Jihad to Subvert the Constitution

Human Events

Security experts want a new dividing line between “moderate” and “radical” Islam delineated not by violence but by a willingness to hold the U.S. Constitution as the supreme law of the land in America.

The new “Team B II report” (Shariah: The Threat to America) just out from a respected group of national security professionals details the threat America faces from Islamic shariah law, an ideology using a stealth approach called “civilization jihad” to subvert the Constitution.

Continue reading

Texas ed board adopts resolution calling for textbook publishers to limit references to Islam

This was a 7 to 5 Vote. What were the 5 people who voted against this thinking? What does it take to people like this to open their eyes? Maybe a 9/11 in their back yard? God forbid something like that would ever happen again but it’s amazing how quickly some people forget.        1 Dragon

Fox News

AUSTIN, Texas –  The Texas State Board of Education

adopted a resolution Friday that seeks to curtail references to Islam in Texas textbooks, as social conservative board members warned of what they describe as a creeping Middle Eastern influence in the nation’s publishing industry.

The board approved the one-page nonbinding resolution, which urges textbook publishers to limit what they print about Islam in world history books, by a 7-5 vote.

Continue reading

U.S. Education Secretary Vows to Make American Children ‘Good Environmental Citizens’

(CNSNews.com) – U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan vowed on Tuesday that his department would work to make American children into “good environmental citizens” through federally subsidized school programs beginning as early as kindergarten that teach children about climate change and prepare them “to contribute to the workforce through green jobs.”

“Right now, in the second decade of the 21st century, preparing our children to be good environmental citizens is some of the most important work any of us can do. It’s work that will serve future generations–and quite literally sustain our world,” Duncan said at the Education Department’s “Sustainability Education Summit: Citizenship and Pathways for a Green Economy.”

Continue reading