Opt-Out of Common Core, Opt-In to The Ron Paul CurriculumTownhall.com ^ | June 24, 2014 | Ron PaulPosted on 6/24/2014, 7:45:09 AM by KaslinOklahoma recently took action to protect the state’s children from the federal education bureaucracy by withdrawing from Common Core. Common Core is the latest attempt to bribe states, with money taken from the American people, into adopting a curriculum developed by federal bureaucrats and education “experts.”In exchange for federal funds, states must change their curriculum by, for example, replacing traditional mathematics with “reform math.”
We Must Immediately Kill That Which Is Harming Our Children | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show…… “To paraphrase George Carlin, the globalists just want us smart enough to do our job, but too dumb to become aware of how Americans are being exploited.”
We Must Immediately Kill That Which Is Harming Our Children
We Must Immediately Kill That Which Is Harming Our Children 22 Jun, 2014 by Dave Hodges Print this article Font size -16+Dave HodgesThe Common Sense ShowJune 22, 2014 For our children, Common Core, is rotten to the core.For our children, Common Core, is rotten to the core.
The title implies that I am advocating for unbridled violence against some perceived threat against our children. The reader may rest easy, I am only advocating violence against an idea, a concept, but the manifestation of something that is universally dangerous to our children. That something, goes by the name of Common Core. America needs to have a collective bonfire in which we engage in the only book burning exercise that I would approve of, the destruction of all the manifestations of Common Core and return to the educating of our children to state and local school boards.
The End of Freedom, Privacy and Safety In America | (“Why does the government care about personal sarcasm in social media? The short answer is that they don’t. It does not take a rocket scientist to conclude that this technology has a broad spectrum capability and the appropriately named Secret Service has the capacity to detect much more than personal sarcasm. This looks like a beta test for monitoring…”)Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show
The End of Freedom,
Privacy and Safety In AmericaJune 4, 2014 – Conspiracy, Featured, Main – Tagged: dave hodges, ferpa, gun confiscation, gun registration, NSA, obama claims right to murder U.S. citizens, privacy, the common sense show – 1 comment Dave HodgesJune 4, 2014
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From the moment you leave your home in the morning till the time you return home at night, you are under constant surveillance. And once you return home, your computer, television and smart meter is gathering information on you. Have most of you even considered how far this is going to go? Have you contemplated the future implications of the total loss of freedom, privacy and safety in America?
No, this is not your typical “The NSA is spying on me from space and reading my every email”. We already know that is happening, however, most of choose to ignore these unwarranted and illegal intrusions into our daily lives by telling ourselves that it is OK because “I have nothing to hide”.What most of us remain in denial about is the fact that by living under the Police State Surveillance Grid, we are allowing unelected bureaucrats working for the elite, to gain the ability to reach into every area of our lives.
And with regard to the lives of our children, they have grown up in a time in history when they think this is normal and legal.In this article, I have selected few small examples of topical news items which became public on the same day which are representative of how far the average American has slipped into the abyss of total enslavement.
Your Child At SchoolThe unconstitutional U.S. Department of Education has called safeguarding children’s privacy a priority, according to Secretary Anne Duncan as noted in a recent video chat. To put it bluntly, Secretary Duncan is not telling the truth. In my experiences as an educator, I came to respect and fear the law we all refer to as Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA
which tells educators and administrators that any unwarranted disclosure of student information is a federal offense and one can lose their job for any violations. What most educators do not know is the fact that FERPA gives school districts the right to share student information with private companies “to further educational goals”.
Chicago Tribune ^ | Annemarie Mannion
Posted on 5/14/2014, 9:27:35 AM by ConservativeStatement
A Hinsdale Central High School student is challenging a suspension he said he received for wearing to school a T-shirt that depicts an AK-47.
Senior Chris Borg, 18, of Hinsdale, appeared before the Hinsdale Township High School District 86 school board Monday to make the request that the suspension he received on May 6 be removed from his record.
Borg told the board that he wore a T-shirt with the outline of an AK-47 depicted on the back, a url for the website of a Kentucky armory club that supports gun rights and the words “TeamAK” on it. He said the shirt did not identify the gun as an AK-47 in writing.
(Excerpt) Read more at chicagotribune.com …
‘Man Up,’ ‘Don’t Be A Pussy’ Labeled Offensive Language at Duke University
The College Fix ^ | 28APR2014 | Claire E Healey
Posted on Monday, April 28, 2014 11:04:24 AM by Jack Hydrazine
A new word-discouragement campaign at Duke University has labeled phrases such as “Man Up,” “That’s So Gay,” and “Don’t Be a Pussy” offensive language that “delegitimizes” homosexuality and oppresses and insults people.
Rand Paul on Education: “I Don’t Think You’d Notice If The Whole Department Was Gone Tomorrow”
realclearpolitics.com ^ | April 23, 2014
Posted on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 2:28:17 PM by BarnacleCenturion
RAND PAUL: Education historically was a state and local subject and I think that what we’ve seen is since we’ve spent about a hundred billion dollars in the Department of Education each year and that’s been going on since 1980. I’m not so sure we’re better off than we were before. You see, the one thing —