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Fed To Take Propaganda To The Schoolroom: Will Teach Grade 8-12 Students About Constitutionality Of... The Fed

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Back in September we noted a peculiar RFP by the Fed which sought to become a secret 'big brother' to the social media world, and to "monitor billions of conversations and generate text analytics based on predefined criteria." The Fed's desired product should be able to "determine the sentiment of a speaker or writer with respect to some topic or document"... "The solution must be able to gather data from the primary social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, Forums and YouTube. It should also be able to aggregate data from various media outlets such as: CNN, WSJ, Factiva etc." Most importantly, the "Listening Platform" should be able to "Handle crisis situations, Continuously monitor conversations, and Identify and reach out to key bloggers and influencers." While it is unclear just how successful the Fed has been in eavesdropping on various critical blogs, and divining "sentiment", it now appears that the propaganda masters at the Office of Central Planning have decided to go for young American minds while they are still pliable. It appears that as part of its reenactment of Goebbels "economic education" curriculum, the Fed will now directly appeal to K 8-12 student, in which it will elucidate on the premise of "Constitutionality of a Central Bank." You know - just in case said young (and soon to be very unemployed) minds get ideas that heaven forbid, the master bank running the US is not exactly constitutional - you know, that whole thing between Andrew Jackson and the Second Bank of the United States...

And in case one is wondering what dogmatic propaganda their childredn will be filled with, here is tje course outline.

Lesson Description

The Constitution of the United States outlines the basic principles of the U.S. government. This lesson focuses on the express and implied powers of Congress and the power of the Supreme Court to decide whether a law is unconstitutional. In this lesson, students learn about McCulloch v. Maryland, a case decided in 1819 over (1) whether the state of Maryland had the right to tax the Second Bank of the United States and (2) whether Congress had violated the Constitution in establishing the Bank. Students also review the expressed powers of Congress identified in the Constitution and analyze how Congress implements the necessary and proper (elastic) clause to enact its expressed powers. Finally, students use their knowledge of McCulloch v. Maryland and the necessary and proper clause to consider the constitutionality of the Federal Reserve System.

Concepts

Expressed powers
Federal Reserve Act
Fiat money
Implied powers
Necessary and proper (elastic) clause
Precedent
Value of money [ZH: lol]

Objectives

Students will:

  • define expressed powers, implied powers, precedent, fiat money, the Federal Reserve Act, the necessary and proper (elastic) clause, and the value of money;
  • cite examples of the expressed powers granted to Congress in Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution;
  • explain the meaning of the necessary and proper (elastic) clause;
  • explain the significance of the McCulloch vs. Maryland Supreme Court case; and
  • give examples of the implied powers necessary to implement various expressed powers.

Yet the oddest thing about the lesson plan is visual #4. It speaks for itself:

Well thanks for the warning...

Full lesson:

 

 


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Mon, 03/12/2012 - 16:39 | Link to Comment Bunga Bunga
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Will they teach too that "fractional reserve banking" resembles a Ponzi Scheme?

Tue, 03/20/2012 - 14:29 | Link to Comment Zero Debt
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Not before they have gone through the biography of the "Honorable" Charles Ponzi whose invesdtors money unfortunately vaporized, a tradgedy for which he was deeply sorry.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 16:48 | Link to Comment israhole
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Between Feducation and the mandated Holohoax indoctrination, our kids have lost 2/3 of the school day.  It's a Jew World Order, and you're a Goy.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 16:56 | Link to Comment LawsofPhysics
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There you go, same as it ever was, and if you have to ask "what's a goy?", then it's you.

The path back to sound money will be bloody, to be sure.  It always is.  Hedge accordingly.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 16:51 | Link to Comment LawsofPhysics
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Should be no doubt that the bankers have won, again.  Same as it ever was.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 16:52 | Link to Comment Withdrawn Sanction
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Article I, Section 8 expressly provides that (among other powers) Congress shall have the power to coin money and regulate the value thereof.

Based on that clause, it is quite clear the Fed is patently unconstitutional.  No mumbo jumbo either about delegation.  Congress cannot delegate expressly provided powers outside itself, otherwise that delegated power no longer resides where the Constitution placed it.  The only way for Congress to delegate its monetary role to a non-Congressional entity is through amendment.  

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:50 | Link to Comment my puppy for prez
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Seems to me that they would have had to amend the Constitution in order for the FED to be legal.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 16:55 | Link to Comment route40misery
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Rewriting history books too?  Best to include both if you want to fool all. 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 16:55 | Link to Comment route40misery
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Rewriting history books too?  Best to include both if you want to fool all. 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 16:55 | Link to Comment bugs_
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I pledge allegiance to the Fed

of the world banking system

and to the liquidity for which it stands

one lender under god indivisible

exempt from liberty and justice above all

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 16:56 | Link to Comment spinone
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This is great news. They're concerned. Reacting out of fear and defensive.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:39 | Link to Comment SMG
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I hope you're right.  I could use some good news. I think we all could.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 16:57 | Link to Comment saarislan
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Justice Stephen Field, the sole dissenter from the Supreme Court's 1884 majority decision in Juilliard v. Greenman, which said the federal government had the power to print money in peacetime. "I see only evil likely to follow," the dissent said. "Why should there be any restraint upon unlimited appropriations by the government for all imaginary schemes of public improvement, if the printing press can furnish the money that is needed for them?"
Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:13 | Link to Comment Money 4 Nothing
Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:05 | Link to Comment Ganja Jane
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Public Schools=Government Sponsored Corporate Indoctrination Centers.

 

Taxpayer funded!!!

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:08 | Link to Comment Alcoholic Nativ...
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So is the radio and the TV.  

 

RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:26 | Link to Comment Ganja Jane
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Pick your "programming": Fox News or MSNBC...

"I'm Ganja Jane and I interrupt your regularly scheduled viewing to bring you this urgent message: You're regularly lied to by your government about the state of affairs as policy. Everything is not OK and you are not special. You may now return to your scheduled programming."

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:04 | Link to Comment Frastric
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Relax folks, kids brains are so unwired to maths, science and anything complicated they'll switch off to these lessons. If the Fed had any brains, which it doesn't, it should simply target the lower grades with lots of cartoons and kids movies promoting the Fed. Or even dump this shit on kid's TV...

 

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 01:59 | Link to Comment Yes We Can. But...
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Perhaps a Fed video game, in which one controls a copter, dropping pallets of fresh currency on drooling masses, arms open toward the sun

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:07 | Link to Comment Smartie37
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FIRST LESSON: 

THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE FED ARE..................................

SECOND LESSON:

Do the interests of the shareholders coincide or CONFLICT with those of the citizens who PAY TAXES ?????????????????

Tue, 03/20/2012 - 14:31 | Link to Comment Zero Debt
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And if it is a bank, where can we see an audited balance sheet and cash flow statement...?

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:12 | Link to Comment Bastiat
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Next up Valerie Jarrett will teach a class in photo-shopping birth certificates and sealing all your records and transcripts.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:19 | Link to Comment Marina
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I'd be more frightened and disgusted if kids in 8-12 grade could read.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:28 | Link to Comment Ganja Jane
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I'd be shocked if they could actually read...

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:28 | Link to Comment Lost Wages
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Who cares what the Fed is doing to the kids? This is an election year so it's time to talk about Roe v. Wade and whether or not a 50 cent condom is a legitimate medical expense for Christian douchebags.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 18:24 | Link to Comment ebworthen
Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:29 | Link to Comment Crab Cake
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No. Burn the federal reserve branches, then burn the too big too fail offices and branches, THEN let the Bernankes and Dimons of the world meet Bubba, knock over any remaining edifices at said former institutions, salt the ground, and finally pull the traitors out of the hole with Bubba and hang them till dead.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:44 | Link to Comment Sunshine n Lollipops
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Sounds like a good start.

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 00:14 | Link to Comment engineertheeconomy
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There's nothing between us and them except a few wimpy cops, what are we waiting for?

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:41 | Link to Comment juggalo1
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The lesson plan is for a discussion of the constitutionality of the bank.  It is about history.  A federal reserve is constitutional.  A central bank is constitutional.  Confiscation of private citizen's gold and conversion at to fiat currency at an arbitrary rate is constitutional.  These are all facts due to Supreme Court decisions.  Arguing about the words is irrelevant.  The Supreme Court decides what is constitutional.  Some people need to review this lesson plan in particular.  They might also have added "originalist" as one of the key terms.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:49 | Link to Comment ebworthen
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So you're saying we start by getting rid of the Supreme Court?

"The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers."

Is that it?

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:41 | Link to Comment sadpanda
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I'll help let those kids know that they can't discharge their future student loan debt. Because some of the fed's  fucktard banker buddies decided pay for some lobbyist. Student loans are also a good way to fuck your credit even if you are young and responsible. You're average grad school 22-28 year old needs another high school clunker car. So they go to J.D byryder for 21% rate loans and to rent a center to fix up their first place. With student loan debts and inflation. That generation is completely fucked. The gubermint gets half the death tax on their boomer parents. Ninja generation for sure.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:43 | Link to Comment gwar5
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Very nauseating, and in line with the FEDs outreach to the military with Bernankestan's recent speechifying onsite to our troops in Texas. 

 

Suppose it was one big oil company that had a government sponsored total monopoly on our fuel and was allowed to serreptiously dilute the gas at the pump 3% per year, every year, for a century?  And address our troops and public school kids, masquarading as a branch of government? Banksterism and Marxism are pinscher movements of the same embedded totalitarian army. 

They are afraid. But what's more, by targeting the 8-12 graders the FED is smugly implying they plan on sticking around. I guess by skipping the older generations they  are targeted as the useless bread eaters ready for FEMA camps.

Generational warfare. The young will be told their student loans will be forgiven if they put a pillow over grandma's face. Medicare liabilities solved.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:46 | Link to Comment my puppy for prez
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What did Benny say to the troops in TX?

Something like, "Lead is NOT considered money"?  lol

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 08:54 | Link to Comment Money 4 Nothing
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I disagree. it's the application of Lead into a 5.56 round which is definitely MoNeY baby! Same guy who said Gold is a relic? Until you have to bail your Country out with it, it's all in the application of these metals that he is glossing over constantly. There you have it.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:50 | Link to Comment faustian bargain
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This is fucked up.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 17:57 | Link to Comment General Decline
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Modern day Hitler youth....
http://snapscouts.org/

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 23:49 | Link to Comment TheFourthStooge-ing
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I'm going to be violently ill.

 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 18:05 | Link to Comment alfred b.
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First question from a 10th grader.

   Hey please Mr. Fed, just where exactly does all this money come from, and exactly how much am I on the f++king hook for??

 

 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 18:10 | Link to Comment Zero Govt
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desperation tactics by The Fed

they're losing the popularity contest, step up the propaganda campaign

presumably the Fed will be as good at this as every other responsibility they're given: total shite

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:16 | Link to Comment greecerules
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The fed saved America from depression and your complaining?  Is 30 % unemployment better for you?  

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 20:01 | Link to Comment Withdrawn Sanction
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Sure, pal, sure.  Nice false dichotomy.  The only way that statement's remotely true is if the Fed "saved" the Depression for a "better" time.

They bought time, that's all....and managed to squander what they bought...just like everything else they've been entrusted with.

$16 trillion (plus another $10 trillion in CB swaps), and you think that's a bargain? (numbers courtesy of GAO).

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 18:13 | Link to Comment blindman
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@
"24.Explain that Congress used powers granted in the necessary and proper clause todelegate its monetary powers to the Federal Reserve System. And, in doing so,Congressattempted to keep the power to regulate the money supply at arm’s length from thepolitical process. Those creating the Federal Reserve Act believed that this would helpkeep the money supply from being used as a political tool. Discuss the following:•Three essential components of the Federal Reserve System are the Board ofGovernors (with a maximum of 7 governors) in Washington, D.C., 12 District(regional) Reserve Banks located throughout the United States, and the FederalOpen Market Committee (FOMC) composed of the 7 governors, the president ofthe Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and 4 District Bank presidents who serveon a rotating basis.•The Federal Reserve regulates the rate of growth of the money supply. In moderneconomies, money includes currency and coin as well as deposits in checkingaccounts. Broader definitions of money include deposits in savings accounts,money market accounts, and some time-deposit accounts.•The members of the FOMC determine the best monetary policy to regulate thegrowth of the money supply."
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here the instructor is to introduce the ideas of steve keen to explain
how market prices are actually distorted to the point of economic
conflagration, revealing the ponzi nature of the entire exercise, through
debt securitization and the resulting dwarfing of money supply and industry
itself with fraud and unavoidable regulatory capture reaching to the highest
offices of government..

responses will vary. school will be let out early and the teachers will go
on strike.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 18:14 | Link to Comment Pumpkin
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Article 1 Section 10, things prohibited by the states, the states can't deal in federal reserve notes because they are not GOLD OR SILVER.  This means in their business or in their courts, they can't force a payment in anything but gold or silver.  Yeah, the fed is constitutional, as long as the states don't deal in their notes.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 18:20 | Link to Comment Killtaker
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Getting this segment of America to pay attention for more than 5 minutes will be a victory...

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 18:30 | Link to Comment Atomizer
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What? FED is going to issue copies of Jekell Island to students? This is just not right.  

/sarc

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 18:34 | Link to Comment dark pools of soros
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# 22 ends with a trap question...

 

Ask the students why Congress would establish a

central bank and not simply allow Congress to be responsible for the money supply?

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Answers will vary.

 

 

 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 18:49 | Link to Comment Haole
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If there was any real education being conducted in the "education system", kids would be graduating high school fluent (written and oral) in two or three languages, knowing sound financial and monetary policy (unlike the Fed curriculum I can only imagine) and with tickets in technical trades or other applicable/productive skillsets, etc.  Keep kids off the fucking Ritalin, poisonous fast food and away from "network programming", really educate them, and it would be a renaissance.  Alas the machine is not at all interested in educating "American" kids apparently and much of the population being bloated, programmed and endebted zombie parasites who all think it's perfectly normal is no accident.   Perception is everything, after you pervert it and the language, even bright kids simply accept the machine and that's it.  The children of children.  Unfortunate that being able to use a smart phone and navigate Facebook, maybe prepare a latté or sub sandwich, won't quite do the trick in funding the soon to be mythical animals like pension obligations and other evaporating social pozi schemes that have always been taken for granted by people approaching retirement or just in.  

 

 

 

 

 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:12 | Link to Comment greecerules
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And who would educate students in this perfect world of yours?  Let me guess each for their own right? 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 21:14 | Link to Comment Haole
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"And who would educate students in this perfect world of yours?"

 

Not the likes of people that allegedly "educated" you certainly...

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:42 | Link to Comment my puppy for prez
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Unfortunately, all that you mentiom

n should be done is diametrically opposite of their true agenda!

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 21:06 | Link to Comment Haole
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What a coincidence, eh?  /sarc

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 10:20 | Link to Comment CoolBeans
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Yep.  Teachers are directed to "teach to the test".  No real thinking involved and no creativity. 

The schools are mainly concerned that the kids can answer the evaluating tests to ensure the school's numbers go up or stay up.  If you take most kids in public schools and ask them to expound on an open-ended question....they struggle sorely. 

Lessons are spoon-fed.  Many kids who aren't getting supplemental educational assistance at home are not being taught to be independent thinkers with creatively wandering minds.  That scares me. 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 18:54 | Link to Comment WallStreetRanter
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"Explain that for a long time thereafter, the United States did not have a central bank,and the U.S. economy experienced many financial panics and economic problems as a result."

Oh Ya? Did the great depression occur during this time? Wait, no, that was WITH a central bank. Stagflationary 70s? Nope, had a central bank. Tech bubble? Nope, central bank. Housing Bubble and massive resulting bank failures and bailouts....Ah, again, a central bank.......I see a theme here.....

The Wall Street Ranter

 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:06 | Link to Comment greecerules
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The great depression was a result of poor policy they increased rates and taxes at a time where they should have stimulated the economy. Exactly what Bernanke did this time around which has prevented another depression. 

 

As for the rest of the economic mishaps who cares?  America survived and became the most powerful country in the world. Something impossible to achieve without he fed and the modern monetary system. 

 

Everyone complaining is more interested in returning to the dark ages vs improving peoples lives. 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:39 | Link to Comment Smartie37
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Another lame attempt..............or maybe a competitor for MDB's wryness ??

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 23:53 | Link to Comment TheFourthStooge-ing
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A lobotomized MDB still wouldn't be this lame.

 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 23:12 | Link to Comment Moe Howard
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And al capone really made the economy of Cicero hum. whatever. they pay you for this drivel? Posting from where? Tel Aviv?

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:08 | Link to Comment notadouche
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They play their games and I'll play mine.  My children, elementary age come home with their "school education" then I follow it up with the truth.  It's good to get 2 eductations.  It's best to know what they want you to know and also know what is wrong with what they want you to know.  I do not leave it up to the public shcools to teach my children other than how to socialize with other people and math.  When it comes to history, economy, and climate propoganda I inform them of another side of the coin that either the school cannot bring up or will not bring up.  Then the kids can make up their own mind with all the information they get.  Just like letting them know that their are two sides to every coin and nothing in the world but mathmatics is black and white.  

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:34 | Link to Comment CoolBeans
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You are a wonderful parent, I'm sure.

I wish other kids had the same benefits.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 22:37 | Link to Comment americanspirit
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Obviously you are a terrorist, Imagine anyone wanting to teach their children anything after the public schools have given them all they need to know.

On the other hand - bravo!

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:33 | Link to Comment CoolBeans
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You know...when one really digs into what public education does to our kids - it makes a person want to heave.

I started paying attention to issues in history books after these things popped up in the news here and there + especially after picking up a elementary, then a middle school history book.  I started watching how our school's board had passed on books without actually reading them.  I then became a school board member (having 4 kids in school starts making a person pay attention) and I started really looking into the inner workings of the administration, the board and what goes on in terms of lessons.

A few years later?  All but one of my children are virtual schooled.  Even then, we have taken issue with a few history lessons - and have made it a point to supplement their education to ensure comprehensive material is covered.

The oldest is fine - he gets a good "mind cleansing" from us (the parents) and is bright enough to question some of the lessons.  I must also say he's had some excellent teachers who can see through some of the muck being hurled around in lessons (or the sad omissions in many lessons - esp. in history).  This retort does not mean to attack teachers - we have said some fabulous teachers over the years and we appreciate many of them.  My issue is what the public school system teachers (or fails to teach) our children.  But, even this my oldest - we've found the need to address so many issues either not taught at all OR worse...taught with a horrific "slant". 

If I had one wish that I could give the kids of the US:  It would be that each could receive a comprehensive educational experience in a "home school" or "chartered" environment - away from a public school system that seeks to grind out good soldiers/sheeple. 

Granted, some schools are terrific and some teachers are astoundingly wonderful...but the overall education system is soooo broken.

 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 23:18 | Link to Comment optimator
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Count the time an average kid spends on the bus, lunch hour, recess, Holidays, teachers workshops, snow days, study hall -- two hours of home schooling gives your kids more than they'd get in public school. 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:40 | Link to Comment dolph9
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Yeah but do you think they're teaching anything different in private schools or at home?

Give me a break.  The most reliable supporters of American Empire are the religious and home schooled sheeple.  Without question.  The CIA is filled with Mormons.

If there is one thing that is never allowed in America, it's questioning America and its power and institutions, including the Federal Reserve.

The Federal Reserve is as American as apple pie.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 19:49 | Link to Comment CoolBeans
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They are at THIS homeschool. 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 23:10 | Link to Comment Moe Howard
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I'm in America, I question America and its power and institutions and the notFederal noReserves, and have taught my children that and spoke out openly in the public square in front of congress creeps cops etc. I stand here free.

Now if a few more spoke up, we may have a chance.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 23:51 | Link to Comment CitizenPete
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bump

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 23:50 | Link to Comment CitizenPete
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Yeah. LMFAO keep drinking the tap water. LMAO

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 20:09 | Link to Comment lizzy36
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This is awesome.

Here in the land of oilsands, my 7 year old nephew is learning about "global warming".

As he told me "we are all going to die because the ice is melting" and the solution to global warming is .........LIGHT BULBS. Yes folks the book that is teaching him about global warming is sponsored by GE. There is nothing in said book about the mercury in the GE "green" lightbulbs.

I raised such a stink to my sister and to a friend of mine who is head of the Parents Committee at the school, that the book has been removed from all the classrooms at the school. 

My 7 year old nephew has such a raw mind that he had absorbed what this book told him to think. He is more than capable of understanding critical reasoning skills and yet oddly there is NO "unit" or "subject" on such a skill set in his school.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 22:42 | Link to Comment americanspirit
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Good for you Lizzy 36 - don't stop fighting. Your 7 year old nephew is worth every effort you can make. And while the conspiracy at the top of the pyramid is solid, at the local level concerned parents/relatives can still face down the local representatives of the conspiracy. They have only the illusion of control - at the moment.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 23:06 | Link to Comment Moe Howard
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I also cheer you on. My seven year old came home years ago and told me he was worried about drugs. Some cop DARE scared the kids. I wish I had a story to tell like yours. Instead, I sat him down and explained he had nothing to be afraid of, this was not right they scared him and everything was ok.

 

They are some sick fucking bastards. If I had to do over I would have homeschooled my children.

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 07:29 | Link to Comment Ganja Jane
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GE+Comcast+Standard Oil+UN+ Feminist movement + 9/11 + not mentioned for lack of linear time and space= ROCKEFELLER

RIP Aaron Russo

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 10:08 | Link to Comment CoolBeans
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Good for you Lizzy36! You are an American Patriot Aunt.

Prior to my school board days and before we homeschooled, we actually "opted out" of this load o' crap being taught in school -- such as when they showed the entire school "An Inconvenient Truth".  My husband went to the superintendent to see if an alternate presentation was to be made -- to help ensure the kids received a BALANCED presentation so they could weigh both sides. 

Wed, 03/14/2012 - 00:43 | Link to Comment Clashfan
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And Lizzy, when your nephew is old enough, what will you say to him about 911?

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 20:10 | Link to Comment PAUL LEO FASO
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When it comes to the Federal Reserve Bank,  I am always happy to respond to their criminality by posting this following plan to place this vile syndicate under arrest, attach their ill gotten gains, seize their buildings to put homeless veterans into as payback for running a petro/dollar scam for nearly 100 years of deceit and fraud.

 

http://www.zerohedge.com/print/365866

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 20:11 | Link to Comment EuroSovietSerf
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Dear mary.c.suiter@stls.frb.org and scott.a.wolla@stls.frb.org, I spit on your propaganda class.

QE = money printing = causing inflation/helping the rich = debasing currency = treason.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 20:39 | Link to Comment ServingMyKing
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What is this thing you speak of? "The Constitution"?

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 23:01 | Link to Comment Moe Howard
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AKA "blank check" or dba "suicide pact".

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 20:45 | Link to Comment Michael Victory
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what a beautiful mess.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 21:08 | Link to Comment BGO
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Not sure if this has been mentioned yet, but AMC has a new show with vaguely similar content that begins airing sometime later this year. The entire show is based on the DHS and focuses on showing viewers why the DHS is their good bestest fwend. I can't imagine more than two people would watch, but, considering the format, anything is certainly possible.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 22:59 | Link to Comment Moe Howard
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They have a built in audience, that dude in charge of homeland security, and, eh, huh, yeah, that dude napalinaoo in charge of homeland security. That's a dude, right? Have her hands started shaking uncontroably like that other dude, janet reno's did, after she bbqed those men women and children in waco? If there is a God, he has a lot of pain to inflict on some people for the evil they have done here.

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 10:03 | Link to Comment CoolBeans
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My kids scream "MAN-Woman" everytime they see her on the news.

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 10:02 | Link to Comment CoolBeans
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Unreal!  Just another good reason to monitor what the kids are watching OR what is left on the TV and playing in the background.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 21:16 | Link to Comment strayaway
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The Federal Reserve should also be teaching that in Wickard v. Filburn federal limits were placed on home-grown wheat never intended to be marketed at all, because home production would reduce demand and thereby affect the price of wheat. It follows that any good or service we provide for ourselves similarly distorts national demand and can therefore be regulated by the federal government.

 -info from http://www.thenation.com/article/166672/why-obamas-healthcare-law-consti...

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 21:16 | Link to Comment Atomizer
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Here you go kids, I don't think you can acquire a iCentral Bank Fraud app download from Apple, yet.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8484911570371055528#

 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 21:32 | Link to Comment Atomizer
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One last post kiddies, ask your progressive Financial Skool teacher to explain the history of 'Tulip and Bulb bust.'

 

http://www.investopedia.com/features/crashes/crashes2.asp#axzz1oxIighfk

Have a guess on the next bust.. Facefuck & social media ventures. Good luck kids. Grill that bearded, baldheaded asshole who acts very nervous while spinning lies on national TV.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 21:51 | Link to Comment dcb
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the fed has lots to teach people

1) regulatory capture

2) conflict of interest

3)crony capitialism

4) narcisstic personality disoprder

5) two tiered justice system

6) buddy system ("you scratch my back I'll stractch yours)

7) The importance of relationships over actual skill in america

8) corruption

9) secrecy

10)how to tell a lie legally

11) entitlement

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 21:52 | Link to Comment dcb
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12) kleptocracy

13) oligarchy

 

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 00:50 | Link to Comment dark pools of soros
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14) usury debt chains

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 08:44 | Link to Comment Money 4 Nothing
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15) fascism, and a ton of other "ism's" in tow.

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 10:00 | Link to Comment CoolBeans
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They'll have to move this curriculum up from law school into middle/high school.

Sorry - there are some good attorneys  out there...somewhere.  No, seriously - there are - and God bless 'em because they are greatly outnumbered.

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 22:39 | Link to Comment agrotera
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in our face overlord liars...

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 22:54 | Link to Comment Moe Howard
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Hey kids, let's go Fed viral, go to this or any other custom rubber stamp vendor

 

http://www.rubberstampchamp.com/FixedSize.aspx?ProductID=IDEAL%u00ae+30&qty=1

And get a nice self inking rubber stamp that says something like "END THE FED" or maybe "BACKED BY NOTHING" and stamp it on pieces of paper that may pass through your hands into some other person's hands, spreading the word and good cheer.

It's more fucking fun than a Mr. Microphone at half the price, and educational too! Decorate your wacky bernake bucks with your custom message! Fun and educational for the whole family!

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 22:57 | Link to Comment The Gooch
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You see little Jimmy, that's why this class is called consumer economics.

You'll have to get a big, fat, student loan for the producer class. 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 22:58 | Link to Comment The Gooch
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Oh yeah... and A PRINTING PRESS!

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 23:04 | Link to Comment Let The Wurlitz...
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The federal government is filled with a bunch of sick MFers.

And The Wurlitzer Plays on .....

 

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 23:51 | Link to Comment Bansters-in-my-...
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Make me puke.!!!!

Fuck You Bankers.

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 00:05 | Link to Comment engineertheeconomy
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Kids this is what the United States Government  DOESN'T want you to learn...

http://thelibertyclub.net/emry.pdf

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 04:09 | Link to Comment Bloodstock
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Good report easy for many to undersand. Print and distribute it folks.

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 01:36 | Link to Comment cnhedge
Tue, 03/13/2012 - 09:55 | Link to Comment TheFourthStooge-ing
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Fuck off, Guo Tao, you retarded spammer!

 

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 03:43 | Link to Comment AnAnonymous
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They also teach that Thomas Paine was a founding father.

Nothing new.

US citizens are duplicitous.

Come back in thirty years, and that story will be the same aim, US citizens uniting to defend that version.

It is what US citizens look for, stories to congregate around so they get a purpose, a group feeling.

That they know that this story is story, well, no doubt about that. And that it will be the concrete that will determine the winner/loser groups too.

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 03:49 | Link to Comment AnAnonymous
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Best part, to call Andrew Jackson to the rescue.

The judicial power was learnt its proper position by Andrew Jackson with the indian lands theft.

Judicial gave the point about constitutionality. Well, it learnt that there is constitutionality and constitutionality.

It shows how US citizens are trapped, how US citizenism is such a ghost built on a bubble on nothing. You cant develop any train of thought within US citizenism framework without blowing yourself one step later.

So their reference about the mandatory respect of the US constitution? One US citizen president who blatantly denied the Constitution.

That is reality. You cant invent it.

US citizen reality.

And that is all funny.

Could not give clearer insight on the eternal nature of US citizens.

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 04:01 | Link to Comment Bloodstock
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It's good to see that the Fed is this desperate. Let the rest of us continue with the truth and the truth shall prevail.

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 11:02 | Link to Comment cfosnock
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I would dare say that 75% of this country has no idea about the Fed except that they "set" the interest rate which affects their credit cards. Educating the public would be a mistake. The Fed like the mafia they must live in the shadows.

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 12:28 | Link to Comment rew2
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Nowhere does that lesson plan make any mention of Article I, section 10.  Where it says, "States shall not make anything but gold or silver coin a tender in payment of debts."

So while the federal government may have the power to print fiat currency, states can't use it.

Leaving out thar part of the Constitution in a discussion of the government's monetary powers is fraud.

 

Tue, 03/13/2012 - 20:10 | Link to Comment blindman
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dOidFQSH10&feature=endscreen
Sherman Skolnick with Eustace Mullins, pt 5 of 7

Tue, 03/20/2012 - 13:46 | Link to Comment Odin
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Too little too late banking overlords... You'll have to kill everyone under the age of 35 to stop this awakening...

 

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