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Free Michelle Obama Lunch For Billionaire Space Creatures – York 912 Patriots

Call it Bailouts For Hungry Billionaire Space Creatures! Free Michelle Obama Lunch For Billionaire Space Creatures.
The Central York School District has been considering implementing a summertime school lunch program.  It would be subsidized by ALL York county taxpayers since it is funded by the Federal Government. Of course, they will not pay all the costs so CYSD taxpayers will directly subsidize some portion of the program.    But hey, a free Michelle Obama lunch for billionaires is the norm these days.

Here are the programs eligibility requirements:

You must be a humanoid organism, pesumably a citizen of this solar system, who can document your age to be under 19.

Yes, that is all.  Your income is irrelevant, your place of residence is irrelevant, you could be the child of a billionaire, visting from California and all you have to do is show up and claim you are under 19 and demand your free meal.  His billionaire parents should take heart.  This is actually a free daycare program of sorts.  The CYSD will have to provide a daily activiy, probably something like readings from Barack Obama’s treatise on why it is necessary we all become dependent on government.  By the way, the grant program also requires the CYSD to hold harmless and defend the Federal Government from any liability arising out of the program.  If the billionaire space person should choke on a bone, they will be on the hook for the liability.

The census bureau statistics claim only 9.2% of the county recives SNAP benefits, only 10% of residents live under the poverty line.  The average household income in the CYSD is over $60,000.00 annually.  So why do Mr. Snell, the Superintendent and Michael Wagner, School Board Member, think this is such a good idea.  They think adding billions more to the deficit, currently over $18.0 trillion dollars, to feed them a menu designed by Michelle Obama, is better for them than teaching them to be independent adults.

Call the district  – 717-846-6789, tell them you oppose this foolsih waste of money.  Also email:

Mr. Snell the Superintendent at :

Tell him to once and for all end the speculation on this program and declare it dead officially.

Attached to this email you will find a copy of the flyer issued on this by the CYSD in April.  It does seem as though they may be trying to sneak this through.  The agenda for tomorrow night seeks authorization to employ some staff people from the schools they intend to host this program to work in the summer.  Call Monday or better yet, come to the meeting at:

775 Marion Road, York, PA 17406
Monday night, 7:15 PM.

Common Core Race To The Top Primer – York 912 Patriots

Common Core and Race To The Top – A Primer


The confusion surrounding Common Core and Race to The Top is not unintentional. Whenever government or idealogues seek to grab power, they confuse the issue, re-direct and criticize the opposing voices as “unreasonable” or “hysterical”.  It is no different with the underlying issues represented by these two terms which is, Federal Government control over education policy.  These videos lay out the issue very logically and in an easy to understand fashio.  Once you grasp the central issue, that Race To The Top and Common Core State Standards were the mechanism used by Obama to sieze control over your child’s education, you can start to delve into the very deeper and in many cases darker implications of the issue such as:


  • Using education policy to create and all intrusive national identy database
  • Using education policy for central planning of the economy
  • Redistribution of wealth via educational resources

Start with these videos.  Watch for other posts that will highlight some of the other issues.  Eventually we will have a download library with documents you can view to see the real agenda of the proponents and the Federal Government when it comes to your children’s and grandchildren’s future.  The video were developed by the Jane Robbins and The american Principles Project.

Jane Robbins is an attorney and a senior fellow with the American Principles Project in Washington, DC. In that position she has crafted federal and state legislation designed to restore the constitutional autonomy of states and parents in education policy, and to protect the rights of religious freedom and conscience. Her essays on these topics have been published in various print and online media. With Emmett McGroarty she co-authored the APP/Pioneer Institute report, Controlling Education From the Top: Why Common Core Is Bad for America. She has published numerous articles about the problems with Common Core, including those of intrusive data-collection and threats to student privacy, and has testified about these issues before the legislatures of nine states. She is a graduate of Clemson University and the Harvard Law School.

Jane Robbins Part 1


Jane Robbins Part 2

Jane Robbins Part 3

Jane Robbins Part 4


Jane Robbins Part 5

School Taxes Destroying Family Wealth


The current situation in Pennsylvania regarding funding for education has become a corrosive and unsustainable plague on many families.  The burden falling on property owners to finance school budgets, beset with benefits and pensions that are out of control and governed by state provisions, local boards have little to no control over.  Since 2008, local school boards have been hiking millage rates nearly every year and at rates that could cause local taxes to increase at rates that taxpayers cannot keep up with.

Tax Comparison 2001 to 2012 York School Districts

If you doubt this, look at this link.  You will be shocked to see the current listing of tax claims for York County.  The listing of claims with some level of delinquency is shocking.  It runs over 1,700 pages.  Yes, 1,700 pages..  If you think this is not destructive to an economy, you are hoping against hope.  We cannot afford to allow this to continue.  Join us December 4th at the Holiday Inn in West York.  We are going to discuss what must be done to bring sanity and respect for private property rights back into the taxing decisions of local School Districts.