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Blindly Leading

Anti Fed Ed Warriors, “Earth Day” was just a few days ago, and “Earth Week”  ended on April 19th, 2019. While I will eventually tie this back to education and the CCSS Machine, bear with me…

Both “Earth” events are totally in sync with the UN’s SDGs (United Nations Sustainable Development Goals). If you didn’t know this, “Earth Week” has been around since 1988. “Earth Day”, since 1970.

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But, wait, the SDGs came years later, how can any alignment be true? According to the “About Us” on the official Earth Day website (embedded above), the entire movement went global by 1990. About 190 countries hopped on the ‘environmental savior complex’ bandwagon.

In 2005, this archived blog article mentions the march to climate change’s root: The Earth Summit of 1992 in Brazil. (Where Agenda 21 first surfaced).
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****Let me pause here to state that I am not suggesting we have no environmental issues. We do; however, prudent and wise ways in which to deal with them have been replaced by quasi-scientific, subjective findings which millions are swallowing just as quickly as if it were the best drinks in town.

There are also two facts which have been totally overlooked and proven by Christian scientists and Bible experts:
a) God created this world and as such, supplies all the natural resources. Residents of the Earth, were told misuse of natural resources wouldn’t be good. However, no where in Scripture did it state running OUT of natural resources before the 2nd Coming of Christ.
b) God charged us with stewardship of the Earth (ie: taking care of it). Believers were also encouraged to do so out of love, not coercion.
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Sustainability is totally different. It is forcing an agenda of ‘innovation’ for new ways to create resources. Resources we have no business creating. Ways which are proving to be more harmful or dangerous than helpful.

This article from Technocracy News even gives you ways to spot the climate change propaganda. It also shares WHY the UN is pushing this envelope.

Even for some of those who do not believe in ‘God’s supply’ have acknowledged that sustainability tied to the climate change is a farce and will harm us tremendously more than if we simple exercises stewardship.

This website even calls climate change a ‘culture war’. One which 2019 politicians are all too happy to magnify.

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Warriors. For the remainder of this article, I want to lay out a a trail for you which leads us to the 116th Congress and Senate Bill 729 (Sen. Schumer, NY).

From 2008:

Seeking to find the truth after former Vice President Gore declared a ‘global emergency’, was this Senate report. Very credible scientists were included.

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(Source; emphasis added is mine)

Sure, we know VP Gore was a Democrat, but look at the 116th Congress and BOTH Republicans AND Democrats are preaching the gospel of peril and doom for the world. WHY? What’s changed?

Evidence suggests it’s a combination of influences. (subjective research, propaganda, and fear.)

We have seen Congress go from ‘let’s find the truth’ to ‘let’s censure truth’.

From 2019:
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(NY) is the sponsor of this bill. There are 16 co-sponsors. Two are 2020 Presidential candidates (Sen. Booker and Sen. Klobuchar). This Bill has no short title, but is worded so that the Senate AND the House will unite on this. So, what IS the name of S729?

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S 729 doesn’t allow for research which would confirm or deny TRUTH. It only wants the ‘scientific consensus’ about climate change to be the truth. Why is that a problem? Because, as in 2008 until 2019, the scientific consensus has not been 100% united in findings or beliefs!

Right now, Sen. Schumer’s bill is on the Senate Calendar, item #35.

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Congress.gov has a website video explaining what it means when a Bill is on the calendar. According to the video, calendar items may or may not ever be heard on the floor, BUT, it depends on the topic. Warriors, it doesn’t take rocket science to know ‘climate change’ is a HUGE topic. We also know (as it was featured in my “The Prudence Files” series) that ‘greening up the US’ (‘climate change’) is a BIG issue for all 20 Candidates, including our current President. If you look at their platforms, each of those seeking the Oval Office have a plan for their ideas. Take the time to read those ideas and they are ALL the same!

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What Does S 729 Do?

Warriors, beside from prohibiting use of taxpayer funds to study the validity and course of action based off results, S 729 ties back to 2 other federal laws
A) The Solid Waste Disposal Act of 1965, amended 2018.
B) The United Global Change Research Act of 1990

What did “A” set out? A plan for the US to find ways to reduce waste, especially dumping sites. By being amended, that ‘innovation’ shift was added. This means that not only do we need to reduce waste, we need to re-purpose the waste. It also put the EPA in charge as the ONE agency which would administer any programs, initiatives, or activities for solid waste.

In S 729, Sect. 1004 of The Solid Waste law is cited. That section is the definitions for every conceivable way in which waste disposal and all that connects to it can be adjusted to fit an agenda.

What did “B” set out? This law created 4 year reviews of the effects on global changes. What would be reviewed? Agriculture, the natural environment of America, our energy production and use, our land and water resources, our transportation system, Americans health and welfare, American social systems and our bio-diversity. Here’s the 2014 (latest available) of the US Assessments by region.
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IF you are curious how much the research for global change has cost We the People, this is the latest set of figures.

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In S 729, Sect. 106 of the Global Change law is cited. That section is described directly above. What’s troubling, is the 1990 Act required research to be conducted, yet S 729 is prohibiting federal funds. Does this mean corporate or private funds CAN be used? If so, how will the objectivity be assured for the nation?

If you’d like to see the Climate Science Watch’s 2017 Report showing the (then) latest information from the 4 year review, go here.

Sen. Schumer’s Globalism Roots:

Warriors, it’s no secret that Sen. Schumer supports global citizenship. Back in 2017, I showed you the party outside the G20 meeting.  That party featured singer Shakira as a global citizen ‘ambassador’. In my follow up article to that, I showed you Sen. Schumer’s big tent outside that same G20 meeting. In both those articles, the ties to our students was very obvious.

schumerFrom Open Secrets, you can find that before the President became the President, he regularly financially supported Sen. Schumer.
Also from Open Secrets, Sen. Schumer’s biggest campaign donors included: Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Big Insurance, Big Lobbyists, Big Law, Big Investors, and, Big Pharma

Related Resources:

If you’d like to see how the SDGs are becoming the ‘new’ social contract, watch this video. You’ll see a representative of Goldman Sachs, actor Forest Whitaker,  a representative from Unilever, and, Shakira.

If you’d like to see Sen. Schumer’s full support and advocacy of the New Green Deal, go here.

For how Unilever is in on the SDGs and mental health overreaches (inside and outside education), go here.

How the Green Deal, new or not, has and is impacting education.

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Lastly, from the Earth Day website, this about Next Gen Science Standards (oh, and they love CCSS, too.)

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Closing:

Warriors, I’m all for reducing our taxpayer abuse, however, I do not feel Congress should prohibit study funds in this instance. If we’re going to skew our laws to only fit one side of the coin, how is that liberty? How is it exercising truth and justice? Where is our freedom to know and decide for ourselves?

When truth is one sided, how does this help our students?

So, if you or someone you know wants to accept the global warming truth, that’s your choice, but it is NOT the government job to dictate it to us.

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“The Prudence Files, Part Two”

Welcome back, Anti Fed Ed Warriors, it’s Part Two of my look at the 2020 Presidential race. In Part One, you not only got a feel for how I am putting the series together, but a close up look at the Senators running for the Oval Office.  Today, the close up is on  Representatives (and former DC leaders)??

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As you saw in Part One, there are 20 candidates who have announced their candidacy and at least 13 others considering running. In both groups, you have current and former public servants and private citizens.
Below is the screen shot from Part One for the federal public servants. Note the Representatives for today’s article.

***Please note: Rep. John Delaney left his office  after the 2018 mid term elections.***

Rep. Ryan has 20 current education bills (or related) and one House Resolution which relates.

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Reps. Moulton, Swalwell, and Gabbard share co-sponsorship of HR 1, 5, 6, and 1784. They also voted ‘yes’ to HR 1’s final House vote. Rep. Amash voted ‘no’ to HR 1.
Reps. Moulton and Swalwell share co-sponsorship of HR 51 and HR 865.
Reps. Gabbard and Moulton share co-sponsorship of HR 728.
Reps. Gabbard and Swalwell share co-sponsorship of HR 1384.
Rep. Swalwell shares co-sponsorship of HR 1733. Rep. Moulton is the sponsor of HR 1733.
Rep. Moulton shares co-sponsorship of HR 1109 and HR 1170.
**Note: HR 1 also embeds the automatic protection of the U.S. Dept. of Education (and other agencies) in the event of a disaster (natural or man-made).

Rep. Moulton currently has 8 education related bills. (*Note: from his Congressional page, his education stance.)
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Rep. Swalwell shares co-sponsorship of HR 590.
Reps. Ryan and Gabbard share co-sponsorship of HR 873.
Rep. Ryan shares co-sponsorship of HR 1058.
Rep. Gabbard shares co-sponsorship of HR 1943. Rep. Gabbard is also the sponsor of HR 1587.

Rep. Gabbard has 7 Education related bills. Her education stance was featured in Part One.

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Reps. Moulton, Swalwell, and, Ryan share co-sponsorship of HR 860.
Rep. Moulton shares co-sponsorship of HR 674.

Rep. Swalwell has 6 education related bills. His education/workforce stance can be found here.

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Rep. Moulton shares co-sponsorship of HR 9 and HR 1368.


Rep. Amash has 2 education related bills. Warriors, as I pointed out in Part One, while voting ‘no’ to ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) was a good thing, it appears that’s been cast aside. Why would I say that? Look above, do you see the support for school vouchers?
School vouchers are a big part of, not only ESSA, but current federal budgets! From BallotOPedia, you can see he previously voted ‘yes’ to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. That Act has been kept in place. So how does it connect to education? Creating more P3s (Public Private Partnerships) in education, at all ages!

The first bill Rep. Amash has co-sponsored is HR 899, it’s the one bill which would shut down the U.S. Dept. of Education by Dec. 31, 2020. While I do agree the U.S. Dept. of Education should be shut down, it is absolutely NOT prudent to shut it down without REPEALING ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act), first.

Something the Bill’s sponsor and co-sponsors didn’t attach to the bill. I’ve written previously about the ‘unintended consequences’ which would happen should this Bill become law. With the direction education is headed in, as well as the upcoming election, we don’t need to throw wisdom out the window. (*Note: the embedded article above features the 115th version of HR 899. The 116th version is the same except the termination date.)

The Second bill is HR  1910, which would end the Import/Export Bank. While that’s a good thing (for education), It’s doubtful this bill will pass.

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Former federal politicians running for President (or considering it)

1) Former Rep. John Delaney:

Warriors, as I shared above, Mr. Delaney left Congress to pursue the 2020 Campaign, full time. Here’s his website:

To see his education stance (and it’s pretty awful), go here. As a ‘bonus’ you’ll even see he mentions some of his work in education while he was in the House. Let’s not forget, he did vote “yes” to ESSA.

2) Former Rep., Beto O’Rourke:
Warriors, I know there’s been lots of questions about Beto’s stance on charters. I can tell you that Reuters has recently published his past support for them could be trouble. However, as an Anti Fed Ed Warrior, you need to know the non-profit his wife heads (which ‘improves education’) is a partner with the Gates Foundation.
As far as the official O’Rourke for President campaign website, his education stance is pretty scary. Strengthening education unions will only breed more globalism!


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3) Former VP, Joe Biden:

Warriors, if you’ve followed my blog for a while, you will know I’ve already connected Mr. Biden (while he was the Vice President) to the CCSS Machine. Times haven’t changed at all.


To see the Biden Foundation information on education, go here. To see my articles on Biden, go here.

According to The Hill, if Biden does run in 2020, he’ll be the guy to beat.

4) Former Senator/Former Sec. Of State, John Kerry:

Warriors, if you missed the Kerry/Bush debate on education, I’ve got it right here! Kerry was in full support of nationalized standards. That was while Kerry was a Senator.

As the Secretary of State (State Dept., which is very much in the CCSS Machine/UN back pocket), Kerry’s getting us in the Paris Agreement (which has influenced education via climate change, even in 2019) was counted as one of his greatest accomplishments.

(Sources for the information seen above)

The CCSS Machine’s money (as seen in Part One). Regardless of the Senate, the House, or former public service, the campaign dollars show us quite a bit.

 

Warriors, use your prudence when looking at the other issues your candidate stands for. As we’ve seen from the Senators, the Representatives, the Vice President, and the Secretary, education connects to everything else.

Closing:

Warriors, in Part Three, I’ll be reviewing the Trump/Pence team’s actions in education. In Part Four, I’ll be exposing the State level politicians running for the Oval Office.
Part Five, will conclude the series with private citizens running, as well as, other election information.
Be watchful my followers, we’ve got much to do in the coming days.
**This just in, Rep. Swalwell was reported in Part One as considering to run, he has since confirmed it.