Dare Inquire Representatives Truth
A STATEWIDE GROUP THAT RESEARCHES THE ISSUES AND ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS!
Pennsylvania Taxpayers Concerned for Education
Saturday August 4, 2001
9:30 am Greensburg Court House
NEW RELEASE! Underground History of American Education
The Underground History of American Education: A Schoolteacher's Intimate Investigation Into the Problem of Modern Schooling
By John Taylor Gatto
AT LAST! An award-winning teacher pulls back the curtain to reveal the 'fourth purpose' for which forced schooling was conceived.
The Oxford Village Press, in conjunction with The Odysseus Group, a tax-exempt foundation dedicated to school reform, announces the arrival of an exclusive pre-publication edition of this bombshell that took 9 years of research and a half-million-dollar investment
BE AWARE OF FAYETTE ZONING ISSUES WHERE ERASER AND WET PAPER TOWEL ARE USED TO "CORRECT" MAP WHICH WAS SUPPOSED TO BE KEY EVIDENCE IN A ZONING DISPUTE
The Hearing of Wednesday, May 24, 2000 lasted five hours. Proceedings were extended by zoning board to accept legal briefs from involved parties
Follow the Ordeal Revealing: Transcript of Fayette Commissioners Addressing Homeowner
Southwestern PA Chapter John Birch Society
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY
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