Archives for October 2014

Opting Out as the Remedy May Mean Accidentally Accelerating Nonconsensual Transformations

Did you notice that trans­for­ma­tions is plur­al? That added ‘s’ is  not a case of ear­ly morn­ing hyper typ­ing. As I have men­tioned numer­ous times with sub­stan­tial evi­dence in my book Cre­den­tialed to Destroy and this blog, we can­not sep­a­rate out the end goals in our real world from the inten­tion of using edu­ca­tion to […]

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature’ behind pocket gopher hoax

Fourth in a series on a new ESA list­ing. Part Five will be pub­lished on Octo­ber 29, 2014. Lar­ry Weaver wants his gopher blood back. That smidgen of gopher blood means the world to both Weaver and many in his Rochester com­mu­ni­ty in south­west Thurston Coun­ty, Wash­ing­ton. Weaver, a real­tor and small devel­op­er, allowed the Wash­ing­ton Depart­ment of Fish and […]

Massachusetts Public Schools Teaching the Shahada: ‘There Is No God But Allah’

This is an out­rage, but expect­ed and exact­ly what I warned of in my book, Stop the Islamiza­tion of Amer­i­ca: A Prac­ti­cal Guide to the Resis­tance, in the chap­ter “The Mosque­ing of the Pub­lic Schools.” The sha­ha­da that the chil­dren are forced to recite in Mass­a­chu­setts pub­lic schools is the Mus­lim pro­fes­sion of faith (“there […]

We Can No Longer Afford Freedom”

Day 27: Skin­ner Hor­ror Files B.F. Skin­ner’s Lega­cy I am not the only one who has writ­ten the his­to­ry of edu­ca­tion reform. Dr. Den­nis [Cud­dy] wrote an excel­lent book in 1993 titled Chronol­o­gy of Edu­ca­tion With Quotable Quotes. Below is his warn­ings about B.F. Skin­ner: 1948: Walden II by B. F. Skin­ner (1972 Human­ist of the […]

Far-reaching “Waters of the United States” rule could be the most significant EPA regulation you have never heard about: opinion

In 1972, Con­gress enact­ed the Clean Water Act (CWA) to “restore and main­tain the chem­i­cal, phys­i­cal, and bio­log­i­cal integri­ty of the Nation’s waters.” The fed­er­al gov­ern­men­t’s legal author­i­ty to reg­u­late water is large­ly derived from the Con­sti­tu­tion’s Com­merce Clause, which the­o­ret­i­cal­ly lim­its the gov­ern­men­t’s juris­dic­tion to the type of nav­i­ga­ble water­ways where such com­merce occurs. Sadly, […]

PA Senate Amends Buffer Rule that Represented the Worst Sort of Government

A win for the lit­tle guy  Government’s role is to serve the peo­ple.  Amer­i­ca is a peo­ple with a gov­ern­ment, not a gov­ern­ment with a peo­ple. The people—their needs, their inter­ests, their rights—come first in all things. Our Con­sti­tu­tion pro­hibits gov­ern­ment behav­ior that is arbi­trary, capri­cious, abu­sive, or uncom­pen­sat­ed tak­ing of pri­vate prop­er­ty, among others. […]

Washington State Protects Endangered Gophers Better than Cops, Citizens

Third in a series on new ESA list­ing. Part Four will be pub­lished on Octo­ber 28, 2014. Do Wash­ing­ton State offi­cials believe that threat­en­ing exces­sive force against peace­ful cit­i­zens is jus­ti­fied if a rodent’s life may be in dan­ger?  Or that rodents have more rights and deserve more pro­tec­tion than under­staffed cops and the cit­i­zens they protect? […]

Totalitarian Data-Gathering

Day 26: SKINNER HORROR FILES Behav­ioral Psy­chol­o­gy and the Inva­sion of Your Child’s Pri­va­cy The fol­low­ing alarm­ing infor­ma­tion comes from Appen­dix XVI in my book, an arti­cle titled “Total­i­tar­i­an Data-Gath­­er­ing Sys­tem Pre­pared by U.S. Depart­ment of Edu­ca­tion” by Samuel Blu­men­feld.* You can read his arti­cle in its entire­ty by going to my web­site: and […]