Wonder what that’s about? That’s an actual website on my sidebar. It’s a must see! For some outrageous outtakes on current events…
You won’t be comatose after spending time at The People’s Cube.
Get a fresh outlook on the day….and life.
From the Phyllis Schafly report at Eagle Forum:
“What does Diversity mean to you? Same-sex marriage? Building a giant mosque on the 9/11 spot in New York? Elena Kagan on the Supreme Court?
To the largest teachers union, the National Education Association (NEA), diversity means celebrating the anniversary of the Communist takeover of China by Mao Zedong. The NEA posted this on its websitecalendar as a Diversity Event for October 1.”
You gotta read this report. Anyone with children in the public school system needs to really….well, I would take my kids out of it, but I know not everyone can do that. And I know that every teacher isn’t involved in this sort of nonsense…but it’s liberal creep.
The complete statement is “You know when Castro took power, none of us knew he was a Communist.”
This statement was made by a young Cuban refugee who migrated here in the 1960’s. His story is here in this article: Castro, Obama, and the Rule of Law.
It’s very eye opening. And very relative to the times we live in.
And if you don’t believe she loves Castro, I can find that quote too. These types of communist-loving people really should relocate out of this country because they no longer stand for nor appreciate the American value system, but instead try to denigrate and tear down any true representatives of American patriotism.
Note from the author…the word “teabagger” is actually the term for a sex act performed by homosexuals. It is a word that the left loves to use to denigrate and demean the tea party conservative movement. I had never heard of it (living the sheltered life that I do) and so I had to do some research, and I am quite sorry that now I know what that word means.
Run, don’t walk…right on over to NewsReal Blog and read Liz Blaine’s post about what one high school in Ohio is doing…they are recruiting high school students in a government class to join Barack Obama’s Organizing For America organization as interns. The students will study all kinds of radical writings, including Saul Alinsky’s Rules For Radicals. Here’s a copy of the curriculum intended for the students.
If this doesn’t have your blood boiling you aren’t alive. Where are the parents who will cry out against such an obvious move? What is the school board thinking? The next thing is the students will be spying on their parents and neighborhoods.
Saul Alinsky’s purpose? (And apparently Obama’s)
“[W]e are concerned with how to create mass organizations to seize power … We are talking about a mass power organization which will change the world…This means revolution.” [emphasis mine] – Rules For Radicals
The new year is here…time to get blogging again. I have been sick all through the holidays and am just now starting to feel human again. I was reading last night and felt the following is something to be pointed out.
Jeffrey Folks over at American Thinker paints a bleak picture of everyday life under communism in his article called Christmas Under Communism. He lived under it. I highly encourage you to read and ponder the whole column. I believe our government is showing us many signs that this is the path they want to set us on. Oh, maybe not on purpose (really?)…but the actions and attitude of Barack Obama’s administration are pointing this way. The following paragraph is only a brief excerpt. This is what a life of rationing basic necessities would look like. And don’t forget that communism has murdered millions of people. This is what the nanny state does to its citizens.
“Christmas was also accompanied by the unrelieved cold. The Communist state had guaranteed heating and electricity for all, just as it had guaranteed universal free medical care, but blackouts were frequent and long, and water shortages predictable: two days off, one day on. Every night, the heat was turned off at nine o’clock. I slept in a cold room under a mountain of blankets, sometimes lying awake as my breath rose like smoke in the moonlight. Then I got very sick, but I refused to be taken to the hospital for fear of being made sicker.”
Go here to read the whole column.