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It’s for the Children (Yeah, Right)

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How often do you hear school teachers saying, we do it for the children? It seems so often one may start to believe them. That is until you see the union teachers’ actions that show so blatantly that whenever teachers bring out the old worn out “it’s for the children” statement you should beware and look for the actions before you believe them.

Here’s their Mission Statement

The Steel Valley School District is rich in cultural diversity and unique in its heritage. The mission of the Steel Valley School District is for the school, home and community to collaborate to enable students to achieve academic standards, to encourage independent thinking and to become responsible citizens.

Keep this mission statement in mind

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Courts have falsely declared that “Trial by Jury” is no longer a fundamental right.

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by William Taylor Reil

In 1968, the majority on the U. S. Supreme Court declared in Duncan v. Louisiana, 391 U.S. 145 (1968) that unless an individual faces more than six months in jail or prison, the accused in not entitled to a trial by jury in a criminal case. After explaining at length how fundamental “trial by jury” was and is to the American system of justice, the Supreme Court stated that this right “granted” in the Sixth Amendment” of the “Bill of Rights” in the federal Constitution, and “applied” within the States through the [co-called] Fourteenth Amendment, only applies to “serous crimes”, not to “petty offences” (like “summary” criminal charges) by stating, in part, the following, starting at the bottom of

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Sen. Durbin Used Race to Block “Especially Dangerous” Latino Judicial Nominee

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by Judicial Watch

Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin has a lot of nerve to accuse Republicans of racism for delaying President Obama’s nominee for Attorney General considering he’s the only sitting senator who actually opposed a candidate specifically because of race. In fact, the veteran lawmaker referred to the judicial nominee as “especially dangerous” for, among other things, being “Latino.”

Additionally, Durbin has voted against several Republican presidential nominees who also happened to be ethnic minorities—Janice Rogers Brown, an African-American on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, the first African-American female Secretary of State. Durbin, who has represented Illinois in Congress since 1997, most certainly was never accused of being a racist for making

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Judicial Watch Gets Records That Show al Qaeda Terrorist May Have Been Govt. Source

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by Judicial Watch

Through Judicial Watch’s groundbreaking reporting on the narco-terrorists apparently freely crossing our borders, we released the disturbing records from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) that indicate an al Qaeda terrorist who helped plan several U.S. attacks-including plots to bomb Oprah Winfrey’s studios and detonate nuclear devices in multiple American cities-was a confidential source for the government (via our Corruption Chronicles blog):

His name is Adnan G. El Shukrijumah (also known as “Javier Robles”) and for years he appeared on the FBI’s most wanted list. In December JW reported that, despite being sought by the FBI, Shukrijumah crossed back and forth into the United States from Mexico to meet fellow militant Islamists in Texas. In fact,

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School cancels ‘American Pride’ themed prom after it’s deemed not ‘inclusive’

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by Kyle Olson at EAG News

LEXINGTON, Mass. – Lexington, Massachusetts may have played host to one of the first battles of the American revolution, but 240 years later, “American pride” is considered offensive to the school system.

Students on the dance committee at Lexington High School voted for “American Pride” to be the theme of this year’s prom, which was scheduled to be held April 10.

But administrators overruled that decision, saying it “excludes” other nationalities and canceled the dance.

Students swiftly and roundly criticized the move.

“People consider America to be a melting pot, so the fact that it was even considered offensive is what people are a little surprised about,” student Sneha Rao tells 7 News.

“It’s a little ridiculous,”

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Look Out Taxpayers, there’s a Public Pension Crisis in Pennsylvania and the Government wants you to fix it!

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This topic was discussed in previous articles and it is the most critical Pennsylvania government financial crisis. This crisis will have the most impact to every private sector taxpayer in every sense.

Remember PA companies like; Bethlehem steel, RCA and really big US companies like GM. Here’s the typical reason given why these companies went bankrupt. I’ll use an excerpt from The Daily News and a major reason that has led to many a companies demise.

Staggering legacy costs General Motors is straddled with the ‘legacy costs’ of providing healthcare and pensions to a host of retired workers, which cost GM millions of dollars every single year.

“When GM agreed to them, the company was lauded as an example of good corporate governance.

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For Local Charter School “Thinking Outside Of The Box” Isn’t Just A Slogan, It’s A Necessity

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On Sunday March 23rd The Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts held their 4th annual fashion show. This years show was titled “Thinking Outside of the Box” and it was evident from the beginning of the show that this was not just a slogan. The event began with attendees enjoying a cocktail hour featuring hors d’oeuvres served by students, a cheese and fruit table, a dessert table, and a cash bar. During the cocktail hour the soothing sounds of a jazz band consisting of students from the high school were heard playing in the background.

Around the outside of the cocktail room were tables displaying the wares of event sponsors, and in the center of the room tables were set up

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Republicans Poised to Rubber-Stamp Another Debt Ceiling Increase

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by Matt Welch at Reason.com

 

This is what you get with GOP control of Congress.

On Sunday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) reiteratedsomething that Republican leadership has been emphasizing since re-taking control of both houses of Congress:

“I made it very clear after the November election that we’re certainly not going to shut down the government or default on the national debt. We’ll figure some way to handle that. And hopefully, it might carry some other important legislation that we can agree on in connection with it,” McConnell said on CBS’ “Face the Nation.”

Yes, this is what you get with GOP control of the purse-strings: hopefully and might.

What happened to the Republican strategy of using the always-unpopular spectre of

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