Saturday, September 26, 2009
You can send these pink slips with a warning that they'll be getting a real one in November 2010 with the mid-term elections unless they stand against (1) the government takeover of health care, (2) cap-and-trade, (3) hate crimes, and (4) any spending that expand the national debt.
Friday, September 25, 2009
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
At issue last week was H.R. 1479, the Community Reinvestment Modernization Act of 2009, sponsored by Democratic Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson. It would expand and strengthen the 1977 Community Reinvestment Act, which required banks to make loans in low-income areas that many lenders had traditionally shunned.
ENDA is designed to get homosexuals, bisexuals, cross-dressers, and transsexuals added to the list of federally-protected minorities. If this is accomplished, the LGBT agenda will be imposed on businesses, local, state and federal governments, including public schools, Christian day care centers and camps, plus many other Christian entities, including religious broadcasters, etc. It will affect any business with more than 15 employees.
This is the exact word of one of the Sheikhs who is leading this historic gathering, “Muslims should march on the White House. We are going to the White House so that Islam will be victorious, Allah willing, and the White House will become into a Muslim house.”
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
This bill is anti-parents rights and anti-school choice. Your child could write, read and be a sonnet composing prodigy. But if they haven’t attended 5-K they can be denied admittance to first grade. THIS IS A LEAD INTO MANDATORY 4-K!
AB119 (companion bill the passed the Assembly)
While the bill purports to make these programs optional, history shows us that there will be subsequent pressure to make them mandatory, universal, and funded with taxpayer dollars. Many education experts have concluded that beginning a child’s formal education too early may actually result in burnout and poor scholastic performance later. Lowering the compulsory attendance age erodes the authority of parents who are in the best position to determine when their child’s formal education should begin. Another significant impact of expanding the compulsory attendance age would be an inevitable tax increase to pay for more classroom space and teachers to accommodate the additional students compelled to attend public schools. When California raised the age of compulsory attendance, unwilling students were so disruptive that new schools had to be built just to handle them and their behavior problems, all at the expense of the taxpayer. - HSLDA
WEAC SUPPORTS THE BILL
Compulsory Attendance Age Legislation
Boots and Sabers
Clinton's Hostile Preschool Takeover
Hillary Clinton Indoctrination
Monday, September 21, 2009
So Alinsky begins by telling readers what a radical is. He is not a reformer of the system but its would-be destroyer. This is something that in my experience conservatives have a very hard time understanding. Conservatives are altogether too decent, too civilized to match up adequately, at least in the initital stages of the battle, with their adversaries. They are too prone to give them the benefit of the doubt. They assume that radicals can’t really want to destroy a society that is democratic and liberal and has brought wealth and prosperity to so many. Oh yes they can. That is in fact the essence of what it means to be a radical — to be willing to destroy the values, structures and institutions that sustain the society we live in. Marx himself famously cited Alinsky’s first rebel (using another of his names — Mephistopheles): “Everything that exists deserves to perish.”
Recently Passed “Education Reform” Bill From House Dems Will Cut Private Lenders Out Of Federal Higher Education Financing Programs. “House approval of an education-financing bill Thursday marks a first step toward sweeping changes in U.S. higher education that would cut out private lenders and leave the government as sole provider of student loans under federal programs … [T]he measure would eliminate private lenders from originating government-backed loans …” (Corey Boles and Robert Tomsho, “Bill Upends System For College Loans,” The Wall Street Journal,9/18/09)
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Can anyone be against food safety? Of course not. That is like being against clean air or clean water, or saving bald eagles. Congress seems to be of the opinion, however, that those producing food in America, the safest food producing nation in the world, needs to be placed under even stricter controls. A search of pending "Food Safety" bills in Congress this session alone results in a total of 45 bills and resolutions with 24 bills filed in the House and 17 in the Senate. Each come with specific dangers to the free enterprise system and should be a focus of concern for not only food producers, but Americans in general. This article takes a close look at one of them, HR 875, the Food Safety and Modernization Act, to illustrate the need to closely examine the language of each of the pending bills to learn the dangers and myths.
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