Radio Free Vermont: Tuesday, December 07, 2004

Tuesday, December 07, 2004

Rumsfeld: 4 MORE YEARS IN IRAQ !!!

May well be worth checking the actual paperwork (Presidential Executive Orders, Decision Directives, etc.) You may find that the actual number of years is much longer.

Green Mountain Gringo Salsa moving to North Carolina

Our favorite salsa ... is moving away. Yeah, it's great salsa, but those are Vermont jobs. Gone.

Fourth-grader suspended over suspected 'Jell-O shots'

More Big Brother overkill ...

"The school system's position is, it doesn't matter if it had alcohol in it or not," Nowakowski said.

The names of the girl and her mother were not released.

The mother must also allow school officials to test her daughter's hair for signs of drug use, Nowakowski said.

Survivors Mark Anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Paul Goodyear was standing on a signal bridge on the starboard side of the USS Oklahoma in 1941 when bombs started falling from the sky and torpedoes zeroed in.

Explosions, screams, chaos and gunfire shattered the calm morning of that Dec. 7, and within 12 minutes, the massive battleship rolled over and capsized, trapping hundreds of men belowdecks.

Sixty-three years later, Goodyear can still hear their cries and tapping for help.

Homeschooling ambush

The public school establishment hates homeschoolers. They've smeared the movement as a conspiracy of conservative Christian zealots. They've scoffed at homeschooled kids as social pariahs. They've painted homeschooling parents as uneducated and negligent.
And now, under the guise of preparing students for a violent terrorist attack, educators in one public school district are casting homeschoolers as bomb-detonating militants.
The exercise will simulate an attack by a fictitious radical group called Wackos Against Schools and Education who believe everyone should be homeschooled.