This is a rush transcript from "The Five," January 9, 2013. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
ERIC BOLLING, CO-HOST: Our kids are our most important asset, so when someone messes with them, we get mad, really mad. When educators do stupid things to our kids, it makes us go bananas, like when the Virginia school had their 8-year-old singing "Now I'm part of the 99 percent." And who can forget this crazy one?
KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE, CO-HOST: Oh, my God. It's so bad.
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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Everybody, let's sing it together on the count -- all right. I like that.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: One, two, three.
CHILDREN: Mmm, mmm, mmm. Barack Hussein Obama. He said that all must lend a hand to make this country strong again.
Mmm, mmm, mmm. Barack Hussein Obama. He said we must be clear today, equal work means equal pay.
Mmm, mmm, mmm. Barack Hussein Obama.
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BOB BECKEL, CO-HOST: That's enough.
BOLLING: What's even worse is the subtle way some textbooks are pushing the liberal agenda.
Take for example, Scholastic Books, they call themselves the world's leading publisher of children's books. So it's likely that your kid is learning from one of their textbooks.
Check out the wording of this algebra lesson. Can you get this? Which camera? Number six?
"Distribute the Wealth." Distribute the property of addition and multiplication. This is for grades three through six. Distribute the wealth with a lovely rich girl with a big old bag of money handing some money out.
Seriously, folks, I do it every year at parent-teacher night. You have to read your kid's textbooks. Find out what's being taught. If you see a bias, make sure to explain it to your kids and by all means, tell your teachers you're on it.
GUILFOYLE: This isn't that easy.
BECKEL: Exactly right.
BOLLING: Did you read, do you read Ronan's textbooks?
GUILFOYLE: Yes. But he doesn't have any textbooks. He is in kindergarten.
And so, he has little work sheets and cute stuff. Every night he gets homework. Every night I do it with him and go through the little sheets.
So far, so good. We're on high alert, especially after this. Inappropriateness.
Barack Hussein Obama. Mmm, mmm, mmm.
BECKEL: You know, I read my kids for the three first years and then after that, I didn't understand it. It couldn't pass it, so it didn't matter. You know, this --
GUILFOYLE: You can't pass it?
BECKEL: No, I couldn't do this anyway. Third to sixth grade. Are you kidding me? Try to do this!
DANA PERINO, CO-HOST: Actually, you're good at numbers.
BECKEL: But, you know, one thing I will say about this. I -- you know, we've got five examples here of teachers doing things you don't like. But there are three plus million public school teachers in America. I don't want to leave the impression they're all doing this.
BOLLING: I didn't mean to make that impression. I simply said there are examples where teachers go out in the limb and say, hey, let's sing this sing this Barack Hussein Obama song or when they go ahead and they say, let's write --
PERINO: Or the textbooks.
BOLLING: But the textbooks. The textbooks --
PERINO: So, they bought this. I mean, why would a third grader think that distribute the wealth was an interesting -- the subhead is understand the distributive property. And for third graders that doesn't --
BECKEL: I actually don't understand what it is.
PERINO: But I asked a friend about this today because she has three kids, 13, 11, 7. She sent me something that was interesting good example but I didn't tell you about before, Bob. It's really funny.
So, this is in Washington, D.C. They said that they can't celebrate Thanksgiving anymore in the school. They're not saying don't celebrate Thanksgiving but they want people to be more sensitive.
So, as part of that effort, this is, quote, "We do not permit students to role play cowboys and Indians because the historic enemy of Indians was not cowboys but the U.S. government. But some of the first cowboys were actually Indians. There's the whole letter to parents here." And then it has a very helpful suggestion that for Thanksgiving, you could consider giving a multicultural book about Native Americans for other groups.
GUILFOYLE: But this is a political indoctrination. If I thought this, I would put a big "x" through it and say, no, you don't and send it back to the teacher. I don't like --