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  5 comments for “About Us

  1. Bruce Damavandi
    August 2, 2015 at 1:38 am

    Thank You for your service…………

  2. October 5, 2015 at 6:44 pm

    You’ve violated a copyright by using our image on this post: http://www.independentsentinel.com/jackson-hole-administrators-ban-america-pride-day-to-not-offend/

    The photo was taken and posted on our Community News Stream by our reporter at: http://buckrail.com/2015/09/30/jhhs-students-dress-up-for-american-pride-day-on-college-day-heres-why/

    Please take immediate action to credit buckrail.com and provide a link, or remove the post.

    Fabian Lobera, COO PitchEngine, [phone number edited out for Mr. Lobera’s privacy]

    • S. Noble
      October 5, 2015 at 6:49 pm

      I’m so sorry. I credited you and appreciate your letting me keep the photo up.

  3. Julie Contadino
    October 6, 2015 at 12:23 am

    I was recently introduced to your article regarding a Tennessee parent whom was upset about her child having to learn Islam history in 7th grade. It stated the core curriculum supposedly removed Christianity from the TCC, which is inaccurate. I just had a debate with several friends to find that some points written were misleading, including the magor point above. Christianity was not removed from the curriculum. The history of Christianity is covered towards the end of 6th grade. From a chronological point of view the the Common Core seems to have a perfect flow to then introduce the following religions and it is tied in at the end of the curriculum.

    Your article also stated that the the children were forced to recite the 5 pillars and write certain things, but yet where is the written assignment and proof of that. After the debate with educators from Tennessee and who were familiar with their common core and the Bible Belt, I was disappointed that you posted an article that would divide people instead of build them up.

    I would hope you could do a follow-up with these facts in mind. I am embarrassed I even posted the related facebook page. However, I am leaving it up so other can read the whole truth.

    All the Best,

    • S. Noble
      October 6, 2015 at 9:14 am

      Thank you for your comment. I did mention that Christianity would be taught later in the year. The article was a report from a Tennessee parent. The Core requires the Islam section but does not require the section on Christianity. The reason that happened is because of the Islamic lobby when the Core and even texts were developed. Many people don’t care but this parent did so I reported her story.

      There is proof of that but this isn’t meant to be a tome but if you click the link, you will get the information you need.

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