Thomas Jefferson

Obscure Diagnosis

Yes, we’re in flu season but that’s not the sort of disease to which I’m referring.  What I’m talking about is immune to any sort of preventive measures and has survived for thousands of years.  Antisemitism, the irrational hatred of the Jews, is a rising epidemic which is spreading around the world.

Blessed Be the Ties that Bind

A study of true American history will enlightened the reader to a direct correlation to Israel based on what America’s Founding Fathers faced when fleeing the tyranny of King George III as they sought a new life in what would become these “United States of America.”

"The Serpentine Wall" Outs Separation Myth

"The Serpentine Wall" Outs Separation Myth

Edison : NJ : USA | Jun 16, 2013 at 11:33 PM PDT
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Guest Columnist Jerry Newcombe on Election

Guest Columnist Jerry Newcombe on Election

Taxpayers Fund Occult Teachings in Charter Schools!

The public has unkowingly been funding the Waldorf-Method Charter Schools in the Sacramento area for more than a dozen years. Waldorf schools are located throughout the United States, some being private schools, but many are operated by local school districts including Sacramento City Unified, the lead defendant in a lawsuit.

Waldorf education is rooted in Anthroposophy, which was founded in the early 20th Century by an Austrian, Rudolf Steiner. His religion is a mish-mash of beliefs from Hindu reincarnation, European occultism, Norse mythology and a heretical form of Christianity. Steiner's teachings also reflect the racial superiority that gave rise to the Nazi regime.

Despite Steiner's blatantly racist views, teachers in Waldorf schools-including public schools-must attend training at Anthroposophical Institutions such as Rudolf Steiner College in Sacramento.

Brad Dacus, lead counsel for Pacific Justice Institute based in Sacramento has filed its opening brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, located in San Francisco, in a case that challenges the constitutionality of taxpayer funded charter schools that are based on occult teachings.

"We cannot have a constitutional double-standard where mainstream Judeo-Christian beliefs are excluded from public schools while unorthodox beliefs have access to funding," Mr. Dacus stated.

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