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Chris Christie before you vote part 2

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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

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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.

Cortez, conquerors, and missionaries

Hernando Cortez
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Chapter four begins with the acknowledgment of the complete failure of Columbus’ mission throughout South and Central America. Lawlessness of every kind blossomed in the New World. It presents a good argument for the need of a central government, a need that our Founders understood when they wrote our Constitution. The ungoverned inhumanity of an anarchic culture is evident. C. S. Lewis once said you cannot write laws fast enough to govern a people that will not govern themselves. A moral people who have the laws of God written on their heart can self govern. Such were the prevailing conditions that greeted men like Hernando Cortez and Francisco Pizarro.

Boards of Education: an open letter

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Below is a letter to all Boards of Education nationwide. I encourage all our readers to print it out and hand deliver it to your local Boards at their next meeting. Please be sure to find out how many members there are on your Board and bring a copy for each member.

Education, Christ, and infiltration

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Liberal activists seem to have only one objective: remove Christ and infiltrate public education.

The only foundation for a useful education in a republic is to be laid in religion. Without this there can be no virtue, and without virtue there can be no liberty, and liberty is the object and life of all republican governments. – Benjamin Rush

Common Core unconstitutional and illegal

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The decline of the once exemplary American educational system was the issue that converted me from a political neophyte into a political activist. The educational programs in vogue from the 1990s to 2013 have run the gamut from Goals 2000, School-to-Work, Outcome-based Education, Race to the Top and No Child Left Behind. The new kid on the block is commonly referred to as Common Core, which isn’t really new at all, just a re-invention and re-labeling of the government’s other failed attempts to take-over education. The full name of Common Core is Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Oddly enough, the only way CCSS addresses state standards is in its agenda to usurp them.

ADHD fictitious disease, says inventor

Father of ADHD acknowledged at his death he had lied to the world about it.
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ADHD is a prime example of a fictitious disease.

These were the words of Leon Eisenberg, the “scientific father of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder),” in his last interview before his death.

Common core education: government poison

Common core has a lot of dity money behind it and distorts rather than teaches.
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The New Jersey primary has another defining issue, as if it needed more. Its name is “common core education.” And it separates the wheat from the chaff among candidates.