Saturday, September 5, 2015

COMMON CORE DUMBING DOWN: : , OUR STUDENTS FAILING AT "SAT"

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Newser) – The nation's SAT results are in, and they're not good. Numbers are down in all three sections, among both male and female students, reports Inside Higher Education. The average score was 1490 out of 2,400, down seven points from last year and the lowest since the test got revamped a decade ago, reports the Washington Post. Some takeaways:
  • Reading: The score of 495 hasn't been this low since the College Board, which owns the SAT, began putting out annual reports in 1972.
  • Math: The score of 511 is the lowest since 1999.
  • Writing: The score of 484 is the lowest since this section was introduced in 2006.
  • Racial, income gaps: White and Asian students continued to post higher scores than Latino and black students, and students from richer families did better than those from poor families.
  • ACT more popular: About 1.9 million took the ACT, compared with 1.7 million who took the SAT.
"Simply doing the same things we have been doing is not going to improve these numbers," says Cyndie Schmeiser of the College Board. "This is a call to action to do something different to propel more students to readiness." A new version of the test gets rolled out next year. Among other things, it will no longer feature a mandatory essay.

Caravan To Midnight - Episode 294 A Trans-dimensional Conversation With Linda Moulton Howe

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Caravan To Midnight - Episode 285 The Enemies Within: Admiral James A. Lyons SAY'S "WE IN DEEP S**T, AND TOM DEWEESE, AGENDA 21 , IN DEPTH,

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Episode 285 – The Enemies Within: Today on Caravan To Midnight we welcome retired Admiral James A. Lyons on board for Geo-political insight unparalleled, tied together by the return of the President of the American Policy Center, Tom DeWeese, as we have a brilliant discussion revolving around Agenda 21 and how wool is being pulled over our nation’s eyes.

WWII Veteran Boogies His Heart Out While Stuck At The Airport

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During a layover at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, a World War II veteran passed the time and entertained passengers with a sudden display of dancing!
A group of veterans were awaiting their Honor Flight home, when three women began singing The Andrews Sisters’s “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.”
Encouraged by the lyrics “he started to dance” the sprightly old man jumps out of the crowd and starts to boogie. When someone offers him a walking cane he rejects it and instead, shows off some serious dance moves. His energy and enthusiasm gets the crowd of other vets joining in on the fun!
Honor Flights provide free flights to veterans who served in WWII, Korea and Vietnam by flying them to see the war memorials in Washington, DC built in their honor. It’s wonderful to see these brave veterans enjoying life in the moment after what must have been an emotional visit!
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Here is Where All the Republican Presidential Candidates Stand on Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis

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Many of the Republican presidential candidates have rallied behind Kim Davis, the Rowan County, Kentucky clerk, who was jailed Thursday for declining to issue marriage licenses because of her religious opposition to same-sex marriage.
The 49-year-old Davis, who’s a registered Democrat, stopped issuing marriage licenses to both gay and straight couples after the Supreme Court ruled in June that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right.
After Davis was jailed, most of her deputies began complying with a judge’s order to issue marriage licenses, but Davis has several GOP presidential contenders gathering to her corner.

Supports Kim Davis’ Decision

1. Rand Paul

Republican presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) speaks during a campaign stop at an Embassy Suites hotel on June 29, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Paul made stops in four cities in Nevada on Monday as he campaigns for the battleground state against 12 other republican candidates in the 2016 presidential race.
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The Kentucky senator told CNN that the federal judge’s decision to jail Davis sets a bad precedent for the future:
“I think it’s absurd to put someone in jail for exercising their religious liberty. I think it’s a real mistake and even those on the other side of the issue, I think it sets their movement back.”
Paul predicted:
“What’s going to happen is it’s going to harden people’s resolve on this issue. I think what’s going to happen is that state and localities are just going to opt out of the marriage business.”

2. Mike Huckabee

AMES, IA - JULY 18: Republican presidential hopeful and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee fields questions at The Family Leadership Summit at Stephens Auditorium on July 18, 2015 in Ames, Iowa. According to the organizers the purpose of The Family Leadership Summit is to inspire, motivate, and educate conservatives. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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The former Arkansas governor and Southern Baptist pastor said on Twitter:

3. Ted Cruz

LAS VEGAS, NV - APRIL 25: Republican presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) speaks during the Republican Jewish Coalition spring leadership meeting at The Venetian Las Vegas on April 25, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Republican Jewish Coalition's annual meeting featured potential Republican presidential candidates in attendance, along with Republican super donor Sheldon Adelson. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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The Texas senator also released a statement, saying:
“I stand with Kim Davis. Unequivocally. I stand with every American that the Obama Administration is trying to force to choose between honoring his or her faith or complying with a lawless court opinion.”

4. Bobby Jindal

DES MOINES, IA - AUGUST 22: Republican presidential candidate Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal prepares to speak at the Iowa State Fair on August 22, 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa. Presidential candidates have a long tradition of making campaign stops at the fair. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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Louisiana’s governor told the Huffington Post this week:
“The United States didn’t create religious liberty. Religious liberty created the United States of America. It’s the reason we are here today. This is an essential freedom and an essential right and I don’t think you give up this right by simply taking a job.”

5. Rick Santorum

Republican presidential hopeful and former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum is seen at the Quicken Loans Arena ahead of the Republican presidential primary debate on August 6, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. AFP PHOTO/MANDEL NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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The former senator from Pennsylvania said:
“More and more people of faith will face the penalties Ms. Davis is now encountering if we do not make the necessary accommodations so people can not just worship but live out their faith in their lives.”

6. Scott Walker

ST. LOUIS, MO - APRIL 13: Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker speaks during the NRA's Celebration of American Values Leadership Forum at the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits April 13, 2012 at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri. More than 60,000 people are expected to attend the convention, which runs through Sunday. Republican presidential candidate former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, and former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum are all scheduled to speak. (Photo by Whitney Curtis/Getty Images)
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Wisconsin’s governor discussed Davis on “The Laura Ingraham Show” Thursday. He told Ingraham that he disagreed with the Supreme Court’s ruling and:
“In the end, this is the balance that you gotta have to have in America, between the laws that are out there, but ultimately ensuring that the Constitution is upheld.
“I read that the Constitution is very clear that people have freedom of religion — you have the freedom to practice religious beliefs out there. I just think that’s a fundamental right.”

7. Marco Rubio

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In a statement to The New York Times, the Florida senator said:
“We should seek a balance between government’s responsibility to abide by the laws of our republic and allowing people to stand by their religious convictions.
“While the clerk’s office has a governmental duty to carry out the law, there should be a way to protect the religious freedom and conscience rights of individuals working in the office.”

Opposes Kim Davis’ Decision

1. Carly Fiorina

CLEVELAND, OH - AUGUST 06: Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina participates in a presidential pre-debate forum hosted by FOX News and Facebook at the Quicken Loans Arena August 6, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. Fiorina and six other GOP candidates were selected to participate in the forum based on their rank in an average of the five most recent national political polls. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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The former Hewlett-Packard CEO told radio host Hugh Hewitt on Tuesday it is “not appropriate” for Davis to continue denying marriage licenses:
“Is (Davis) prepared to continue to work for the government, be paid for by the government? In which case she needs to execute the government’s will. Or, does she feel so strongly about this that she wants to … go seek employment elsewhere?”

2. Lindsey Graham

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The South Carolina senator also told Hugh Hewitt:
“As a public official, comply with the law or resign. The rule of law is the rule of law. … I support traditional marriage, but she’s accepted a job where she has to apply the law to everyone.”

3. Chris Christie

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - AUGUST 25: New Jersey Governor and Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie speaks at Chabad House at Rutgers University to express his opposition to President Obama's Iran deal on August 25, 2015 in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Christie also encouraged U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) to oppose the deal. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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New Jersey’s governor told Laura Ingraham that, although “we have to protect religious liberty, … of course we have to enforce the law too”:
“What I’ve said before is for someone who works in the government has a bit of a different obligation than someone who’s in the private sector.”

4. Jeb Bush

MIAMI, FL - SEPTEMBER 01: Republican presidential candidate and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks during a town hall style meeting at La Progresiva Presbyterian School on September 1, 2015 in Miami, Florida. Jeb continues to campaign for the Republican nomination. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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The former Florida governor tried to find middle ground this week, but ultimately:
“She is sworn to uphold the law, and it seems to me that there ought to be common ground, there ought to be big enough space for her to act on her conscience and … for a gay couple to be married in whatever jurisdiction that is.”

5. Donald Trump

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 03: GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump exits a news conference in Manhattan after he signed a pledge Thursday to support the Republican nominee in the 2016 general election, ruling out a third-party or independent run on September 3, 2015 in New York City. Trump made the announcement following a meeting with Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus. Trump stressed repeatedly in the news conference that he is leading in all national polls. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
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In an interview with MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Friday, Trump said:
“You have to go with it. The decision’s been made, and that is the law of the land.”

Hasn’t Commented on Kim Davis

1. Ben Carson

Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson speaks during the prime time Republican presidential primary debate on August 6, 2015 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. AFP PHOTO/MANDEL NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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Carson hasn’t yet commented on Davis. When asked, a Carson confidante told Talking Points Memo:
“Dr. Carson has said since the Supreme Court ruling that it is the law of land and that’s what he respects.”

Caravan To Midnight - Episode 353 The Pope From Hell? With John B. Wells

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Friday, September 4, 2015

FREE ZONE NEWS STORY UP DATE FOR TODAY: ENJOY

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CLICK ON PICTURES OR THE URL IN GRAY TO SEE THE STORY, THANKS , BILL

The Hijrah Into Europe


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Robert Spencer


Hillary Clinton: National Security Disaster


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Imagine a Progressive Boot Stamping on a Human Face Forever





"Accountability" Review of Benghazi Attack was Rigged by Hillary





"Tehran Joe" Biden Lies, Claims He Was "Skeptic" on Iran Deal





The Great Cory Booker Scam




The Syrian Refugee Crisis is Not Our Problem


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Why Did Oil-Rich Arab Countries Abandon Muslim Refugees?


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A Glorious Defeat


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Koran Discovery Only Strengthens Islam


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“ISNA Condemns Terrorism" and other Acts of Legerdemain


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Jorge Ramos: Activist Masquerading As a Journalist

IN DEPTH: 9/11 in Academia: Anthrax, Tom Clancy, and the Fictions of the National Security State, FULL LENGTH,

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Die 9/11 Konsensdiskussion: Der “Primäre Gegenbeweis ” zeigt Fehler im offiziellen Bericht zu 9/11 auf
" IF IT SMELL'S LIKE A PIG - DON'T TRY TO TELL ME IT'S A DUCK" SOMEDAY THE WHOLE TRUTH WILL COME OUT !
FIRST A PREVIEW AND BELOW IS THE FULL LENGTH FILM ON ACADEMIC COMMUNITY AND 9/11 : INTERESTING

Preview: 9/11 in the Academic Community

--Coming this Fall of 2013--Please support the film at 911inAcademia.com and distribute widely-- A Winner of the 2011 University of Toronto Film Festival, the film examines the academic community's treatment of critical perspectives on 9/11 by exploring the taboo that shields the American government's narrative from scholarly examination. Through a powerful reflection on intellectual courage and the purpose of academia, the film aims at changing intellectual discourse on 9/11 and the War on Terror

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Koran Discovery: Rational Westerners vs. Irrational Muslims

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http://www.raymondibrahim.com/islam/koran-discovery-rational-westerners-vs-irrational-muslims/
The media is abuzz with news that a portion of the Koran, which Muslims believe was first recited by their prophet, Muhammad, may actually predate Muhammad himself. Many seem to think that such news will have a large impact on the Muslim world and make Muslims rethink the veracity of their faith.
Thus Tom Holland, a British historian, asserts, “It destabilizes, to put it mildly, the idea that we can know anything with certainty about how the Koran emerged. And that, in turn, has implications for the historicity of Mohammed and his followers.”
A Koranic manuscript consultant at Oxford’s Bodleian Library, Dr. Keith Small, is more emphatic and “told the Times that if the dating is confirmed, as he believed would happen, it could raise serious problems for Islam,” since “This would radically alter the edifice of Islamic tradition. The history of the rise of Islam in late Near Eastern antiquity would have to be completely revised.”
Nonsense. This recent discovery, far from threatening “the edifice of Islamic tradition” or “rais[ing] problems for Islam” is currently being used all around the Muslim world in support of Islam, for a number of reasons....

UPDATE ON SANDY HOOK AND THE BOSTON BOMBING AGAIN,: SOMEDAY IT WILL ALL FALL APART, BINGO,

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RELAX FOLKS:  IT JUST DIDN'T HAPPEN !
SOMEDAY OBAMA WILL BE CREDITED AS A DIRECTOR, PRODUCER AS WELL AS A COMMUNITY ORGANIZER ! HELL OF A SHOW HE PUT ON... LEAKS ARE GONNA TELL US WHAT HAPPENED !


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"IT'S WORSE THAN YOU KNOW"

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MARTIAL LAW drills across the country, liberties being stripped away daily, the increasing biometric presence, police brutality

Thursday, September 3, 2015

WHAT DO YOU MEAN "WHERE DID I MEET YOU" BILLY ?

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AN OLD FRIEND ASK ALL HIS FRIENDS TO REPLY ON FACEBOOK WHERE AND HOW HE MET EACH OF HIS FRIENDS - MEET HIM - I'LL REPLY HERE !


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'The Tribute' is the new album from probably, the finest crooner in Manchester. A wonderful album and 15 fantastic tracks from the former Soron Records artist (US). Tracks inc: A Foggy Day, Come Dance With Me, Nice Work If YouCan Get It, Let There Be Love, Put Your Head On My Shoulder, Anything Goes, Never The Less, If I Could Write A Book, Nice To Come Home To, Until The Real Thing Comes Along, You'll Never Find, Quando Quando, You Dont Know Me, The More I See You, Moondance.
The album is available to purchase at www.billymichaelssings.com at a reasonable price and would make a fine addition to anyones album collection.

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NOTE FROM (WH) - I THINK MOST OF THESE TRACKS ARE ON YOU TUBE: CHECK BILLY MICHAELS- THANKS BILL 

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Obama Buys Families Of Charleston Shooting Victims: OBAMA SENDS 29 MILLION TO SOUTH CAROLINA VICTIMS, CAN WE ALL GET IN LINE FOR A CHECK ?

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Obama Buys Families Of Charleston Shooting Victims

29 MILLION TO THE BLACK CHURCH IN SOUTH CAROLINA ? WHERE'S THE LINE TO STAND IN ?

CAN I JUST GET A CHECK FOR ONE MILLION.. WON'T BOTHER YOU AGAIN MR. PRESIDENT. I'M WHITE AND ON SOCIAL SECURITY AND IT DON'T PAY MY BILLS...GIVE ME A SHOT, AND IF YOU MISS CAN I GET A CHECK ?


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It's an exceedingly harsh way to score a $29 million payday, but cha-ching:


The Obama administration is fast-tracking a huge payout to the victims of the Charleston, South Carolina, church shooting, giving the families of those slain millions more than victims from Sandy Hook, Boston, and other mass murders.

Because those victims were all white.  Indeed, it's a miracle that O allowed them any boodle at all.


The White House will send $29 million to South Carolina in the wake of the June 17th shooting that left nine people dead in a historic black church, according to a Reuters report. All of the victims were black, and it was called a hate crime in the hours following it.

So non-black mass murders evidently don't count.

And that's no exaggeration:


According to Reuters, a chunk of the $29 million — which was allocated as part of the government's national Crime Victim Assistance Formula Grant program — can help provide services to the families of those killed. Among the dead was Pastor Clementa Pinckney, who also served as a South Carolina state senator.
The $29 million payout is significantly more than what was given to the victims of the 2012 Aurora, Colorado, theater shooting ($2.9 million); the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting ($1.5 million); and the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing ($8.3 million).

I imagine the definition "victim" in this boondoggle (part of the American "Recovery" and "Reinvestment Act," natch) is infinitely elastic - Aurora purportedly had fifteen hundred of them, or about two grand a head.  There were nine killed in Charleston; if their families are counted as "victims" as well, that's a cool three mil each, tax-free.  Which I guess means that "black lives matter" ten times more than white lives do.

Here is what supposedly goes into a CVAFG:


Each eligible state victim assistance program will be awarded a Recovery Act - VOCA Victim Assistance Formula Grant to support the provision of services to victims of crime. Services are defined as those efforts that (1) respond to the emotional and physical needs of crime victims; (2) assist primary and secondary victims of crime to stabilize their lives after a victimization; (3) assist victims to understand and participate in the criminal justice system; and (4) provide victims of crime with a measure of safety and security such as boarding up broken windows and replacing and repairing locks. [emphases added]

Translation: (1) cha-ching, (2) cha-ching, (3) how to get more cha-ching, and (4) things that will be more than covered by three million bucks per clan.

You can actually reap a bonanza from a loved one being gunned down in cold blood, and get rich if you're black.  Only in Obamerikastan.

If I didn't love my family more than life itself, I'd start shopping for estimates.
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