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Arne Duncan, Secretary of Education argued that pushback to the Common Core was coming from "rich white moms" merely upset because their children were not performing as well as they had thought based on the Core's stringent standards.
In the war against Common Core, there has been no more steadfast an opponent than Michelle Malkin, who promptly sprung into action, educating Duncan on the Mom's Against Common Core group, which apparently is very diverse.
Blaze favorite Brad Thor cited the contents of a HotAir article to explain why his family left Sweden.
Despite Martin Bashir's later apology, Andrew Klavan's comment held.
TheBlaze's Dana Loesch's comment held too.
And last but not least, Former "Douche Hall of Fame" nominee and erstwhile NYT Op-Ed columnist Nicholas Kristof reminded us of the continued "GOP Civil War" meme.