Bill de Blasio’s Pre-K Program is Social Engineering

, Spencer Irvine, Leave a comment

A really good take by Joy Pullmann, writing for The Federalist.

“So New York City social planners have decided they know what’s best for everyone, based on two specific demographics that are suspiciously similar to crucial voting blocs. The new socially acceptable family arrangement is for all parents to work out of the home full-time, and for all tiny children to be summarily dispatched to outside-home care all day, every day. That way, of course, these little children are better subject to central planners, who can regulate daycare and preschool centers down to the very kind of chicken nuggets (whoops, I mean raw vegetable juice) they feed children and the activities they place in front of little eyes and fingers.”