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Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Colorado will use pot to fund schools

Dec. 31 begins the first day of Colorado’s new law which legalizes marijuana for recreational use.  In its first year, estimated revenues for businesses are expected to reach $578 million, yielding $67 million in tax revenue.  A large portion of that money will be going to fund education in Colorado, as well as the building of new schools.
Colorado projects $578.1 million a year in combined wholesale and retail marijuana sales to yield $67 million in tax revenue, according to the Legislative Council of the Colorado General Assembly. Wholesale transactions taxed at 15 percent will finance school construction, while the retail levy of 10 percent will fund regulation of the industry. - Bloomberg



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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Schools now teaching Communism over Capitalism in America

The Cold War may be over, but over time, the old Soviet Union may have accomplished part of its goals in the US educational system.  One of the main platforms of Leninism was to not focus on the adult generations, but to take over the schools and indoctrinate the young.

In a school in Des Moines, Iowa, that goal seems to have been achieved as the new curriculum for a Social Studies class not only lays out Capitalism and Communism, but by use of cartoons and NLP, indoctrinates the kids that Communism is a much better and happier economic system than Capitalism.

Using propaganda that could have been disgorged by the KGB, the flier seemed to elevate communism over “capitalism.”
Distributed in Theodore Roosevelt High School in Des Moines, Iowa, the lesson sheet includes a cartoon that purports to illustrate the differences between the two systems. In the left panel are two unhappy-looking workers with balls and chains tied to their ankles who toil away on one side of a machine while all the profit spills out the other side into a bag held by a smiling, stogie-smoking, portly business owner in a hat. It is labeled “Capitalism — In theory.” In the right panel, communism is presented “in theory” with two smiling workers standing relaxed at the same machine while all the profit comes back their way. - The New American


Courtesy of The New American

While the cartoon is slightly faded, in the caption for Capitalism it shows workers being held in place by a ball and chain, while the fruits of their labor go into the pocket of the rich.  On the other side, it shows Communism as being a system where workers are happy, and their fruits go towards the people, not the rich.

However... what the propaganda artist failed to draw was the soldiers holding rifles to the heads of the workers in Communism, which is historically correct in every nation that has ever adapted this system.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

For the children: Spain's austerity measure lead to toilet paper limits in schools

Nations rarely make the right choices when it comes to budget cutting, and it appears that in Spain, this is no exception.  Spanish debt and massive unemployment in their recession is leading the country to impose stringent austerity measure, to include obscure cuts for children in schools.

Such as... cutting back on toilet paper.

The latest edict issued by the region’s ministry of education instructs state schools to cut “excessive consumption” of toilet roll among pupils and limit the quota to a maximum of 25 metres per child per month.
This most recent penny saving measure comes amid widespread cuts to education budgets across Spain that has led to regular protests in the streets by teachers. - UK Telegraph

It is sad, but historically accurate that children seem to always feel the brunt of tough economic time, especially when the excrement hits the fan.
And there is nothing left to wipe it off.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Colorado school places Islamic Flag above the US flag (all bow to Mecca)

Schools... those lovely institutions that have taken over childcare and programming from the parents as Bernakes inflation forces families to work, work, and work some more to pay for Obama's new tax scheme.

Well, for all you tired parents who trust in government to protect your freedoms and prepare your children  for the future, don't be surprised when your kinds come home one day and demand a prayer rug to sing the praises to Allah.


The picture, first published on the blog www.greeleyreport.com and was attributed to a reader, shows the American flag at Bauder Elementary School in Ft. Collins lowered while the Saudi Arabian flag was elevated.

The display is a violation of Public Law 94-344 of the Federal Flag Law which states “No other flag or pennant should be placed above, or, if on same level, to the right of the flag of the United States of America,…No person shall display the flag of the United Nations or any other national or international flag equal, above, or in a position of superior prominence or honor to, or in place of, the United States at any place within the United States or any territory or possession thereof:…”


Its 2011, and do you know where your country is?

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Want to get a good education and avoid massive student loans? Go to school outside the US!

A recent study of the cost of schooling within the US, and the rise of inflation which has made borrowing for an education no longer justifiable to the average American, offers a potential option that not only allows for a Degree from a well-established university, but the change to grow ones horizons by experiencing other cultures.

The option is to go to school outside the United States.

Going to a school overseas ticks a lot of boxes- for one, it’s a hell of a lot cheaper, and you don’t emerge deep in debt like you would back home.
Second, the quality of the education is as good if not better than what you would otherwise receive.

Third, and most importantly, it’s just more interesting. The experience abroad will be much more fulfilling, and it will distinguish you from the pool of other candidates who all have generic resumes.

Let’s say you’re an Ivy League type. Why pay Harvard $52,000 per year when you can go to the University of Cambridge in England for around $19,000 per year? Cambridge is consistently rated as one of the top universities in the world: same quality education, a fraction of the price.

If that sounds like too much, consider a place like Hong Kong University. Tuition at Asia’s top school is around $15,000 per year, and there are plenty of scholarships and financial aid packages available. Not to mention you’d be networking with future movers and shakers in the region.

Still too much? Look at Erasmus University in the Netherlands, whose Rotterdam School of Management is one of the top business schools in Europe. Tuition in the all-English program is around $11,500 per year, 73% less than Notre Dame’s Mendoza School, and 26% less than Michigan’s Ross School of Business.

Still too much? Try Qatar University, where there are numerous English-language programs in disciplines such as business and engineering. Tuition for foreign undergraduates is just $4,000 annually, and you’d be spending formative years in one of the world’s most thriving, opportunity-rich economies.

Still too much? Try Albert Einstein’s Alma Mater, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. If you make the cut, ETH’s tuition fee is a whopping $750 per semester for both undergraduate and graduate programs, and the school is typically ranked among Europe’s top 5 universities. - Simon Black, the Sovereign Man