Tuesday, July 31, 2007

The Trojan Horse in our Schools

I read an article one time that I will never forget. It asked the question, "How will America hand over our precious freedom when we have been blessed with it for all of these years?" The answer? Our children. This age and agenda want our children. If they have our children, they have our freedom. A Trojan horse has now entered our schools. We didn't even know it was there. It is full of ideas, and agenda's that have now let loose on our children. This email below is haunting to me. It is time we take action, and take our schools back.

July 31, 2007
NEA begins massive drive to promote homosexuality in public schools
Is it time for a school voucher program?Without allowing members to vote on the matter, the executive committee of the National Education Association (NEA) decided to advance aggressively the homosexual agenda. The decision was made at the association's annual meeting in Philadelphia.
First, the committee voted to put the weight of the NEA behind an effort to pass federal hate crimes legislation, a measure that would greatly expand federal power and lead to the silencing of moral opposition.
Second, the executive committee voted to boost the NEA's Web site to "include all resources" devoted to homosexual causes.
The third resolution urged NEA members to push to make sexual orientation training a requirement for earning a license to teach.
They continued their financial support of homosexual groups.
Click here for report from OneNewsNow.com. Click here for the report of the NEA Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Caucus.
It matters little to the NEA that Johnny may be unable to read and write, as long as he learns to support same-sex marriage.
Take Action
Given the opportunity, would you favor giving a voucher to students, allowing them to choose the school of their choice? Because the voucher would be given directly to the student, there would be no violation of the church and state issue.

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Don't miss Values Voters Debate

You know that I'm one for taking action, so I'll cut straight to the chase. There's a big event coming up and you need to be a part of how it's going to re-shape America. What: The GOP Values Voters Presidential Debate When: Sept. 17, 2007 Where: Fort Lauderdale, Fla. We've heard the questions from talking snowmen. We've gotten the crumbs that fell from Chris Matthews. Now it's our turn. It's time the candidates answer questions from the largest voting block in America: the values voters. Yes, the values voters. Even with two-thirds (19 million) of the evangelical Christian eligible voters sitting on the bench in the last presidential election, we "values voters" still made up the largest voting block in the country. There's no debating that. Doesn't matter how fringe or extreme the media tries to portray us – according to the National Election Pool exit poll, in 2004 the evangelical vote constituted 36 percent (over a third) of Bush's voters – up 10 percent from 2000. Where: Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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Friday, July 27, 2007

Hours wasted over needless Debate in Indiana

The following was released yesterday from the Family Research Council. Last session, the Indiana Legislators fell prey to the fear monger. They did not have the courage to stand up for traditional marriage because of the plan from the "same sex" activist planting fear in several Legislators. State Representative Terri Austin did a 360 and voted against marriage, quite contrary to her promise to her voters.

All eyes were on Ohio yesterday, as both sides of the marriage debate held their breaths for a ruling on a domestic violence statute that some have argued might run afoul of the new state marriage amendment. A man accused of assaulting his live-in girlfriend had argued that he couldn't be charged with domestic violence because the state's marriage amendment bars Ohio from "assigning legal status to unmarried couples." The state supreme court disagreed, ruling 6-1 that the domestic violence law's protections are available to victims of criminal acts regardless of their legal status. Fortunately, the decision was a victory in both protecting people from domestic violence and upholding the state's marriage amendment. It may also save other states from similar suits, as same-sex activists planned to use this loophole as grounds to question the wisdom of other amendments. You may remember that in Indiana earlier this year state Rep. Terri Austin (D) used the same rationale to single-handedly sabotage a vote on a marriage amendment. She switched sides at the 11th hour, citing concern that a vote for marriage was a vote to weaken the state's domestic violence laws. Now that a state supreme court has proved her wrong, we urge Austin to change course and, most importantly, fulfill her promise to protect marriage as she vowed to do in the first place.

It's time we DEMAND that the Indiana Legislators put marriage first, and bring SJR7 to the floor for a FULL VOTE, and take it to the people!

Thursday, July 26, 2007

Bauer Playing Politics with our Families

Who will stand up for our families? Who will be willing to go against the political "PC" and listen to the family's begging for some tax relief? After Representative Walorski's decision to go against the flow of even her own party, Speaker Patrick Bauer decided to repsond to her leadership with the following...

"But Speaker B. Pat Bauer says her plan to eliminate the property tax is impossible.“You would have to eliminate local schools and/or local government, local police and local fire,” he explained. “Or you would have to replace that property tax with another source of revenue, and the only two sources of revenue on the state level that raise any money are sales and income [taxes].”

Mr Bauer, I ask you, where are our Seniors going to go when they cannot pay their massive Property tax bills? This is imoral, and to me... criminal for those who have worked hard to pay thier mortgage, to loose their homes to the Government if they can't pay the piper. Things need to change quickly... and Mr. Bauer I have news for you. THERE IS A SOLUTION. There is a permenant solution if you take your political hat off, and work together. It is time to stop passing blame, and start responding to our families. It has been reported that Representative Walorski's drive for signatures for Property tax reform is bringing over 100 signatures an hour. Mr. Bauer, listen to those signatures.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Walorski leads the way!

Indiana has a crisis. A property tax crisis. People are in a panic. Until July 9th, no other Republican stood up until State Representative Jackie Walorski paved the way, and made a DECLARATION in Elkhart Indiana, that we have a TAX crisis, and called on the leaders to listen to the people! She called upon legislative leaders to pave the way for a complete overhaul of the tax system. She is leading the state in this call for a complete reform and PERMANENT reform of the tax system. I am so glad she had the courage to go against the flow!

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Adolescent America

Janet Folger skewers us for singing, "Me, me, me, me!" Here's an ex: "I want everyone to like me." As the old saw goes, "Never mind about me! What do YOU think of me?"

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Monday, July 9, 2007

Syria prepares for war against Israel

Syria prepares for war against Israel to divert attention from Syria's killing of Lebanese officials (Hariri, etc.).

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