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Common Core Opt Out Responses Run the Gambit From Phyllis Schlafly To Dolores Umbridge

Common Core Opt Out Responses Run the Gambit From Phyllis Schlafly To Dolores Umbridge

In a tweet yesterday the Missouri Association of  Elementary School Principals says DESE will hold firm on the Opt Out policy. . . We can only assume this part of the tweet means that they will expect 95% participation in the SBAC test next month. The second part of the tweet says there are only […]

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Your own lying eyes

Your own lying eyes

By Sarge Every morning I awaken to the challenge of finding a topic to address. (Some say bloviate about but I reject the criticism as long as Harry Reid is alive and Nancy Pelosi draws breath.) Today I found it in the disclosure Obama has again told the world of understandably restricted, if not Top […]

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Is the Invasive “Claim It” Personal Student Survey Questioning:

Is the Invasive “Claim It” Personal Student Survey Questioning:

Activity Aligned to Common Core Standards or Not? . . The Fulton Sun has an informative article on personal and invasive questioning students were subjected to by physical education teachers at Fulton Middle School recently.  From Fulton Public Schools investigates class activity that made middle school students uncomfortable: *** Fulton Public Schools (FPS) is launching […]

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YOU decide…

YOU decide…

By Sarge I no longer fly. In light of events occurring at this time I feel vindicated in my belief the personnel associated with maintenance and the actual operation during flight can cause any plane to fall from the sky. I’ll explain. Years ago, (pre-9/11) I flew to and from Rhode Island for the purposes […]

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Glenn Beck Exposes Grover Norquist 03252015 (video) (UPDATE 3/26 a.m.)

Glenn Beck Exposes Grover Norquist  03252015 (video) (UPDATE 3/26 a.m.)

UPDATE 3/26 a.m. At this moment on GlennBeck Radio, Glenn is recapping the past few days of communications and direction back and forth between Beck’s camp and the Norquist camp and Norquist agreeing then disagreeing and now re-agreeing to appear today on Beck’s 5:00 televised program on the TheBlazeTV TODAY. Beck has agreed to air […]

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Elementary and Secondary Education Act Trying To Be The Tail Wagging The Dog

Elementary and Secondary Education Act Trying To Be The Tail Wagging The Dog

The re-authorization of ESEA in DC has not gone away, it has merely moved to the staff offices for a while, while the elected ones try to figure out what will fly politically in today’s climate. In their mind, they are stuck between what their electorate wants (very little if any federal involvement in education) […]

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Update: ‘Stakeholders’ will Supply Free Diapers, Formula if Public School Parents Agree to Track Personal Conversations with their Babies

Update: ‘Stakeholders’ will Supply Free Diapers, Formula if Public School Parents Agree to Track Personal Conversations with their Babies

 . Russell Winn follows up on his article about the Huntsville School District signing a contract for a program to track conversations between parents and children in their homes.  He provides (via youtube) a previous Board meeting with LENA presentation and a recording of the conversation between the Board and representatives from Lena Research Foundation […]

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…and the list goes on…

…and the list goes on…

      During the past six years, the Golfer-in-chief has said and done some witless things. We all know what fatuously, inane “pearls” issue from the pie hole of moronic Joe Biden. The latest from O-bomb has Uncle Joe beat. O now wants voting to be mandatory for all those eighteen years and above. […]

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Word of the Day: “de facto”. As in Common Core “de facto” Curriculum.

Word of the Day: “de facto”. As in Common Core “de facto” Curriculum.

. This article from The Federalist in March 2012, The Road to a National Curriculum: The Legal Aspects of the Common Core Standards, Race to the Top, and Conditional Waivers should be required reading for legislators, parents, and educators questioning or celebrating the creation, adoption and implementation of the standards.  It begins with the history […]

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Ted Cruz Announces 2016 White House Bid (video)

Ted Cruz Announces 2016 White House Bid (video)

Senator Ted Cruz made it official this morning when he announced his candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination at Liberty University the world’s largest Christian university in Lynchburg, Virginia. See video below.     Twitter Hashtag, #TedCruz has been trending since the Senator from Texas announced his 2016 presidential run at midnight on Twitter […]

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What else needs be said?

What else needs be said?

What else needs be said? By Sarge “Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans–born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage–and unwilling to witness […]

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Capitol Hill’s Camp CravenCrook

Capitol Hill’s Camp CravenCrook

 . Last week I received an e-mail from my local Republican Congressman Robert Pittenger. In it, he warns to “Be prepared, Not Scared” and to make common sense preparations for a possible attack on our Homeland. Pittenger then provides a link for his new “Terrorism Preparedness Manual,” that he as Chairman of the Congressional Task […]

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The NRA’s “Muslim problem”

The NRA’s “Muslim problem”

By LadyImpactOhio The NRA first came under fire in 2010 when they were accused of supporting an exemption of the Disclose Act which would exclude the organization from “disclosing” donors who contributed more than $600. Many members considered this a sell-out to Congress and shredded their NRA cards. The NRA is under fire again, this […]

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Publius Huldah, The Little Old Lady They’re Afraid of, Will be Speaking in North Carolina

Publius Huldah, The Little Old Lady They’re Afraid of,  Will be Speaking in North Carolina

Friday Evening I got an email from Publius Huldah  . Find out what our Framers actually advised us to do!Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 6:30-8:30 p.m., Eastern Time Host: Conservatives for Guilford County Place: The Oakbranch Conference Center, 23 Oakbranch Drive, Greensboro, NC See attached flyer for what I will show you. If you […]

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