Globalist Plans Nixed

globe-puzzleThe stage was set and the last piece of the puzzle was primed to be put into place.  The anticipation was sadistically being nursed by those who were behind the scene planning this dastardly phenomenon.  But then much to their grievous disappointment, their plan was destroyed like a giant earthquake upending their world and their evil plans. They were enraged and hysterical that their expectations of a dizzying final achievement of the total power of man as god had been smashed.  The culmination of the stage for the New World Order had been nixed.

image-shillalry-puppetAll the people in the various elements of this New World Order movement fully expected that Hillary Clinton’s election would lead to the implementation of the final stages of their plans to orchestrate their dream of the New World Order. Under Barack Obama and the powerful influence of the European Union,, UN and other elites, everything had been rapidly moving towards their gaining powers they have long sought. With that power, they were set to radically transform international society, take full control of the economies of all nations, eliminate national sovereignties and impose dramatic social changes and extreme depopulation measures in the world. The election of Donald Trump and a majority of Republicans to the Senate, Congress, governorships and other positions, have left the One-Worlders reeling.  Nothing else can explain the massive US and international howling and vicious, non-spontaneous, “spontaneous” demonstrations that have been taking place in many cities and nations.

soros-economic-forumGeorge Soros is one of the main drivers of the evil New World Order movement.  This Jewish, Nazi sympathizing evil man is personally financing the riots and chaos in retaliation of Donald Trump being elected President instead of Hillary, Soros’ puppet. The election of Donald Trump has caused the decades-old war that has been waged on what is left of Christian civilization to be suddenly revealed for the ugly and evil war that it has been all along. Until now the war has been very one-sided, with the one-world progressives generally being the only ones fighting, as the relatively passive Christians and their non-Christian allies have given naïve, timid and disorganized resistance. Most of the mainstream media in the West that are controlled by New World Order elites.. as information controllers have spewed shameless propaganda and lies to the American people.

The wide circle of the American Society and the whole wide circle of the Christian Community does not realize this fully. We are now facing the final confrontation between the Church and the anti-church, between the gospel and the anti-gospel, between Christ and the Antichrist.  God has been gracious by giving us an opportunity to turn the tide of evil in the United States.  It will not be an easy task because of Soros’ sponsored one-Worlders are angry and determined to inflict terrible injustices upon the citizens of this Nation. He has his minions and most of them are leaders in the Democratic Party of which is owned by Soros.  But liberal Republicans are also on the take from Soros;  McCain, Kasich, Graham, and Ryan, et al.
sinister-popeWe are now standing in the face of the greatest historical confrontation humanity has ever experienced. For the first time ever, the New World Order movement has gained powerful public backing for many of their agendas from the head of the Roman Catholic Church, who has aggressively insisted that climate change, open borders, anti-capitalism and more are now issues of moral and religious obligation to a new, worldly Catholic Church. It also appears that some in the Vatican may be laying the groundwork for a moral and religious case in favor of population control, use of contraception, small families and acceptance of homosexuality, again regardless of many contrary statements by Francis. Many signs point to this. Most astonishingly, the Vatican itself seems involved as Pope Francis, the download-popes-pleaGerman bishops and others around him have openly developed close relationships with many leading One-Worlders, inviting them to the Vatican to give talks and advice (contrary to strong statements from Francis against abortion, gay “marriage”, for large families, etc.). This has been a radical change from all past popes.

Bible raptureIt seems that Bible prophecy is being fulfilled every week.  However, the time for the New World Order is not now.  The next big thing on God’s agenda is the Rapture of the Church – those who have repented of their sins and have accepted Jesus, the Son of God, God in the flesh, as their Savior.


February 3, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – souce of information



Ohio’s Education Woes

By Bob Lattimer

On June 4, 2014, the Ohio General Assembly passed Am. Sub. H.B. 487, an education budget correction bill. The bill contains a provision that states“When the state board [of education] adopts or revises academic content standards in social studies, American history, American government, or science … the state board shall develop such standards independently and not as part of a multistate consortium.” This in effect disallows the state from adopting the Next Generation Science Standards (NGGS), as well as any future multistate standards in social studies. In passing H.B. 487, Ohio asserts its right to formulate its own K-12 education standards.

H.B. 487 also establishes “academic standards review committees” in four areas – English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. These committees are to review existing or proposed standards and statewide assessments for their appropriateness. Unfortunately, these seven-member committees will likely be highly political in nature, since the members are appointed by the governor, Senate President, House Speaker, state Superintendent, and Chancellor of the Board of Regents.

The legislature has also been concerned about a strong anti-Common Core movement in Ohio. In an attempt to ameliorate parents opposed to Common Core English and math standards, H.B. 487 contains a provision for each school district to establish a “parental advisory committee” or other method to review textbooks and other instructional materials. This requirement is unlikely to have much effect, however, since (a) most districts already have such a review process, (b) parental reviews seldom have much influence on selection of curricular materials, (c) districts are essentially forced to adopt instructional materials that are aligned with the state assessments, and (d) concern about Common Core goes much deeper than just textbook selection.

A strong anti-Common Core bill, H.B. 237, was introduced in mid-2013 by Ohio State Rep. Andy Thompson. This bill would effectively eliminate Common Core standards in the state, withdraw the state from the PARCC consortium, and institute measures to protect students and families from intrusive data collection. H.B. 237 has been stalled in the House Education Committee, due to the intransigence of committee Chairman Gerald Stebelton and House Speaker Bill Batchelder. The legislature is in recess until after the November election. There will be a short session at the end of the year during which the bill may still be considered.

On June 4, 2014, Rep. John Adams, Assistant Majority Floor Leader, announced that a “discharge petition” would be circulated to try to get H.B. 237 moving in the House. The discharge petition is a little used measure designed to address stalemates such as that engendered by H.B. 237. If a majority of House members (50 out of 99) sign the petition, the bill must be brought to the House floor for a vote. Rep. Adams and Rep. Thompson hope to gain the necessary signatures by November so that this important bill, with much grassroots support, can move forward.

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Wyoming House Rejects Common Core

The Wyoming House allowed the introduction of HB 97 on a 47-13 vote.  This is significant because they are currently in an appropriations session.  Any non-appropriations bill needs a 2/3 majority vote in order to be introduced during these short 20-day sessions.Wyoming_State_Capitol_Gold_Dome

This bill introduced by State Representative Tom Reeder (R-Casper) is, in my opinion, a very strong bill.

  • It forbids the state from joining any consortium where they would cede control of their assessments or standards.
  • It directs the state board to create a content and performance standards advisory council to advise them in “creating and adopting world class content and performance standards that will lead to a broad liberal arts education, resulting in college and career readiness for all students.”
  • It lists specific criteria of who the state board shall appoint to this council and what qualifications are required, as well as, criteria for subcommittees who will review the standards in different subject areas.  Teachers have to have 10 years of experience with five years of teaching experience in the subject matter being reviewed.  Also the council and subcommittees will have at least three parents appointed, and they can not be anyone who is qualified to be appointed in another paragraph in the bill – so basically saying the parents must not be part of the education establishment and actually represent parents.
  • It specifies the duties of the subcommittees and how they are to conduct their reviews.
  • This review will take place annually and before there are any changes in standards the state board of education must conduct a public hearing in every legislative district and present the proposed standards to the joint education interim committee and the Wyoming Legislature.  They shall also report to all Wyoming School District Boards of Trustees.
  • Then there is this —>> “content and performance standards that are not developed under the sole authority of the state of Wyoming or standards that use the same model framework developed primarily by entities other than the state of Wyoming shall not be adopted or implemented by the state board until expiration of a public comment period of at least one (1) year.”
  • HB 97 sets up criteria for district and statewide assessments, and what data cannot be collected.  They also forbid any sharing of personally identifiable information outside the state.  They also forbid it within unless it meets strict criteria.
  • It outlines conditions that must be met by the Federal government before any data can be released as a condition of receiving a Federal grant.
  • This bill directs the Wyoming State Board of Education to withdraw from the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium.

This bill was co-sponsored by State Representatives Lynn Hutchings (R-Cheyenne), David Miller (R-Riverton), and State Senators Dan Dockstader (R-Afton) and Larry Hicks (R-Baggs).

Update: I spoke with Kelly Simone who was involved lobbying at the Wyoming House today.  Since it is an appropriations session there are a few more hoops this bill needs to go through.

  1. It needs to be heard in the Wyoming House Education Committee.
  2. It needs to be read three more times in the Wyoming House.
  3. Then it goes to the Senate.

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Conservative opportunities for OSBE – 2014

The following positions for Ohio State Board of Education will be available for election/re-election in 2014.  Prayerfully consider if the Lord would have you to run for the SBE and contact Ohioans for Educational Freedom, a Political Action Committee that coordinates election campaigns for the State Board of Education. They have helped elect five members and assist in appointing one member to this important board.

Map of SBE districts:


District 2 – Erie, part of Fulton, Huron, Lorain, Lucas, Wood
District 3 – Most of Butler, part of Darke, Miami, Montgomery, and Preble
District 4 – Small part of Butler, Hamilton, Warren
District 7 – Ashtabula, Geauga, Portage, part of Summit, Trumbull and part of Lake
District 10 – Adams, Brown, Clark, Clermont, Clinton, Fayette, Gallia, Greene, Highland, Jackson, Lawrence, Madison, part of Pickaway, Pike, Ross, Scioto, and most of Vinton
At Large – Four At-Large seats will  be available for the governor-elect to appoint!
In 1995, Gov. Voinovich requested the General Assembly change the Ohio Revised Code to reflect a “hybrid” board of mostly elected and partially appointed by gov. It was all elected, previously. The General Assembly complied and since it has been eleven elected and eight appointed
The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.  Edmund Burke


Be informed, then be involved!

The Liberal War on Homeschooling

The Progressive War On Homeschooling

Written by: Tara Dodrill Politics June 4, 2013 0

Homeschooling families are the latest to become the target of the liberal attack on individual liberties. Millions of folks once legally immigrated to America because of the multitude of freedoms which were drafted into the Constitution by our Founding Fathers. Today, millions of people still come across the border, but to partake in the benefits of an increasing socialistic society where personal liberties are being squashed at an alarming rate.

Progressives have been fighting the rights of parents to educate their children at home since the early years of the 20th century. The fight to keep children under government control and within the public school system has not ebbed. The liberal dislike of homeschooling was quite evident in the Romeike case. As previously noted byOff the Grid News, the legal immigrants from Germany were granted asylum in the United States, only to have it yanked away by the Obama administration.

The couple would likely lose custody of their six children if sent back to Germany where homeschooling was ruled illegal by Adolf Hitler (the law has never been changed). Uwe and Hannelore Romeike are a deeply religious couple who want to govern how their children learn and be the primary influence in their lives. The Romeike family, like many Americans, consider religious freedom and the ability to parent extremely important, but Eric Holder and President Obama appear to vehemently disagree.

A 2010 report by the National Home Education Research Institute revealed that nearly 2 million students were educated at home. The homeschool community reportedly grows by 2 percent to 8 percent on average every year. The increased desire to opt out of the public education system is bad news for unions, and quite realistically, the primary reason why the Obama administration does not want to set a precedent in the Romeike case. When children are educated at home, they cannot be indoctrinated with a liberal mindset (unless the parents so choose) and therefore another possible reason behind the far-left’s continued opposition to homeschooling.

Liberals simply cannot dispute the effectiveness of homeschooling on academic grounds. A recent report citing educational statistics compiled by The Blaze Assistant Editor Sharon Ambrose clearly illustrates the academic prowess of homeschooled students. An academic achievement test scores comparison chart shows that homeschooled students score between the 84th and 89th percentile in all core subjects – public school students average in the 50th percentile across the board.

The Harding family was recently featured on Fox and Friends. The retired military father and his stay-at-home wife homeschool their ten children, six of which entered college at age 12. The eldest daughter recently became the youngest doctor in the United States—she is 22. The Harding family plans to send the remaining youngsters to college before they become teenagers as well. The children are not geniuses and the parents told Fox viewers that all children can obtain similar academic success via a quality homeschool curriculum.

Even though homeschool success rates continue to soar, many states strictly regulate and dismiss parental requests to leave the public school system. Just 11 states allow parents to homeschool their children without any type of formal notification process. A total of 13 states require parents to simply notify the state of the decision to homeschool before nixing the idea of publication education. All but one of such states is located in the West and in the South.

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The majority of states with either moderate or high regulation of homeschooling are along the East Coast. Not surprisingly, the states which place the most hurdles in front of parents are union and Democrat strongholds.

The homeschooling movement began to take shape during the 1970s. Liberals who wanted to escape the constraints of society moved onto communes and conservative families concerned about infusing morality into the educational process began teaching their children at home during this era. Although both groups approached homeschooling from entirely different perspectives, they collectively laid the groundwork for the burgeoning academic alternatives available today.

As is often par for the course, the allegedly tolerant left viciously attacks parents who choose to homeschool their children. During the 2012 Presidential campaign, Bill Maher had this to say about Rick Santorum’s decision to teach his children at home:

“Rick Santorum homeschools his children because he does not want them eating that f*****g apple. He wants them locked up in the Christian madrassa that is the family living room, not out in the public where they could be infected by the virus of reason.”

The concept of reason must be apparently twisted into an unrecognizable definition when processed via a liberal mind. The Harding family is a perfect example of why the seclusionary stereotype is inaccurate. Parents afraid to have their children influenced at all by the outside world would surely not send their preteens onto a college campus.

New Republic writer Leon Wieseltier considers homeschooling a demented idea and chastises parents who feel they are qualified to teach their own children while “keeping them from the world.”

Hundreds of thousands of homeschool students are mingling with their public school peers in scouting programs, 4-H, dance classes—the list could go on and on. Off-grid and homesteading families living far from traditional communities likely cannot organize such activities frequently, but that does not mean they are raising feral children shielded entirely from society either.

Dana Goldstein of Slate wrote an article entitled, “Liberals, Don’t Homeschool Your Kids: Why Teaching Children at Home Violates Progressive Values.” Goldstein said this in her pro-progressive education piece:

“Government is the only institution with the power and scale to intervene in the massive undertaking of better educating American children.”

Hmmm … I don’t recall the Founding Fathers putting either such a mandate or such confidence in the government to do any such thing. George Washington University Law professor Catherine Ross had this to say in her anti-homeschooling academic article:

“The state can and should limit the ability of intolerant home-schoolers to inculcate hostility to difference in their children.”

The left’s push to demonize homeschooling parents and push for more government control of youth extends to Emory University law professor Martha Albertson as well. An excerpt from Albertson’s article on the subject reads:

“The risk that parents or private schools unfairly impose hierarchical or oppressive beliefs on their children is magnified by the absence of state oversight or the application of any particular educational standards. The more appropriate suggestion for our current educational dilemma is that public education should be mandatory and universal.”

The most common reasons parents listed for opting to homeschool, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, include the desire to offer moral or religious instruction, concerns about the safety of the school environment, subpar public school academic instruction, distance from school, and a desire to offer a non-traditional approach to learning. Demographics statistics note that 77 percent of homeschooled students are white and 89 percent of such students come from a two-parent home. The most recent statistics offered by the national center date back to 2007.

Read Founding Fathers Christian principles in education, government, and the public affairs of the nation.

My daughter went to an amazing elementary school. The rural educational facility offered a well-rounded curriculum and did not “teach to the test.” Teachers were still permitted to inspire their students with fun, yet educational, hands-on extension activities, field trips, and experiments. The middle school experience was slightly less stellar. Half of the teachers were dedicated and actively engaged with the students, but the other half sat behind their desks and used ditto sheets to introduce academic material. The principal was a retired Marine, who kept the facility safe and demanded a professional demeanor from staff and respect from the students.

The downward public educational spiral began for us during the high school years. My daughter was a good student involved in extra-curricular sports and clubs. Once again, there were some awesome teachers, but the ones who did not fall into that category left a whole lot to be desired. Fights occurred weekly, drug use and heavy partying became the norm, even among students who were equally good students and involved in positive activities. I heard likable and educated educators using phrases such as “I seen,” and “I haven’t ate yet.” Two teachers from the high school (one male and one female) had sexual affairs with students—one went to prison and the other quietly resigned and went to a juvenile detention facility to teach a whole classroom full of potential victims.

By the middle of my daughter’s junior year, we decided to make a change. She began attending an online charter school. She finished all of her remaining high school courses by the end of the same academic year (and the charter school had more requirements for graduation than the public school). During summer break, she began taking dual credit college courses. She spent her entire senior year on the college campus. By the time she technically graduated a few weeks ago, she had a year and a half of an Associate’s Degree completed at no cost. In Ohio, the PSEO program allows students who meet the academic threshold to take dual and full credit college courses at no cost, books and fees included. With such a wonderful program in existence, one would think more parents would take advantage of the college option, but they do not. Public schools do little to nothing to promote the PSEO program because allotted tax dollars for the child’s education follow them to the college.

The institutions of higher learning offer courses at a discounted rate to be approved for the PSEO program. Students who are unable to drive the 35 miles required to reach the nearest college campus are often refused approval by their host school to take online classes. The reasons for the refusals vary, but typically involve reluctance by schools to believe the students are responsible enough to keep up with online classes. All students have at least one study hall, a perfect time to send students to the library to participate in a supervised online learning experience.

American parents who want their children to be exposed to more than the lowest common denominator educational experience offered by most public schools should continue to have the right to homeschool or select an online charter experience.

How do you feel about homeschooling and the liberal opposition to the academic alternative?



Does U.N.’s Agenda 21 Education Mandate Push Common Core in USA?

Third  mcguffey readerDoes U.N.’s Agenda 21 Education Mandate Push Common Core in USA?.

An ‘educational article on the dummy-down of the American education system.

The need to wither privatize or home-school is imperative if we expect to nurture a generation of learned adults..


Exploring the Origins of the Common Core

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Jim Martinez decided to research the sources of the Common Core State Standards. Given their importance as a redesign of the nation’s highly decentralized education system, we can expect to see many more such efforts to understand the origins of this important document.

“Engaging the nonsense – a brief investigation of the Common Core”

A teacher asked me where the Common Core came from, another suggested that I “teach” the Common Core in my Master’s degree level courses.

So my curiosity got the best of me and I spent some time understanding something about Common Core from my perspective as a scholar and educator.

My first discovery is that the Common Core is a political document. That may seem fairly obvious, but what I mean is that there is an identifiable political ideology and history that has contributed greatly to the current document. I’ve attached a link to document that…

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