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Friday, January 23, 2015



By Charlotte Iserbyt
January 23, 2015

Communism is alive and well in education restructuring in America. The Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), due for Congressional Hearings in March 2015, is the last nail in America's coffin. This bill, the ESEA Re-authorization, will affect YOU – Every American taxpayer! Every American who owns private property!

The ESEA is proof positive that COMMUNISM IS NOT DEAD! As Mark Twain once said, "The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated." Similarly, any time you hear reports that Communism is dead, don't believe them!

Read Anita Hoge's analysis of the Re-authorization of the ESEA, known as Every Child Ready for College or Career Act of 2015 sponsored by Sen. Lamar Alexander. This bill amends No Child Left Behind which is the Re-authorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 referred to as ESEA.

Read  the rest of this outstanding report...

     Charlotte Iserbyt is the consummate whistleblower! Iserbyt served as Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education, during the first Reagan Administration, where she first blew the whistle on a major technology initiative which would control curriculum in America's classrooms. Iserbyt is a former school board director in Camden, Maine and was co-founder and research analyst of Guardians of Education for Maine (GEM) from 1978 to 2000. She has also served in the American Red Cross on Guam and Japan during the Korean War, and in the United States Foreign Service in Belgium and in the Republic of South Africa.

Iserbyt is a speaker and writer, best known for her 1985 booklet Back to Basics Reform or OBE: Skinnerian International Curriculum and her 1989 pamphlet Soviets in the Classroom: America's Latest Education Fad which  covered the details of the U.S.-Soviet and Carnegie-Soviet Education Agreements which remain in effect to this day. She is a freelance writer and has had articles published in Human Events, The Washington Times, The Bangor Daily News, and included in the record of Congressional hearings.

Website: www.deliberatedumbingdown.com  
Website: www.americandeception.com

E-Mail: dumbdown00@yahoo.com

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Eagle Forum: Legislatures Should Curb Judicial Supremacy Over Marriage

Legislatures Should Curb Judicial Supremacy Over Marriage

by Phyllis Schlafly

January 21, 2015


It’s Roe v. Wade all over again, as the Supreme Court is poised to invent a new right to same-sex marriage found nowhere in the four corners of the Constitution. Fortunately, the Founders gave us checks and balances against this overreaching in power.

The Framers understood the tendency of a branch of government to expand, and they empowered both Congress and the States with the legislative tools necessary to avert the encroachment. A branch of government will transgress its boundaries until the other branches exercise their authority to restrain the breach.

Read the article at EagleForum.org...

Saturday, January 17, 2015

SSN: Blaise Ingoglia Unseats Leslie Dougher as RPOF Chair

Blaise Ingoglia Unseats Leslie Dougher as RPOF Chair

By: ALLISON NIELSEN | Posted: January 17, 2015  

Republican Party of Florida Vice Chair Blaise Ingoglia unseated Gov. Rick Scott's hand-picked chairwoman, Leslie Dougher, Saturday morning at the party's annual meeting in Orlando. 

Read the story at Sunshine State News...

H.J.Res. 15: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States granting Congress the authority to enact laws limiting the number of terms that Representatives and Senators may serve.

H.J.Res. 15: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States granting Congress the authority to enact laws limiting the number of terms that Representatives and Senators may serve.

Introduced:Jan 12, 2015Status:Referred to Committee on Jan 12, 2015Prognosis:0% chance of being enacted or passed

Ed: Another example of why the federal government can not be trusted to reform itself.




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The Daily Signal: The New Sneaky Tactic Gun Control Advocates Are Embracing

The New Sneaky Tactic Gun Control Advocates Are Embracing

Genevieve Wood /  / 

Gun control advocates are changing strategy.

If you can’t get legislation infringing upon the Second Amendment with President Obama sitting in the White House and Harry Reid, D-Nev., running the Senate, the chances of getting much done under the new Republican-controlled Congress are next to nil.


Add to that the fact that the majority of pro-gun control candidates who ran in the 2014 mid-term elections, including Rep. Ron Barber, D-Ariz., who was one wounded in the 2011 incident involving the shooting of then Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, lost.


So, taking a page from the same-sex marriage movement, gun control advocates are now embracing this strategy: What you can’t get done at the federal level, try to get done state by state.

Read the story...


Portrait of Genevieve Wood

Genevieve Wood advances policy priorities of The Heritage Foundation as senior contributor to The Daily Signal. Send an email to Genevieve.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

**UPDATE–Florida GOP Could Elect Chairman “Reminiscent” Of Jim Greer?

**UPDATE–Florida GOP Could Elect Chairman “Reminiscent” Of Jim Greer?

Posted by:  on January 14, 2015 

**UPDATE–The parties named in this story seem to be a bit upset over its publishing, and have reverted to defending themselves by dodging, ducking, and denying the glaring facts about their business dealings. I have decided to post screencaptures and post or link the actual documents I used to substantiate the story. Read below.

Here is Kelly’s Acclaim.com listing. Click on  Sunbiz.org Then type in Kelly Kurt, to learn more about the company.

Here is Kurt Kelly’s lobbyist listing for his Florida Coalition for Children. Floridalobbyist.com

Aside from pitting Republican against Republican in that school board race, Victory 360 was able to scoop up campaign work from at least 5 of the candidates running in that race to the tune of $46,959.45.(Click here to visit the Marion County Supervisor of Elections. Type in Victory 360)


Read more at http://shark-tank.com/2015/01/14/florida-gop-could-elect-chairman-reminiscent-of-jim-greer/


SharkTank: Florida GOP Could Elect Chairman “Reminiscent” Of Jim Greer?

Florida GOP Could Elect Chairman “Reminiscent” Of Jim Greer?

Posted by:  on January 14, 2015

The Republican Party of Florida is poised to elect a new chairman at its annual meeting in Orlando, Florida on Saturday, January 17.

Depending on who you ask, each candidate in the race will tell you that he or she has enough support to garner the necessary votes to win the chairman’s election.

Let’s just say that there has been a fair amount of brown-nosing being done by the “Fab Four,” who are all out pressing the flesh, and burning up the phone lines in hopes to turn out enough committeemen and women to support their respective candidacies

Thus far, the race between the four candidates, who look to lead the state GOP for the next two years-Chairwoman Leslie Dougher, Eric Miller, Kurt Kelly, and Vice Chairman Blaise Ingoglia- has been quiet and uneventful, that is until now.

Read more at Shark-Tank.com...

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

"The Patriot is a Scarce Man"

"The Patriot is a Scarce Man"

By: Joe Koss | January 6th, 2015 

As he approached the podium during the first moments of the 114th Congress of the United States of America, Congressman Jim Bridentstine (R-OK) did so with more eyes on him than he has probably ever had while on the floor of the House.

Many were watching because four days ago he did something people in his position rarely do – he chose to act out of conviction and principle, rather than self-preservation or professional prosperity.

In November, as Bridenstine noted in his release a few days ago, “Republicans won the largest Majority in the House of Representatives in 100 years,” and yet little more than a month later, GOP leadership – specifically House Speaker John Boehner – teamed up with President Obama to advance and pass the CROmnibus spending budget. In the eyes of Bridenstine, and in that of thousands of Americans who flooded Congress’ phones this week, that was a step too far.

- See more at: https://www.conservativereview.com/commentary/2015/01/the-patriot-is-a-scarce-man#sthash.yFVtDuEE.dpuf


Deace: The Day the Music Died

Deace: The Day the Music Died

By: Steve Deace

January 7th, 2015  

This is the worst column I've ever had to write, because it's about Jody Hice.

A man I thought I knew. A man I had high hopes for. A man of God. An actual Southern Baptist pastor who graduated from the same seminary as my wife--Luther Rice Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia.

See, he's only been a congressman for about 15 minutes, but it appears we've already lost him to the system. And on his first official vote, no less. That sure didn't take long. Maybe that's a record or something. Sadly, he's going to share it with several others.

Hice was one of several freshmen Republicans who despite pledging not to do so, voted to re-elect John Boehner, perhaps the best Speaker of the House the Democrats have ever had. The same John Boehner who has gone out of his way to punish conservatives and push through the Obama agenda, even to the point of repeatedly passing legislation through his chamber a majority of the majority Republicans oppose. The same John Boehner a super majority of Republicans nationwide just said in a recent poll they opposed as Speaker.

- See more at: https://www.conservativereview.com/commentary/2015/01/deace-the-day-the-music-died#sthash.3JMr9UV2.dpuf


(Steve Deace is a nationally-syndicated talk show host and the author of “Rules for Patriots: How Conservatives Can Win Again.” You can like him on Facebook or follow him on Twitter @SteveDeaceShow.) 

Monday, January 5, 2015

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: Building a Real Reform Mandate

Building a Real Reform Mandate


The last four years in Washington have been defined by intense friction between the Tea Party grassroots and the so-called Republican establishment. From the fiscal cliff to the debate over defunding Obamacare to high-tension votes on the farm bill and transportation reauthorization, Republican leaders in Congress and the Tea Party have rarely seemed to be on the same page and have often fought openly in full view of the public.

To many reform-minded observers eager to help the Republican Party build a mandate for a conservative governing agenda, this discord appears pointless and counterproductive, undermining Republican efforts to project the steadiness needed to govern while accomplishing little to improve the likelihood of future conservative policy victories. The hostility inherent in such debates is exacerbated by a sense held by many of the well-intentioned participants that the motives of the Tea Party have been mysterious at best and nihilistic at worst. They worry that the Tea Party has no strategic or tactical vision. They see the Tea Party as an obstacle to reform rather than a partner.

From the perspective of the conservative grassroots and affiliated organizations, however, the friction of the last several years has been anything but pointless. It is a result of deep and irreconcilable disagreements between activist reformers and the Washington establishment over both the means conservatives should employ and the ends they should pursue. At its core, it is a dispute over how much the center-right should aim to disrupt the political status quo. Those eager to shake up the stale agenda of the Republican Party do their cause no service by standing on the sidelines or opposing the Tea Party's efforts; in this fight, reformers of all stripes must hope the Tea Party wins.

As the country turns its attention to the 2016 campaign, the 114th Congress cannot afford to squander the opportunity to present the country with a governing vision of its own. If the party hopes to win a mandate in 2017, it must begin the new Congress with bold congressional action. Given its influence in Congress, the Tea Party is sure to shape the nature of such action. The cause of reform therefore would be well served by a candid conversation regarding what it is that the Tea Party is aiming to accomplish — and how.

Read the rather lengthy essay on NationalAffairs.com...


Sunday, January 4, 2015




by MATTHEW BOYLE2 Jan 2015

Republican voters nationwide overwhelmingly want their House representative to elect somebody other than Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) as Speaker of the House, a new poll from Pat Caddell’s organization Caddell Associates shows.

A whopping 60 percent of voters who voted for Republicans in the last election either definitely or probably want their member of Congress to elect someone other than Boehner on Jan. 6, when Congress convenes, according to the poll. The voters were asked: “As you may know the new Congress will select its leaders in January. If it were up to you, would you elect John Boehner to continue as Speaker of the House or would you elect someone new?”

In response to that question, 34 percent of the GOP voters surveyed said they definitely want someone other than Boehner and 26 percent said they probably want someone other than Boehner. Only 11 percent said they definitely want to keep Boehner and an additional 15 percent said they probably want Boehner to stay. So the poll says some 60 percent of GOP voters want Boehner gone, while just 25 percent want him to stay. Fifteen percent in the poll either don’t know, or are undecided on Boehner’s future.

In addition to that condemnation of Boehner, 64 percent of the GOP voters surveyed either strongly or somewhat agree that Boehner, as Speaker of the House, has been “ineffective in opposing President Obama’s agenda.” Only 24 percent either somewhat or strongly disagree. Twelve percent didn’t know.

When asked if they “trust” Boehner to “fight for the issues that are important to most Republicans,” barely more than half of the GOP voters surveyed said they did. Fifty-two percent said they either strongly or somewhat agree that Boehner will fight for Republican issues while 37 percent either disagree Boehner will fight for Republican issues or strongly disagree. Ten percent didn’t know.

When asked if Boehner “has the best interests of the American public at heart, rather than special interests,” less than half of the GOP voters answered in the affirmative. Forty-four percent said they either somewhat or strongly agree Boehner will stand up against special interests for the American public, while 43 percent believe Boehner won’t help Americans over the general public.

Read the rest at Breitbart.com...  

Monday, December 29, 2014

A Gentle Reminder for the New Year

As we close 2014 it may be prudent to remind our readers and subscribers of certain principles that guide our work. We recommend that everyone review the words of Russell Kirk on Conservatism. To entice you to complete this task, we offer the following excerpt:

It has been said by liberal intellectuals that the conservative believes all social questions, at heart, to be questions of private morality. Properly understood, this statement is quite true. A society in which men and women are governed by belief in an enduring moral order, by a strong sense of right and wrong, by personal convictions about justice and honor, will be a good society—whatever political machinery it may utilize; while a society in which men and women are morally adrift, ignorant of norms, and intent chiefly upon gratification of appetites, will be a bad society—no matter how many people vote and no matter how liberal its formal constitution may be.

You may link to the article HERE...

Enjoy your New Year's celebration.

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