Archives for December 2014

Breastfed, Homebirthed Babies Taken Away From Parents For Not Using Hospital

FA Note: Agen­da 21’s intends con­trol over all sec­tors of life includ­ing that of birth and child rear­ing. The Ren­go Fam­i­ly place­ment hear­ing was continued…again…to Fri­day morn­ing at 9 a.m Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Jason Over­street, rep­re­sent­ing the 42nd dis­trict in Wash­ing­ton, and who has tak­en an inter­est in this case, just post­ed an update on his Face­book Page: The […]

Opt Out of the Countywide Vision Plan & Common Core

FA Note: iAgenda21 is an affil­i­ate of the Amer­i­can Coali­tion for Sus­tain­able Com­mu­ni­ties (ACSC) — “Sus­tain­ing rep­re­sen­ta­tive gov­ern­ment.” Theirs is the type action that needs to be under­tak­en in every coun­ty in the coun­try! New Report expos­es col­lec­tivist reg­u­la­tion, insti­tut­ed at tax­pay­er expense, in San Bernardi­no Coun­ty, Cal­i­for­nia. The report is authored by the Amer­i­can Coali­tion for […]

Disturbing testimony at hearing reveals what is at the core of Common Core support

Per­haps the most dis­turb­ing tes­ti­mo­ny pre­sent­ed to Wisconsin’s Assem­bly dur­ing a recent hear­ing on Com­mon Core was not about Com­mon Core at all. Super­in­ten­dent Nick Madi­son, of the Bril­lion School Dis­trict, offered the most reveal­ing look at the thought process behind the cur­rent pop­u­lar “reforms.” Madison’s dis­trict is sit­u­at­ed in a farm­ing com­mu­ni­ty of about […]

Lt. Gov.: Let’s scrap and replace Common Core in Mississippi

Com­mon Core in Mis­sis­sip­pi might be on the chop­ping block if Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves has his way. Reeves told Mis­sis­sip­pi Watch­dog in a phone inter­view Mon­day he sup­ports scrap­ping Com­mon Core and replac­ing it with anoth­er cur­ricu­lum. The Repub­li­can said he wants to form a task force of par­ents, teach­ers and busi­ness lead­ers to inves­ti­gate a new curriculum […]

Pennsylvania Citizens Call for Moratorium on Data Collection

The Sto­ry Behind the Penn­syl­va­nia Press Release and Open Let­ter By Ani­ta Hoge, 3D Research Group   “I have grave con­cerns about the direc­tion that the Com­mon Core stan­dards move­ment has tak­en, as well as, my con­cerns of the ethics of test­ing and teach­ing in the affec­tive domain. I must ques­tion the legal­i­ty of these […]

Outdated essays on pocket gophers reveal lack of evidence for ESA listing

Sev­enth in a series on a new ESA list­ing. We will pub­lish addi­tions to the series if/as they are writ­ten. Unsup­port­ed claims in obscure essays from 1942, 1944, and 1960 have hurt a lot of peo­ple in south Thurston Coun­ty, Wash­ing­ton.  Oppres­sive laws are based on them—including the 2014 Endan­gered Species Act micro-list­ing of four Mazama […]

Cells of Insurrection

In what kind of twist­ed world would Oath Keep­ers – Oath Keep­ers to the Con­sti­tu­tion of the Unit­ed States, be con­sid­ered domes­tic ter­ror­ists? That’s the ques­tion that was asked last week in an inter­view with Stew­art Rhodes, Founder and Pres­i­dent of Oath Keep­ers. After lis­ten­ing to the inter­view, I thought I should check to see […]

Japanese scientists use surrogates to produce endangered species

Japan­ese sci­en­tists have devel­oped a new biotech­nol­o­gy tech­nique that uses mack­er­el as sur­ro­gates for bluefin tuna with the hope of sav­ing the prized species from extinc­tion. Con­sid­ered a del­i­ca­cy in Japan­ese cui­sine, glob­als sup­plies of bluefin tuna have been dwin­dling, prompt­ing the Inter­na­tion­al Union for Con­ser­va­tion of Nature to put the fish onto its red list.