The Muslim Issue Let’s not forget that this caliph criminal was the favorite allie to the U.S. and the Eurocrats not too long back. We recall footage from an EU Parliamentary session where a most ridiculous Swedish politician demanded, almost arguing, that Turkey must be fasttracked into EU ...Read more Comments Off on Sultan Erdogan’s security tries to force Islamic rule on protesters during his unpopular U.S. visit
A little something to ponder. The Economic Collapse by Michael Snyder On January 22nd, one of the worst east coast blizzards in history slammed into Washington D.C. like a freight train. More than three feet of snow was dumped on some areas, hundreds of thousands of people ...Read more Comments Off on Just A Coincidence That A Historic Blizzard Named ‘Jonas’ Hit D.C. On The Anniversary Of Roe v Wade?
Freedom Outpost by David Zuniga What a mess. For generations, Washington D.C. has attempted to grab our guns and state legislatures follow its lawless example. It occupies 640 million acres of America. But having our guns and our land taken by D.C. thugs isn’t about the Second Amendment. ...Read more Comments Off on Washington DC vs. America: The Federal Land Grab
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. 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 ...Read more Comments Off on Word of the Day: “de facto”. As in Common Core “de facto” Curriculum.
. Maybe all that nifty technology in the classroom isn’t so nifty and may actually impede learning. From The Washington Post and a professor who has banned laptops from his classroom: Since most students can type very quickly, laptops encourage them to copy down nearly everything said ...Read more Comments Off on Is the Pen Mightier than the Laptop? The Research Might Surprise You.
The Washington, D.C. riots of April 4–8, 1968, resulted in Washington, along with Chicago and Baltimore, receiving the heaviest impact of the 110 cities to see unrest following the King assassination. Crowds of as many as 20,000 overwhelmed the District’s 3,100-member police force, and President Lyndon B. Johnson dispatched some ...Read more 8