And he failed, shot himself. and died a coward! History will repeat itself.. the good will overcome evil.. it always has and always will! How many of you here still send your kids to public schools or worse college? Nothing in this world is as important as our children who are being indoctrinated day in and day out. We have the power to shut down the school system.. until they teach the truth... but we don't! We make all sorts of excuses.. how important are our children? More important than any job, more important than any house, car or monetary thing in the world. And yet some still send their kids to public schools! To be brainwashed! Lord help our kids!
 May 3, 2015 at 12:33pm
It nice to hear your feeling better.
May 2, 2015 at 10:37am
Tax Exempttions… legalized bribery and extortion.
Nationalization of business.
You really need to elaborate on that quick rant. Or is it expand the "tree", hmm? I can often mince words (or is it parse them?) but I can get by with it. "Practice, practice, practice....See what I mean?
 May 2, 2015 at 10:33am
What does the owner of the CVS store that got burned down call that area of Baltimore?
That area of Baltimore that would not allow the fire department to put out the fire?
That area of Baltimore where city officials would not allow the police to protect that and other businesses?
Those children were taught that level of morality because the city of Baltimore wanted them to be taught that level of morality. The City of Baltimore begin prepare their citizens for this moment in time decades ago.
We tend to reap what we sow.
 May 2, 2015 at 10:22am
The people in Baltimore worked 10 years to get CVS to do buisiness in that neighborhood, that is the drug store that was burned down on the first day of protests.
The question now seems to be will CVS rebuild a store in that neighborhood? Or stop doing business in that neighborhood? Bigger company, same kind of policy.
How much “business” can a company afford if the customer doesn’t pay for what they “buy”?
Its been a long time since K-12 compulsory attenence public schools taught virtues, morality, integrity and had a Bible in their school library. Remember when schools most were administrated by local churches? We don’t have that problem anymore.
Remember when the Great Society picked four of the most prosperous cities in the United States to demonstrate what centalized, government funded education could do? These Model Cities are call Detroit, Camden, Newark and Oakland. Baltimore and most of the rural communities across the United States are more examples of what centralized, government funded, nationalized education can do.
The United States is ranked 20th and worse against the rest of the world in education. Teach at least morals, ethics and virtues.
Lets at least learn how to give our word and have it means something.
 April 30, 2015 at 12:20am
Shame can only be experienced by the aware. Kind of like colors being experienced by the color blind.
April 30, 2015 at 12:11am
Is there a mirage or are we seeing a curtain being lifted behind the puppets exposing the puppeteers?
A few years ago there were a few voices barely loud enough to be heard. Lately there are enough voice for a choir.
“If we are not careful, our colleges will produce a group of close-minded, unscientific, illogical propagandists, consumed with immoral acts. Be careful, “brethren!” Be careful, teachers!” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 1947
 April 29, 2015 at 8:32am
Parents in Massachusetts were the first to loose their inalienable right to be parents, that happened in 1852.
Scholars returning for getting their advanced degrees in Europe, primarily Germany, came back with the idea that schools should be factories, children should be segregated by age and parents should defer to the State in preparing their children to become parents.
Today strangers are determining what you children study, eat and the clothes they wear. Each state in succession passed this compulsory education law with the last being Mississippi in 1917. Education has been on the decline since.
Our first clue education is on the decline appears in 1942 after years of monitoring and deliberation Iowa created their Basic Skills Test and for the next 25 years the scores improved. Then the funding resulting from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 reached our schools along with associated regulations and scores begin to fall. Bottom was reached in 1970 and scores have never improved since.
NAEP scoring has be repeatedly normalized yet scores remain flat. PISA scores, a comparison against other countries, continue to plummet.
Strangers care about their pay checks. Public education has turned into a $5, 000,000,000 dollar annual industry and the children of the United States are the victims of this fraud.
Adding...schools are funded by attendance. So compulsory attendance law mandate tax payers both use and fund this failing educational system..
 April 29, 2015 at 8:16am
The crux of the issue is who are the people responsible for preparing their children to be parents?
Is that a God given responsibility?
If you think your neighbor or a complete stranger cares more about your children’s education vote to keep the State in charge, vote to give up one of your inalienable rights to a stranger.
Otherwise, vote to take your children back, vote to repeal compulsory education.
 April 26, 2015 at 11:01pm
From 1620 through to 1917 education had two common themes; freedom of education was practiced as determined by the local community; education was administrated by local churches.
Today a collection of ancient writing one the philosophies on living and governing collected and publish in one book is censored from public schools.
Today a something needed by every person, moral and virtues, are no longer taught in public schools.
 April 26, 2015 at 10:02pm
Are we looking at two problems: the character of the person(s) submitting the tax form and the people in the government agency (IRS) responsible for auditing those forms.
There are two repeated themes; politicians abusing the responsibility and government agencies controlled by political appointees.
 April 25, 2015 at 1:36am
Marine… read the rest of the article. He passed 6 days later.
April 25, 2015 at 1:35am
Look in the mirror. We the People are in charge of this country. We just vote people into government offices to represent us.
We the people have allowed government agencies to make regulations with the power of law. Agencies that are headed by appointees and held accountable by no one.
Your lousy K-12 education was directed by a political appointee with an agenda.
 April 25, 2015 at 1:30am
We have been having care for veterans problems since the Article of Confederation and Perpetual Union days.
Got really bad during and after the Civil War.
Always the same issue, money. Who is getting the money that is being spent.
 April 17, 2015 at 9:11am
A political appointee is given your natural right to prepare your children to become the next generation of parents, just as government appointees did to you.
Ethics, virtues, morality are not taught, the Bible is censored from school libraries and this lady’s behavior is an example of the best of the best’s graduate.
Administrators of this education system, trained by this system, claim today’s parents lack the level of education needed to train their children to be effective parents.
[-1] April 15, 2015 at 12:33am
Imagine your are a business owner.
How do you find employees who meet your standards for your company?
Do you defer your standards to the dictates of third party? Such that neither you, as the business owner, or the potential employee who has spent years educating themselves to be a valuable, skilled, moral being are the deciding vote in who becomes an employee and who decides the character of your business.
 April 15, 2015 at 12:21am
Politically Correct… how adults teach children to lie.
 April 14, 2015 at 11:26pm
The Senate just voted to decrease the value of your savings.
We are still borrowing 40% of the money we spend. Our monetized economy puts currency into circulation thus decreasing the buying power of your savings, the buying power of your pay check.
Is the senate vote good for your net worth?
 April 14, 2015 at 10:57pm
Same people who got us into this mess, We the People.
First we let political appointees set curriculum that is used to education the young, that would be all of us. Then as ill informed parents we allowed our local communities to accept federal funding with accompanying federal regulations.
Soon We the People in our local communities were dependent of federal dollars in the schools, the police forces, social services.
In the order of power, no government has more power than We the People. Unfortunately ignorant voters are the result of politically controlled compulsory education. As a result we tens of states who have no say determining the direction of government because they vote for the same political party decade after decade. Their political loyalty turns them into powerless citizens.