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Insanity! $22 Trillion Spent on the War on Poverty

Insanity! $22 Trillion Spent on the War on Poverty

  “We shall not rest until that war is won…” That of course would mean that Lyndon Johnson whose war on poverty is a colossal disaster must be doing back flips in his grave “from the courthouse to the White House.” Fox News Insider Greg Gutfeld pointed out on “The Five” today that the U.S. […]

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Media Silence on NYC’s Annual Muslim Day Parade

Media Silence on NYC’s Annual Muslim Day Parade

  As not reported by the mainstream media, the 29th Annual Muslim Day Parade took place in New York City this past Sunday. This year, there were no black flags of Al Qaeda in sight. However, the absence of black flags did little to tamp down the message that with terrorism being the order of […]

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International what?

International what?

By Sarge Community: noun; a group of associated nations sharing common interests or a common heritage. United Nations: noun: an international organization with headquarters in New York City, formed to promote international peace, security and cooperation under the terms of the charter signed by 51 founding countries in San Francisco in 1945 John Kerry, ace […]

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Straw Man: Obama ISIS Strategy About Removing Assad

Straw Man: Obama ISIS Strategy About Removing Assad

  As I attempted to finalize this post, which I began 72 hours ago, I ran across the following article in The Times of Israel entitled, “Obama said willing to overthrow Assad if Syria attacks US planes.” Barack Obama has said he would authorize military forces to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad if regime troops […]

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Per Former State Dept Diplomat, Clinton Aides Scrubbed Benghazi Docs

Per Former State Dept Diplomat, Clinton Aides Scrubbed Benghazi Docs

  Published on Sep 15, 2014 Benghazi Gate – Rpt: Frm State Dept Diplomat Says Clinton Aides Separated Damaging Benghazi Documents – America’s Newsroom Hillary Clinton Associates Were Scrubbing Documents In Basement Of State Dept Before Handed Over To Congress & accountability review board Benghazi   Benghazi Bombshell: Clinton State Department Official Reveals Details of […]

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Maggie, Maggie’s Notebook has News About Her Son and Some Cancer Advice

Maggie, Maggie’s Notebook has News About Her Son and Some Cancer Advice

.   It’s been three long months since Maggie has posted on her website, her last post was titled To Readers, Friends and Bloggers, It started off like this: This is the post none of us ever want to have to write. Our son, in his mid-30s, has been diagnosed with two cancers, advanced and […]

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College Kid Mocks Patriotism and Respect For 911 in Opinion Piece

College Kid Mocks Patriotism and Respect For 911 in Opinion Piece

LARAMIE, Wyo. – America “overdoses” on patriotism on September 11, according to an editorial authored by a University of Wyoming student. Published on the 13-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a student at the University of Wyoming penned an editorial decrying the sense of “pride” Americans showcase on September 11. The student blames suburban families and public schools as being the worst culprits when it comes to patriotism. “Pride is by far the [...]

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Child’s IEP Services Threatened Due to Parental Opt-Out Request. Has This Happened to You?

Child’s IEP Services Threatened Due to Parental Opt-Out Request. Has This Happened to You?

    A parent sent this into Facebook about testing issues regarding a parent’s autistic child: NEED SOME HELP FOR AUTISTIC CHILD -OPTING OUT OF TEST. The school is threatening this family- saying they will remove the child’s IEP if he opts out of tests. (I know this has to be illegal -obviously breaks IDEA- […]

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#Commoncore Video Supports ‘The Bad Boyfriend’ Theory

#Commoncore Video Supports ‘The Bad Boyfriend’ Theory

  Peter Greene writes about Common Core in edweek.org and its ‘bad boyfriend’ problem.  From The Common Core’s ‘Image Problem’ and Your Bad Boyfriend: The common core has an “image” problem in the same way that bad boyfriends have “image” problems. The image’s problem is that it can’t stand up to reality. He compares those […]

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Obama; Outflanked By ISIS Almost Before He Finished Talking

Obama; Outflanked By ISIS Almost Before  He Finished Talking

If you pay a visit to Liberty UnYielding you’ll find an article by retired Naval Intelligence Officer JE Dyer titled ISIS promptly outflanks Obama’s new strategy, neutralizes Syrian opposition..  It’s a great read, extremely informative and it should scare the crap out of you.  . . I’ve been following the situation in Syria and Iraq […]

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The First Step in Student Data Tracking. Your District’s Student Information System.

The First Step in Student Data Tracking. Your District’s Student Information System.

 .   We will be writing more in the next few weeks about the data gathering and tracking of children at school, how it is gathered and where it goes for ‘research’.   The first gathering point of student data comes from your school’s Student Information System (SIS).  My school district uses Infinite Campus for […]

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Pro Common Core Forces Target Grandparents and Vets in Attack Video

Pro Common Core Forces Target Grandparents and Vets in Attack Video

Grumpy Note: This was originally published by Gretchen over at the Missouri Education Watchdog with the title “#Common Core Proponents Roll Out New Video: Make the Grandfather Look Stupid. That’s the Ticket.” After watching the video I decided to use a different title here on Grumpy. The video depicts American Grandfathers, who are concerned about […]

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9-11 Lest We Forget or Forgive

9-11 Lest We Forget or Forgive

. It’s been 13 years since that Tuesday morning that changed America,  Children just starting first grade that year are now in college.  Kids that were in diapers, and just learning to walk that day are now learning how to drive.  Most of those youngsters were too young to understand what was going on when […]

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FNC Kelly File Exclusive: Megyn Kelly Takes on Ward Churchill Nights 1 and 2 (videos)

FNC Kelly File Exclusive: Megyn Kelly Takes on Ward Churchill Nights 1 and 2 (videos)

  In a Kelly File Exclusive, Megyn Kelly interviewed Ward Churchill, the radical former ethnic studies professor University of Colorado who wrote an essay in September 2001 entitled “Some People Push Back: On the Justice of Roosting Chickens.” Churchill, in his essay, refers to those who perished in the September 11, 2001 Islamic terrorist attacks […]

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