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The Fed has no business controlling the curriculum in public schools. That is a states' rights thing and the Fed should butt the hell out.
al Quada is championing the rebels cause. Sending arms to Syrian rebels would wide up in the hands of al Quada, so we should just stay out of the war. Look what happened in Egypt and Libya who were once are allies, and now they threaten Americans and Christians (and Israel) with their new Muslim regimes.
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Who's Tracking Your Children?

John4277 Wrote: May 31, 2013 9:05 AM
Another blow to taxpayers. This scanning process and the software and hardware required to maintain is very expensive, and for what purpose? The head of public education for the state and the county should be held accountable and be terminated for wasting taxpayers money intended to educate the children.. These school principals should be sued by the parents for unauthorized invasion of privacy and for not notifying the parents.
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When Did We Vote to Become Mexico?

John4277 Wrote: May 23, 2013 12:49 PM
Rubio has lost all chances for a 2016 presidential run. McCain is a sorry excuse for a Rupublican, and I no longer have any respect for him. He is a wuss and now bows down to the liberals. Illegals should not receive any benefits period. This is bankrupting our country and will keep unemployment higher than ever before.
Giving billions of dollars of foreign aid to Egypt makes me want to vomit vigorously. This is a country now controlled by The Muslim Brotherhood and no longer our ally. They have been killing Christians and hate all Infidels. The foreign aid money does not buy us friends (anyone read "The Ugly American"?) and the taxpayers money would be better served with jobs creation or debt reduction here in America.
With availability of the so-called morning after pill surgical abortions should be outlawed. These late term abortions are especially horrendous as the baby has already been completely formed and is alive and kicking in the womb. Roe vs Wade has allowed over 60 million babies to be murdered. Our culture is now worse than Sodom & Gomorrah ever was. This has a lot to do with our country's anti-religion trend.
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Trouble in the Nanny State

John4277 Wrote: Mar 14, 2013 6:25 PM
Right on Ann. An unwed teen who smokes at a landfill is better off than an unwed teen mom.
I liked his comments and the camera man did a good job. She is a beautiful women and the comments were justifiable. The game was getting boring and that helped to lighten it up. Apologize for what????
Obama has condemned word usages that denegrate the Muslim prophet but is ok with the anti-Christian rhetoric and slights on Jesus. He has proven that he is a Muslim with his words and his actions. He has pretended to be Christian in order to garner votes, but he is a Marxist Muslim who is destroying our culture and economy....and our freedom.
Romney failed to attack Obama and, like McCain, let the Dems do the attacking. Romney's biggest failure was his 3rd debate where he acted Wussy and agreed with Obama on a number if issues. When he did bring up the Bengazi incident the moderator cut in with untruths and Romney appeared taken aback and did not have facts put together to offset what the moderaator and Obama had said re; Obama saying it was a terrorist act. Romney should have been armed with the facts but wasn't prepared to continue. Obama needed a tongue lashing, but Romney failed to deliver. Ginrich would have fared much better in those debates that cost Romney the election.
According to Chinese records, there were supernova – or “guest stars” as the Chinese described them – that appeared in the sky right around the time when Jesus may have been born, in 4 and 5 BCE. But the fact that there’s a possible scientific explanation to what the Magi saw, doesn’t mean to Grosse that the event loses its transcendence. “The symbolism is apparent. A small clear light, on a cold dark night, in a sometimes cold and dark world, leads the wise to the message of Jesus. The message tells us to love each passenger who journeys with us on this small, fragile, planet Earth.”
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