Benghazi Terrorists: ‘Dr. Morsi Sent Us’ | FrontPage Magazine

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Why was the Egyptian president’s name mentioned by jihadists during the attack?

Bill McKee‘s insight:

Why indeed? 

 

The Muslim Brotherhood, which Morsi is beholden, has control.  Obama has sent them Hundreds of Millions in US Dollars, Tanks, F17 fighter jets.. and more.  Wake up, America.

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Call it what it is – stop political correctness

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What would help a lot right now, as the chilling reality of savagery engulfs us, would be a cultural green light to begin calling evil what it is, to begin calling it by its name, to stop dancing around demographics because of the fear someone, so…

Bill McKee‘s insight:

#orcot  Political Correctness is appropriate and expected in communist regimes.. but wholly inappropriate for a nation that embraces liberty.  It’s time to put this liberal nonsense aside and resist all efforts to force this ideology on liberty loving people.

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Against All Enemies: Valerie Jarret: ‘After We Win This Election, It’s Our Turn Payback Time’

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Bill McKee‘s insight:

Valerie Jarret told all who woud listen, just before the 2012 election.. "After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay. Congress won’t be a problem for us this time. No election to worry about after this is over and we have two judges ready to go.”

 

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Public School Spending. “Officials” vs. “Some Critics”

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Wall Street Journal story does not provide readers any measure of student achievement that would allow them to determine who is right. Let’s see if we can help out.

Bill McKee‘s insight:

I’m wondering what "officials" think is "enough" taxpayer money is needed to "educate" today’s students.  As this report shows, since 1970, total costs to educate a child k-12 was $57,602 in 1970.  in 2010 that cost increased to $164,426 per child.  (In constant 2013 dollars-to adjust for inflation).   So REAL costs have increased more than 180%!   Government employees in these schools has increased almost 100%.  Enrollment has increased less than 10%.  Test scores.. after all this time, money, and additional staff…have remained almost costant.. science declining a bit.

 

Clearly, a "lack of money" is NOT the problem. Nor is there a lack of employees servicing the enrolled population.

 

There is no real accountability.  Rather than a service that provides skilled educators and rigorous standards, government education has become a very high cost baby sitting service… where the baby sitters are being paid very handsomely for what they do.

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