Schools are increasingly invading student privacy both in school and outside of school. Are schools grooming youth to passively accept a surveillance state where they have no expectation of privacy anywhere?
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This is a series examining an article in the Lincoln Journal Star on July 4 entitled “Whose side are the Founding Fathers on?” Just click one of the titles to read Shelli Dawdy’s response: the first part: “The Founding? Move Along Folks, Nothing to See There. Onward Progress!” or second part:
“Efforts to Muddle History of the Founding Don’t Change Its Facts.” or third part: “Whose Side ARE the Founders On? Easy.” An additional follow-up to the series can be found here: Ignorance is Bliss? No. Ignorance is Ignorance.
When considering how to get out of the way of the growing red ink tsunami gushing out of D.C., one of the first questions that comes to mind is what states can do about it. Many federal programs could be rejected by states, but they aren’t. Obviously, they want the money. Prior governors and legislators have opted to accept federal funds in an effort to tout how much they accomplish while in office, handing the strings and increased obligations to the next set of officials.
++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING++ ANNOUNCEMENT++ BILLIONS IN NEW FEDERAL DEBT FOR LOCAL EDUCATION++ BROGDON ENDORSES FALLIN, WHAT ABOUT HIS SUPPORTERS?++ HAS THE ATTACK ON KEVIN CALVEY FINALLY STARTED?++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING Our 12…
On August 12, 13, 14, 2010, the new forces of freedom will return to Valley Forge to meet, network, learn, train and prepare to stand against the growing American government threat that is destroying our economy, our currency, our free enterprise system and our ability to be free in our personal lives. Continue reading →
Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
‘That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,’ said the Cat
a quote from Alice in Wonderland
with post primary election analysis by Kaye Beach aka Axxiom
http://axiomamuse.wordpress.com/2010/07/28/post-primary-blues-the-ches-cat-points-the-way/ Continue reading →
Oklahoma Tenth Amendment Resolution Rally remarks by Ryan Underwood on March 21, 2009 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Continue reading →
It is worth noting that people working to restore the republic have been involved in all phases of the primary season and are working hard to elect people with constitutional limited government principles, so in one sense this is a formal way of letting everyone know who we have been helping and working with this season.
Candidates in the Spotlight in OK GOP Primary Races 2010 Continue reading →