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by Tim Brown

August 8, 2013

A whistle-blower in Albany, New York came forward that she personally reviewed Barack Obama's financial aid information, which stated that financial aid was given to Obama as foreign student and as a citizen of Indonesia.

In the original case there were over 100 pages that documented that Barack Obama was a citizen of Indonesia at the time he attended Occidental and that he has used fraudulent means to secure Identification. However, Superior Court Judge Charles Marginis ruled in favor of Occidental College and denied Taitz's motion to force them to produce Obama's college registration forms. Kathleen O'Leary, the Chief Judge of the Fourth District Court of Appeals, then re-instated the appeal.

June 22, 2013

A whistle-blower from Higher Education Services Corporation in Albany New York came forward and advised Attorney Orly Taitz that she personally reviewed Barack Obama's financial aid information, which stated that financial aid was given to Obama as foreign student and as a citizen of Indonesia. Additionally, Obama failed to submit the Appellee's brief in Taitz v Obama, Feinstein, Emken. This is an appeal, which was reinstated by the Chief Judge of the Fourth District Court of Appeal Kathleen O'Leary. Appellant Taitz filed her Appellant's brief.

Lew Rockwell

by Gary North

May 26, 2005

A whining child is an annoyance. When parents allow whining, it will continue. When they tire of hearing whining, some of them capitulate to the whiner. The whiner learns that whining pays.

When your child whines, you must intervene with negative sanctions, beginning no later than age three. The child learns this fact of life: whining never gains a benefit, and it may gain a spanking. Children learn about sanctions very early. They respond accordingly. Whining is curable at a young age.

ABC News

by Nathalie Tadena

July 29, 2009

Ask Warren Buffett to work with kids and he gets animated - literally. The legendary investor will be starring in "The Secret Millionaire's Club," an online cartoon series that teaches children about financial literacy, debuting in the fall on AOL.

Buffett was featured as the voice of James Madison in the PBS series "Liberty's Kids." In the "Secret Millionaire's Club," Buffett will voice his character who serves as a financial mentor to a group of kids in his hometown of Omaha, Neb. In one webisode, Buffett advises the club during a board meeting on whether to invest in a local candy company. In real-life, Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway owns See's Candies Inc.

The Washington Post

by Editorial

July 16, 2011

THE D.C. AUDITOR has confirmed what many observers of D.C. Public Schools' special education program already suspected: The program ill-serves children, frustrates parents and at the same time enriches outside lawyers, assessment firms and private schools

The official documentation of weak internal controls, poor accountability for school officials, enormous expenditures and alleged unethical or illegal relationships between certain law firms and advocacy groups puts the problem-plagued special education program squarely in the lap of the school board, mayor and council.


by Andrew Lu

January 15, 2013

In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, gun control laws and guns in schools are the talk of the town. In fact, New York is poised to pass the "toughest" gun control laws in the country today.

But is all this talk really just talk? If states were truly concerned about gun violence, especially gun violence in schools, wouldn't just about every state ban carrying guns on school grounds? Yet, if you take a close look at state laws, you'll see that more than a third of the states actually allow teachers and other adults to carry guns in schools, reports NBC News.

The New York Times

by Elizabeth Weil

June 3, 2007

According to the apple-or-coin test, used in the Middle Ages, children should start school when they are mature enough for the delayed gratification and abstract reasoning involved in choosing money over fruit.

In 15th- and 16th-century Germany, parents were told to send their children to school when the children started to act "rational." And in contemporary America, children are deemed eligible to enter kindergarten according to an arbitrary date on the calendar known as the birthday cutoff...

Pajamas Media

by Walter Hudson

October 4, 2011

The potential derailment of Einstein reminds us of our limitations and man's finite knowledge.

Einstein may have been wrong. New evidence suggests that the speed of light, central to his special theory of relativity, may not be the ultimate speed limit. If the findings hold up, everything we think we know about the inner workings of our universe will need to be revised. This potential discovery reminds us that science is a continual process which is rarely conclusive. That should inform our regard for politicized scientific claims.

Investor's Business Daily

by Matthew Robinson

July 16, 2011

Reformers Find Ways To Fight City Hall And Win

Like many parents, Vukmir's simple interest in her child's education soon became unwelcome.

The Washington Post (DC)

by Milton D. Carrero Galarza

July 16, 2011

Manassas Family Decides to homeschool Children Right Through College


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