Michelle Malkin Endorses Diane Douglas for Arizona State Superintendent

Michelle Malkin, nationally recognized conservative blogger, commentator, and author, recently endorsed Diane Douglas for Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction.  In the article written by Ms. Malkin, she notes that Diane's challenger, John Huppenthal, savaged Common Core opponents as "barbarians at the gate.”

States Ms. Malkin, "This ad hominem attack is straight from the playbook of other elitist Common Core peddlers (see Arne Duncan’s bigoted sneer at “white suburban moms”, Missouri state rep. Mike Lair’s swipe at “paranoid” parents, and Jeb Bush’s snit fit against critics.)"

Ms. Malkin also notes that Common Core is finally hitting the mainstream, "thanks to vigilant and tireless grass-roots parents, activists, and scholars at the vanguard of the Stop Common Core movement. Now, the battle is moving to the polls. As I reported last week, two Indiana state legislative candidates ousted pro-Common Core incumbents. Jason Hart reports that an Ohio state GOP legislative challenger also defeated a pro-Common Core incumbent."

Ms. Malkin calls Diane Douglas "principled, clear-thinking, and bold."

Click HERE to read "Endorsement: Diane Douglas for Arizona State Superintendent.

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