The (Leftist)Ties That Bind Al Gore To Al Jazeera &…Its (Islamist) Coverage Of The Muslim Brotherhood Mafia…Commentary By Adina Kutnicki

Whenever a leftist is in the mix, rest assured, an Islamic twin devil is not far behind. Vice versa. The twain ALWAYS intersect…a meeting of the (totalitarian) minds.

Though leftists herald their penchant for liberalism – eschewing any nexus to totalitarian ethos – their associations prove otherwise. Clear as a bell.

With typical hubris, their game plan generally involves tarring Constitutional conservatives as repressive and regressive, expecting to taint their patriotism as “racist”, as the anti-thesis to democratic values. The (fascist) pot calling the (liberty seeking) kettle black. It ain’t gonna fly. Laid bare, fully exposed herein – adinakutnicki.com/2013/01/06/the-morphing-of-socialism-nazism-one-the-same-their-hatred-of-judeo-christian-ethics-commentary-by-adina-kutnicki/

So, leave it to Al Gore, a die-hard leftist/progressive to rip off the mask, albeit unintentionally. His lock-step devotion (being financially “in bed”) with the most retrograde forces on this planet – Islamists – strips him of any claim to liberal values. It is proven, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that Al-Jazeera is owned, lock, stock and (oil) barrel, by the Muslim Brotherhood Mafia. The same Brotherhood Mafia whose goals of submission  – adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/25/the-muslim-mafia-aka-the-brotherhood-their-overarching-plan-what-it-means-for-americas-future-commentary-by-adina-kutnicki/ … are not only for America, but for the entire world. Really. Thus, making the sale of his heretofore owned Current TV, to Brotherhood owned Al Jazeera, a (leftist) red light…(Islamist) green light…one…plus one…equals two smackeroos to western interests.

Moreover, wooden-faced Gore hasn’t a liberal leg to stand on, as those in the know understand precisely how Al Jazeera (mis)handled the Islamist brouhaha, revolving around a most dangerous Muslim Brotherhood/Sisterhood operative, Huma Abedin.

Need proofs? Fine. Pleased to oblige. But they are not exhaustive.

As a teen, Humala ensconced herself at the primary “schooling” of Muslim Brotherhood/Sisterhood operatives, its Muslim Student Association (MSA) – adinakutnicki.com/2012/08/15/the-muslim-student-association-msa-islamic-student-arm-of-muslim-brotherhoodmuslim-mafia-huma-abedin-board-member-too-what-does-this-meancommentary-by-adina-kutnicki/ …implanted at EVERY U.S. campus, and beyond its shores. The result of multicultural psychotics and greedy campus administrators, bought off by Arab/Muslim oil.

But none of the above would be possible without the ties that bind the reds to the greens – adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/14/the-redgreen-alliance-the-ties-that-bind-hillary-clinton-huma-abedin-compromise-us-national-security-commentary-by-adina-kutnicki-36/… allowing the dangers to flourish, deep under the public radar.

Yet leave it to the ever “elder statesman”, Senator McCain, to dig himself into a hole –  adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/20/senator-john-mccain-digs-himself-into-a-hole-via-his-indefensibleinexplicable-support-of-huma-abedin-hillary-clintons-deeply-connected-muslim-brotherhood-sister-commentary-by-adina-kutnick-132-2/ …. one which endangers the nation he professes to adore. 

Alas, Huma Abedin’s familial roots render those who attempt to protect her as transparent liars –  adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/28/update-huma-abedins-familial-muslim-brotherhoodsisterhood-tree-gains-another-root-addendum-to-huma-abedin-deputy-cos-to-hillary-clinton-inextricably-tied-to-muslim-brotherhoodsisterhood/ …including those on the Repub side, as well as hard core leftists/progressives like Gore.

‘How did Al Jazeera cover the Huma Abedin controversy?’

by  on JANUARY 13, 2013 

As the controversy over the sale of Al Gore’s Current TV to Al Jazeera continues, one of the things being argued by apologists for the deal is that Al Jazeera English is not like its Arabic counterpart. Al Jazeera English, we’re told, is a legitimate news operation that plays it straight and actually covers international news better than western media outlets. We’re expected to believe this despite both operations being run by the government of Qatar. We’re also expected to find it insignificant that Al Jazeera Arabic prominently features the Islamic propaganda of the Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leader – Yusuf Al-Qaradawi.

Both the Arabic and English Al Jazeera networks operate from Doha, Qatar and the government there calls the shots.

If Al Jazeera English is a legitimate, unbiased news network, then what better way to test their bonafides when it comes to objective journalism than to look at how it covered the Huma Abedin scandal?

A quick search of the network’s search engine reveals that there are six – count ‘em, six – stories that include so much as a mention of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Deputy Chief of Staff:

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That there are so few stories about the Huma Abedin controversy is telling, especially when one considers the relationship between her family and the Muslim Brotherhood led by the guy (Qaradawi) who’s got his own show on Al Jazeera Arabic. In fact, there is not one straight news story on Al Jazeera English about the claims made by five U.S. Congressmen last summer, despite it being a very newsworthy subject from a straight news perspective.

The very first article that appears, Islamophobia and the Republican Party, is an op-ed ‘hit piece’ on Rep. Michele Bachmann and the four co-signers of the letters. It’s worth noting that the author is not Muslim; his name is Robert Grenier, former CIA station chief who heads a financial consultancy firm who identifies himself as a Republican.

Grenier wrote:

Senator John McCain, the Republican presidential candidate in the 2008 election, rose on the floor of the Senate to defend Huma Abedin, a Muslim-American woman and deputy chief of staff to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, from attack by members of his own party. Abedin had been cited in a letter to the Deputy Inspector General of the State Department signed by five Republican congressmen, including Michele Bachmann, a former candidate for this year’s Republican presidential nomination with a large following in the party. That letter darkly cited “…information [which] has recently come to light that raises serious questions about Department of State policies and actions that appear to be a result of influence operations conducted by … the Muslim Brotherhood”. Exhibit A in this apparent conspiracy to subvert US policy? Why, Abedin, whose late father, mother and brother, it is alleged, all have been “connected to Muslim Brotherhood operatives and/or organisations”.

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Yes, this is an op-ed but there is no opposing op-ed to be found at Al-Jazeera English. Perhaps that’s because, as Daniel Pearl’s father claims, Al Jazeera is a mouthpiece for the Muslim Brotherhood. Like practically all of Abedin’s defenders, Grenier ignored the facts while smearing the charge. We have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that Huma Abedin’s ties to the Brotherhood are irrefutable. That Grenier would overlook the evidence while writing a puff piece on Abedin for Al Jazeera should raise questions about his intellectual honesty but the point of this post is to demonstrate Al Jazeera’s blatant bias on the Huma Abedin controversy.

The second of the six stories that at least mentioned Abedin was a glowing feature piece on America’s first Muslim congressman, Keith Ellison. In it, there is only a brief mention of Abedin and it was made by Ellison in his reference of Senator John McCain’s defense of the Clinton aid.

In the third article, US Muslim vote: ‘Mild’ enthusiasm for Obama, written shortly before the last U.S. presidential election, there was a brief mention of Bachmann’s letter:

And Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann claimed there are stealth efforts to impose sharia law on the US. In July – after she dropped out of the primary – she accused Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s deputy chief of staff, of ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.

The the next two articles – US congressman admits online affairs, andAnthony Weiner quits US Congress, only mention Abedin in passing, while reporting on the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal from 2011.

The final story appears to be a transcript from a program known as The Cafe,during which, panelists debated the issue of America’s demise. The only mention of Abedin comes from a Muslim American named Wajahat Ali who said the following:

Now we’re talking about the deliberate exploitation of fear, I mean specifically, recently we saw Michelle Bachmann and her cohorts for elected officials, just casually say, oh yeah, without any evidence or facts, ‘cause facts are not her strong suit, that the government of the United States of America has been infiltrated by radical Islam and specifically she mentioned Huma Abedin, who is an aide of secretary Clinton, respected across both aisles and it’s lead to death threats against her. I wish more leaders, especially from both sides, but especially again, I know it’s not most republicans but the republican party has been infiltrated by this radical right Islamophobia…

In a 2011 report by David Horowitz and Robert Spencer, Wajahat Ali was identified as having participated in a Center for American Progress sponsored panel discussion entitled, “Challenging Islamophobia”. Also on the panel was Haris Tarin, the executive director for the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) in Washington, D.C.

Incidentally, Tarin is also a defender of Huma Abedin.

Ali was further identified by Spencer and Horowitz as someone who has complained about the “persecution” of John Walker Lindh, the American Taliban.

In summation, Al Jazeera English has published six articles that include mention of Huma Abedin. Three of those articles – to include an op-ed with no opposing view – were very supportive of Abedin; the other three included innocuous mentions of her in stories about her husband.

Aside from six stories being a very anemic total on such a subject with such relevance to the Arab world, the content indicates that Al Jazeera is not the objective news source it pretends to be.”

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In any court of public opinion, let alone court of law, the linkage between Gore’s leftism and Islamic penetration/infiltration is a sealed deal. Yet his political leanings do not obviate his obvious greed; a hypocritical, fatal flaw of many leftists, as they thrust socialist permutations upon the masses, yet enrich, engorge themselves from capitalist underpinnings.

Worse than whores. 

UPDATE: 

Congressman Murphy
Seeks Probe of Al Jazeera

By Cliff Kincaid – February 27, 2013

Rep. Tim Murphy, who holds a senior position on the House Energy and Commerce Committee as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, has called on the Obama Administration to explain whether Al Jazeera’s purchase of Current TV from former Democratic Vice President Al Gore was given any federal review and scrutiny.

But Al Jazeera is working furiously to stop the mounting congressional interest and now has three lobbying firms working to stop any hearings or investigations into the deal.

Once known as the voice of Osama bin Laden, Al Jazeera is the mouthpiece of the Muslim Brotherhood and its various terrorist affiliates. Qatar, which owns Al Jazeera, supports foreign Jihadists, including Hamas, a terrorist organization dedicated to Israel’s destruction.

Rep. Murphy told Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Julius Genachowski in a letter that “foreign ownership of media outlets” in the U.S. should be reviewed by the FCC and he questions what, if anything, the FCC did in regard to the Al Jazeera transaction. He says “the rules governing foreign ownership of U.S. news networks” would seem to apply in this case.

Murphy notes that the deal “would increase Al Jazeera’s broadcast footprint ninefold, beaming the channel into 40 million American homes.”

news release quotes Murphy as saying, “There are legitimate concerns about the sale of an American news channel to a media corporation owned by a foreign government. And under this Administration, the FCC has been especially sensitive to consolidation efforts by television networks and other outlets, which has prompted me to make this inquiry.”

“The Federal Communications Commission has in the past moved assertively to define its role in media-consolidation efforts,” notes the Murphy letter. For example, he says, “in the case of the Comcast-NBC Universal merger, the FCC conducted an aggressive legal review of the matter resulting in a settlement of $800,000 to the U.S. Treasury by Comcast, according to records made public by your Enforcement Bureau.”

Murphy continued, “I would expect that foreign ownership of media outlets in this country falls under a similar category of scrutiny and interest. Concerns over the deal have already been raised by carriers such as Time Warner, and the cable company has announced that it will drop the newly proposed ‘Al Jazeera America’ channel from its packages.”

But in addition to hiring the K Street lobbying firm of DLA Piper to lobby on its behalf, the channel has hired Global Policy Initiatives and TCK International to represent it on Capitol Hill, according to a report from the Center for Public Integrity.

On January 4, AIM released a statement calling the transaction “an unacceptable danger to American citizens by further adding to the potential for home-grown Jihadists inspired by Al Jazeera’s inflammatory programming.”

In addition to Al Jazeera’s collaboration with terrorist groups, AIM said the hearings should examine:

  • The fact that 30 public television stations around the U.S. are already airing Al Jazeera in violation of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules.
  • Al Jazeera is not complying with the Foreign Agent Registration Act and labeling its broadcasts as foreign propaganda paid for by the pro-jihadist government of Qatar.

Michael Thompson of WorldNetDaily recently reported on our efforts, while conservative talk radio host Michael Savage has denounced the deal and urged congressional hearings into the transaction.

AIM previously reported on Al Jazeera’s hiring of the K street lobbying firm, DLA Piper, to stop any plans by Congress to investigate the sale. DLA Piper was hired by Qatar and even has an office in the Arab state, where it works on such matters as “Sharia finance” and tapping into Arab oil wealth.

As part of this expanding effort, Al Jazeera has hired two Republican lobbyists, Tom Korologos and George Salem, to lobby on its behalf, according to a reportfrom Jacob Fenton of the Sunlight Foundation.

Korologos is identified as a “heavyweight Republican lobbyist” whose ties to Capitol Hill “are so legendary he has been dubbed the 101st senator,” while Salem is identified as co-founder of the Arab American Institute who worked on various Republicans campaigns and has donated $166,000 since the 1990 election, almost all of it to Republican candidates.

The apparent purpose of hiring Republicans is to prevent Republicans in Congress from investigating the Al Jazeera deal with prominent Democrats.

Gore and two other prominent Democrats, Joel Hyatt and Richard C. Blum, husband of Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein, are making money from the deal, valued at $500 million, from the oil-rich Middle Eastern dictatorship of Qatar.

Jacob Fenton reports the deal “has drawn plenty of suspicion from conservative Republicans” and that the lobbying activity is an indication that “the TV network is taking some big steps to smooth over those differences.”

The Sunlight Foundation notes that DLA Piper has hosted at least 20 fundraisers for members of Congress at its Washington, D.C. offices over the past few years. Those fundraisers were for many prominent Republicans.

However, the Tim Murphy letter demonstrates that some Republicans are resisting the pressure and taking their oversight responsibilities seriously.

On the other hand, Rep. Michael McCaul, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, has failed to announce hearings into the transaction.

  •   Call Rep. Murphy at (202) 225-2301 and thank him for probing the Al Jazeera deal.

Read more: Congressman Murphy Seeks Probe of Al Jazeera http://www.usasurvival.org/ck02.27.13.html#ixzz2MAiNZcRX

Fingers crossed…

U.S. Rep Michele Bachmann’s Courageous Front-Line Defense Against Muslim Brotherhood/Shariah Law…As They Advance Towards The Kiddies Too…Commentary By Adina Kutnicki

Like trains careening off their tracks all over the U.S., in tandem with alcoholics driving drunk en mass through its highways and byways, so too are anti-Americans (inside and outside America’s power centers) hurtling the Republic off the cliff – straight into the arms of Islamic Shariah Law! The Moo Bros are ecstatic.

On the other hand, there are several notable stalwart defenders of America (within Washington and outside its confines) and its values; chief among them is Rep Michele Bachmann.

But as soon as reality based truths bubble to the fore all hell breaks loose, as if their disinfectant is the destructive force, as opposed to those grabbing for American’s throats. Topsy turvy and traitorous too.

And to remind readers of Bachmann’s unwavering patriotism, some gleanings can be found herein:  

Even as Islamist supporter Dem Rep Keith Ellison taunted her, Bachmann stood her ground – adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/16/update-muslim-congressman-keith-ellison-taunts-congresswoman-michele-bachmann-not-a-smart-move-addendum-to-the-redgreen-alliance-the-ties-that-bind-hillary-clinton-huma-abedin-56-2/ – Now, that’s a woman worth supporting. Knowing too.

Adding to the witch hunt, but not against an Islamist operative in his midst, the never gonna retire McCain comes to Huma’s rescue, dissing his colleague in the process – adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/20/senator-john-mccain-digs-himself-into-a-hole-via-his-indefensibleinexplicable-support-of-huma-abedin-hillary-clintons-deeply-connected-muslim-brotherhood-sister-commentary-by-adina-kutnick-132-2/ – Not someone worth supporting…knowing either.

But in the same manner in which reprobates and cowards revert true to form, so too do those who lead with courage and conviction.

Once again, Rep Bachmann enters the fray.

‘Michele Bachmann: ‘United States aiding and abetting (Islam’s) goal’

by  on DECEMBER 13, 2012 in BLOGGENERAL

During a radio interview with Jan Markel and co-host Eric Barger, Rep. Michele Bachmann discussed the Muslim Brotherhood’s agenda in the United States as well as attempts by Muslim groups to quash dissent. There are several notable excerpts from the interview over at Right Wing Watch, which obviously has a problem with Bachmann’s take but you can check out the audio there.

Of particular note is a letter referenced by Bachmann during the interview, which was signed by multiple Islamic groups to include CAIR, MPAC, ISNA, ICNA, MAS, and many others back on October 19, 2011. The letter was addressed to John Brennan, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security. The intent of the letter was to request a purge of all training materials that consisted of material that was critical of Islam.

Bachmann’s point should be obvious. If groups like the ISNA, which is on record as having a desire to destroy the United States from within, wishes to have criticism of Islamic materials purged, it should be a major red flag. Comparisons made to Nazi Germany and Hitler’s Mein Kampf by Bachmann are by no means a stretch. Hitler worked with the Muslim Brotherhood in WWII.

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In WWII, Americans studied Hitler’s writings to learn how best to defeat the Nazis. In 2012, we should be doing the same with Islamic writings. In particular, the letter penned by all those Islamic groups should bring increased scrutiny, especially to those who were unindicted co-conspirators in the Holy Land Foundation trial.

Think Progress referred to Bachmann’s interview as an “anti-Muslim tirade”.

Seriously, does this sound like a tirade?”

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Intrinsically, to add enormous heft to Bachmann’s charges, along comes Texas – a heretofore Red State – and guess what they are teaching the kiddies? 

‘TEXAS TEACHING ‘ALLAH IS THE ALMIGHTY GOD’

Curriculum under fire for radical ideas, secrecy

n the 70 percent of Texas public schools where a private curriculum has been installed, students are learning the “fact” that “Allah is the Almighty God,” charge critics of a new online curriculum that already is facing condemnation for its secrecy and restrictions on oversight.

The program, called CSCOPE, is a private venture operating under the umbrella of the Texas Education Service Center Curriculum Collaborative, whose incorporation documents state its independence from the State Board of Education of the Texas Education Agency.

Other reports previously have raised alarm over the curriculum’s depiction of the Boston Tea Party as a terrorist act on par with the 9/11 attack.

According to documentation that has leaked out, the program describes the Boston Tea Party this way: “A local militia, believed to be a terrorist organization, attacked the property of private citizens today at our nation’s busiest port. Although no one was injured in the attack, a large quantity of merchandise, considered to be valuable to its owners and loathsome to the perpetrators, was destroyed. The terrorists, dressed in disguise and apparently intoxicated, were able to escape into the night with the help of local citizens who harbor these fugitives and conceal their identities from the authorities. It is believed that the terrorist attack was a response to the policies enacted by the occupying country’s government. Even stronger policies are anticipated by the local citizens.”

There also have been reports that the curriculum – contrary to recent Supreme Court rulings – says the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the right to bear arms, is limited to state-run organizations.

“The collective right’s advocates believed that the Second Amendment did not apply to individuals; rather it recognized the right of a state to arm its militia. It recognized limited individual rights only when it was exercised by members of a functioning, organized militia while actively participating in the militia’s activities.”

Now come concerns about what critics describe as a definitively pro-Islam bias.

The critics say the studies border on proselytizing.

In one scenario, students are asked to study the tenets of Islam, and critics say the materials provided exceed impartial review of another faith, extending into requirements of conversion and moral imperatives.

A computer presentation utilized as part of a study of Islam includes information on how to convert, as well as verses denigrating other faiths.

According to excerpts, under the heading, “Who Is Allah?,” students are told:

“Allah is the Almighty God.”

“Allah alone is the Creator. He alone deserves our devout love and worship.”

Muhammad is described as having become “disillusioned with the corruption in the city and the growing gap between the urban dwellers and the Bedouins (nomadic herders).”

But there is no mention of his documented sex activities with a child or his penchant for beheading entire indigenous people groups.

CSCOPE’s geography curriculum also is being scrutinized.

A high school question on a geography test asks, “Which of the following has been a benefit of globalization?” Possible answers are as follows: a) pandemics, b) increased standard of living, c) loss of local culture, and finally, d) widespread environmental impacts.

The only “correct” answer accepted in the context of the test is “an increased standard of living.”

WND recently reported the Texas State Board of Education was hearing concerns expressed by parents.

The debate carries national significance because of the influence Texas has on textbook and curriculum publishers as the only state that adopts uniform standards.

CSCOPE advocates say that the volume of information to which students now have access outside the classroom necessitates the move away from textbooks.

“If they’re sitting in a classroom with a textbook, that’s not the world anymore,” said Anne Poplin, Education Service Center Region 9 executive director.

“We’re moving to Bring Your Own Devices. It’s a disadvantage (for children) not to have access to their devices. It’s not a textbook-driven environment. If it is, they’re behind,” Poplin said.

An estimated 70 percent of Texas schools already are involved in the program.

But one of the concerns is that state law requires textbooks to be reviewed by the board of education, and parents are allowed to have access, since CSCOPE is considered a private venture it operates independently of state or local school board oversight.

The state attorney general’s office has ruled that CSCOPE is a government organization subject to requirements of transparency, but because of loopholes in the Texas Public Information Act and Senate Bill 6, passed in 2011, CSCOPE has thus far been able to keep its content from public review. Even parents are denied access.

Kimberly Thomas, a teacher in the Lubbock school district, calls CSCOPE a “joke,” identifying a ninth-grade lesson that asks students to circle capital letters in a sentence.

Her department was rated exemplary by the state prior to the installation of CSCOPE. As Thomas notes, CSCOPE “forces our own department to undo the proven, successful curriculum we have developed that gave us an exemplary rating.”

Just days ago, Thomas Ratliff, a member of the state board and supporter of CSCOPE, said CSCOPE was “supplemental” and that textbooks still are being used.

“CSCOPE is not designed to eliminate textbooks or other instructional materials. It is designed to complement them for the benefit of the teacher and the student,” he wrote in a prepared statement.

CSCOPE employees, on the other hand, claim the software is designed to replace textbooks and, indeed, has in many Texas school districts.

Addressing the issue of the program’s secrecy, Ratliff slammed critics who say they want government to be “run like a business” but then get upset when that happens.

But critics argue private schools, the closest thing to a school being run like a business, still make instructional materials available to parents, something that CSCOPE refuses to do.

The “parent portal” provided on the public portion of CSCOPE’s website has not allayed critics’ concerns. Some of the lessons leaked to the public have contained wide disparities from the summary pages viewable in the public section of CSCOPE’s website.

Ratliff defends this dichotomy by saying that, like iTunes or any other “business,” some things must be placed behind a “pay wall” as part of a business plan. Ratliff claims that CSCOPE is created by “teachers, for teachers.”

But teachers must sign a gag order when required to use CSCOPE in their classrooms.

Complicating the issue is the fact that school districts usually purchase CSCOPE with state tax dollars.

While Ratliff calls the curriculum “instructional material” he said state oversight wouldn’t help, and “I would much rather have 7,000 locally elected school board members decide what content is best for their students, not the 15-member SBOE. Allowing CSCOPE to be developed and implemented at the local level is the ‘local control’ Texans say we want. Injecting SBOE oversight into this would shift us into a ‘controlling the locals’ approach.”

Critics say that’s not the way the system is set up, and CSCOPE actually ends local input since it prevents, on penalty of copyright litigation, distribution of its content to parents.

A vocal critic has been Texas State Rep. Debbie Riddle, a Republican.

“I did pretty well with textbooks. Benjamin Franklin did pretty well with textbooks. Are they going to say reading books is not effective? Should we all stop reading our Bibles?

“Call me old-fashioned, but there is something about the feel, smell, holding a book; there is a lot to be said for holding a hard copy,” she said.

Separately but in a related issue, Attorney General Greg Abbott has released an opinion that is being is being quoted by critics as disqualifying Ratliff from the state board because of his connections to companies doing business with schools in Texas.

www.wnd.com/2012/12/texas-teaching-allah-is-the-almighty-god/

Holy smokes. Alas, it is not as if this blogger didn’t warn the readers through a recent commentary entitled ‘First They Came For The Kiddies’ – adinakutnicki.com/2012/10/25/first-they-came-for-the-kiddies-well-heeledknown-prep-school-philips-exeter-academytrucks-with-terrorists-commentary-by-adina-kutnicki/.
Think of it this way – if Islamists can penetrate/infiltrate pricey prep schools – north of $ 30,000 a yr tuition – then how hard should it be for them to gain complete access to public schools; line-backed by teachers’ unions which are owned lock, stock and barrel by Dem operatives, with one more radical than the other? 
‘Easy peasy’.