- Charisma News
The University of Iowa has become the first public U.S. university to ask incoming students about their sexual orientation and gender identity. READ THIS ARTICLE and COMMENT. Do you think this is too intrusive?
University Asks Students About Race, Gender—and Sexual Orientation?
The University of Iowa's decision places it in the middle of a debate over whether to ...
- "The value of PEERS testing is its ability to compare a student's worldview with that of their teachers or parents. The PEERS Test's item-by-item analysis makes it easy and time-efficient to zero in on the most problematic worldview areas. Based upon this data, parents and school administrators can take corrective action by enhancing the current curriculum or by placing more emphasis on particular issues."
www.principleapproach.org/ ?ch_study "To understand principles of liberty, one must return to the thought and writings of those whom God used to establish the first Christian constitutional representative Republic the world has ever known. We are rich in resources as our nation is so young. The repository of thinking, ideals, debates, and commentary needed is fully available today."
- “I remember the favorite on Skid Row was a wine called Muscatel,” says Pulaski. “There was also Boone’s Farm, and a brand called Mighty Fine Wine. These guys usually didn’t care what they drank, as long as it was in a bottle.” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/12/tyree-johnson-mcdonalds_n_2286464.html#slide=1873573
- "NORQUIST: We got lots of things Obama claims to be for, and we will make — we, the Republicans in the House and Senate —" http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2012/12/13/1327631/norquist-obama-may-decide-to-go-blow-up-small-countries/ AND ""The pledge that many congressmen and senators have made to their constituents is not to me," --Norquist----http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/daily-ticker/norquist-republicans-aren-t-fracturing-taxes-152335470.html How is POSSIBLE for BOTH to be true?
- "Two years later Muse was the leading organizer of Christian Americans, a group he formed to combat what he perceived as radicalism and subversive influences throughout the country. He believed that organized labor in the United States was the source of much communistic influence, and thus he led Christian Americans to support the antiunion movement. During and shortly after World War II, when laws to regulate and curb unions were passed in Texas and other southern states, Muse was a leading lobbyist in this effort. The Christian Americans worked for passage of right-to-work laws in sixteen states; the group's lobbying efforts were investigated by the Texas legislature in 1945, but the organization was cleared of all charges of misconduct. "
- http://coat.ncf.ca/our_magazine/links/53/scuc.html Muse said of New Deal labor policies, "White women and white men will be forced into organizations with black African apes whom they will have to call 'brother' or lose their jobs."
Source: Gerard Colby, from the chapter, "Decade of Despair," Du Pont Dynasty: Behind the Nylon Curtain. (Secaucus: Lyle Stewart, 1984), pp. 347-357. Diana Albright, you may find this useful for your speech...
Friday, December 28, 2012
Soup's December Daze
Posted by Soup McGee at 12:57 PM