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Internet Sales Tax - Congress in process of Implementing

* If it passes, you will be forced to pay sales tax on everything you buy on the Internet.

* If Congress passes the internet tax, mom and pop internet stores will be forced to comply with thousands of jurisdictions’ differing tax rates. Big online companies can easily comply but their smaller competitors could be forced out of business. Small Business will be forced to endure massive increases in labor costs to comply with new regulations.

* Big Brother Federal Government will begin Internet Regulation, and the regulation of free speech.

EBAY - Provides Information on Internet Sales Tax - Proposed by Congress

Congress is considering online sales tax legislation that is wrongheaded and unfair, and I am writing to ask for your help in telling Congress "No!" to new sales taxes and burdens for small businesses. Whether you're a consumer who loves the incredible selection and value that small businesses provide online, or a small-business seller who relies on the Internet for your livelihood, this legislation potentially affects you. For consumers, it means more money out of your pocket when you shop online from your favorite seller or small business shop owner. For small business sellers, it means you would be required to collect sales taxes nationwide from the more than 9,600 tax jurisdictions across the U.S. You also would face the prospect of being audited by out-of-state tax collectors. That's just wrong, and an unnecessary burden on you.

Big national retailers are aggressively lobbying Congress to pass online sales tax legislation to "level the playing field" with Amazon. And, as they compete with big retail, Amazon is advocating for this legislation too, while at the same time they are seeking local tax exemptions across the country to build warehouses. This is a "big retail battle" in which small businesses and consumers have a lot to lose. But eBay is fighting, as we have for more than 15 years, to protect small online businesses and sellers and ensure healthy competition, value, and selection that benefit consumers online.

The solution is simple: if Congress passes online sales tax legislation, we believe small businesses with less than 50 employees or less than $10 million in annual out-of-state sales should be exempt from the burden of collecting sales taxes nationwide. To put that in perspective, Amazon does more than $10 million in sales every 90 minutes. So we believe this is a reasonable exemption to protect small online businesses. That's what we're fighting for, and what big companies such as Amazon are fighting against.

I hope you agree that imposing unnecessary tax burdens on small online businesses is a bad idea. Join us in letting your Members of Congress know they should protect small online businesses, not potentially put them out of business. Make your voice heard. Together, I believe our voices can make a difference. More info at www.conservative-congress.info

Call NOW! You may phone the United States Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121. A switchboard operator will connect you directly with the Senate office of your choice from your state. Leave a short message, Vote NO to the Internet Sales Tax.

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Save the Internet from Taxation

The Internet Sales Tax Is Back—Without Small Business Exemptions By Patrick Clark September 19, 2013

When the Senate passed the Marketplace Fairness Act in May, a major point of contention was language exempting some small businesses from collecting sales tax on out-of-state transactions. The law said businesses with more than $1 million in annual revenue would have to collect tax for online transactions. EBay (EBAY), a vocal opponent of the bill, suggested raising the exemption to $10 million. (The company later offered a more nuanced view.)

Now the House of Representative is getting ready to take up its own Internet sales tax legislation, only here’s the rub: The small seller exemption is likely to disappear entirely, and EBay, to name one opponent of the Senate bill, seems O.K. with it. Yesterday, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, a Virginia Republican, set forth seven principles to guide his committee’s discussion of an Internet sales tax. These two stand out:

“Tech Neutrality. Brick & Mortar, Exclusively Online, and Brick & Click businesses should all be on equal footing. The sales tax compliance burden on online Internet sellers should not be less, but neither should it be greater than that on similarly situated offline businesses.”
“Simplicity. Governments should not stifle businesses by shifting onerous compliance requirements onto them; laws should be so simple and compliance so inexpensive and reliable as to render a small business exemption unnecessary.”

“Tech Neutrality” is straightforward, and was music to the ears of the National Retail Federation, which has argued that a loophole allowing online sellers to avoid collecting sales tax put brick-and-mortar vendors at a disadvantage.
“Simplicity” is a bit more complicated. Goodlatte voiced uneasiness with a small seller exemption as far back as 2012, expressing concern that such a rule would make businesses owners reluctant to grow past a certain point. Opponents of the Internet sales tax, meanwhile, like to argue that it would place an undue burden on companies that have to comply with an unwieldy mess of tax codes. Supporters point to a provision in the Senate bill requiring states to provide free tax compliance software.

“We’ve been on the record for years that we believe the small seller exemption is a relic from when the software was extremely expensive,” says FedTax Chief Executive Officer David Campbell, whose company provides business owners free tax compliance software by charging a commission to states on tax it collects. “We’ll support whatever exception Congress thinks is O.K., but we vehemently disagree that compliance has to be complex or expensive.”

EBay is also on board. The company “is very encouraged that the remote sales tax principles released today by Chairman Goodlatte address concerns that we have raised on behalf of our small business community,” says Brian Bieron, a public policy executive for the company, in a statement. (The company didn’t answer when asked whether it was possible to create a compliance framework so simple that it doesn’t require a small seller exemption.)

That doesn’t mean small business owners should count on collecting Internet sales tax, for which proposed legislation has been kicking around for at least a decade. “Just because Chairman Goodlatte released principles, doesn’t mean that it’s an endorsement of the Marketplace Fairness Act or remote sales tax collection, as some would have you believe,” says Katie McAuliffe, an executive at Grover Norquist’s Americans for Tax Reform, in a blog post. http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-09-19/the-internet-sales-tax-is-back-now-without-small-business-exemptions

**** Stop the Internet Sales Tax - Hurts small businesses and you will be paying $1000 a year in extra taxes. The so called Marketplace Fairness Act. This is the feel good title given to the Internet tax legislation being pushed by corporate America. I don't know about you, but as a conservative, I believe in simplifying the tax code, not expanding it.

If corporate America is complaining (rightfully so) about its tax burden, guess what the solution is? To decrease the burden on them, not to levy new taxes against their competition under the guise of "fairness." What will be the affect of this legislation if it goes forward? It will begin crushing the marketplace and small businesses and should be defeated. While this bill has passed the Senate, the more conservative House is more likely to defeat it. But your phone call is needed to insure this bill is defeated.

More and more we are finding it necessary to ask you to call your Members and ask them to vote the right way, No to the Internet Sales Tax.

The main switchboard number for your Congressman is (202) 224-3121.

* You will by paying Sales Taxes on everything you buy on the Internet from now on.

* This bill opens the door for Federal Government Big Brother regulation of the Internet. Regulation of free speech is next.

Call NOW to Vote NO! You may phone the United States Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121. A switchboard operator will connect you directly with the House office of your choice from your state. Leave a short message, Vote NO to the Internet Sales Tax.

Deuteronomy 6:10-12
10 “So it shall be, when the Lord your God brings you into the land of which He swore to your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, to give you large and beautiful cities which you did not build,
11 houses full of all good things, which you did not fill, hewnout wells which you did not dig, vineyards and olive trees which you did not plantwhen you have eaten and are full
12 then beware, lest you forget the Lord who brought you out of the land of Egypt, from the house of bondage.

Liberal Republicans our Problem in Congress

Obama is cramming down our throat every thing we do not want from Health Care to the Cap and Trade Tax. Obama has only succeeded in uniting the Republican Party, like it has never been united before, not since the days of Bill Clinton. The problem is the lack of courage to stand up among the RINO Republicans.

The recent conservative victory of last 2010 November clearly tells the sharks that there is blood in the water and it is time to attack. The Democrats have ignored the US Constitution in the increased in federalization that they are prohibited from doing. It is time we get moving in taking our country back. Find some local conservative Republican to help and get the conservative victory show on the road.

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Obama Destroying NASA

Obama Destroying NASA
Obama Destroying NASA

The last Space Shuttle Mission was completed in 2011, and its replacement is on the drawing board, and years out from production. Meanwhile, thousands of NASA jobs are at risk, with many NASA engineers being told that their jobs will terminate in 90 days.

Despite Congressional funding of NASA, the Obama Administration has failed to spend appropriated money for the NASA programs, effectively terminating space programs, and major space related job layoffs. Many NASA engineers report going to work, with nothing to do.

Obama Administration actively destroying NASA

The Obama Administration, in the name of promoting private industry has determined to transfer space programs to private industry. That is the opposite of the plans in the health care industry, where the plan is to end private industry in health care and replace it with government controlled and run health care. Charles Bolden NASA Muslim Outreach http://www.theatlanticwire.com/technology/2010/07/conservatives-furious-over-nasa-muslim-outreach/23821/

"In my opinion, NASA's SLS program is stalled because the White House doesn't really want to do it," former NASA Administrator Michael Griffin said Friday. Griffin, who led NASA during the previous rocket program that Obama killed, has been a persistent critic of NASA's current direction. Griffin is now an eminent scholar at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. "You will recall that SLS is derogatorily referenced by some as the 'Senate Launch System,'" Griffin said in an email response to questions. "That is because the Congress forced it upon the executive branch. The fact that it is the right thing for NASA to do is irrelevant; the White House doesn't want to do it, and they will do everything possible to prevent it from occurring." http://blog.al.com/space-news/2011/07/nasa_heavy-lift_rocket_support.html

NASA Main Mission to reach out to Muslims - says Charles Bolden NASA Administrator

Bolden made the statements during a recent trip to the Middle East. He told al-Jazeera that in the wake of the president’s speech in Cairo last year, the American space agency is now pursuing “a new beginning of the relationship between the United States and the Muslim world.”
Charles Bolden NASA Muslim Outreach http://www.theatlanticwire.com/technology/2010/07/conservatives-furious-over-nasa-muslim-outreach/23821/

Charles Bolden has the distension of being the first black astronaut. He like President Obama seeks to appear the Muslim nations of the Middle East.

Ares This artist's rendering shows the NASA rocket program President Obama killed last year. Now, a smaller Earth-to-orbit rocket like the one on the left will be built by private industry, while a larger heavy-lift rocket like the one on the left will still be built by NASA, if the project gets going.

Politically Correct Republicans

Most of the candidates for president follow the liberal politically correct line. Most of them demonstrate their lack of courage and commitment by ignoring the issue of the Obama birth certificate. Why do they ignore that only Congress has the power to declare and wage war, not President Obama. It has been refreshing to hear Donald Trump speak out on the Obama Birth Certificate, while others act like cowards. Many of us wish that Donald Trump did not his moral baggage, otherwise we would take him very serious.

California Senate and Congress Race 2014

In a hotly contested Senate race in California, conservatives are hoping to make inroads in capturing contested seats in Congress and in the legislature, as well as local races. California Senate and Congress Candidates New rules will take place under the California new blanket primary law, where all candidates appear on the same ballot, regardless of party. In the primary election on June 5, voters may vote for any candidate listed, or write-in any other candidate, regardless of the candidate's party affiliation. The top two finishers — from all parties combined — will advance to the general election in November, even if a candidate manages to receive a majority of the votes cast in the June primary. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein announced her intention to run for a fourth full term in April 2011.

Missouri Senate and Governor Candidates 2014

Polls indicate the the Republican candidate for Governor and for US Senator will most likely win in the November 2014 election vote. See list of Missouri senate and congress candidates for the 2014 election race.
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Blurring the distinctions between Republicans and the party with the far left agenda to re-shape America according to the principles of Karl Marx. Needless to say we got our butt kicked on election day. Our people had no-one to rally around and nothing to fight for. The folks who wanted big government socialism did not need our watered down platitudes, they had the real thing from the Democrat party. Slick Willie came in with what he believed was a mandate to take America hard to the left. He would begin by socializing medical care in America along the lines of the Canadian system that has failed miserably. Missouri is trying to elect solid pro life Christians this time.
See list for candidates for Governor of Missouri, Republican and Democrat.
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Arizona Congress Candidates Election Race 2014

For a list of candidates for Congress in Arizona congressional races 2014, the below lists them. Additional information and conservative recommendations on Arizona conservative candidates in competitive election races.

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The top two Arizona candidates for the Republican U.S. Senate nomination are sparring over dueling campaign finance complaints. The Arizona Republic has obtained responses issued by Wil Cardon and Jeff Flake to the Federal Elections Commission about campaign funding allegations. Records show their political arguing began in January when a man with a business grievance against Cardon's father requested an investigation into whether Cardon, an investor, was illegally using corporate money for campaign funds. Both men have accused the other of exploiting the complaints for support. The two men are running for the seat now held by Jon Kyl, who is retiring.

Arizona Senate Candidates 2014

Senator John Kyle is retiring. There is a large list of potential candidates for Arizona AZ US Senate in 2014.

Vote in the Arizona primary for US Senate. A complete list of AZ Arizona conservative candidates with recommendations.
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Michigan Senate and Congressional Candidates 2014

Michigan features hotly contested races for US Senate and for Congress. A video of Republican Senate candidate Pete Hoekstra vowing to end all federal student loan programs has surfaced on YouTube, putting the Michigan conservative on the cutting edge of a hot-button 2014 campaign issue. Speaking before a Tea Party audience in January, the newly surfaced video shows Hoekstra claiming that President Barack Obama "federalized all the student loan programs," and boasting that, "I tried to kill federal student loans for 18 years. Loans are something that can be done by the private sector." Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Michigan), whom Hoekstra hopes to challenge in November, is an advocate of federal student loans. She co-sponsored a bill to prevent interest rates on federal Stafford Loans from doubling and calls the issues "absolutely critical,"

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The takeover of state Republican caucuses and conventions by Ron Paul supporters has now claimed another triumph. In Minnesota, a state legislator affiliated with Paul’s forces has won the party’s official endorsement for U.S. Senate, in the uphill effort to unseat Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar. Freshman state Rep. Kurt Bills won the party’s endorsement for Minnesota Senate at the state convention on Friday, the Star Tribune reports, taking 64 percent of the vote on the second ballot to surpass the required 60 percent threshold. Bills had already taken over 50 percent of the vote on the first ballot, against two challengers who were nearly tied for second place. Bills was the first state legislator in Minnesota to endorse Paul for president in the 2014 cycle, and Paul in turn endorsed Bills for Senate. And now with the endorsement of the convention, Bills has likely won the nomination itself, with the state primary in August likely more of a formality. Party conventions in Minnesota play an important role in state politics for both Republicans and Democrats — if one candidate win the 60 percent of delegates needed for an endorsement, the other candidates typically drop out. As the St. Paul Pioneer Press noted, all three Republican candidates in this endorsement fight have pledged to abide by the endorsement process, and to drop out if they lose.

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Wisconsin Senate and Congressional Candidates 2014

The decision by longtime Senator Herb Kohl, Democrat of Wisconsin, to retire from the Wisconsin US Senate has started a scramble among Republicans to seize the electoral opportunity. Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, the chairman of the House Budget Committee, made it clear on Tuesday that he would not run for the senatorial seat, opting instead to remain in the Congress and lead the Republican fight over the budget and national debt. “Our nation is quickly approaching a debt crisis that will do serious damage to Wisconsinites and all Americans if it is not properly addressed,” Congressman Ryan said in a statement on his Web site. “I believe continuing to serve as chairman of the House Budget Committee allows me to have a greater impact in averting this debt-fueled economic crisis than if I were to run for the United States Senate.” Former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson in 2007 was considered as a major contender. Mr. Ryan’s congressional decision has apparently played a role in prompting another veteran Wisconsin politician to consider seeking a return to the spotlight. Several news organizations, including Politico and National Journal, reported Tuesday that Tommy G. Thompson, the former two-term governor and 2008 presidential candidate, is mulling a run for the Senate seat.

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Dale Peterson

The man who takes a stand, and is know for making witty politically incorrect statements. Dale Peterson has been challenging the Obama Birth Certificate for some time, not a month. His ability to speak and say things has gotten him national attention and appearances on the Glenn Beck Show and the Laura Ingram Show. Further his Youtube Videos have seen by several million people. See: http://www.dalepetersonforamerica.com/home.html

Watch the Dale Peterson Youtube Videos, you will be inspired


Dale Peterson, the inspiring politically incorrect politician statesman:
Dale Peterson America Get Up

Remember why we are in a mess is the liberal non leadership of Republicans, that have failed to lead us for the past 8 years. For 6 years Republicans controlled both houses of Congress and failed to pass any anti-abortion legislation or any conservative legislation. It took most of your friends in church over 6 years to figure out that Bush was not a conservative. Never forget that John McCain got 7 million votes less than George Bush got in 2004. We lost our excitement and our people (7 million of them) did not bother to vote in 2008 as they did not want to continue to support the losing leadership of liberal Republicans.

Ask Congress to vote No on Socialized Medicine

The Majority in Congress and the President are promising to change the "status quo" by pushing a government-run-medicine plan (HR 3200). The plan would create rationing through government committees, FORCE all Americans to buy over-priced, politically created health insurance, create an economically unsustainable government-run insurance plan, and impose economy-crushing taxes. In fact, the President would break yet another promise by imposing a 2.5% income tax on each person who refused to buy government improved insurance. Further, after 2013 people would be FORCED to stay in their current plan for LIFE or buy only a government-approved plan since no further enrollment will be allowed in non-approved insurance. Insurance companies would profit endlessly from the free business of the mandate. As medical care demands increased and artificially high profit margins became unacceptably low (for them) they would join the bailout game. In other words, there would be absolutely no change to the status quo - just an expansion of more people into the currently bad system with the added feature of state-sanctioned rationing of medical care.

More than 88 million Americans could LOSE their private, employer-based coverage, according to a recent analysis of "The American Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009" released by The Heritage Foundation.

While Obama, Pelosi and Reid insist that "if you like your health insurance coverage, you'll get to keep it," it's now very clear: once again, THEY'RE LYING.

If the public plan is implemented as detailed in this bill, people with private insurance will be moved on a public plan, regardless of what they want, because their employers will make that decision because of the financial incentives in the bill. Read more at:
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Obama Seizing Control of the Internet

You may not have noticed that the Obama Administration, in addition to trying to seize control of the health care and energy sectors, is implementing a national "broadband plan" to redefine the media and transform America's system of government. It's designed, they say, to provide "open government and civic engagement." But it looks increasingly like an excuse for the federal government to control the Internet and access to information and even tell us what is truth.

On October 22, 2009, the FCC voted to launch a formal discussion of proposed "net neutrality" regulations for the Internet. It is expected to issue a final rule sometime in early 2010. Although it is not clear whether congressional legislation would be required to enable the FCC to regulate the Internet by enforcing its rules on net neutrality, the misleadingly titled "Internet Freedom Preservation Act of 2009" (H.R. 3458) has already been introduced on July 31 to assert the government's authority to enforce net neutrality on the Internet.

Regualtion of the Internet, comments by Ron Paul Ron Paul on Regulation of Internet. Call your congressman and senator, ask then to support legislation to keep the FCC out of regulating the internet. Ask Congress to cut the FCC Budget by 75% so they will not have the personnel to regulate the internet.

In a surprising move on October 22, Senator John McCain announced the introduction of his new bill, "The Internet Freedom Act of 2009," which would block the FCC's net neutrality rules in order to prevent "a government takeover" of the Internet.

Click here to take immediate action to send an email to your representative and senators in opposition to a government takeover of the Internet via the FCC's proposed "net neutrality" rules. Let them know that you oppose H.R. 3458, which authorizes the government to regulate the Internet on the basis of net neutrality, and support Senator McCain's new Senate bill, which would block the FCC's attempt to regulate the Internet on behalf of net neutrality. Now that Senator McCain is up for re-election, he is finally doing something right.

What this issue of net neutrality comes down to is this: Congress is not authorized by the Constitution to regulate the Internet. Furthermore, if we do allow the government to regulate the Internet to enforce net neutrality, you can bet that sooner or later this regulatory power would be extended to regulate the content of Internet communications. The First Amendment says, "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech...."

Pick up your phone and call your Congressman and tell them to stand against the Obama regulation of the internet. 202-224-3121, 800-965-4701, 800-828-0498

Never forget that John McCain has worked tirelessly to pass amnesty for illegal aliens and to give them citizenship. Remember the McCain Fenigold Act passed with support of almost all Democrats and a few Rino Republicans. Should have been called the Silence Christian Conservative Act, as conservative attack ads on liberals are forbidden 60 days before an election. The point is we need to support conservative Republicans in the primaries now, not the liberal Rino Republicans whose lack of leadership cost us dearly in the 2006 and 2008 elections and resulted in the election of Obama in 2008.

We must secure our borders. That means that we need to get rid of liberal Republican turncoats like John McCain, who have us betrayed time and time again.

John McCain vs. J.D. Hayworth for US Senate.

We must secure our borders. That means that we need to get rid of liberal Republican turncoats like John McCain, who have betrayed time and time again.
John McCain vs. for US Senate

The citizen volunteer Minuteman effort led by over the past seven years has had a dramatic effect in bringing attention to the unlawful entry of drug and human traffickers over our porous borders and coastal boundaries. These relentless, grassroots volunteers not only helped force our government to increase the overall number of Border Patrol agents dispatched to the U.S. / Mexico border, they also helped win the fight to begin construction of a 700-mile border fence, assisted Border Patrol with the apprehension of aliens illegally entering the U.S. from all over the world, and directly caused the confiscation of tons of drugs destined for communities across the United States. Chris Simcox and the Minutemen have done more than anyone in bringing attention to the embarrassing and deadly disgrace our southern border has become. J.D. Hayworth will be an unwavering supporter of strong border security in the Senate.

How the Liberal Republican RINOs Lost Control of Congress and our Country

George Herbert Walker Bush, Ronald Reagans liberal Voo-Doo economics Vice President, rode the Gippers coat tails into the White House by pretending to be something he never was - a conservative Republican. He lied Read my lips - no new taxes then, as President, he cut the deal with the devil that doomed his Presidency and set back the Reagan Revolution. It is time for a Tea Party Tea Party

The principle was very clear for all to see but many of us did not see what brought Slick Willie to power in Washington. It was the old, but true, adage that you can not defeat somebody with nobody. G. H. W. Bush had not remained true to the principles of the Great Communicator - principles which had resonated with the masses of the American people. With no fundamental guiding philosophy and no specific direction or policies to defend, our people; conservatives, Christians, Republicans, stayed home in droves. In contrast, the radical left was well organized, well financed and totally infiltrated into the mainstream media. Led by a smooth talking snake-oil-salesman from Arkansas, they cruised to an easy victory. The message was clear then but most Republicans still did not see it yet. If you are wishy-washy, if you are watered-down, if you are in the middle-of-the-Road, you will get ran over by folks on either side who believe in what they want to do, know where they want to go, are well organized and above all well led.

The RINOs studiously avoided these facts and continued to spread the lie that the only way to electoral victory was to be moderate, diverse and of course the focus group tested - inclusive. We were sold a bill of goods, told to water down our message, to compromise with evil and to move to the middle - code for moving left. After all, politics, they told us was not about purity or principles. It was to be about looking more like our opponents.

Now a visionary came forward to lead the Republican party back to its principles, lead it back to its core values and lead it back to victory on election day. A former college professor from Georgia, Newton Leroy Gingrich, proposed the now famous Contract With America that promised ordinary Americans we would hold Congress accountable to the same principles that Americans valued in their local communities and personal lives.

No more compromises - we would campaign on clear principles and bold promises! That was the old winning platform of Ronald Reagan - led well and ably by the hard charging Congressman from Georgia who would become the first Republican Speaker of the House in almost half a century. That should have been the happy end of the story. Clear Republican victories so sweeping they were compared to a bloodless revolution. We would take America back to the strong, free and prosperous days of Reagan.


Education should be controlled locally.  The federal government should not be preempting the parent's authority over their own child.  Local educational authorities working with the parents and the teachers are all that is needed to make our schools better.  The federal government should be out of education completely.  The money being taken from the taxpayers of each of our states to meddle with our schools should stop immediately.  Education is a state and local issue.  The parents have and should have the primary responsibility concerning the education of their child. 

NCLB and the Department of Education have increased the cost and bureaucracy of education while reducing accountability to parents and lowering standards by draining  resources and causing the focus to be on a top down, one size fits all approach.  we need for accountability and high standards.  But federally mandated reports that isolate the parents, teachers and local education authorities from the operations and control of our schools are not the answer.  Parents and students, nor anyone else on the local level, do not get to see the test after they are graded.  we need to repeal NCLB and eliminate the the Department of Education.  That money can be more effectively managed at the local level.


Government spending is out of control.  Federal revenues have gone up 46% in the last four years.  Have wages gone up that much in the same period of time?  Yet, with that massive increase in revenues, spending has gone up even more.  Congress, which is responsible for all budgets, is spending at a faster pace than all the money they are taking from the American people.  Congress is running huge deficits each year.  This causes the money in our pockets to be worth less and less. Martin Luther King Minister

Spending levels for every department should be frozen immediately.  Our federal government's budget should be much smaller.  We need to end corporate welfare.  We need to end federal subsidies.  Entire departments can and should be eliminated. 

Congress must cut spending and start paying off the national debt for the well being of our children.

For information that explains how to restore the foundations established by our forefathers of the 1700s.

Have No Fear!

That civil rulers hold their commission and authority under Christ. Not that Christ has pointed out the form of government, or the persons to rule and govern; in this sense his "kingdom is not of this world" But Christianity enforces the law of nature; and has confirmed the several constitutions of states and kingdoms, and called our obedience to the higher powers, as the gospel finds them. The should obey the Ten Commandments Ten Commandments. The mode of government, and persons to govern, are submitted to the wisdom of men, in pursuance of a divine ordinance, that second causes might operate. It being the method of God to carry on the designs of his government in this world, by the instrumentality of subordinate Agents. When therefore, a people unite in a form of government, and choose persons to rule and govern them and pledge their faith to be obedient to, and support the government, "though it be but a man's covenant, yet if it be confirmed, no man disannulleth or addeth thereunto." The Magistrate then, called to office by the voice of the people, and solemnly sworn, becomes an ordinance of God, and receives his authority from him, "by whom Princes rule, and Nobles, even all the Judges of the earth." And the apostle, when he enjoins obedience to civil rulers, "because the powers that be, are ordained of God," means to include in his idea, the methods by which they become possessed of their power, and likewise the use and improvement they make of it: If they rule for God, and for good to the people, they are to be subjected to, otherwise, "we ought to obey God, rather than men." http://www.wallbuilders.com/LIBissuesArticles.asp?id=50

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The 2014 race for U.S. Senate began taking shape Thursday with the first major Republican candidate declaring his intention to take on Robert Menendez, the incumbent Democrat, in November. State Sen. Joseph Kyrillos, a longtime Republican legislator from Monmouth County and close friend of Gov. Chris Christie, said Thursday he was running for the Senate because "Washington is failing us" and Menendez "is seeking re-election to deliver more of the same. New Jersey has several members congress who are Republican. "Under Governor Christie’s leadership and with the support of fiscal conservatives like myself, we took a state that had been mismanaged to the brink of bankruptcy, and we turned it around," Kyrillos said in a news release. "I intend to do the same in Washington." New Jersey Senate and Congress Candidates 2014

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Texas tea parties are actively trying to elect a conservative senator for Texas. A run to be help in June.
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