Category Archives: Education

Criminals don’t ask for permission

The classroom and the government
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Over the past 14 years, in the course of doing more than 350 public high-school presentations across the country in 24 states, my ministry team and I have (without fail) fought on the behalf of a generation that is being subjected to everything and protected from nothing.

Beware of Commies bearing gifts

The classroom and the government
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There is an old saying that the enemy of my enemy is my friend. While that may be true in some situations, it’s not true in all situations. The fight against Common Core State Standards (CCSS) is a perfect example of why we shouldn’t be so quick to embrace everyone fighting against CCSS as an ally.

Classroom philosophies and government

The classroom and the government
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On February 12th, we celebrate Lincoln’s birthday. In the midst of an administration marred with sorrow and controversy, Lincoln managed to drop pearls of wisdom – such as “the philosophy of the classroom in one generation becomes the philosophy of government in the next.”  He understood the impact of what is being taught in the classroom upon our culture. Today, the truth of this pearl has manifested itself in a government that was preceded by the free-love feel-good hippie culture, Communist lies, and the teachings of Evolution.

Muslim in Chief

A typical Muslim national flag: green with a white crescent and star.
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The Lord shall bring thee, and thy king which thou shalt set over thee, unto a nation which neither thou nor thy fathers have known; and there shalt thou serve other gods. …

– Deuteronomy 28:36

If you thought the U.N. International Baccalaureate and federal No Child Left Behind educational schemes were bad enough, you might want to look a little deeper. In light of the 9/11 attacks, you would think the current administration would use a little prudence if it were sincerely concerned about a radical Muslim threat. When Obama took his oath of office, he instead defied America in numerous ways. He has given $1.5 billion to Muslim-led Egypt in foreign aid, shortly after the Muslim Brotherhood declared war on the United States. This is the same man that said America is “no longer a Christian nation,” followed by a reference that America may be described as a Muslim nation.

Common Core: Gates Unhinged

The classroom and the government
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The Northeast Ohio Media Group featured in its Sun Press/Sun Messenger local paper, a double opinion piece on Common Core Standards on November 14.  Absent from the favorable assessment were the particulars that expose the damaging aspects, namely that states will be required to surrender their diverse curricula for one set of educational principles, to undermine individuality and stifle students’ creativity and choices of study, limiting quality and parental choices.  It is also unconstitutional.

Operation Restoring Freedom Part One

The Geneva Bible. Are we in a silent war against what this book represents?
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The Internet is thriving with Conservative commentary that fills the gap vacated by the media. The media exchanged its role as America’s watchdog for hollow ideology. Thanks to blogs such as this, vital information that threatens freedom in the land of the free has been brought before the public.

Chris Christie before you vote part 2

The classroom and the government
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I’ve been asked, why I’m attacking Chris Christie and giving Barbara Buono a pass? That’s simple. Barbara Buono is a total disaster and not worth the ink. Chris Christie and Barbara Buono are birds of a feather. Neither deserves to represent “We the People” of New Jersey. That being said:

Common Core: open letter

The classroom and the government
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To Governor John Kasich of Ohio: I wish to bring to your attention some crucial matters concerning the Common Core Standards.  To judge fairly, I scrutinized four Common Core textbooks, three on Human Geography and one on History, and found them pro-Islamic and terribly biased against America, Judaism and Christianity.  You must know by now that Islamists are not here to assimilate, but to conquer, and this intrusion into our educational system is just one more form of civilizational jihad.  If we are not vigilant, our laws will not prevail, and we will start resembling Europe or, worse, one of the 21 Islamic countries (49 Islam-majority countries.) 

Rotten to the core (common core)

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Businessman George Ball said this of the Common Core standards:

In July, the state of New York announced the results of its first tests based on the Common Core: The region hasn’t been this battered since Superstorm Sandy. Just 26 percent of students in third through eighth grade passed the English exam, and only 30 percent passed the math test. In one Harlem school, just seven percent of students received passing scores in English, and 10 percent in math. We’ve gone from No Child Left Behind to Well-Just-About-Every-Child-Left-Behind …progress of a kind. If ‘learned helplessness’ is the Common Core’s goal, it’s a stunning success.

Government: a scary lesson

Thomas Jefferson promoted liberty, not license
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In Skokie, Illinois, students in the fourth grade are hearing a new take on government. The Blaze reported last Friday that, in the view of the East Prairie School, government is like a family. The analogy is false, as is easy to show. Furthermore, this goes to show why governments should not run the nation’s schools. A free people cannot trust a government to run a school. Not when it teaches lessons like this.