Political News and Information

November 1, 2014

Hillary Clinton’s Health Problems Interview – Conan O’Brien

In a recent interview with Hillary Clinton, Diane Sawyer’s asked a bunch of light, none critical, powder puff questions directed at Hillary Clinton A couple of the subjects that came up are her current condition after the supposed  medical issue that she conveniently suffered during the “Benghazi Scandal” and the statement that Carl Rove made about her medical condition. Here is a part of the interview about Hillary’s current medical condition, SAWYER: So, no lingering effects? CLINTON: No lingering effects- SAWYER: Of any kind? CLINTON: No – nope. SAWYER: So, you would release your medical records if you ran for president? …continue reading

Short Clip Of Dinesh D’Souza During The ObamaCare Socrates Club Debate

I truly and thoroughly enjoy listening to what Dinesh D’Souza has to say. He is unparalleled on the field of debate and is one of the most politically educated people I have had the pleasure of hearing. To say that he is inspiring to my work is an understatement. OK, enough plugging Dinesh and on to the video. During an ObamaCare Socrates Club debate, Dinesh was able to give some insight into the presidents thinking process with some colorful analogies. I found the short clip to be witty and educational. The clip is after the debate, and to the point …continue reading

Public School Admits Jesus, Republicans And The NRA Are Blocked

One of the lessons that Andrew Lampart learned from being on his school’s debate team was to gather facts for both sides of an argument. So last month when his law class was instructed to prepare for a debate on gun control, Andrew went online using the school’s Internet service. “I knew it was important to get facts for both sides of the case,” said the 18-year-old at Nonnewaug High School in Woodbury, Connecticut. When Andrew tried to log onto the “National Rifle Association’s” website, he realized there was a problem – a big problem. “Their website was blocked,” he …continue reading

Dallas, TX – Blacks Deserve Reparations For Slavery

In yet another case where lawmakers were unaware of what they were actually voting for, the Dallas County Commissioners Court proclaimed on Tuesday that blacks deserve reparations for slavery. Most of the commissioners apparently didn’t know that they were backing the resolution because they didn’t read it. Dallas County’s only black commissioner, John Wiley Price, submitted a “Juneteenth Resolution” that states suffering blacks should be “satisfied with monetary and substantial reparations.” Some commissioners ended up admitting that they hadn’t read the resolution before voting for it. Commissioner Mike Cantrell, the body’s only Republican, later changed his vote to an abstention, …continue reading

Common Core And The “National Sexuality Education Standards”

In a previous article “What Exactly Is Common Core?” I went into some detail about what the Common Core Initiative is. In this article I will start to explain the “National Sexuality Education Standards”. Rather than go through the standards line by line, I found it a bit more interesting and informative to talk about how and what is being applied in today’s class room. This is a hard subject to write on as it strikes up debate, more often than not, that revolves around emotion. It is also extremely hard to drudge up information as to what our children …continue reading

What Is Common Core English All About?

In a previous article “What Exactly Is Common Core?” I went into some detail about what the Common Core Initiative is. In this article I will start to explain the English Common Core Standards. Rather than go through the standards line by line, I found it a bit more interesting and informative to talk about how and what is being applied in todays class room. With this being said lets dive right in to what I feel are some of the most devastating standards that are being applied to reading and writing. I will start with a simple question. How much reading …continue reading

What Is Common Core Math All About?

In a previous article “What Exactly Is Common Core?” I went into some detail about what the Common Core Initiative is. In this article I will start to explain the Math Common Core Standards. Rather than go through the standards line by line, I found it a bit more interesting and informative to talk about how and what is being applied in todays class room. Lets get started. The content specialist of the math standard was a Ret. Stanford University Math Professor, James Milgram. As noted in my earlier article, he testified against Common Core and also voted NO on the validation …continue reading

Feds say no end in sight for policy of ‘dumping’ illegal immigrants in Arizona, Gov. Brewer says

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Friday she is “disturbed and outraged” after she was informed by federal officials that not only has the government been shipping illegal immigrants out of Texas and “dumping” them in her state, it has no plans to stop. Federal officials told Brewer Friday that the practice will continue for the foreseeable future, and this weekend more than 1,000 illegal immigrant children will be “dumped” in Arizona. Adults and family units will also arrive, though Brewer was not told how many, her office said.  Reports first surfaced last week that scores of illegal immigrants in Texas …continue reading

What Exactly Is Common Core?

Common Core is an abbreviated term used to refer to the “Common Core Initiative”. It is a set of national (Federal) standards for English and Mathematics written and COPYRIGHTED by two left leaning lobbyist groups, “National Governors Association” (NGA) and the “Council of Chief State School Officers” (CCSSO). It is backed and funded by yet another left leaning organization known as the “Bill and Malinda Gates Foundation”. These standards were adopted sight unseen by 46 states in exchange for “Race To The Top” money and/or waivers from “No Child Left Behind”. It is a set of outcome based federal standards …continue reading

Arizona Ditches Common Core Testing Consortium

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced Friday that her state is pulling out of a multi-state consortium that is designing a national test that applies new Common Core education standards. Arizona was an early governing member of the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, or PARCC, but Brewer’s office announced that effective June 8 the state would be disassociating itself. PARCC is one of two major constortia that is trying to create a common test for states that have adopted Common Core national education standards. With Arizona’s withdrawal, 15 states and the District of Columbia are members, though …continue reading

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