Archives for March 2015

7 Children Kidnapped by State of Arkansas from Homeschool Family to Remain in State Custody

FA Note: Minor chil­dren, under nat­ur­al law, are right­ful­ly the prop­er­ty of their par­ents, who bear respon­si­bil­i­ty for them. If peo­ple do not have prop­er­ty rights they become prop­er­ty, and lib­er­ty is impos­si­ble. Attor­ney Emord States that Arkansas Seizure of Stan­ley Kids is an Extra­or­di­nary Abuse of State Pow­er It will be at least “6 more weeks […]

Are we training pigeons or educating children?

No Way, ESEA! A Class­room Teacher Rais­es Hard Ques­tions Are we train­ing pigeons or edu­cat­ing chil­dren? That is the big ques­tion we need to ask Con­gress as they re-autho­rize ESEA (the Ele­men­tary and Sec­ondary Edu­ca­tion Act)! There seems to be a new idea, which is actu­al­ly old, being pre­sent­ed in Con­gress right now: Chil­dren can […]

Private Police: Mercenaries for the American Police State

Cor­po­rate Amer­i­ca is using police forces as their mer­ce­nar­ies.”—Ray Lewis, Retired Philadel­phia Police Cap­tain It’s one thing to know and exer­cise your rights when a police offi­cer pulls you over, but what rights do you have when a pri­vate cop—entrust­ed with all of the pow­ers of a gov­ern­ment cop but not held to the same […]

Common Core Early History

…‘Nation­al, Ratio­nal, Repub­li­can Edu­ca­tion, Free for All, at the Expense of All, Con­duct­ed under the Guardian­ship of the State,’ apart from the con­t­a­m­i­nat­ing influ­ence of par­ents…” Be sure to catch Dr. Den­nis Cuddy’s fas­ci­nat­ing arti­cle “Com­mon Core” post­ed on NewsWith­Views 3/2/15, in which he divulges some fas­ci­nat­ing ear­ly his­to­ry on how edu­ca­tion began to be […]

Montana Nearly Outlaws Agenda 21

At the end of the bi-annu­al leg­isla­tive ses­sion the Mon­tana State Assem­bly processed the most aggres­sive anti-Agen­­da 21 leg­is­la­tion ever con­sid­ered. As of today sev­er­al oth­er states have out­lawed Agen­da 21. In Mon­tana, con­sid­er­a­tion was giv­en to terms that would have been extra­or­di­nar­i­ly effec­tive at stop­ping Agen­da 21’s progress. The vote was 41 to 59.

Update: AP’s Seth Borenstein at it again hyping Antarctic melt fears

Recy­cles same claims from 2014, 1990, 1979, 1922 & 1901! – Cli­mate Depot’s Point-By-Point Rebut­tal The Asso­ci­at­ed Press is recy­cling more than cen­tu­ry old Antarc­ti­ca ice sheet melt and sea lev­el rise fears.  Reporter Seth Boren­stein is not the first one to hype these same Antarc­ti­ca melt fears. Vir­tu­al­ly the exact same claims and hype were […]

ISDS: The Trans-Pacific Partnership clause that everyone should be against

A police woman removes a woman protest­ing the Trans-Pacif­ic Part­ner­ship (TPP) on Capi­tol Hill in Wash­ing­ton Jan­u­ary 27, 2015. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) The Unit­ed States is in the final stages of nego­ti­at­ing the Trans-Pacif­ic Part­ner­ship (TPP), a mas­sive free-trade agree­ment with Mex­i­co, Cana­da, Japan, Sin­ga­pore and sev­en oth­er coun­tries. Who will ben­e­fit from the TPP? Amer­i­can […]

Common Core Testing Regime Ruled Unconstitutional

In a devel­op­ment with mas­sive impli­ca­tions for the Oba­ma administration’s ongo­ing attempt at nation­al­iz­ing edu­ca­tion with Com­mon Core, a Mis­souri judge ruled this week that the fed­er­al­ly fund­ed test­ing regime for the con­tro­ver­sial stan­dards was uncon­sti­tu­tion­al. The rul­ing means that the state of Mis­souri is offi­cial­ly pro­hib­it­ed from par­tic­i­pat­ing in the “Smarter Bal­anced Assess­ment Con­sor­tium” […]