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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 We do; however, prudent and wise ways in which to deal with them have been replaced by quasi-scientific, subjective findings which millions are swallowing just as quickly as if it were the best drinks in town.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 One”

Greetings, Anti Fed Ed Warriors, welcome to my latest series. All this week, we’ll look at the 2020 Presidential race.

“Prudent decision making” is key when exercising our right to vote. Being prudent is also associated with the roots of wisdom.

 

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A Starting Point:

Warriors, let’s face it, the 2020 Presidential race is already crowded. By looking at the candidates NOW, we have a great opportunity to use our voices to SHAPE the race.

What I will NOT be doing in this series: telling you whom to choose. That is not my business nor place. I simply want to give you information no one else will dare. I will spare no candidate.

Why? Information, in our case, Warriors, is teamwork.
It’s teamwork we need and teamwork is how we work best when arming Warriors against federal education intrusions.***

 

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We should use our prudence to back up our feelings we felt right after ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) was passed. 

Against-Common-Core-and-VoteThe Issues:

Warriors, according to the website called the “Top Tens”, the 2020 key issues are:
1) Nuclear Weapons, 2) the Middle Class, 3) War, 4) Health Care, 5) the Environment, 6) Education, 7) the National Debt, 8) Gun Violence, 9) Immigration, and, 10) Abortion.

The Top Tens author did boldly point out that education should be the #1 issue, but as I’ve learned in researching the candidates, for many, it isn’t even on their ‘radars’. So, they lack prudence in education, right off the bat.

Warriors, in fact, many have placed the Green Deal and/or Climate Change as their #1 issue. As we know, I’ve shown you how the Climate Change and Green Deal overreach into education.

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As I stated in my last article, the series will be broken down in the following ways:
1) Current federal politicians (Senators first, then Representatives and former leaders), any current legislation related to education, the candidates & their stances on education, and, are they connected to the CCSS Machine in any way.
2) Pres. Trump’s review on education.
3) State politicians and their education stances/activities.
4) Private citizens running for President.
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The Race Begins:

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The 20 candidates are (in no particular order/highlighted names will link to my previous research on them):

Rep. Tom Ryan, businesswoman Marianne Williamson, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Rep. Beto O’Rourke, Pres. Donald Trump, Sen. Cory Booker, Mayor Julian Castro, Rep. John Delaney, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Sen. Kamala Harris, Gov. John Hickenlooper,
Gov. Jay Inslee, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Mayor Wayne Messam, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Gov. William F. Weld, businessman Andrew Yang, Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Rep. Justin Amash (source).

The 2 who voted “NO” on ESSA? Sen. Kamala Harris (CA) and Rep. Justin Amash (MI).
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, don’t rush to their sides just yet. Let me show you what I’ve found out about their education issue stances.

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Warriors, as you see the very Anti Fed Ed action of voting ‘no’ is at the center of the knot. Very prudent, but notice the outlying points. These are what detract from the prudence.
*(Note: We’ll look at Rep. Amash’s information more in-depth in Part 2.)

 

Harris:
Other non-prudent moves by Sen. Harris include Medicaid for All (funds used in education are included), expanding early childhood education, embedding 21st Century Skills, keeping national testing, and expanding Higher Education. (*Note: other education stances can be found here.)
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As far as the other Congress members who voted ‘yes’ on ESSA? I’ve put together a chart below:


 

The Other Federal Candidates Who May Join The Race:

Warriors, here are the other federal (current or former) leaders from DC, VP Joe Biden, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Sen. Michael Bennet, Rep. Seth Moulton, and former Sec. of State, John Kerry.

What ties to the CCSS Machine do these people have? Biden (LGBTQ education for all, Big Labor/Unions, CTE); Swalwell said ‘yes’ to ESSA; Bennet also said ‘yes’; Moulton said ‘yes’ and has added green jobs, STEM, and CTE to his stance; Kerry is tied to the Clintons and received campaign donations at one time from (then, citizen) Donald Trump.

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Current Legislation From Those In Office Which Impact Education:

Warriors, be sure to use www.congress.gov to look up the Bills by number. I’ve included a brief statement of how these connect to education. If I’ve already written about any of these, they will be highlighted.

Sen. Warren currently has co-sponsored a dozen education related Bills.

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If you’ve not seen Sen. Warren’s universal ECE (Early Childhood Education) and Universal Child Care Plan as President, I urge to read this article she wrote.

Sens. Harris, Booker, and, Gillibrand share co-sponsorship of S 672 (see description above).
Sens. Gillibrand, Booker, Klobuchar, and, Harris
share co-sponsorship of S 477 (see above).

Sens. Harris and Klobuchar share co-sponsorship of S 720 (see above).
Sens. Harris, Gillibrand and Booker share co-sponsorship of S 579 (see above).
Sen. Booker and Klobuchar share co-sponsorship of S 461 (see above).
Sens. Harris and Klobuchar share co-sponsorship of S 523 (see above).
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Senator Harris currently is associated with 7 other Senate bills. (*Note: her education plans as President are near the bottom of the page when you visit the link above.)
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Sens.  Warren, Sanders, Klobuchar, Gillibrand, and Booker share co-sponsorship of S 610 (see description above).

Sen. Booker shares co-sponsorship of S 166 (Sen. Gillibrand is the sponsor), see above.
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Sen. Gillibrand has 14 education related bills. See below:

gillbill Sens. Harris, Klobuchar, Booker, and Bennet share co-sponsorship of S 791 (see above description).
Sens. Warren and Harris share co-sponsorship of S 851 (see above).
Sens. Harris, Klobuchar, and, Bennet share co-sponsorship of S 358 (see above).
Sens. Harris and Klobucar share co-sponsorship of S 758 (see above).
Sen. Klobuchar shares co-sponsorship of S 137 (see above).
Sens. Booker, Bennet, Harris, Sanders, and, Klobuchar share co-sponsorship of S 768; Sen. Warren is the sponsor (see above).
Sen. Harris shares co-sponsorship of S 260 (see above).
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Senator Klobuchar has 15 bills and 3 Senate Resolutions which are education related.

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Sens. Harris, Bennet, and, Sanders share co-sponsorship of S Res. 79 (see description above).
Sens. Warren, Harris, Bennet
, and, Booker share co-sponsorship of S Res. 127 (see above).

Sens. Warren, Harris, Gillibrand, Booker, and, Sanders share co-sponsorship of S 266 (see above).
Sens. Gillibrand, Harris, Sanders, and, Warren share co-sponsorship of S 627 (see above).
Sens. Harris and Booker share co-sponsorship of S 729 (see above).
Senator Bennet shares co-sponsorship of S 759 (see above).
Senator Gillibrand shares co-sponsorship of S 839 (see above).
Senator Harris shares co-sponsorship of S 943 (see above).
Senator Booker shares co-sponsorship of S 625 (see above).
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Senator Booker has 4 education related bills. If you’ve not read this article, you’ll find out Sen. Booker is a DeVos supporter on school vouchers and charter schools.

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Senator Gillibrand shares co-sponsorship of S 497 (see above).
Sens. Harris and Klobuchar share co-sponsorship of S 981. Senator Bennet is the sponsor (see above).
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Sens. Sanders, Klobuchar, Warren, Booker, and, Harris were among the Senate co-sponsors of S 461 which seeks to improve education outcomes for HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities). The Bill has passed the entire Senate and is now in the House’s Education and Labor Committee. In 2017, I showed you how HBCUs were being targeted by the Ford Foundation (CCSS Machine member) for STEM.

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Senator Bennet
is the co-sponsor of S 381 which would amend the HEA for NASA (STEM) based resources. He also is a co-sponsor of S 876 which will provide STEM jobs for our military veterans. Bennet is also a co-sponsor of S 317 and S 468. S 317 will amend the Social Security Act to increase children’s mental health in wrap around services. S 468 will require schools to partner with mental health services.

The CCSS Machine’s Money:

Below, is a chart of the most recent campaign information from Open Secrets:

 

Closing:

Warriors, in Part 2, we’ll look at the House of Representative Presidential Candidates as well as the former public servants.