This one I’m really not sure about, because most of it is clearly sensible, and the rest really depends on some things.
1) Absolutely true, and fundies are the ones doing this most often.
2) Good point, unfortunately a number of fundies and racists consider education to be outcome, and not intimately tied with opportunity, which is how they justify taking money from public education to force taxpayers to help subsidize their own private education institutions, which somehow still charge hefty tuitions.
3) It’s not being offended by certain *ideas* that makes them better people, it’s being better people leads them to find certain *ideas* offensive, such as the *idea* that the color of your skin is the cause of you not being as educated as the white rich kid who grew up in the best schools, with private tutors on top of that.
4) Granted, dropping something intended to be objective (scientific method) for something clearly subjective (autoethnography, yes it’s a real word it turns out) is definitely stupid, and weakens a person’s ability to really think about the world around them in any meaningful way, but a use of both would actually be significantly more effective.
5) Which unfortunately a number of extremist rightists keep doing every time someone even slight over the edge to the right so much as thinks of looking to their left. Yes, lefties do it, but I’m not seeing it in nearly the same numbers.
6) To some degree, there often isn’t, and fundie Christians should be highly thankful for this, and wish so much more that everyone would fall in line with the same idea. After all, how many so-called mainstream Christians have defended forced child marriages, because apparently the Bible says so? *cough* Tucker Carlson! *cough*
7) Perfectly in agreement with you, this absolutely would destroy the fabric of any successful civilization, and already has. Strong blasphemy laws have also been part of the downfall of theocracies trying to form in the United States, you may recall.
8) Kind of repeating part of 7, but okay, perfectly sensible.
9) And progressives have been saying this for how long now?
10) This is beyond progressive, even some very staunch conservatives and extreme individualists have made this an issue for a couple of centuries, with movements to create robust public education opportunities pretty much from the founding of the United States. Okay, they meant just for white boys and young men, but they still wanted a decent public education system to be available, because they already knew literacy and numeracy were going to be vital to the success of the newly founded nation, as it would be in any powerful nation at that point. And it is only that much more important now, when even a so called “wage slave” needs to know how to read, write, and do at least basic math.
So really the potential problems I see with these ideas is just exactly what he means in numbers 3 through 7, but then again what he means there could change his meaning behind the rest.