Hey, remember this Headline from May 12th?

False Flag-O-Meter reaches the red zone: Why a government-orchestrated distraction event is highly likely to occur in the next 7 days051213_FR_NOLA_640

This is a short but urgent warning: A false flag event, an act of war, a bombing or some other headlines-grabbing orchestrated event is very likely to occur in the next seven days precisely because the Obama administration is under intense fire right now and needs a quick distraction.

Well what do you know…..

MOTHER’S DAY TRAGEDY: FBI Calls Parade Shooting ‘Act of Street Violence’

Or are we to expect something bigger?

Biometric Database of All Adult Americans Hidden in Immigration Reform


Liberals love to hide things in big bills. That way we have to pass it to see what is in it. They really do take us for idiots.
Check it out:

The immigration reform measure the Senate began debating yesterday would create a national biometric database of virtually every adult in the U.S., in what privacy groups fear could be the first step to a ubiquitous national identification system.

Parents have no ‘right’ to homeschool their kids, says Justice Department

Since 1999, the number of homeschooled children has increased by 75 percent.

Typically, a parent-involved education lays the groundwork for a set of core values that helps children become more productive and principled later in life.

More times than not, homeschooling is not a close-minded, antisocial way of educating. It’s actually a more integrative, creative approach, with opportunities outside the classroom.

Homeschoolers Fight Regulation Push by ‘Experts’

Rosemary Laberee of Medford has been a home­schooling mother for the last 14 years.

“I do not think home educators should be regulated, ever,” said Laberee, whose four children are now 19, 16, 13 and 10.

“We have proven ourselves.”

There are experts, however, who disagree. They say there should be oversight for parents who choose to educate their own children.

Research completed by the Home School Legal Defense Association shows homeschoolers, on average, score 37 percentage points higher than public school students on standardized tests. The study also found the achievement gaps common to public schools negligible in the home­school community.

Source: Courier-Post. Read full article. (link)

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