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Tag: "children"

Thank You Sen. Thomas Carper, For Hearing The Voice Of The Children

It is not too often that I can actually say I am proud of an elected Government Official. It is even more rare that I am able to say I am proud of a Democrat in office, much less a Democrat Senator. Today, I am so proud of Senator Thomas Carper, a Democrat Senator from […]

Too Many Meds for Foster Kids?

ABC News Exclusive Report with Diane Sawyer, on a report which will be released this Thursday by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). The report is the findings of a two-year-long investigation of psychiatric medications being prescribed to foster children at an alarming rate. Fives states were involved in the investigation– Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, Oregon and […]

Occupy Protestors Use Kids As Human Barricades In D.C.

I have no idea why occupy protestors have found their approval ratings dropping with mainstream Americans.  Maybe videos like this can shed light… What do you guys think?  Is this how a “protest” should be done?  Is it ever okay to use kids as human barricades?  And how many stories like this will it take […]

Wake Up, America!

“Wake Up America” is the newest painting by Jon McNaughton. Mr. McNaughton is truly a gifted artist. “We are enslaved to our debt! Wake up, America… before it’s too late.”  Jon McNaughton On the YouTube description, Mr. McNaughton has written these words: Rich Mitchell is the Sr. Managing Editor of Conservative Daily News. His posts […]

Are We Really Free?

In this article by Richard F. Miniter, titled “Who Will Save New York? Herman Cain?” the topic of being over-taxed is addressed, but it goes much deeper than that. He addresses the concept of true freedom. We are losing our freedom every day, and one form of bondage is being taxed, taxed, and then taxed again to […]

Courageous! The Movie

I am not one for going to the movie theater, preferring instead to watch movies from the comfort of my own couch. It just makes logical sense to me. It does not cost a drop in the bucket what the cost of going to a movie theater costs these days. I can have all the […]

Planned Parenthood: The Genocide Machine

  gen·o·cide [jen-uh-sahyd] noun The deliberate and systematic extermination of a national, racial, political, or cultural group. Some might say that genocide is too strong of a word to use when talking about Planned Parenthood, but the truth is the truth. From the beginning of what eventually became the Planned Parenthood we know today, the eradication […]

Attaaaackkkk Waatttcchhhh! Snitches Dig Ditches

Yesterday the Obama Twitter team proudly tweeted the creation of the pro-Obama defensive website, Attackwatch.com . Immediately the Twittersphere exploded with the use of the hashtag #AttackWatch, but most likely not in the way the Obama team had hoped.  The poorly designed Attack Watch website bills itself as a site to counter “right wing” attacks […]

Everything In Life Is A Choice

After the CNN/Tea Party debate in Florida, Wolf Blitzer interviewed Michele Bachmann one-on-one, and asked her specifically about the HPV vaccination issue that became one of the main topics during the debate. One statement Congresswoman Bachmann made in her response was: A little girl doesn’t get a do-over once she gets the vaccination. While this […]

Erring On The Side Of Life

During the CNN/Tea Party debate in Florida, one topic in particular became the focal point of attack on Texas Governor Rick Perry. Congresswoman Bachmann, in particular, went on the offensive against Governor Perry on this issue. While Governor Perry said that his decision had been wrong, and he would not make the same decision again, […]

GOP Debate Moves From Ponzi Scheme To Vaccinations

Tonight was the CNN/Tea Party GOP Presidential Candidate Debate in Florida. Let’s talk about the positives. As a viewer at home, this format was one of the best so far. It was very helpful to have the topic being discussed and the question printed so clearly at the bottom of the screen. While Wolf Blitzer […]

"Hello, My Name Is…" Gaming Site for Kids Launches

TopCoder, DARPA Launch NoNameSite.com CS-STEM Gaming Site for Kids GLASTONBURY, Conn., Sept. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — TopCoder®, Inc., today announced the launch of NoNameSite.com, an innovative game site and community for inspiring computer science, science, technology, engineering and math skill development in middle school and high school students. NoNameSite.com was developed and is maintained by TopCoder with the support of […]

Thousands of Homeschooling Families Expected to Attend Southeast Homeschool Convention in South Carolina, March 2012

CINCINNATI, Sept. 8, 2011 – Great Homeschool Conventions, Inc. (GHC) is gearing up for a series of five regional homeschool conventions across the U.S. in 2012. First up: the Southeast Homeschool Convention, March 22-24, 2012, at the TD Convention Center in Greenville, South Carolina — and with a homeschool curriculum exhibit hall, hundreds of homeschooling […]

"We Shall Never Forget 9/11: The Kids’ Book of Freedom" – Education or Hate?

We are just days away from the 10th anniversary of the day that changed America. September 11, 2001, started off bright and beautiful for America, just as any other day. However, before the day really got started good, that bright and beautiful day turned into a very dark day. Two thousand, eight hundred and nineteen […]

ACA of Texas Offers Financial Literacy Tips for Parents

AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 30, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — With Texas students from kindergarten to college heading back to school, adding financial literacy to your child’s curriculum this fall can teach invaluable skills for today and in the future. “It’s never too early or too late to talk with your kids about personal finances,” said ACA of TexasPresident Jack Fischer. As outlined in USA […]