It took awhile to figure out where your email came from.
If you read the mathforum thread fully and understand who Malkin is, you'd understand the word ``ideology'' in context means political ideology. Malkin and others often refer to sections of the US Code that prohibit the federal government from mandating curriculum. That's their sole basis for argument that Common Core should be abolished and control of education returned to the states. It's an anti-government, tea party-type argument, but is not based on content.
As our blog states, we don't lay claim to math expertise, or expertise of any kind. You kindly give us too much credit to take issue with our opinions. If you support Common Core, why don't you speak out on it, rather than hiding? You may not care, but the future of K-12 math education is at stake, and if you teach undergraduates, you may want to care.
You can attempt to engage us in private debate, but what's the point? Feel free to comment positively or negatively, but publicly, on our blog, where we attempt to expound on issues in math education. Credentialed mathematicians speaking out for or against Common Core will have a lot more credibility that the ``education pundits'' who dominate the current discourse.