Muslim Parents Want To Kill Their Christian Daughter

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Why I Left Islam - Mahmoud

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School Choice Makes Financial Sense

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by Ben Boychuk

Empowering parents to choose the best school for their children - whether public or pri- vate, regardless of ZIP code - isn’t just the right thing to do. With states struggling to overcome yawning budget deficits, school choice makes good fiscal sense. Governors and state legislatures across the nation are facing a grim financial reality: More than $100 billion in federal education stimulus money is gone. Another bailout isn’t forthcoming, and voters have no great appetite for additional tax increases. After years of pumping up school spending, real cuts are coming. In fact, they’re overdue.

With resources tight, the smarter lawmakers and governors are proposing some ambitious reforms. These include establishing new teacher-evaluation rules and ending the practice of “last hired, first fired” that punishes younger teachers and protects time-servers; removing expensive class-size mandates; and renegotiating “Cadillac” pension plans.

Excellent ideas all. But states such as Florida, Indiana, New Jersey, Ohio and Pennsylvania are also considering legislation to establish or expand opportunity scholarship programs currently offering low-income parents or parents with disabled children the means to send their children to the school of their choice instead of one determined by their residence.

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Where do all our taxes go?

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IRANIUM: Nuclear Genocide in the Making (Full Movie)

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If you thought radical Islam didn’t have a country supporting their goals of world-wide domination and nuclear genocide, then you have been living under a rock for the past few years. Watch the hour long documentary featuring the show’s Frank Gaffney laying out the case of how a nuclear Iran could start the next world war.