Category Archive: Education

Jan 10

Glenn Beck and how Americans got the way we are

Glenn Beck and how Americans got this way By Don Hank Recently, a lot has been written about Glenn Beck and his refusal to look at the eligibility issue and his disdain for those of us who care about it. First, let me be clear: I am a birther. By that I don’t mean that …

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Jan 06

Is Obama Employing the Cloward-Piven Strategy?

The Cloward-Piven Strategy is a deliberate series of tactics designed to bring a system down in collapse so that a preferred system can be erected in its place. Named after two Columbia University professors, it was actually employed in the early 1970s. I want to repeat that: it was actually employed.

This is not your ordinary conspiracy theory. In this case, we know that the strategy was employed and had some effect. Namely, by deliberately burdening New York city’s welfare system, they managed to bankrupt the city, which so declared in 1975.

Cloward and Piven, therefore, have made it impossible to take at face value measures which are put forward as being ‘for the poor.’

Dec 28

Weapons of Freedom

We are honored to carry another article by Olavo De Carvalho. Laigle’s Forum is the venue of this its English language debut. Don Hank   Weapons of Freedom Olavo de Carvalho Diário do Comércio (São Paulo, Brazil), December 17, 2009 Translated by Alessandro Cota The most obvious thing about the analysis of history and society …

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Nov 29

In the beginning was the Word

Stephen Meyer’s “Signature in the Cell” By Don Hank Stephen Meyer’s book “Signature in the Cell” may be the most enlightening book I have ever read. Please try to get it if you haven’t yet. It contains all the answers I have always wanted at my finger tips for debates with Darwinists on the origin …

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Nov 05

The education of the slave class

The Republic, In Honor of Plato   By Mecha Miles Plato, so much like Archimedes – centuries ahead of his time, perhaps the first social engineer and, indeed, a premier scholar and philosopher – changed for all time the way in which students of government would think of sovereign social entities. In my opinion, he …

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Apr 15

Massive oil reserves found in ND / Moral case for Iraq / Homosexuality 101

A Moral Case for Overthrowing Saddam By PVBLIUS America had a moral imperative to overthrow Saddam that had nothing to do with weapons of mass destruction. Perhaps you may remember that in 1991, President Bush encouraged the Iraqis to rise up against Saddam Hussein, but promptly abandoned them and the Iraqi people were left again …

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Apr 14

Help fight homo-elitists in school / UK betrayed / More

Commentary by Don Hank HILLARY and McCain in defense of Americans: You aren’t bitter, just bigots Obama recently suggested that religion, guns and border security are for “bitter” rural people. Hillary countered this by saying Pennsylvanians are resilient. Clinton, known for her elitist views on everything, also accused Obama of being an elitist.  But she …

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Apr 10

Athanatos launches academy / Teachers ‘buy’ Albany / Bob Smith not running?

JUST in from Athanatos Christian Ministries On the Sixth Day God Created Your Brain:  Apologetics Academy Says “Use It” Athanatos Christian Ministries has launched an online academy designed to introduce learners to the great wealth of evidences and arguments for the Christian faith. The central feature of the academy is an apologetics certification track though …

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Apr 10

MA promotes gay sex in schools with tax dollars!

This just in from Mass Resistance:  1. GLSEN Conference at high school in Boston reveals empowered homosexual agenda targeting schools. Coming up: gay clubs in middle schools, transgenderism, and more. Unbelievable. 2. Uproar over homosexual curriculum in Lexington brings threat to superintendent. Three TV stations go to David Parker’s house for comment. 3. HELP NEEDED …

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Apr 07

Hate decency? Pull YOUR kids out of public school!

Hate decency? Try private school Laurie Higgins, an educator in Illinois, came up with an ingenious idea. By ingenious I mean common sense. Anyone displaying common sense today must be extremely creative and skilled in the art of mental and intellectual self defense. These are worthwhile skills, and unless enough of us learn them, well, …

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