Monthly Archives: January 2014

Trey Gowdy Demands Answers On Benghazi

During a press conference Rep. Tray Gowdy pushed for answers on the tragic murder of four Americans in Benghazi, now known as the “Benghazi Attack“. Gowdy took the podium and posed several important questions to the main stream media about their understanding of the events leading up to and after the murder of four American citizens in Benghazi. Gowdy, wasted no time in getting to the point. “–‘We will not waver in our commitment to…

FLASHBACK – Ariz. legislators move to exempt state from federal laws

PHOENIX — Gun control. It’s the debate that is rippling across the country. While lawmakers in Washington were trying to hammer out what should be done, Arizona lawmakers made it very clear, “No thanks” Five state representatives proposed House Bill 2291, appropriately titled “Arizona Firearms:  prohibited enforcement.” Steve Smith (R, District 11) Adam Kwasman (R, District 11) Carl Seel (R, District 20) David W. Stevens (R, District 14) Bob Thorpe (R, District 6) Last year,…

Israel foils Al Qaeda plot on US embassy, internal security agency says

Israel’s internal security agency says it has foiled an Al Qaeda plan to attack the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv and hit other targets in the country. Shin Bet said Wednesday it arrested three Palestinians it accuses of plotting to carry out bombings, shootings, kidnappings and other attacks. It said the men, two from Jerusalem and one from the West Bank, were recruited by an operative based in the Gaza Strip who worked for Al…

Colorado Rep. Diana Degette (D) claims high capacity magazines are 1-time use

While participating in a public forum on gun control hosted by the Denver Post, Democratic Colorado Rep. Diana DeGette tries to explain that a ban on high capacity magazines will work. Based of pure ignorance, as to the difference between ammo and magazines, DeGette goes on to say. “I will tell you these are ammunition — bullets — so the people who have those now they are going to shoot them, and so if you ban —…

Anti-Gun Senator, Kavin De Leon, Makes a Fool of Himself

CA State Senator Kevin De Leon (a Democrat from Los Angeles) made a real fool of himself at a press conference for his new gun control bill when he demonstrated both his command of the English language and the extent of his firearms knowledge. Let’s jump right in. The first controversial, confusing and ignorant statement that Sen. De Leon made while holding a firearm in his hands was, “This is a Ghost Gun.” What is a…

Rickroll Message Hidden in High School Student’s Physics Essay

A high school student managed to “rickroll” his physics teacher, cleverly inserting the lyrics of Rick Astley’s ’80s hit “Never Gonna Give You Up” and lining the words up perfectly. Even more impressive, the essay on scientist Niels Bohr actually makes perfect sense. It’s hard enough to write a physics essay, but we don’t even want to think about how much time it took student Sairam Gudiseva to “rickroll” his teacher. Hopefully he got an…

CommonCore, A new perspective on the destruction of education

Let’s hear from Rick Roach, a school board member who took a version of a state standardized test and was horrified at what he found. Rick Roach, agreed to talk to Valerie Strauss, Education reporter for The Washington Post, about the experience on the record because he has come to feel so very strongly about the issue. Rick Roach, who is in his fourth four-year term representing District 3 on the Board of Education in Orange…

What’s wrong with standardized tests?

Standardized tests are used for so many purposes in schools today that it can be easy to forget why they shouldn’t be used as an exclusive measure to determine anything of importance. Let’s review. Following are questions and answers explaining why. This material comes from the National Center for Fair & Open Testing, a non-profit organization known as FairTest that is dedicated to stopping the misuse of standardized assessments. How do schools use standardized tests?…

Executive Order 13528– Establishing Council of Governors

Executive Order will Strengthen Further Partnership Between the Federal and State and Local Governments to Better Protect Our Nation The President today signed an Executive Order (attached) establishing a Council of Governors to strengthen further the partnership between the Federal Government and State Governments to protect our Nation against all types of hazards.  When appointed, the Council will be reviewing such matters as involving the National Guard of the various States; homeland defense; civil support;…

Obama administration guidelines could lead to racial quotas in school discipline

How discipline is doled out in the classroom now will be under much closer scrutiny by the federal government, but some analysts say the Obama administration’s efforts ultimately may backfire and could lead to de facto racial quotas in American schools. The Education Department and the Justice Department on Wednesday issued new “guidance” to ensure minority students aren’t punished through suspension, expulsion or other means more than their white peers. The administration cited legal authority…

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