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Who rules the world?

https://twitter.com/sojmed/status/1116629975858180097 Spies, journalists, investigations, royalty, money, patents, military, secrets and victims. Who rules the world? We will see media - corrupt and owned push stories at us. Hungry for news following an endless charade broken-up by the constant ads. Hurry to get in front of the tv to listen to the authority who is allowed… Continue reading Who rules the world?

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Black democrat senator walks away from democratic party

https://youtu.be/cudPVnCr-F4 Time is up. We the People know the truth but in our own small units of friends, family and activities the topic of racism is unpleasant. A spoiler creating tension in otherwise opportune moments of safe and perhaps even joyful or perhaps competitive environments. The topic of history, ancestry and personal experiences require a… Continue reading Black democrat senator walks away from democratic party

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Uranium 1

http://www.rebelion.org/noticia.php?id=22882 Gary Chluppe Counterpunch I have been working obsessively on this chronology, as historians do. The more you go into details, the more they clarify the subject. However imperfect it may be, I want to publish it now with my observations on its meaning... (1) Officials in the Bush administration, eager to start the war… Continue reading Uranium 1

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Peer-to-Peer global money laundering. #Spygate Part 4 of 4

April 2, 2019 President Donald Trump tweeted a link to an article recognizing the World Autism Awareness Day 'WAAD'. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1113048943938756609 There are many reasons why this article may have been the President's Choice. https://hindustantimes.com/health/world-autism-awareness-day-2019-significance-history-and-theme/story-pur37CVyhW8guEFrYiEpHP_amp.html The introduction to the article consistently uses an advertisememt for and by RoundUp which has been prosecuted extensively in the US… Continue reading Peer-to-Peer global money laundering. #Spygate Part 4 of 4

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Understanding by Design – Three Key Questions on Measuring Learning

To properly assess conceptual understanding, long-term transfer, and other complex skills, we need greater use of authentic, performance-based measures in which students are asked to: 1) apply their learning to a new situation, and 2) explain their thinking, show their reasoning, or justify their conclusion. Educators, policy makers, parents, and others interested in improving the… Continue reading Understanding by Design – Three Key Questions on Measuring Learning