Wednesday, July 27, 2011

I noticed something-and it ain't good.

I have this really cute picture of our little prog Molly Malloy! She is such a sweetie

She is next to the greatest congressperson around. Dennis Kucinich! But take a look at Molly's lapel. Next to the Jr. Officer patch is a little flag. What flag is that? Let me blow it up:

It's the Canadian flag. What is a Canadian flag doing on Molly's jacket? Isn't Molly a U.S. citizen? Why, yes she is! Does that mean she hate America? No. But it does mean that she and her kind, her parents Mike and Kathy Malloy aren't liked in return by Americans. Why? Because they are liberals/progressives. More and more, people like the Malloys are hated. They are so hated that Mike, according to a phone cal I had with him, has more guns than the law should allow. Does that mean he wnats his guns taken away?
He has a carry conceal permit and name me one CCL holder who wants their guns taken away! None that I know of. But why is Mike carrying? Because there are idiots out there who would kill people like the Malloys in a heartbeat. Mike said that he has a permit, he's taking all the classes, upgrading his permit, and qualifies. But why does a liberal/progressive need a gun? Because  the people who disagree with him, would kill him and his family.
The Norway terrorist: Anders Behring Breivik's manifesto, which denounced Norwegian politicians as failing to defend the country from Islamic influence, quoted Robert Spencer, who operates the Jihad Watch Web site, 64 times, and cited other Western writers who shared his view that Muslim immigrants pose a grave danger to Western culture.

Breivik's manifesto also includes other U.S. right winged bloggers. But this is in Norway. And Norway is a right-to-carry country. Canada isn't. So does this mean that having a gun will protect you? Not always, BUT, it proves that there are terrorists out there who are easily influenced by the garbage of hatred on the right and are willing to kill because they believe that either

  1. God
  2. Republicans
  3. Conservatives
  4. Ayn Rand
  5. Free Market
  6. Pro-life

And other conservative agendas must be fulfilled to have a more perfect nation.
So what do we do? Respond in kind? Maybe, but only in defense. but if you're not the killing type and you feel that even in defense is wrong, then maybe the Malloys have a point.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Sue G.E., TEPCO and Hitachi

I am currently in Facebook, but am asking any and everyone to join this group outside of Facebook to join this group. Here is the idea

I started a group called: We the People vs. G.E., TEPCO and Hitach (​ef=home#!/home.php?sk=grou​p_180447202015782&ap=1 )i and we need you to join up and help our brothers and sisters in the Pacific Northwest. If G.E. CEO Jeffrey Immelt thinks he can hide behind the Obama Administration and contaminated the U.S. because of Fukushima, he has another thing coming. We also need attorneys who specialize in torts. Oh and if you're a righty who hates Obama, you too can join.
Please sign up and support the idea of suing these corporations and protect the people of Northern California and the Pacific Northwest and Canada too.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Our School System: Why can't Johnny rede

Dear Principal Tarin,

My how things changed since 1984. Last time I was there, there were only three grades. Seems like someone put in four. But after visiting your website, I may be wrong, but apparently, civics or government is not being taught. I find this disturbing as most of my basic government education experience was brought forth by government. I also find it disturbing, no fault of your own, that in this time of "change", topics like: taxes, health and the Constitution is not being taught.

Taxes are the lifeline of public institutions. Schools like Reseda High relies on taxes to keep afloat. According to liberal talk show host Thom Hartmann:

Hartmann explains that taxes are used to protect our public infrastructure and maintaining these public infrastructure allows people to work. Taxes are not to be used for corporations, but lately, since Reagan, corporations are given tax breaks and We the People need to pay for it. We pay in the way of: corporations destroying our roads like Wal-Mart, using our police and fire department, and employees of Wal-Mart are given forms for welfare because employees are not allowed to work full time, thus receiving benefits because they are under the poverty level.

Health care is another form of saving money. More money is spent on people without insurance because there is no single payer plan. George Bush did say: "After all, you just go to an emergency room

" That is sickening. And did you know that health care is a Constitutional right?

--Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution states: --Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution states: "The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and GENERAL WELFARE OF THE UNITED STATES; but all Duties, Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States". Congress is therefore constitutionally authorized to enact health care legislation that ensures the GENERAL WELFARE, and is authorized to levy taxes to fund it. That's how you're getting paid and how Reseda High is still a high school and not razed to be a Wal-Mart

Yes I know I'm preaching to the choir, but the people we need to preach to, are watching and hearing adults say: I HATE TAXES! TAXES IS SOCIALISM! (They got that right) and GOVERNMENT IS EVIL! But suffice to say, schools are the servant to We the People and educating the commons is a vital part of the learning process? Not how test scores are from No Child Left Behind:

We failed our students arguably since 1981, but should we continue down that path of least resistance or should we educate the students of the truth and prepare them for the they: A.P. or Continuation students?


Know that those subjects are required, but the titles have changed. Government is a 12th grade class. Civics as you knew it is no longer covered alone, but incorporated within the curriculum in two Social Studies courses.

As for the three vs four grades, we picked up the ninth grade that actually helps students in the long run since 9th grade classes are part of the graduation requirements. Before those were at the Jr. high level and quality control was not with the high school.

Tim know that even with the high stakes testing Reseda HS works to educate our students for the real world, now that the state testing is closer aligned to our curriculum(standards) it’s easier to do. Now don’t get me wrong I do not agree with all of NCLB, but look at how well we’ve been doing on the API the state measure.

Nice communicating with you.

Alfredo Tarin, Principal