Published on May 11, 2018 by Clemson University
United States Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina addressed the Class of 2018 and offered words of wisdom inspired by his own life experiences.
Vice President Mike Pence delivered the 2018 Commencement Address at Hillsdale College. Vice President Pence is introduced at 28:39 of the following video by Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, an eloquent speaker.
Published on May 12, 2018 by Hillsdale College
Vice President Mike Pence addresses the Class of 2018 at Hillsdale College’s 166th Commencement on May 12, 2018.
There is a pattern here and as expected, all roads leading back to Barack Obama, Arne Duncan and Eric Holder’s so-called PROMISE program, of which is supposed to eliminate the “public school-to-prison pipeline.”
The PROMISE program is just another social justice illusion and as all things involving social justice, it does the opposite of what it label claims.
Enter the Parkland mass shooting that occurred earlier this year at Marjory Stoneman High School but since the PROMISE program is not really about anything but indoctrination and the enslavement of young minds, those who died during the mass shooting are considered in the eyes of those hiding their true agenda as collateral damage.
Fortunately, the truth has a habit of coming to light.
Published on May 11, 2018 by Stefan Molyneux
On Wednesday February 14th, 2018 at approximately 2:21pm, 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, killing 17 people and wounding 17 survivors.
While many immediately pushed for gun control in the aftermath of this horrible mass slaughter, recent information has made a strong case for a different change in policy.
In 2011-2012, Broward County Public Schools had 1,056 total student arrests – 71% for misdemeanor offenses. These were the highest overall numbers in the state of Florida.
After concerns over “students of color, students with disabilities and LGBTQ students” being “disproportionately impacted by school-based arrests” – the PROMISE program was created in 2013. Standing for Preventing Recidivism through Opportunities, Mentoring, Interventions, Supports & Education – the PROMISE program was specifically implemented in an effort to “eliminate the school-to-prison pipeline.” After the implementation of the PROMISE program, Broward County Public School arrests dropped from 1,056 students in 2011-2012, to only 392 during the 2015-2016 school year.
Below is an introduction to Tabitha Korol ‘s new book, Confronting The Deception: Inflamed by 9/11, fired up by eight bad years., available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle formats.
To those familiar with her essays and others not so much, Korol brilliantly dissects and exposes the threats within America’s borders such as Common Core, the Islamization of America and cultural marxist indoctrination in our educational institutions.
Since 9/11, the United States, Israel, and cultures that still value our freedoms have been fighting a battle of survival on several fronts. The ideology born out of the Islamic attempt to claim Ground Zero as its caliphate is still being fueled by the Shadow Government. The seriously deceptive media hides the truths about Islam’s invasion into other countries and our own, concealing the consequent tectonic changes in the intruded societies, with the result that America’s needs for urgent analysis and discussion are suppressed.
Academia, from kindergarten to university, is disinviting valuable speakers, and turning patriots into globalists. Curricula, textbooks and teaching methods are being changed, inspiration quenched, and competition discouraged by an equalizing grading system, engineering the children’s psyche to produce a compliant, nonproductive generation.
“Confronting the Deception” challenges the insidious propaganda with arguments supported by irrefutable facts. Korol exposes the gravity of the threats we face with copious links to Koranic quotes, historic accounts, and trustworthy documentation not available in any other single source, and reveals the mentality that creates the jihadi terrorist, in order to help the reader to navigate the distortions that are peddled as truths.
Deception is the modus operandi of Islam and the Left. We are being indoctrinated to disrespect and dislike America, to devalue our freedoms, and to cast aside the advancements we’ve made since our founding. The “Eight Years” have brought us an increase in divisiveness, intolerance, street violence, rapes, honor killings and FGM, combined with a drip-feed of false narratives to direct the thinking of the gullible. This book is an attempt to redress our endangered world by Confronting the Deception.
Available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle formats.
In my freshman year in high school, 1960, I participated in the Kentucky high school regionals of what was called The State Speech Festival. Organized like Spelling Bee competitions, the best of the best at the regionals would be selected and sent onto state finals a couple of weeks later. I can’t recall all the categories, but ever since I was in first grade, we would gather in the high school gym and watch our best performers, juniors and seniors, do their presentations; dramatic readings. poetry, etc.
Being part of the East Kentucky region, this was also where students were supposed to show state leaders that we knew the difference between “fire” and “far” and could say it out loud. Without pausing first.
Being a freshman, this was just a preparatory trip for me, and I was entered in “Extemporaneous Speaking” where students would draw from a hat a theme, be given 20 minutes to think on it and then give a three-minute talk. I reached into the book and pulled out “Federal Aid to Education, A good idea?”
Hell, I didn’t even know there was federal aid to education (which at the time there wasn’t) or that people were even fer it, or agin it. I paced and muttered for 20 minutes, then, when called, muttered my way through my presentation[…]