Odds ‘n Sods:

Evidently your TV now sends ultrasonic messages to your phone, which tell your phone to transmit your information back to the advertiser.

Wonder what else this technology could be used for… How TV ads silently ping commands to phones: Sneaky SilverPush code reverse-engineered via Linux News. Link sent in by K.F.

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These assignments were discovered by accident when the child brought the work home from school. How many more of these indoctrinating assignments are never caught by parents? Public schools, by design, indoctrinate your children with values that you have little or no control over. In fact, many of these assignments are from new, young teachers, who are fresh out of a liberal college with pro-Islamic/anti-Semitic views. Start a homeschool; lower your standard of living to afford a private school; start a co-op; do whatever it takes to protect your children as they are educated, but get your child out of public school!

Utah school homework assignment to make propaganda poster for jihadi groups: “JOIN ISIS!” Sent in by B.B.

California Middle School Makes Kids Sing About Spreading Islam Sent in by D.S.

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Speaking of constant indoctrination, how about a video of Hillary Clinton stating that Muslims have “nothing to do” with terrorism: Hillary hits back over “radical Islam”.

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Bill Whittle Video: Post Paris: Can Sharia Law And The Constitution Coexist?. Sent in by MtH

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While there has been considerable chatter about the U.S. catching Islamic terrorists on the southern border with forged papers, apparently the concept of “forged” papers is meaningless. Succar, the head of New York’s Syrian community has some scary claims about the refugees.”
“You can go to the Syrian government today and say to them, ‘I need a piece of paper that says I’m Tony Caterpillar.’ And they give it to you”
“These are not forged documents. These are written out by a government employee who needs money, whose family has no food.”

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