March 26, 2014

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A video has surfaced depicting masked gunmen shooting from cars, full automatic weapons, while the addresses of those who voted for the Weapons Ban and confiscation in Connecticut flash on the screen. This fellow Patriots is Government baiting us into committing violence against the government, thus giving the public the perception Patriots are terrorists or just plain scary people with guns. I Say to you all, do not fall for this Nazi-style propaganda, The CIA, FBI and NSA have used similar tactics in other countries to bait the people into a rebellion to justify the American governments use of force to achieve the elitist's goals.

For far to long, the American Patriot has been used to further the 1%'s goals abroad, while sacrificing our young men and women at their benefit. Let those who abuse the system make the first aggression against the law abiding Patriot, let them be cast into the history books as the ones who betrayed their people and left no another option for the Patriot to take. Let them awaken the sleeping giant, let them realize the folly of their greed, lust for power and disregard for the Constitution.

Lastly, use your best judgement. A video like the one posted here, would be flagged in a matter of minutes and taken down if it was a real 3% video. Those who monitor, have made it and intend for it to remain available to the masses.


A second grader’s answers to a Common Core-aligned math worksheet were marked as incorrect because they weren’t “friendly” enough… even though they were the right answers.

A screenshot of the worksheet was posted to Twitter. The teacher wrote that even though the questions — addition and subtraction problems — were solved correctly, the student used the wrong technique to arrive at the answers.

“Correct answers, but let’s find the ‘friendly’ numbers,” wrote the teacher.
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The teacher wanted the student to solve “530 – 270 = ?” in the following manner: First, add 30 to both numbers, changing the problem to “560 – 300 = ?”. These numbers are the “friendly” numbers, because they are supposedly easier to work with.

The student, however, simply subtracted 270 from 530 the good old-fashioned way, arriving at the same answer. Unfortunately, this is not a Common Core-approved technique.

Though friendly numbers can be useful, the worksheet illustrates the weird priorities of Common Core, according to Twitchy:

In Common Core math, it often is not good enough to get the correct answer. Instead, students are required to show “higher order” thinking skills — in this case, use of the associative property. Yes, the associative property is important and should be taught at some point. Unfortunately, we suspect that many 7-year olds will not be able to understand this particular assignment.  With limited days in the school year, wouldn’t second graders — second graders! — be better off spending their time attempting to master the traditional subtraction algorithm?

The Daily Caller readers know that this is not the first Common Core worksheet to baffle young children and infuriate adults.

Why is the U.S. Military training in our cities? Martial Law, preparation for foreign invasion or something much worse?

 Remember the military have dozens of mock towns and cities to train in, I have personally seen a couple of them.
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