Category Archives: Government

Dear Republicans: Do your job. KILL COMMON CORE.

Dear Republicans recently elected and those who were re-elected,

Do your job. Kill Common Core.

You effectively own this fundamentally flawed experimental and deceitful mess, now you need to clean it up.

Wake. UP.

Republican Governors, who are part of the National Governors Association and are part owners of the copyrighted Common Core, I’m talking to YOU. Common Core lost at the ballot box last week. To borrow from Engvall, ‘THERE’S YOUR SIGN!’

To our representatives and senators in Congress – stop all the hemming and hawing.

KEEP READING… THERE’S MORE… Continue reading

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Barber Accuses GOP of Race-baiting by Holding Him Accountable To His Own Demands

Reverend Barber’s deck is all race cards.

Now his own agenda and words, when applied to those who follow and support him are also racist. See how that works?

Rev. Barber: HOW DARE YOU USE MY OWN AGENDA AND WORDS AGAINST ME?! http://t.co/3JsPgwhaNE #ncpol #ncga #MoralMonday #LOL

— LL1885 – A.P. Dillon (@LadyLiberty1885) November 4, 2014 Continue reading

Posted in BlueprintNC, Democrats, Elections, HEH, LadyLiberty1885, Moral Monday, Random Musings, Reverend Barber | Tagged ,

Where In NC Is Clay Aiken?

Well, Bill Maher knows where Aiken is on his lack of campaigning with Obama, but where in NC is Clay Aiken? Literally, where in NC does Aiken actually live?

Take a walk through time with me?

November 2009
Aiken forced to remove himself from Wake County voter rolls. He was registered to vote at his mom’s address in Chatham county. (Related – ABC 11 – 2009)

KEEP READING… Aiken’s trail of addresses and registrations is lengthy. Continue reading

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“More With Four” Democrat Keeps Omitting Her Job, Moral Monday Support

Over the last month, I’ve pointed out the issues with the four people Democrats are putting up as Wake County Commissioner candidates. The News and Observer has done everything possible to portray these four in the best light possible; from not mentioning their inexperience, to their Moral Monday support and conflicts of interest.

I zeroed in on one of them before, Jessica Holmes. Ignore for a moment she has zero experience with multi-billion dollar budgets, growth planning or much of what is called for in a County Commissioner. Look at what she’s not saying.

In speaking engagements, online promotions and social media, Ms. Holmes neglects to tell people she is a Moral Monday supporter and speaker, as well as an NCAE attorney.

If Ms. Holmes is elected, will she be recusing herself from education related items or will she be quitting her job at the NCAE?

I ask this question about recusal because of her strident education activism at the NCAE and her involvement with the Moral Monday crowd on the topic.

See it for yourself.

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Sandy Hook Commission Wants Homeschools Monitored

From my “I told you so” files:

Under a new law proposed this week by Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy’s Sandy Hook Advisory Commission, every homeschooling parent with a child who has been labeled with a behavioral or emotional problem would be forced to submit to a host of strict, burdensome regulations. – Daily Caller

Uh, come again? Who does the labeling? Using what criteria? What does this have to do with education? Nothing. This is nothing more than a means of tracking you and your kid.

Flashback:
Holder’s DOJ: ‘No Fundamental Right To Homeschool’

DOJ Refuses Asylum to German Family Persecuted For Homeschooling

Related Read: So Why Be Concerned About the Data Tracking of Personally Identifiable Information? A Congressional Candidate Tells You Why. Continue reading

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