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The Engage Family Minute – October 15

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Written by Jeremy Dys

October 15, 2009 at 9:59 am

Washington Times: ‘Serious questions about Jennings keep piling up’

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From today’s Washington Times about Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools czar, Keving Jennings of StopJennings.org fame:

The Obama administration isn’t adequately vetting important presidential appointees. When it was exposed that former “green jobs czar” Van Jones believed in crazy conspiracies about the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, it was questionable whether anyone had even bothered to Google individuals before they received presidential appointments. In that case, the White House strategy was to refuse to answer questions and hope interest faded away. That approach worked for most of the media, which carried water for President Obama’s scandal-plagued pick. Stonewalling scandal is not what Americans were expecting from an administration that promised to usher in an “unprecedented level of openness in government.” Instead, a pattern of presidential obfuscation is developing.

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Written by Jeremy Dys

October 5, 2009 at 11:17 am

Jennings On a Mission

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Czar of Safe and Drug Free Schools, Kevin Jennings, explains his mission in life while at GLSEN:

“I can envision a day when straight people say, ‘So what if you’re promoting homosexuality? . . . That is our mission from this day forward.

More at stopjennings.org.

Written by Jeremy Dys

September 30, 2009 at 2:56 pm

StopJennings.org

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The czar leading the Department of Safe and Drug-Free Schools under the US Department of Education is one Kevin Jennings who, in his memoirs, said:

What had [God] done for me, other than make me feel shame and guilt? Squat.  [Sr*w] you, buddy – I don’t need you around anymore.

Read more at www.stopjennings.com.

Written by Jeremy Dys

September 29, 2009 at 9:02 am