Wednesday, October 16, 2019


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Jack Canfield interviews Teresa Power about Yoga for Kids
Jack Canfield, New York Times bestselling author and coach, interviews Teresa Power about not only yoga for kids but also her upcoming new book,
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On October 14, President Trump announced sanctions against Turkey aimed at restraining the Turks’ military operation against Kurdish fighters and civilians in Northern Syria. 
The administration has also called on Turkey to stop the invasion and declare a ceasefire. Trump is sending Vice President Mike Pence and national security adviser Robert O’Brien to Ankara as soon as possible in an attempt to begin negotiations with the Turkish government. 
AP quoted Pence as saying that Trump spoke directly to Turkey’s President Recep Erdogan, who promised not to attack the border town of Kobani, which is very close to a major U.S. base from which U.S. troops will be loading equipment onto cargo planes for transport out of the country.
Turkish artillery landed close to U.S. troops near Kobani, the U.S. Defense Department said on October 11. “All U.S. troops are accounted for with no injuries,” the Pentagon said in a statement, which added that the episode occurred “in an area known by the Turks to have U.S. forces present.”
The Defense Department added that an explosion occurred just outside “the Security Mechanism Zone.” No further details were provided in the statement, but it concluded with “the U.S. demands that Turkey avoid actions that could result in immediate defensive action.”
“President Trump communicated to [Erdogan] very clearly that the United States of American wants Turkey to stop the invasion, implement an immediate ceasefire and to begin to negotiate with Kurdish forces in Syria to bring an end to the violence,” Pence said.
Bloomberg cited Trump as saying that the United States has three options in dealing with Turkey’s incursion into northern Syria: send the U.S. military back in, unleash punishing sanctions on Turkey, or mediate between the two sides.
Trump said the approximately 1,000 U.S. troops are leaving the country. They will remain in the Middle East, he said, to “monitor the situation” and to prevent a revival of ISIS.
AP cited Trump’s statement that Turkey's invasion is “precipitating a humanitarian crisis and setting conditions for possible war crimes,” a reference to reports of Turkish-backed fighters executing Kurdish fighters on the battlefield.
In his sanctions announcement, Trump said he was halting negotiations on a $100 billion trade deal with Turkey and raising steel tariffs back up to 50 percent. Trump also imposed sanctions on three senior Turkish officials and Turkey’s defense and energy ministries.
“I am fully prepared to swiftly destroy Turkey’s economy if Turkish leaders continue down this dangerous and destructive path,” Trump said.
Back on October 6, Trump announced he was moving U.S. troops out of the way of a Turkish military incursion into the area in order to fight ISIS, while stressing that his decision was not tantamount to allowing Turkish forces to have free rein in the region.
In a tweet on the afternoon October 7, Trump wrote, “if Turkey does anything that I, in my great and unmatched wisdom, consider to be off limits, I will totally destroy and obliterate the Economy of Turkey.”
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The American Federation of Teachers (AFT), the radical union that reaches into tens of thousands of classrooms, is pushing saturation indoctrination on race, “racism,” “racial identity,” “bias,” “prejudice,” “discrimination,” “hate,” “white supremacy,” and, of course, “equity,” “tolerance” and “diversity.”

As American students at all grade levels fall further and further behind in all academic areas, the 1.7 million-member union is telling its teachers that they must focus not on helping their students learn the basic subject matter and academic skills that will enable them to be productive, prosperous, self-supporting citizens, but that teachers must instead become non-stop agitators for “racial justice” and fulltime race psychologists/sociologists — both inside and outside the classroom.
The Fall 2019 issue of the AFT journal American Educator is devoted to “Confronting Bias in Schools: Classroom Conversations on Race , Ethnicity, and Identity.” However, a more accurate title might have been “Compounding Bias in Schools,” or “Enflaming Racial Tensions and Hatred in Schools.”
“The President Is Leading a Homegrown Hate Movement”
AFT President Randi Weingarten leads off the issue with an attack on President Donald Trump, declaring, “The president is leading a homegrown hate movement.” In her “Where We Stand” column, Weingarten proclaims that “President Trump has trampled rights enshrined in the Constitution and waged a war on truth. He has fanned biases that aim to dehumanize ‘the other’ and that erode our democracy. He is enamored of despots, and distances our allies…. We can’t ignore Trump’s bigotry and cruelty, or the fact that his erratic behavior is intended to create chaos and confusion.”
This anti-Trump tirade follows only a few sentences after Weingarten had asserted that teachers “are called on to be guardians of democracy and cultivators of decency.” She also says teachers must “help young people value members of other groups,” and classrooms must be places “where disagreements are over ideas, not people, and dissenting views are respectfully heard, not shouted down.” But Weingarten’s decency, civility, and tolerance apparently does not extend to the tens of millions of deplorables who voted for Donald Trump, and the tens of millions more that disapprove of the union’s strident propaganda concerning LGBTQ programming, gun control, global warming, and other radical agenda items. Neither, obviously, does her lecturing on civility and inclusivity apply to the legions of militant AFT cadres that participate in riotous protests, lead their students in profanity-strewn "I Hate Trump!" chants, and engage in disruptive walkouts and school strikes.
SPLC’s Non-stop Hate Baiting In addition to Weingarten’s opening salvo, a strong clue as to where the AFT journal was headed (and where it was coming from) was provided by American Educator’s first article in the issue entitled “Assessing — and Interrupting — Intolerance at School,”  by Maureen Costello and Coshandra Dillard. So, who are these two authors that are given top billing? Costello is a senior staffer at the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the viciously biased organization that regularly defames and demonizes pro-life, pro-family, pro-morality, Christian, patriotic individuals and organizations. In addition, Costello is director of the SPLC’s Teaching Tolerance program, the curriculum that is inculcating students in thousands of schools in political correctness and Marxist socio-political dogma. As The New American pointed out in 2011, in an extensive expose’ ("Protecting Rights: Loyal Americans Targeted by the SPLC"), among the many atrocious materials presented in the group’s Teaching Tolerance program is an adoring promotion of unrepentant communist terrorist Bill Ayers, a leader in the 1960s and '70s of the SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) campus rioters and the bombers/murderers of the Weather Underground. Coshandra Dillard, Costello’s coauthor for the AFT journal piece, is a staff writer for Teaching Tolerance.
The SPLC duo begin their race rant this way: “Three years ago — during and immediately after the presidential campaign — we documented a surge of incidents involving racial slurs and symbols, bigotry, and the harassment of minority children in the nation’s schools. We called this phenomenon the ‘Trump Effect,’ because it appeared that children were emulating the racist, xenophobic, and coarse language Donald Trump was using on the campaign trail.” A major problem for the SPLC writers is that the actual documentation shows that hundreds (literally) of the alleged crimes in the “surge of incidents” to which they refer have been, in fact, hoaxes — fake “hate crimes.” But that hasn’t stopped the “progressive” politicians, the liberal-left media, or the Southern Poverty Law Center from continuing to ride the hate crimes bandwagon. Even after high-profile, media-promoted incidents have been repeatedly, thoroughly exposed and discredited as total fabrications — with the notorious cases of Jessie Smollett and Nick Sandmann-Nathan Phillips as prime examples — the professional race baiters and their Fake News Media allies have refused to drop their hate-hoax promotions. The folks at SPLC’s Teaching Tolerance have produced multiple stories parlaying the fake news that it was 16-year-old, pro-life student Nick Sandmann who was the aggressor, the offender, in the now infamous confrontation with “Native elder” Nathan Phillips. Videotape and witnesses have completely shredded that false narrative, showing that it was Phillips who was the instigator of the event. But the SPLC race agitators march on, continuing to insist that American society is, was, and ever has been thoroughly, irredeemably racist.
“Hate crimes are rising…” Costello and Dillard insist, “And the racism, bigotry, and misogyny of a virulent white nationalist movement are being parroted by mainstream political and media figures.” “Whether looking at news media reports or reading educator stories, it’s clear that hate and bias are national, not regional, issues,” they darkly warn.
It’s the same America-is-racist mantra that the SPLC has continuously played like a broken record for years. It has served them well, pulling in hundreds of millions of dollars to their slush funds and political war chest, including more than $121 million the “poverty” organization has parked in offshore tax havens. Stirring up hate, turmoil, and strife has paid the SPLC (and the AFT) huge dividends — financially and politically.
Communist “Historian” Howard Zinn — in Thousands of Classrooms
Adam Sanchez contributes an article to the Fall 2019 American Educator entitled “Teaching the Complex History of Abolition and the Civil War.” Abolition and the Civil War are indeed complex subjects, but there is little reason to hope that Sanchez will handle the topic in a reasonable, fairhanded manner devoid of left-wing dogma and anti-American propaganda. Why do we say that? Among other things, Sanchez, a high-school history teacher in Philadelphia, is an acolyte of communist historian Howard Zinn, and he quotes Zinn extensively in his article. Moreover, he is an activist at the Zinn Education Project, a collective of Marxist educators/propagandists that popularizes Zinn’s pro-communist screed A People’s History of the United States. According to Sanchez, he and his comrades at the Zinn Education Project “have prepared the 10 lessons and materials in a new resource for educators, Teaching a People’s History of Abolition and the Civil War from which this article is excerpted.”
A word about the late Professor Zinn is in order here, since many readers will be unacquainted with his “illustrious” career and the disturbing significance of his prominent promotion in a major education publication. Like Alger Hiss, the Soviet spy and top-level agent-of-influence for mass-murder Joseph Stalin, Dr. Zinn adamantly, publicly denied being a member of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA). But, like Hiss and hundreds of other prominent communists, he was lying. Unfortunately for the Zinnophiles, their lying hero was exposed with the 2010 release of his FBI file in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from Accuracy in Academia’s Cliff Kinkaid. The entire 423-page file is available here  (Part 1) and here (Parts 2 and 3).
In his massive study of the pro-communist Hollywood celebrities, intellectuals, politicians, and journalists during the Vietnam War period, Dr. Roger Canfield gives considerable coverage to the treasonous activities of Professor Zinn. Like Jane Fonda, Bill Ayers, Tom Hayden, David Dellinger, and others, Zinn was not as much “anti-war” as he was “anti-American.” These “peaceniks” were actually agents for the Hanoi Lobby, working closely with the communist regimes in Soviet Russia, China, and North Vietnam.
In his extensively documented book Comrades in Arms: How the Ameri-Cong Won the Vietnam War Against the Common Enemy — America, Dr. Canfield mines the FBI files on Zinn, as well as vast archives of leftist and communist literature. Zinn was no mere liberal dupe, as were many of the other radical gadflies that traipsed off to Hanoi, Beijing, Moscow, Budapest, Havana, and other enemy capitols during the Vietnam War. Zinn was a ardent, hardened, enemy agent who did vast damage to America. And his legions of devotees in schools and colleges across our nation continue his toxic legacy. Zinn taught his Marxist-Leninist version of history at Boston University for a quarter of a century while also slavishly serving mass-murdering communist dictators.
Howard Zinn not only traveled about the United States, Europe, and Asia denouncing the United States, praising the communist Vietcong, and stirring up campus turmoil, he actually went to Hanoi to provide treasonous aid to the enemy during wartime. For one of his most perfidious actions, he was selected by Hanoi, along with Father Daniel Berrigan, the radical Catholic priest, to perform special propaganda service concerning America’s POWs.
Dr. Canfield writes:
On February 16, 1968 Berrigan and Zinn met [communist North Vietnam’s] Premier Pham Van Dong at his French villa and garden behind armored doors. Berrigan saw in the “face of this man…of whom complexity dwells … life and death … great intelligence, and yet also great reserves of compassion.” (Seven years later Dong’s mother saw no such compassion and fled her son’s invasion.)
According to Berrigan’s notes, Dong said, in part, “Your visit is of some importance…. We ask … that you clarify the meaning of war for your fellow Americans.” Dong said, “public opinion in your country is of the essence.” Further “we have a common front. We are in combat here, and you there.” Comrades in arms, they were on the same side.
The premier made clear that the war in Vietnam and in the United States were one and the same. “We must continue to coordinate our efforts.... We will be in touch with representatives of your movement … (in) future meetings ... here or in another place, such as Bratislava [in then-communist Czechoslovakia]."
Additional articles in the Fall 2019 American Educator include “Developing Inclusive Youth How to Reduce Social Exclusion and Foster Equality and Equity in Childhood,” by Professor Melanie Killen;  “Race to Improve Teacher Education Building Awareness for Instructional Practice,” by Professor H. Richard Milner IV; “Engaging in Meaningful Conversations: The Need to Foster Ethnic-Racial Identity in School,” by Professors Deborah Rivas-Drake and Adriana J. Umaña-Taylor; “Responding to Anti-Muslim Bias a Q&A with Debbie Almontaser”; “AFT Resolution Opposition to Anti-Muslim Bigotry, Discrimination, and Violence”; “School Integration: How It Can Promote Social Cohesion and Combat Racism,” by Richard D. Kahlenberg, Halley Potter, and Kimberly Quick, all senior activists at the Century Foundation; “Demystifying the 'Safe Space’: How to Lead Meaningful Race Conversations in the Classroom,” by Matthew R. Kay.
Unfortunately, the woke ideology that saturates this issue of American Educator is standard fare for the journal. The AFT, like its competitor, the National Education Association, never misses an opportunity to steep its members in political correctness and to turn our nation’s classrooms into ever more radical indoctrination chambers. Which is a major reason why, if we intend to save our children from the statist brainwashers, we must “Get Them Out (of Public Schools)!”, as Professor Duke Pesta and Alex Newman recently explained, in our special report Rescuing Our Children.
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In this episode of Behind The Deep State, host Alex Newman follows the Deep State money trail right to George Soros aka Dr. Evil. Alex discusses the different causes and organizations Soros funds, his ties to the Rothschild dynasty, his enormous ego including self-deification, his insider trading, his help for the Nazi regime, and much more.


Hunter Biden Snaps at Interviewer to Ask Rehab Questions “Nicer”

Former drug addict sensitive about dodgy past

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Hunter Biden snapped at an ABC News interviewer when asked about time spent in and out of rehab clinics for drug addiction, telling her to ask the question in a “nicer” manner.
In an interview released Tuesday, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden claimed ABC News’ Amy Robach was being “so insensitive” when she addressed the topic of his numerous rehab stints, suggesting alternate language to use, such as “sought treatment for an issue.”
Read a partial transcript below:
AMY ROBACH: What should people know about Hunter Biden that they don’t know?
HUNTER BIDEN: Like every single person that I have ever known, I have fallen and I’ve gotten up. I’ve done esteemable things and things that have been in my life that I regret. Every single one of those things has brought me exactly to where I am right now, which is probably the best place I’ve ever been in my life. I’ve gone through my own struggles.
ROBACH: —In and out of rehab seven, eight times—
BIDEN: —Say it nicer to me. Sought treatment for an issue, like most people. So insensitive.
ROBACH: I’m so sorry. But I think this is a human question. Do you worry that all of this noise, even though it’s just noise, that it could affect your sobriety?
BIDEN: Of course. Look, you don’t want to live in the worry of it because then you’re feeding the beast. I have no answer, other than this: You’ve got to live in the connections that you have to healthy things and I have so many of them. I have to live there, instead of living in fear like “Oh my god, the stress is going to make me drink or the stress is going to make me use.”
Hunter was discharged from the Navy Reserve in February 2014 after he failed a June 2013 drug screening, testing positive for cocaine. He joined the board of Ukrainian energy firm Burisma Holdings in May 2014.
In July of this year, Hunter divulged his extensive history of drug use in an interview with the New Yorker, discussing his struggle with cocaine addiction since his college years in the early 1990s.
Hunter detailed one instance in which he tried to buy coke, but obtained crack instead, prompting him to put the crack in a cigarette.
“Once, hoping to buy cocaine, he was sold a piece of crack, but he wasn’t sure how to take the drug. ‘I didn’t have a stem,’ Hunter said. ‘I didn’t have a pipe.’ Improvising, he stuffed the crack into a cigarette and smoked it. ‘It didn’t have much of an effect,’ he said.”
He also talked to the New Yorker about going to Mexico in 2014 to purchase ibogaine, “a psychoactive alkaloid derived from the roots of a West African shrub, which is illegal in America.”
In the fall of 2016, Hunter also claimed he bought drugs from people at a homeless camp in Los Angeles who initially threatened to kill him.
“…soon after his arrival in L.A., he asked a homeless man in Pershing Square where he could buy crack. Hunter said that the man took him to a nearby homeless encampment, where, in a narrow passageway between tents, someone put a gun to his head before realizing that he was a buyer. He returned to buy more crack a few times that week.”
Days ahead of the 2016 presidential election, reports emerged that a crack pipe was among other personal items found in a Hertz rental car used by Hunter.
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