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“Communism in the Classroom” Conference to Be Held in Washington, D.C. at National Press Club

August 7, 2009
USASurvival.org
8/6/2009

America’s Survival, Inc. (ASI), a public policy group run by veteran journalist Cliff Kincaid, has announced the holding of an August 20 Washington, D.C. conference, “Communism in the Classroom,” featuring presentations by leading professors concerned about the treatment of communism in America’s colleges and universities.

As America’s students are getting set to return to school in the fall, the ASI conference will provide the first opportunity for members of the public and the press to understand how Barack Obama associate and communist Bill Ayers got a teaching position at the University of Illinois and what he is inflicting in the name of “education” on students in the classroom.

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  1. Clyde Sanford permalink
    August 18, 2009 10:17 pm

    Corrected Response:
    “Addressing a few of the enormous challenges of our time: Abuse, Waste, Fraud and other Terror, including the lesser indefensible violation practices…” by the following:
    Does this sound familiar?
    “The Congressman’s face betrayed his (or her) anger. “The Republicans accept the religious right and their tactics at their own peril,” he thundered. “These activists are demanding their rightful seat at the table – and that is what the American people fear most.” And then Representative Vic Fazio ominously asked, “Should they attempt to impose their personal religious views on ethical beliefs on the party system?”
    “Sounds pretty scary, doesn’t it? You can almost see “these activists” tossing the Constitution into the trash with one hand while shoving other people’s kids into Sunday school with the other. How intolerant. How dogmatic. And, how utterly ridiculous.”
    “As we enter the twenty-first century, Christians [and many other concerned citizens of other adherents (see adherents.com)] are increasingly – and rightfully – taking their place in the public square. But we’re discovering that plenty of people want to roll up the sidewalk when they see us coming. “Bigot.” “Zealot.” “Extremist.” Many sling these verbal stones at us whenever we invade what they consider their turf.”
    “But this is not new. These strident voices echo those of an earlier generation of politicians – politicians who accused the Christians of their day of “imposing their morality” when they dared to carry their faith into public life. And at no one did they hurl that accusation more vociferously than the great abolitionist, William Wilberforce, born in Hull, England, in 1759, an average student at Cambridge; after graduation, he won a seat in Parliament at twenty-one: the prominence of his family, his speaking ability, and a generous feast he sponsored for voters on election day carried the contest.”
    The U.S. Independent Inspector General hired in 2006 by the U.S. Committee on the Judiciary and the Sub-Committee on Crime, Terror and Homeland Security was hired for public and private abuse, waste, fraud and other terror.

    Over-zealous and impostor professional career criminal masterminds, co-conspirators and inadvertent and other facilitators far too often are involved in causing despicable devastations due to their racketeer influenced corrupt organization “Enterprise Groups’” over-zealous and/or impostor professional career criminal’s conspiracies to repeatedly perpetuate racketeering and/or other crimes and wrongdoings including the lesser indefensible violation practices described in:
    “Afterword” chapter of 2005 edition of “The Myth of Moral Justice, Why Our Legal System Fails to Do What’s Right,” by Thane Rosenbaum, Fordham Law School… and:
    Other crimes and/or wrongdoings, including the lesser indefensible violation practices described in “Juris-Mania: The Madness of American Law,” by Paul F. Campos, University of Colorado Law School, and:
    “What’s Right about the Legal System and What is Not,” one of many continuing research reports/papers by Steven Yeazell, University of California Law School…
    But what can we expect when we are taught that there is no right or wrong, no absolutes except that there are no absolutes, etc… “The Absolutes, Freedom’s Only Hope,” by James Robison, and:
    Manners (ethics and morals) need to be reformed like William Wilberforce and his friends did over many decades before they helped abolished slavery, and social reforms swept beyond abolition to clean up child labor laws, poorhouses, prisons, to institute education and health care for the poor, then:
    Evangelism flourished and missionary movements… all described in “A Practical View of Christianity,” a Hendrickson Christian Classic, an annotated reissue of the first British edition of 1797, “A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians in the Higher and Middle Classes in This County Contrasted with Real Christianity,” by William Wilberforce, a direct challenge to the corrupted church of his day.
    It was the great genius of Wilberforce that he realized that attempts at political reform without, at the same time, changing the hearts and minds of people, were futile.
    During those years of struggle, Wilberforce and his friends never lost sight of their equally pressing objective: “The reformation of manners” or the effort to clean up society’s blights: Slavery, etc.
    Today society’s blights are crime and terrorism from within, and:
    ` We have to address these greater problems of cultural malaise and decay at the same time as we are trying to win more conflicts and battles in our nation’s and world’s war against all types of terror, other crimes and wrongdoings, including the lesser indefensible violations practices.

    As Charles Colson said:

    “That’s the rich heritage of Christian activism in the public square. And it’s one we ought to recall whenever today’s politicians accuse Christians of wanting to “impose their personal religious views” or when they claim, as the New York Times recently did, that conservative Christians involved in politics pose “a far greater threat to democracy than was presented by communism.”

    “In America, as in England, it was Christians who led the fight against slavery. It was Christians who enacted child labor laws, opened hospitals, and ran charitable societies to aid widows and orphans, alcoholics, and prostitutes. And it was Christians who are acting as the salt and light of our culture today.” And we need more Christians and other concerned citizens of any non-violent adherent (see http://www.adherents.com) to recognize that “William Wilberforce was a great hero and to see the same things he saw: that you can’t get rid of social scourges without reformation of manners (ethics and morals).”

    “As the aging Wilberforce wrote in the conclusion to “A Practical View of Christianity:”

    “I must confess equally boldly that my own solid hopes for the well-being of my country depend, not so much on her navies and armies, nor the wisdom of her rulers, nor on the spirit of her people, as on the persuasion that she still contains many who love and obey the Gospel of Christ. I believe that their prayers may yet prevail.”

    “Wilberforce’s confidence was not misplaced.” And our confidence that Christians and other concerned citizens of any non-violent adherent (see http://www.adherent.com), are not misplaced when they “Discover the Laws of Life” by John Marks Templeton, and/or:

    Seek Freedom, Security, Peace, Opportunity… some of the characteristics of a society based on Absolutes: Truths;

    In recent years, however, Absolute Truth has come under fire. Subtly, but significantly, our thinking has shifted toward relativisms (there is no right or wrong, one court or other decision is just as good as another, there are no absolutes, except that there are no absolutes…) and the impact on our culture has been devastating.

    “Is one idea really as good as another? Impossible, says James Robison’s “The Absolutes, Freedom’s Only Hope” that answers:

    How can we find the best ideas to govern our society? Can we trust the majority? Do opinion polls lead us to the truth? And:

    Challenging one misconception after another, Robison’s “Absolutes, Freedom’s Only Hope” exposes the fallacies of relativisms, and helps us to view the world in terms of absolute, timeless principles that have been the foundation of all stable societies, and/or:
    How to prepare for the coming depression with God’s covenant promise to preserve and provide for His people in the worst of the coming chaos… and much more in “God’s Plan to Protect His People In the Coming Depression” by David Wilkerson, and/or:

    Consider these same reasons that also cause the 1987analysis of the abuse, waste, fraud, and other terror: other crimes and wrongdoings, including the lesser indefensible violation practices described in “Capital Corruption, The New Attack on American Democracy” by Professor Amitai Etzioni, corrupt ways of our over-zealous and/or impostor professional career criminal masterminds, their co-conspirators and inadvertent and other facilitators that have been solved today, decades later, including:

    The ways private power penetrates, retail: Buying vote by vote, just like in Wilberforce
    ‘s day: legalized corruption; perverting economic policy; national security mangled by special interest groups; and:

    Private Power vs. American Democracy: The other separation of powers, etc in the lessons of History, the first progressive era; democracy as an inter-class deal, and

    The case for special interest groups and a rebuttal: What’s wrong with politics? A loss of balance; special interest groups are not constituencies, the public interest, and

    Toward a New Progressive Era: Essential Changes: Are reforms constitutional? What is to be done? Beyond “Routine” Reforms; Institutional changes, Historical forces, and you… and/or:

    Special Interest groups in action: “When Corporations Rule the World” by David C. Korten, ““an alarming expose of the devastating consequences of economic globalization and a passionate message of hope… a “must-read” book: “a searing indictment of an unjust international (national, state, and community) economic order…” Archbishop Desmond M. Tutu, Nobel Peace Laureate; “not by a wild-eyed idealistic left winger, but by a sober scion of the establishment with impeccable credentials, and/or:

    Uncover a central truth about the way these corporations and other organizations work: “Who Really Matters, the Core Group Theory of Power, Privilege and Success” by Art Kleiner, “his concept of the Core Group clarifies one key reason why rational people often act in seemingly irrational ways within the confines of an institution. Like any deep insight, it makes explicable what had previously been mysterious.” Jim Collins, author of “Good to Great” and coauthor of “Built to Last.”

    “Every organization is driven by a desire to satisfy a Core Group of influential individuals… understanding this Core Group’s expectations is the key to success.”

    The over-zealous and/or impostor professionals do not “make their decisions on behalf of our shareholders,” “and their words are taken at face value, but as recent news stories prove, this imperative is routinely violated.

    ”The dissonance between a declared mission and actual can be seen at organizations large and small. All organizations have one motive in common: Every decision – which projects to back, whom to promote, or how to spend money – is affected by the perceived wants and needs of a Core Group of people “who really matter… learn how to identify a Core Group’s real mission,” etc, and:

    How long do innocent victims of abuse, waste, fraud and other terror: racketeering and other crimes and wrongdoings, including the lesser indefensible violation practices and why are the despicable devastations financially, physically and otherwise geometrically increasing toward the trillions?

    For example: in 1967, a book dedicated to all innocent consumers: “The Innocent Consumer vs. The Exploiters, a revealing report on the money traps – deceptive advertising, credit plans, packaging – that unsuspecting buyers [are continuing to] encounter in the American marketplace.” For Example:

    “Prisoners of Debt” Business Week; “The Secret History of Credit Cards” PBS, and much more… and/or:

    “Good and Evil” and “Right and Wrong” by Martin Buber, taken together, the two books are to be regarded as a contribution to the foundation of an ontological ethics; and the ladder is sadly rare and available for almost $700.00, and/or:

    “Law and Gospel in the Theology of Andrew Fuller,” by George M. Ella, who as proved himself a perceptive and instructive writer of historical biography; now he turns his able hand to exposing how one man’s ideas, which pass for evangelical Calvinism, have little to do with true Biblical Christianity.”

    “Dr. Ella deals with a subject of great importance to Bible-believing Christians… a widespread and popular system of theology which has blown a chill-wind over many ministries and blighted much faithful preaching of free grace. This book will be of great interest to all who long for the recovery of distinctive, Christ-centered gospel preaching in our churches today,” and/or:

    “A Time for Choices: Deep Dialogues for Deep Democracy” by Michael Toms, A New Dimensions Book for us at a crossroads: We are in the midst of an age-old story: that of the forces of light versus the forces of darkness. Will we choose the path of rear, anger, and revenge? Or, will we choose the path of non-violence and love?” And/or:

    “Principle-Centered Leadership, the 7 habits of highly effective people,” by Stephen R. Covey: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” And/or:

    “Thinking in the Future Tense, a workout for the mind,” by Jennifer James, unique effective strategies for adapting to an epic shift in the way we think and feel about ourselves and our jobs” including: “Reconciliation, an attorney show how broken relationships can be restored,” by John Edward Jones, and/or many more:

    “It is a great relief to my mind to have published what I call my manifesto… I shall at least feel a solid satisfaction from having openly declared myself as it were on the side of Christ.” “Such were the words of William Wilberforce upon the publication of “A Practical View of Christianity” in 1797 at the age of thirty-seven. He had been a member of the British Parliament for sixteen years and had struggled to bring his faith into his politics.”

    “Wilberforce lived out his conviction though his determination-to-abolish slavery in England which was followed by other sweeping social reforms that still influences our national values today.”

    We are looking forward to your manifesto are included in our essential library of Christian and other adherent wisdom that helps spark our current and future Absolute Truth and other Laws of Life that this and future generations will discover and use to deter and/or stop abuse, waste, fraud and other terror:

    Crime and wrongdoings, including the lesser indefensible violations by over-zealous and/or impostor professional and other career criminal masterminds, their co-conspirators and inadvertent and other facilitators who conspire to:

    Repeatedly perpetuate chaos and other despicable devastations… absolutely proving that they are not the absolute, timeless principles that have been the foundation of all stable societies because they are obviously relativisms, abusive, wasteful, fraudulent and other terror, including the lesser indefensible violation practices, due to the reality of evil that has shown us that all ideas cannot be equally good, even though, parts of their theory sound good when mixed up with their scams, schemes and other hoaxes.

  2. Clyde Sanford permalink
    August 17, 2009 10:14 pm

    The U.S. Independent Inspector General hired in 2006 by the U.S. Committee on the Judicary and the Sub-Committee on Crime, Terror and Homeland Security was hired for public and private abuse, waste, fraud and other terror.
    Over-zealous and impostor professional career criminal masterminds, co-conspirators and inadvertent and other facilitators far too often are involved in causing despicable devastations due to their racketeer influenced corrupt organization “Enterprise Groups'” over-zealous and/or impostor professional career criminal’s conspiracies to repeatedly perpetuate racketeering and/or other crimes and wrongdoings including the lesser indefensible violation practices described in “Afterword” chapter of 2005 edition of “The Myth of Moral Justice, Why Our Legal System Fails to Do What’s Right,” by Thane Rosenbaum, Fordham Law School… and other crimes and/or wrongdoings, including the lesser indefensible violation practices described in “Juris-Mania: The Madness of American Law,” by Paul F. Campos, University of Colorado Law School, and “What’s Right about the Legal System and What is Not,” one of many continuing research reports/papers by Steven Yeazell, University of California Law School… But what can we expect when we are taught that there is no right or wrong, no absolutes except that there are no absolutes, etc… “The Absolutes, Freedom’s Only Hope,” by James Robison, and manners (ethics and morals) need to be reformed like William Wilberforce and his friends did over many decades before they helped abolished slavery, and social reforms swept beyond abolition to clean up child labor laws, poorhouses, prisons, to institute education and health care for the poor, then evangelism flourished and missionary movements… all described in “A Practical View of Christanity,” a Hendrickson Christian Classic, an annotated reissue of the first British edition of 1797, “A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians in the Higher and Middel Classes in This County Contrasted with Real Christianity,” by William Wilberforce, a direct challenge to the corrupted church of his day. It was the great genius of Wilberforce that he realized that attempts at political reform without, at the same time, changing the hearts and minds of people, were futile. During those years of struggle, Wilberforce and his friends never lost sight of their equally pressing objective: “The reformation of manners” or the effort to clean up society’s blights: Slavery, etc. Today it is crime and terrorism from within and we have to address these greater problems of cultural malaise and decay at the same time as we are trying to win more conflicts and battles in our nation’s and world’s war against all types of terror and other crimes.
    As Charles Colson said: May the same hope prevail for us today, and this book, “A Practial View of Christianity,” as you read it, inspire you to action — to a bold affirmation of your faith, as it did for tens of thousands of Christians in Wilberforce’s day. It was a best seller for 50 years…
    Clyde M. Sanford, founding father of Turning Dreams into Reality Corporation, a Nevada Nonprofit WIP to raise funds for all types of nonprofits including our own which is to do start to do the above again, God willing!

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