Education or Indoctrination

One has to wonder who is running this country’s public education system, the states and local municipalities or national teachers unions.

You have several local public school systems, and I emphasize the word ‘local’, that are kowtowing to the national teachers unions, ignoring the needs of the children on the local level and using this situation to grab and consolidate their power over something that is local. Consider this, private schools, after a period of time to look at the facts, began a phased reopening of their facilities to the point where several are operating pretty much normal with only minor changes. The question you have to ask is what the difference is between them and public schools is when you look at this.

The basic answer is the power the unions have slowly acquired. I will agree that there are things unions can do to protect or at least give voice to their members. But they have been given so much power, more and more on a national level I might point out, that it’s them that are running the school system, not the people that are affected and pay for the system. Maybe we do need some union representation but it’s gone beyond representation to them running the system, not the people paying for it and are directly impacted by it.

Another thing is the curriculums that are being pushed into the schools on almost every grade level. More emphasis seems to be being placed on what appears to be social issues then on the 3 Rs. Comparing curriculums to other school systems around the world show the U.S. is too far down the scale. When I went to school in the 60’s through ’72 I can remember having a couple of radical teachers that would slip in their political opinions by having after school groups and clubs that were supported by the school but not really having any real significance. Now it’s no longer after school activities, but actual parts of the curriculum and many times it appears they are emphasized over the subjects that are needed to be able to get and hold a productive job. And again this is more prominent in the public system then in the private schools.

I believe the term I’m looking for is indoctrination vs. education.

Alan Marshall

Slight of Hand at It’s Best

Unless you’re paying close to what the (National Socialist) Democrat Politburo is doing in the Congress you are not aware of their low profile actions to virtually lockdown their tenuous hold on the Senate by getting Washington D.C. and possibly Puerto Rico statehood status, giving each of them 2 votes in the Senate, votes that can be pretty much guarantee the ‘rats a perpetual majority in the Senate.

Time for a history lesson. Way back in the beginning of this country the founders began discussing how the government would operate. One thing they wanted a system that would provide for a series of checks and balances that give each branch as equal as possible a level of power to allow it to represent the individual citizen as well as give each state as an entity a voice as well. It was decided to form the House of Representatives. This would be made up of people elected by the individual citizens. This sort of resembles the House of Commons in the British government. To give each state as a whole a voice the Senate was created. In order to give each state, regardless of size, an equal voice in the new government it was decided to give each state 2 members in the Senate. These representatives were selected by the individual State governments, not the individual citizen. While not perfect, this system gave representation to all at all levels. The House gave voice to the individual; the Senate gave voice to the States. Again, not perfect but as equal as can be.

Fast forward to 1913. The 17th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified and the selection of individual State Senators is taken away from the State Legislature and given to the individual citizen. The individual States as an entity no longer have representation in the Federal government. It also creates a partisan nightmare we are dealing with today.

The basic, simple solution is obvious; repeal the 17th Amendment and return to the original system first established. Can you imagine that?

The problem is this will never happen because it would destroy the grip of power the liberals currently enjoy because the Senate would most likely swing to the right, possibly strongly.

Imagine that, an American government Of the People being run By the People. Imagine the liberal panic, letting the People actually have control over their own lives.

Alan Marshall

A War for the Soul of America

More and more we are seeing the situation at the southern border deteriorating to the point that for all intents and purposes there is no control. The current administration took a system that was working, maybe not as well as it could but was at least getting something done, and almost immediately cancelled it without any kind system to replace it. We are seeing, in real time, the result…total chaos.

Add to this chaos the IMMEDIATE termination of the construction of the border wall, something that was working, and the additional fallout of all those workers becoming unemployed overnight. One thing that was not covered a lot was the fact that the workers got hammered but the actual companies that employed them had an out in their contracts so while they got hit, it was nothing like the individual workers. That is a whole different topic of discussion and it’s something that happens under both D and R administrations.

The thing that’s not being talked about a whole lot is what else is going on in the House and the Senate. The most obvious, and in my opinion most dangerous to the Republic, is H.R. 1. This bill would in essence take control of elections from the individual states and move it under the federal government. Given the makeup of the Senate it will most likely pass there as well but only because it will require the vote of the VP to break the tie. This means that the only thing standing between the power of the individual States and a complete takeover of one of the most important cornerstones of our system of government is the 3rd branch of government, the Supreme Court. Given the current makeup of the Court there is a very good chance that H.R. 1 would not survive a ruling. This, in my opinion, is the reason for the sudden resurrection in attacks on Judge Cavanaugh. I believe there is going to be a growing call for the impeachment of Judge Cavanaugh in order to try to change the makeup of the Court and thus change the balance of power on the Court. I believe, given the current makeup of the Court, if and when this went before them it would be declared Unconstitutional, and my prediction is it would be under a 5-4 vote.

The (National Socialist) Democrat Politburo sees that they currently have the power (barely) to get their agendas through and it’s obvious they are doing just that. Currently the biggest problem they have is the actions taken by Biden where he basically opened the borders, intentionally or unintentionally, and the overwhelming flood began. He is sending asset after asset, government organization after government organization to the border and from what I can see, with no organization or coordination to try to correct what he has done.

I’m not sure if this is being intentionally done in order to distract from their other actions in an attempt to consolidate and solidify their current power grab, or it’s the result of Biden blindly following far left members of his party. One thing that is sure is that regardless of which it is, it means the average American citizen better hunker down and get ready for a rough ride over the next two years minimum. Additionally we need to fight every step of the way for the next two years in order to be able to hopefully reverse this travesty. But  you know the ‘rats are going to fight tooth and nail to get the changes they have been wanting to keep their current majority now and into the foreseeable future as their first step to consolidating a permanent one party rule.

Is this the beginning of something no one wants to verbalize?

Alan Marshall 

Pay Attention

The National Socialist Democrat left, along with their handful of RINOs sycophants, are on a roll and they know it. Their H.R.1 having been passed is but the first of many things they have been waiting for. And know that they have tasted victory they are becoming bolder.

They have what they’ve been craving, that being total control of two of the three branches of government and believe they have the right to do WHATEVER they want. The only thing standing in the way is the third branch, that being the Judicial. And because the majority of that branch are known Constitutionalists and will very likely reverse the majority of H.R.1 they will do everything they can to delay and distract until they can come up with a plan to gain a majority there as well.

At the same time they are using their majority in the other two branches to attempt to establish a permanent majority regardless of what it takes, legal or illegal. They are prepared to disregard the Constitution and attempt to pass legislation that in essence ignores the Constitution and makes all elections a federal function and disregards the rights of State and Local governments and their election laws. We’ve already seen blatant disregard for the system where State courts, not legislatures, made rulings on elections.

The Socialist, Leftist Democrat Party saw an opportunity, rolled the dice, and won. They have won the first battle in the war to do away with our system of government and are on the way to convert it from a Constitutional Representative form to what in essence a Socialist form. They’ve taken the first step towards One Party Rule, and unless Republican/Conservative leaders get their act together and Republican/Conservative minded people get more involved and stand up to what I truly believe is a minority we are going to go under.

Ask yourself this question. How was it that our Lt. Governor and the State Legislature, Republicans, won by such a healthy margin yet Duke Cooper got reelected. There may be a reasonable explanation for this and I would like to see what it is.

I personally believe we as a country are at a serious crossroad in our history similar to that of the Civil War. What I don’t believe is it has to go to that extent. But we should not think that we can’t.

Alan Marshall

Are We A Country In Crisis?

Many would think that something as massive as the Covid-19 pandemic would breach things like political obstacles simply because of the fact that it doesn’t care what your political beliefs are. And if you were talking just about the pandemic itself you’d be right. The problem is it’s gone beyond that. If there was ever an apolitical subject, this is it. But the only way that’s going to come out is if both sides concede that the other side was just as important in getting us where we are in defeating this crisis.

Operatives in the Biden administration are doing their best to make it appear that the Trump administration was all talk but no action and it was them, the Biden people that actually got the ball rolling. I have heard one individual; I believe he was a senior White House individual on Covid that actually, reluctantly gave credit to the Trump administration for their part in getting the ball rolling and creating the base for the vaccine rollout which has led to the rapid surge in vaccinations under the Biden administration.

Yes, I give credit to both Administrations for where we are at this point. To do anything else would be disingenuous and divisive. But to hear the Biden mouthpieces tell it, all progress…all progress…is the result of the Biden Administration.

Now let’s get down to the real elephant in the room. In my opinion all of this is NOT the Biden Administration talking. It is in reality the (National Socialist) Democrat Politburo using him as their cover to operate and pass legislation they want. They have taken distraction to the nth degree. The Pelosi/Schumer/Harris triumvirate with the Democrat majority in both houses of Congress has all the power they need to ram through virtually anything they want, along with occasional help from the RINOs in both chambers. The term for this is ‘one party rule’, something the ‘rats have only dreamed of up to now.

Getting this power was the first step. The next is maintaining it, and we’re seeing the start of that with H.R.1 which, if allowed to stand, is the beginning of the end of our current form government, a Representative Democracy, and the beginning of up to now I have jokingly referred to as a (National Socialist) Democrat Party.

Now more than ever We the People need to stand up and be heard.

Alan Marshall

Be On Guard…Be Prepared

People need to be paying very close attention to what is happening in the Congress.

Yes, the $1.9 trillion is extremely important and dangerous. The number I’ve seen is as low as only 11% actually applies to the covid crisis while the rest is pure pork payoff having no direct impact on the crisis. Add to this other legislation the (National Socialist) Democrat Politburo is trying to ram through in an attempt to further their lock on the American election system. As I’ve pointed out before, this is their one opportunity to lock up the system and ensure they will stay in power. They are currently trying to push through legislation that will attempt to take the election system from the states and move it to the Congress. This is the very antithesis of our system of electing our leaders. If successful it would effectively create a single party rule, i.e. (National Socialist) Democrat Politburo.

On top of all this money wasting madness there is Joe Biden, the supposed President. He pops up now and then with a statement about something then fades back out of the light until something comes up. It’s almost as if he’s brought out now and then to reassure the masses on whatever situation is high on the radar. From what I’ve heard he now holds the record for not yet holding a Presidential press conference since taking office. Why is that? Are they afraid to let him try to spontaneously answer questions from the press? One has to wonder.

H.R. 1 is the final solution for the ‘rats. It is on the verge of passing the house. Everyone needs to read it and see what it does. If H.R. 1 passes it will completely gut the whole basis of our government taking power away from the people and giving it to the politicians. Only what they want will matter, not We The People. Republicans, Independents, and Conservatives will be cut out of the system in a subtle manner. As I’ve said before, we are looking at a Democrat, Liberal run system with almost no chance of the other side having a say.

Where have we heard of something like this happening before in this country?

Alan Marshall

If You Can Keep It

Just when I thought that things coming out of the (National Socialist) Democrat Politburo couldn’t possibly get any crazier and/or scarier they manage to put forth something newer, crazier, and scarier. And this time I mean REALLY scarier.

Three dozen Democrats have signed and submitted a document that calls on the President of the United States, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the United States, to surrender complete control the use of nuclear arsenal of this country and instead require a committee…A COMMITTEE…to make the call on its use.

Just to remind people, the definition of a committee is an organism with six or more legs and no brain.

Immediately two questions come to mind on this, both of which makes one ask why do this now?

First, they see an opportunity to expand their power and are striking while the iron’s hot. They have the majority and know if they don’t do it now it may be a while before it comes around again.

Second, why now? The biggest thing that changed is who the President is, at least for now. Is it because they believe Biden is not competent enough to have a finger on the nuclear trigger? Is it because they see this as a way to gut the power of the Office of the President if and when they don’t have the majority?

This is a very, very, VERY dangerous action. As I said, this is an attempt to gut the power of the Office of the Presidency and shift more power to the Legislative branch. In a nutshell this is a blatantly obvious attempt by the (National Socialist) Democrat Politburo to consolidate as much power as possible in the branch of government they believe they have the ability to gain and maintain control of.

To say this is a very dangerous precedent. It is also possible that this is a first attempt to move on the Judicial Branch of the federal government. A move that will be more obviously signaled by attempts to add more judges to the Supreme Court while they have the necessary majority in the Senate to give it a chance of success. These are dangerous times for the Republic, Republicans and Conservatives.

I once again repeat the words attributed to Founding Father Benjamin Franklin when asked what form of government we had…”A Republic, if you can keep it.”

Can we?

Alan Marshall