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Cal Gov Slips $1.6 BILLION to Common Core Promoters


2nd Attempt to Silence Blogger + Animal Book Excerpt

 

Cover of New Book
Cover of New Book by Rev. Austin Miles

MilesTones*In Praise of Obama

Paying to be Indoctrinated

Paying to be Indoctrinated

Topeka : KS : USA | May 23, 2014 at 2:33 PM PDT
 
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Nikita Khruschev "We Will Bury You"

by Rev.Austin Miles

Paying to be Indoctrinated

Paying to be Indoctrinated

Topeka : KS : USA | May 23, 2014 at 2:33 PM PDT
 
YouTube Video by Marshall Poe
Nikita Khruschev "We Will Bury You"

by Rev.Austin Miles

Breaking! The Mark Now Implemented!

Breaking!

And, Even More Assaults on the First Amendment…

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The James Rosen incident is indicative of a trend, in recent years, of chipping away at First Amendment rights. In the Rosen case, the Justice Department claimed that it did not violate the press freedom of the Fox News Correspondent  as he isn’t press. Instead, the DOJ argued, he was an “aider and abettor and/or co-conspirator” in a spy ring for having receiving classified information about North Korea from an intelligence analyst.

Evidence of Rosen’s spying consisted of an e-mail to Rosen’s source stating that he wanted to break “news ahead of my competitors” and that they could “expose muddle-headed policy when we see it—or force the administration’s hand to go in the right direction, if possible.”

Did Hugo Chavez Die a Christian?

Did Hugo Chavez Die a Christian?

Caracas : Venezuela | Mar 05, 2013 at 9:19 PM PST
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Privacy-Killing Executive Order Expected Soon From Obama

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) is back, albeit with expected revisions.  CISPA author Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD and co-author Chairman Mike Rogers (R-MI) are planning to reintroduce the bill in the House.  But, this time they are working in conjunction with the White House in order to avoid a veto from President Obama.

When CISPA was first introduced, it passed in the House but was shelved after the Senate began work on its own cybersecurity bill.  Adding to the mix, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has urged Congress to come up with legislation governing areas of cyber security so that individuals’ personal information can be shared between the private sector and the government.  Napolitano hopes that this will help prevent cyber attacks on infrastructure that is critical to U.S. national security.

Obama’s New White House Chief of Staff Key Player in Benghazi Debacle

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President Obama has announced key White House posts, including the appointment of Deputy National Security Advisor and former fellow at the Center for American Progress, Denis McDonough, as White House Chief of Staff.  The other posts are listed below:

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