Monthly Archives: September 2013

 
 

The Hell With Maryland, How About the U.S. Government who’s to Blame

Comment By Bob L.
Sept. 26th 2013

What the hell’s the matter with Maryland? What’s the matter with the United States and their Education System?

Don’t put the blame on the Schools alone, you have to look at the parents too, the schools don’t just do it alone with out some parents in put, if the parents really were for an education of their Children, they would stop them from changing how these kids are being taught.

I don’t want to get into Schools and how they teach now compared to years back when schools had pride in what they did, but today they are only interested in Money and how they can get paid to not show up to teach, I don’t know of any one else who can go on strike and get back pay they lost while they were on strike and not working.

There is no education today, it is all done at home and not in school, because all they want to do is give tests, and how many kids want to go to school day after day and not learn any thing, then they want to know why kids drop out.

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What the hell’s the matter with Maryland?

The Daily Caller
September 25, 2013

There’s really no question by now that entirely too many school administrators across America are crazy, drooling morons. However, school administrators in Maryland — and some teachers, and a few students — possess a special, possibly bionic blend of stupidity and lunacy.

Let’s review the indisputable facts. Amazingly, all of these ridiculous incidents occurred in Maryland in the last several months alone. Continue reading

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Where Is Our Government Now

Comment By bob L.
Sept. 25th 2013

What Is our Government doing about this, are they more worried about Obamacare and if they are going to get reelected, why is it that the U.S. Government is not involved with these Foreign Adoptions? There are a lot of Questions that should be asked to why this Country is allowing this to go on.

This shows that this Country is nothing but a throw away country, and they have no regard toward any one but themselves, they buy things to just throw in the garbage when it looks old and a disgrace to their YUPPY life, see, they must have every thing new and shiny or some one would say they were a disgrace and not keeping up with the Jones.

I don’t know about you but I think that it is a disgrace that this country talks about Human Rights Violations, and then puts this out front for every one to see, putting out Dirty Landry to the world and where we stand on Human Rights.

Obama’s and the Czars could care less about this, they are more worries about their agendas then to get involved with this, they would worry more about Obesity, what we will eat, what we are going to buy, and how much they can get off the American people while they are still in office, and how about Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi, what are they doing about this, NOTHING, they could care less, they are more interested on taking over this Country.

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Reuters Investigates &emdash; The Child Exchange                                                           The Child Exchange

The Child Exchange

By Megan Twohey
Sept. 9th 2013
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China adoption agency furious over ‘child exchange’ report

Reuters

Reporting by Sui-Lee Wee and Hui Li;
 Editing by Bill Tarrant and Ron Popeski
09-25-2013

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s adoption agency said it was “very shocked and furious” about the findings in a Reuters report that exposed how U.S. parents use the Internet to abandon unwanted children they have adopted from abroad, including China. Continue reading

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School to Parents: We Want to Hit Your Kids

Comment By Bob L.
Sept. 21st 2013

[“According to Leeds City Schools Public Policy, parents or legal guardians who do not want corporal punishment to be administered to their child/children must inform the principal of the school on an annual basis.” ]   IF PARENTS were doing THEIR JOB raising their kids, and not the Schools or the Street, they would not be getting into trouble.

Now if the parents don’t want to see their Child punished for being out of line and unruly, then they should be suspended from school for one week on the first offence, if the parents don’t do any thing about it and the child continues, then suspend them for a month and make the parents pay a fine for any Damage or Problems that occur why they were being punished. It is the parents responsibly to raise their Children NOT the Schools, so parents should be held Financially responsible for what their Kids do if they don’t want them punished. No punishment mean that they can away with it and continue with it.

If these kids are disruptive and causing problems then they should be picked up by the police and put in child detention and go before a judge, and the parents pay court cost .

This why there is so much problems in children are occurring today, and why these kids are running free on the streets with no supervision or punishment when they get in trouble, they want the schools to teach these kids between the difference from right and wrong but can not punish them, so they know that they can get away with what ever they want and nothing will happen, because they even know that their parents wont even punish them, and then they wonder why these kids are in trouble, it is time for the parents to do their job and take care of them and not some one else.

But these parents are the first ones to complain about the problems these kids are in to and saying that some one should do some thing about it.

Why do you think Kids are in so much trouble today, because of this type of thinking: Spanking Kids May Cause Mental Disorders in Adulthood, But there is punishment within reason.

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Alabama Elementary School to Parents: We Want to Hit Your Kids

By Andri Antoniades | Takepart.com
09-21-2013

When Alabama mom, Wendy Chandler, opened her daughter’s “Back to School” packet, she was shocked to discover that among the many papers sent to her, was a “Corporal Punishment Parental Consent Form.”

The permission slip, which has been making the Internet rounds since The New York Times reported the story this week, reads in part:

“According to Leeds City Schools Public Policy, parents or legal guardians who do not want corporal punishment to be administered to their child/children must inform the principal of the school on an annual basis.” Continue reading

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Warming Lull Haunts Authors

Comment By Bob L.
Sept. 20 2013

Here is a good example of what you see when it comes to the Rich, they are always trying to find way to take money away from the people who need it the most, and what I am talking about is Global Warming, and Obamacare, and every one of these will give the Rich money in their pockets, why do you think they are pushing so hard to keep this from being put down, the Government will get more in taxes, and the rich will win in the Stock Market, so it is a win, win for them no matter how you cut it, and a loser for the working poor.

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Warming lull haunts authors of key climate report

Associated Press
KARL RITTER
09-19-2013

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Scientists working on a landmark U.N. report on climate change are struggling to explain why global warming appears to have slowed down in the past 15 years even though greenhouse gas emissions keep rising.

Leaked documents obtained by The Associated Press show there are deep concerns among governments over how to address the issue ahead of next week’s meeting of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Continue reading

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Yahoo CEO fears defying NSA

Comment By Bob L.
Sept. 12th 2013

Is this showing signs that our Government is in the process of taking away your freedom by censorship of what we can say or do in this Country.

As you can see Obama and his Czars have been working on this ever since he got Into office along with his Wife, and how long is going to be before it is a Muslim run Country.

Is this what you want this Country to become, if not All Americans had better stand up to this take over of our Government, if you don’t then you will have no one to blame but your selves why this Country has come  under control of a Dictator Government. 

CEO feared winding up in prison for treason, but they want it to be alright to BURN the American Flag with obama-08-campaign-logono retaliation from it, sorry THAT should be classified as Treason in this Country, we sure don’t want to see Obama’s Flag flying over this Country.

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Yahoo CEO fears defying NSA could mean prison

AFP
Glenn Chapman
09-12-2013

Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer said she feared winding up in prison for treason if she refused to comply with US spy demands for data.

Her comments came after being asked what she is doing to protect Yahoo users from “tyrannical government” during an on-stage interview at a TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco. Continue reading

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More On Your Rights

Comment By Bob L.
Sept. 9th 2013

Does the Constitution need a new amendment to ban the desecration of the American flag?

I don’t know about any one else, but this should be a crime punishable by death same as if you go out and kill some one in cold blood, PLUS, is it your right under the FIRST amendment to Kill a Bald Eagle just to protest, last I heard it was illegal to kill one any time, why is the Flag any different, it is the Symbol of this Country, it should be respected and not for some one to shit on.

To me that Flag means one thing, FREEDOM that this Country started in the beginning of this Country, and the people who died to keep it free, this also includes the Native Americans, who later were lied to, and to fly without being defaced in any way, other than being replaced when worn out, and when done by the proper people designated by the Government, and not just by any one.

If this Country allows the right to free speech to be used any way they want, then we will be no better than the wars going on in the Foreign countries today over who has control, you want a Civil War here then keep allowing people to do what ever they want, because the laws can never be enforced because of free speech rule.

This Country has to draw the line and stop pampering bleeding hearts when people break the law, and we have to send people to prison for PUNISHMENT, not LUXURY, go back to the chain gangs and make them work at hard labor, then maybe they won’t want to got to Jail or Prison if they knew they were not going to get pampered.

THE LAW IS THE LAW, ENFORCE IT!

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National Constitution Center

An amendment to ban desecration of the American flag

By NCC Staff
09-09-2013

Does the Constitution need a new amendment to ban the desecration of the American flag? Or is flag burning protected free speech? Vote now in our “Next 10 Amendments” project! Continue reading

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Assad says he had nothing to do with attack

Comment By Bob L.
Sept. 8th 2013

I would like to know why Obama and his Administration is in such a BIG HURRY to get involved in Syria, there is some thing rotten going on some where in our Government.

To do what Obama did in Egypt, is sounding just like what he did for the Muslim Brother Hood by helping them get a foot hold and take over that Country by giving them Plains and tanks, now this is where Obama should be held for what happen there, with all the rioting and death of their people, the same goes both ways. 

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Syrian forces may have used gas without Assad’s permission: paper

Reuters
Reporting by Alexandra Hudson; Editing by Angus MacSwan
09-08-2013

BERLIN (Reuters) – Syrian government forces may have carried out a chemical weapons attack close to Damascus without the personal permission of President Bashar al-Assad, Germany’s Bild am Sonntag paper reported on Sunday, citing German intelligence.

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SOLDIERS SPEAK OUT

Business Insider

SOLDIERS SPEAK OUT ON SYRIA: ‘We Are Not A World Police’

Paul Szoldra
Sep.  2,  2013

With the president poised to strike in Syria and the Congress set to vote on the issue the week of Sept. 9, the debate about U.S. military intervention in the two-year-old civil war is already happening amongst the American public.

Some Americans have made their voices known to their representatives, with many saying the U.S. should stay out of the conflict, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.

In the poll, only 20% said the U.S. should take action, although that was up from 9% last week. Even if it’s clear the Assad regime used chemical weapons on civilians, only 29% said the U.S. should intervene.

That sentiment appears to be mirrored with veterans and members of the military, who have been tweeting to Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.), as well as personally emailing me their thoughts* after Business Insider published two letters from troops on Saturday.

While President Obama has repeatedly denied there would be “boots on the ground,” and the strike would be limited — likely using cruise missiles from ships far away — many were fearful of the possibility of further involvement.

“I’m a U.S. Air Force vet who spent a solid 6 years shuttling between Afghanistan and Iraq, doing everything from combat airdrops to medevacs to hauling flag-draped coffins,” wrote one servicemember in an email, who also mentioned travel to 38 countries in that time. “What we do not need is another war, and we certainly do not need any further involvement in a civil war where our objective isn’t clear, and our allies aren’t really our allies.”

Outrage was largely shared by most over chemical weapons usage in the conflict — the Aug. 21 gassing of civilians near Damascus killed more than 1,400, many of them children — but many servicemembers expressed questions over any specific U.S. national security interest.

“The U.S. has stood by idly while many countries have massacred themselves in a civil war. This should not be any different,” wrote one active-duty Marine who said he had deployed five times to Iraq or Afghanistan. “The method of their war should not make any difference, killing is killing. As long as the conflict stays within their borders, we do not have any business interfering.”

“This country has a fairly recent history of sticking our noses where it doesn’t belong,” wrote another. “Since Vietnam, America has used other nations’ transgressions as a reason to go in and set up shop for our government’s own reasons. This sort of behavior needs to end. We are not a world police.”

Still, while many who have written to Business Insider have voiced opposition to military action (the tally was roughly 50-2 against), there were some who believed good could be done in the country with a more robust response.

“Dropping a few missiles, without any clear idea of what type of war we’re really getting into will put us on the wrong side of a bad and worse dilemma … ” wrote one Marine veteran of the Iraq war. “I’d like to see a broader ‘smarter’ strategy for dealing with Syria than dropping a few tomahawk missiles with ‘no objective’ but to punish Assad.”

As both lawmakers and the public remain skeptical, it seems the Obama administration has an uphill battle ahead of any vote to authorize the use of military force. That sentiment was echoed by the International Crisis Group, a well-respected organization that released a statement on Sunday that said limited strikes were “largely divorced from the interests of the Syrian people” while calling for a larger political and diplomatic solution.

* Quotes from emails in this article have been edited for clarity.

        SEE ALSO:     SOLDIERS SPEAK OUT ON SYRIA: ‘We Are Stretched Thin, Tired, And Broke’

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Here We Go Again

Comment By Bob L.
Sept. 1 2013

Here we go again, just another way to take over another Country when they don’t EVEN know for sure who is really behind it, this sounds just like the Iraq war, throw some one out so they can put in who they want to run the Country, this happen before and look what happen, they went back a couple of years later and took them back out because they did not do what they wanted them to do.

Now here we go again, Obama want his Muslim Brother Hood put in power here just like he did to put them in office in Egypt, it is time that this Country stays out of these wars in other countries unless the are on their way here to this country by Air, Land, or Water, and not their land, this land through Canada, Mexico or the Oceans.

It looks like they are sticking their heads up their asses again to put some one else in to power, when they do not have positive prof that it was not some one else trying to take over that country and blame on the current people in power of that Country.

Obama is going to do just as he has in the past, he does not care if the Republicans, or the Democrats will authorize it, he will do as always, do it with out them with an Executive Order.

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Associated Press

JULIE PACE
09-01-2013
WASHINGTON (AP) — For more than a week, the White House had been barreling toward imminent military action against Syria. But President Barack Obama’s abrupt decision to instead ask Congress for permission left him with a high-risk gamble that could devastate his credibility if no action is ultimately taken in response to a deadly chemical weapons attack that crossed his own “red line.”

The stunning reversal also raises questions about the president’s decisiveness and could embolden leaders in Syria, Iran, North Korea and elsewhere, leaving them with the impression of a U.S. president unwilling to back up his words with actions.

The president, in a hastily announced statement Saturday in the White House Rose Garden, argued that he did in fact have the power to act on his own. But faced with the prospect of taking action opposed by many Americans, the commander in chief tried to shift the burden and instead round up partners on Capitol Hill to share in that responsibility.

“While I believe I have the authority to carry out this military action without specific congressional authorization, I know that the country will be stronger if we take this course, and our actions will be even more effective,” Obama said. “We should have this debate.”

The consequences for Obama’s turnabout could be sweeping, both at home and abroad. If Congress votes against military action, it would mark a humiliating defeat for a second-term president already fighting to stay relevant and wield influence in Washington. It could also weaken his standing internationally at a time when there are already growing questions about the scope of American influence, particularly in the Arab world.

But the White House sees potentially positive political implications in punting the strike decision to Congress. Obama could make good on the promises he made as a senator and presidential candidate, when he called for restraint and congressional consultation by White House’s seeking military force. And with the American public weary of war and many opposed to even modest military action against Syria, Obama could share with Congress the burden of launching an attack.

An NBC News poll conducted last week suggests the use of chemical weapons has not shifted public opinion in favor of taking military action against Syria. About 50 percent said the U.S. should not take military action against the Syrian government in response to the use of chemical weapons, while 42 percent said the U.S. should. Just 21 percent say military action against Syria is in the U.S. national interest.

Obama’s advisers wouldn’t say what the president will do if Congress does not approve military action. If he presses on with military action despite their opposition, he would likely cast Congress as obstructionists allowing an autocrat to kill civilians without consequences.

“Here’s my question for every member of Congress and every member of the global community: What message will we send if a dictator can gas hundreds of children to death in plain sight and pay no price?” Obama asked Saturday.

It’s unclear how effective that approach would be given that Obama himself has been deeply reluctant to get involved in Syria’s lengthy civil war. More than 100,000 people have died in more than two years of clashes between the government and rebels seeking to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad. But Obama declared last year that the one thing that would cross his “red line” would be if Assad deployed his stockpiles of chemical weapons.

U.S. officials say that has now happened multiple times this year, most recently on Aug. 21 in the Damascus suburbs. According to the Obama administration, more than 1,400 people were killed by the deadly gases, including 426 children.

For Obama, the stakes for responding after the most recent attack were already heightened, not only because of the scope, but also because of the scant response from the White House when Assad used chemical weapons earlier this year. While Obama approved shipments of light weaponry and ammunition for the rebel forces fighting Assad, the bulk of the arms are yet to arrive.

Throughout much of the last week, it appeared Obama was ready to make good on his promises to act in the face of chemical weapons use. Five Navy destroyers armed with Tomahawk cruise missiles were put on standby in the Mediterranean Sea. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel declared that the military was “ready to go” once Obama gave the order. And the president dispatched Secretary of State John Kerry twice last week to make a vigorous and emotional case for a robust response to a reluctant public.

As the week dragged on, Obama’s international backing began to erode. Russia again opposed action against Syria, this time during private discussions involving the five permanent U.N. Security Council members. NATO declared that the alliance would not launch coordinated military action. And in the strongest blow for the White House, Britain’s Parliament voted against military action, a stunning defeat for Prime Minister David Cameron, a key ally who had expected to join Obama in taking military action.

Despite the setbacks, Obama and his team were prepared to move forward without any authorization from the U.N. and Capitol Hill. But on Friday, aides said the president simply changed his mind. After a long walk around the White House’s grounds with his chief of staff, Obama summoned some of his top aides and told them he now wanted to hold off on launching an attack until Congress had its say.

In shifting the debate to Capitol Hill, Obama is ensuring that a military strike will be pushed off for at least another week. Lawmakers aren’t due back from their summer recess until Sept. 9. House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, said he expected the House to consider the force resolution that week. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he, too, will hold a vote no later than the week of Sept. 9, with public hearings beginning next week.

Even before Congress decides, Obama will have to directly confront the international implications of his decision. He’s set to travel abroad next week for a visit to Sweden and a meeting of world leaders in St. Petersburg, Russia.

There, he’ll come face-to-face with Russian President Vladimir Putin, one of Assad’s strongest supporters. Putin, in a pointed jab, made a plaintive plea for Obama to take more time to consider the full implications of a strike on Syria, appealing, he said, not to another world leader, but to a Nobel Peace laureate.

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Julie Pace has covered the White House for The Associated Press since 2009. Follow Pace at http://twitter.com/jpaceDC

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