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Michigan Public School Board Allows Muslims to Pray THIS IS THE START OF MUSLIM TAKEOVER

BY FRANK CAMP

The Michigan Public School Board gives Muslim students special privileges not allowed to Christians.

“Ultimately we know deeply that the other side of every fear is freedom.” – Marilyn Ferguson

We—as a society—hate being negatively labeled. We hate it because we’ve learned that once a label is uttered, it usually sticks. Think of any high-profile political personality and certain words will immediately come to mind. Mitt Romney: rich, robotic, flip-flopper. Sarah Palin: dumb, crazy, hick. Ann Coulter: mean, insane, liar. These are the negative labels that have come to define these people in the public consciousness. Though the truth may be entirely different, it doesn’t matter, because the labels have been woven into the fabric of our perception.

According to an article from The Christian Post, certain public schools in Michigan have begun to allow prayer in school. I know what you’re thinking. This is outrageous! Isn’t that against the law?! Keep calm, ye separation of church, and state crusaders, for it is not Christians or Jews who are being allowed to pray, but Muslims. Whew! You can all go back to watching today’s Daily Show.

“Stirring up the Constitutional storm, once again, is the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Michigan chapter, which has reached a ‘negotiated’ settlement with the school board in Dearborn, a suburb of Detroit, which will give Muslim kids so-called ‘prayer accommodations’ in Dearborn Public Schools…CAIR lawyers ‘recently met with Dearborn Public Schools Superintendent Brian Whiston to discuss concerns from some parents regarding prayer accommodations in Dearborn Public Schools’…Consequently, ‘Dearborn Public Schools has implemented a policy which fully accommodates student-led prayer in all the schools, as well as unexcused absences for students who leave early on Fridays for Jumu’ah prayers‘…”

This doesn’t surprise me in the slightest. I can pretty much guarantee that the Michigan school board capitulated to CAIR’s requests because they are afraid. Afraid of what? Being labeled a racist, or an Islamophobe.

Let’s alter the situation a bit. Let’s say that known Christian organization Focus on the Family tried to “negotiate” with public schools to allow Christians to pray in school, and leave early on Fridays for religious reasons. How do you think that would go down? It would become a national outrage, the likes of which would spark the left to battle. The leftist media would cry “separation of church and state!” and mush-brained sycophants across the nation would eagerly nod their heads in agreement. Even if a media firestorm did not occur, I doubt any public school would yield to demands made by Christians. Why? Because it’s not a big deal if you’re anti-Christian.

Christianity has been so badly damaged by modern culture that it has become a laughing stock. Anyone is allowed to mock Christianity (as is their First Amendment right), and we do so on a regular basis, but we are not allowed to mock Islam (Fist Amendment need not apply here). Christianity has been labeled as anti-progress, anti-woman, bigoted, xenophobic, and racist. There are a million other pejoratives used regularly in popular culture to denigrate Christianity, but my point is clear: Christians have been labeled the enemy, and as such, it’s ok to hate them. Islam, on the other hand, must not be slandered. If one utters one word against Islam, they are labeled a racist—or worse—an Islamophobe!

Over the last two decades, and especially post-9/11, the left has taken up the mantle of defending islam—no matter the situation. Because there are those who use the Koran as justification for their evil actions (radical Islamic terrorists), the left has come to believe that mean, bigoted people will use that evil as an excuse to hate, and harm peaceful Muslims. This notion is ridiculous, and insulting, given the great majority of Americans posses the ability to distinguish good from evil. I know! It sounds crazy, but most people can tell the difference between a terrorist, and their neighbors Larry, and Susan Hussein. But to the left any perceived slight, any restriction of Islam—even if it is based on pre-existing law—is Islamophobic. And we don’t like negative labels. They tend to stick.

However, this label fear is suffocating, and it stands against everything we believe in as a people. Obviously, if our actions demand it, certain labels do apply. If someone takes an axe to their husband, they should be labeled a murderer. That’s not the point I’m arguing. My point is that we are restricting our rightful behavior because we are afraid of being labeled as something that we are not. And where I come from, that’s called oppression.

Read more at http://lastresistance.com/9546/michigan-public-school-board-allows-muslims-pray/#P66RRRtBirj65ZWT.99

Misdirected Evil Tom Steyer targets Rubio, 2016 hopefuls on climate

Trying all the tricks.
Check it out:

Billionaire Tom Steyer’s environmental group is using its social media prowess to hit Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) on his recent climate change comments.

NextGen Climate, which Steyer founded in 2013, released a Web video on Wednesday chiding Rubio for getting caught “on the wrong side of the numbers.”

“If you’re thinking about running for president, you don’t want to be caught on the wrong side of the numbers,” the video’s narrator states.
By Laura Barron Lopez
Billionaire Tom Steyer’s environmental group is using its social media prowess to hit Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) on his recent climate change comments.

NextGen Climate, which Steyer founded in 2013, released a Web video on Wednesday chiding Rubio for getting caught “on the wrong side of the numbers.”
“If you’re thinking about running for president, you don’t want to be caught on the wrong side of the numbers,” the video’s narrator states.

During a Sunday interview on ABC’s “This Week,” Rubio, a Republican presidential hopeful, said that while he believes in climate change, he doesn’t believe human activity is causing it.

On Tuesday, Rubio sought to clarify his comments on climate change during an appearance at the National Press Club, focusing on the legislative policy proposals put forward by the administration and a number of Democrats in Congress. He didn’t repeat his statement on human activity not contributing to climate change from the earlier interview.

That did it for NextGen Climate.

The video challenges all potential 2016 presidential hopefuls, including Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-Fla.), Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-La.) and others to answer where they stand on climate change.

“If you are thinking about running for president, answer this: Do you stand with the facts, or do you stand with Sen. Rubio? The pressure’s on,” the video states, ending with footage of Rubio’s infamous GOP rebuttal to President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union address where he awkwardly reaches for a drink of water.

On top of the Web video, NextGen created a Tumblr, dubbed #PlanetRubio, dedicated to mocking Rubio for his climate change comments, and a Twitter account, @PlanetRubio.

The Tumblr and Twitter account consist of memes and tweets of outlandish comments that would be true on a planet run by Rubio.

“On #Planet Rubio Miami’s $3.5 trillion in assets aren’t in any way threatened by climate change,” the Tumblir states.

“On #PlanetRubio climate change is not man-made. Kanye West also lets Taylor Swift finish,” a tweet posted on the account states.

This isn’t the first time Rubio has been the sole target of Steyer’s action group. Last month, NextGen Climate launched an ad buy in Florida that targeted Rubio for backing the Keystone XL oil pipeline.

Steyer’s rise to the forefront of politics in the last year has drawn much scrutiny from GOP lawmakers, who have accused Democrats of pushing drastic climate policies for the sole purpose of attracting donations from Steyer.

Read more: http://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/206141-billionaire-steyer-targets-rubio-2016-hopefuls-on-climate##ixzz32Hsu8ARJ
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