We The Kids
“Returning Godto America’s Story”
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Subscribe here your free download of Facing Reality in American Education: Why the Racial Gap in Educational Achievement Persists.
“The United States’ twentieth century goal of equal education opportunity for all morphed into the goal of equal results. Facing Reality in American Education, suggests that equal results have been sought through dumbing down the curriculum and grade inflation, which begs the question, can a nation stay competitive while not developing the full potential of its most capable people?” –Virfinia Deane Abernethy, Professor Emeritus, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.
“Robert Walters shows that the education establishment and its defenders in politics and the media have advocated dozens of remedies for the black-white gap in racial achievement over the last 50 years. Rather than attempting the impossible dream of all children being prepared to benefit from a college education, the author quite reasonably proposes that children who are not able to succeed in a rigorous academic program should be provided opportunities to train for other positions that are needed in today’s economy – plumbers, electricians, machinery operators, and computer technicians. Quite simply, academic learning is not for everyone, and nor should it be. This is a vey readable, well-researched book that provides a much needed corrective to the liberal/left zeitgeist that unfortunately dominates the intellectual and moral high ground throughout the West.” — K.B. MacDonald, Retired Professor, California State University, Long Beach
Brad Rogers is a 35 year veteran as a Peace Officer. He was the elected Sheriff of Elkhart County, Indiana, from 2011-2018, ending with Indiana’s two term limit. As Sheriff, Brad appeared on Fox and Friends and in an Anderson Cooper town hall, as a staunch defender of the second amendment and Constitutional government. His role in interposing for citizens of his county from government overreach is as follows:
Brad was Constitutional Sheriff’s and Peace Officer Association (CSPOA) Interposer of the year in 2011. Brad continues to speak to Sheriffs nation-wide on the role of a Constitutional Sheriff and Peace Officer.
In 2020, Brad won the election to defeat a 16-year incumbent for County Commissioner and started that office on January 1, 2021, after retiring from the Sheriff’s office. Brad worked diligently to reverse the COVID mandate ordinances put in place prior to him becoming Commissioner.
Brad is a 10-year Scoutmaster. He and his wife, Susie have 3 adult children.
HistoryStrips, an educational timeline of American history, are beautifully illustrated, patriotic and factually accurate.
John Eidsmoe is a frequent lecturer and debater at colleges, universities, churches, and civics groups. As a constitutional attorney, he has successfully litigated court cases involving First Amendment religious freedom and has defended home education and Christian schools, championed the right of students and teachers to study the Bible in public schools, debated ACLU attorneys on radio and television, and served on the Ten Commandments Legal Defense Team. He is an ordained pastor in the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations, and with his family (he and his wife have been married over 30 years, have three children: David, Kirsten and Justin) he lives in rural Pike Road, Alabama.
He holds five degrees in law, theology, and political science.
To book John Eidsmoe, email him at email@example.com.
History and the Highway
The Real History behind America and our U. S. Constitution!
HISTORY AND THE HIGHWAY
Former history teacher at Highland High School in Salt Lake City. Former Coach college football at the University of Utah, Arizona, and then defensive coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania. Stan Ellsworth – AMERICAN RIDE
Stan Ellsworth, ” I used to teach history at Highland High School in Salt Lake City. Kids couldn’t put World War I, Vietnam and Korea in chronological order. That’s horrible. The kids couldn’t explain to me about Jacksonian democracy. I’m talking to juniors and seniors. These kids should’ve had a little understanding of this. They couldn’t give me the geography of the U.S. outside the mountain states. Utah is not unique in this problem — I imagine that most teachers in most states have seen a similar disconnect from our past. We’re raising a nation that may be ignorant of its past, and I want to amend that.”
Meet Stan Ellsworth, your favorite new history teacher-biker-turned-TV host
Founder of American Minute
He is a nationally known speaker, best-selling author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America’s noble heritage. Bill’s first book, America’s God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations, has sold over a half-million copies. His works, which have been quoted by authors, politicians, leaders, journalists, teachers, students and in court cases.
Founder of Restore the Intent
Restore The Intent – Our Mission is to establish grassroots Constitution Study Groups in every American county in an effort to restore the original intent of our American system of government. https://restoretheintent.com
Daniel Webster said the following: “I apprehend no danger to our country from a foreign foe. Our destruction, should it come at all, will be from another quarter. From the inattention of the people to the concerns of their government, from their carelessness and negligence, I must confess that I do apprehend some danger. I fear that they may place too implicit a confidence in their public servants, and fail properly to scrutinize their conduct; that in this way they may be made the dupes of designing men and become the instruments of their own undoing. Make them intelligent, and they will be vigilant; give them the means of detecting the wrong, and they will apply the remedy.”
The hope is that through these study groups we regain the ability to detect the wrong and will be motivated enough to apply the remedy.
Dustin is also an executive member of the Constitutional Grassroots Movement.
Executive Director / Founder
CITIZEN INITIATIVES Countermand Amendment
Charles Kacprowicz – founder of the Unborn Child Amendment Initiative. He has authored multiple position papers; the UNBORN CHILD AMENDMENT – A National Strategy To Amend the U.S. Constitution Through State Legislatures; and THE ELEVENTH NATION – America Identified In Prophecy. He expects to publish his third book during the Spring of 2009, CONSEQUENCES.
No stranger to media attention, Charles has appeared on many radio and TV talk shows. He conducts America in prophecy seminars, has been the guest speaker before 100+ audiences, lobbied Congress on behalf of the Unborn Child Amendment and Late Term Abortion Bill vetoed by President Clinton, and has received support from U.S. Senators, U.S. Representatives, State Legislators and Pro-Life Groups for the Unborn Child Amendment Initiative. He has also been recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine for founding one of America’s top 500 entrepreneurial companies and has been given the coveted “Authority Author” status by EzineDirectories.com. Charles has served his Lord in the Church as Lay Pastor, Elder, Deacon, Church Planter, Evangelist, Youth Director, Chaplain for Jail Ministries, Outreach Director, Bible Teacher, Associational Director for Baptist Men, and as a ProLife Advocate for 35 years. He graduated from California State with post-graduate work at Loyola Law School. He completed 3 ½ years of extension studies at Moody Bible Institute. He has also served honorably in the U.S. Navy.
Disabled Veteran, Past Commander of the American Legion Post 13
Steve is a disabled veteran who fights for the rights of other veterans. He works with County Veteran Service Officers (CVSO) through his American Legion Post to get homeless veterans off the streets. Steve helps veterans find a Service Officer who will really work for them. They are usually able to get veterans off the street with a place to stay the same night and help with getting a permanent place to live. Steve said, “This kind of help should be available to all homeless veterans in their county.”
Mr. Agostino received his law degree from the University of Notre Dame Law School, graduating cum laude in 1986. He also received his B. B. A in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame, graduating magna cum laude in 1983.
Pete serves the people of St. Joseph County, Indiana, by representing the County in employment matters. In addition, Pete is a member of the St. Joseph County Bar Association and was inducted as a Fellow of the Indiana Bar Foundation in 2006. He is often called upon by the news media to inform the public and give legal opinions on important current events.
“I believe in striving for a just society, which means that there should be balance among the competing interests, including business owner and employee, government and citizen, property owner and renter, educated and not educated, military and non-military. I believe government should protect life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” — Mr. Pete Agostino
Nehemiah Redevelopment Group PA; Co-Founder at Conversations on the Culture
B.A. in Hotel & Restaurant Management, Business, & Marketing, Pennsylvania State University – University (1986 – 1990)
Brooke is a high-energy, entrepreneurial, business development professional with experience in hospitality, retail, technology sales, consulting, philanthropy and non-profit leadership. She strives to serve and build meaningful relationships and desires to inspire others to learn, grow and lead well. Brooke keeps focus on mission, vision and values to create organizational effectiveness through teamwork. She enjoys and is very comfortable working within start-up environments and is interested in partnering to revitalize businesses and neighborhoods through strategic projects. Brooke desires to build healthy communities and socially redeeming for-profit and non-profit enterprises.
President and CEO of Freight Management Inc., Anaheim, CA
Robert J. Walters founded American Traffic Services in 1969 and it was one of the first freight consulting and management companies. Robert’s father owned and ran a trucking company so he grew up in the industry; however, running a trucking company wasn’t a big enough challenge for him. It was his feeling that something was missing; that there were bigger pieces to this puzzle and someone had to bring them all together. Having graduated from UCLA, and with his first-hand industry experience, he set out to create a company that would assist shippers in choosing the right carriers for both their freight and their lanes. But he didn’t want to leave the truckers out of that equation, so he set out to develop relationships with carriers in order to create a type of harmonious marriage between the shipper and carrier. This service included full-service management of freight and provided dedicated staff to help in the day-to-day operations for both the shipper and the carrier.
Advance America Foundation/Sea Quest Kids/We The Kids
October 1989 – Present, Administration of all divisions. Develop education concepts and programs Optimization Through Total Environmental Awareness; run the Film and Television Division; develop the Kids Boating Network KBN Sea Action News and the Kids Broadcasting Network KBN See Action News; produce special events; manage exhibits of Sea Quest Kids at boat shows and boat racing events; fund raising; web site management and other networking; and establish new Sea Quest Kids Boating League programs.
Professional journalist and writer since 1975. He obtained a political science and journalism degree from Eastern Michigan University and attended Wayne State University Law School. He recently received a national award from Writer’s Digest Magazine for his poem “Not A Simple Tree”. Kevin has written for the New York Times, and is the former Community Concerns columnist for 12 years with the Detroit News covering community, family relations, domestic abuse, education, government relations, and dispute resolution. Kevin Fobbs has more than 35 years of wide-ranging experience as a public relations consultant, business executive, government appointee, political advisor, writer, and national lecturer. Kevin ran and operated the National Urban Policy Action Council (NUPAC) which produced colorblind solutions to universal issues.
Kevin is the founder of American Christian Civil Rights Movement ACCRM website: http://americanchristiancivilrightsmovement.com/
Professor, Living Historian
Dr. Fields holds a Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Education from the University of Memphis. He later earned a Master’s degree in Secondary Education and Ph.D. in Educational Administration and Curriculum from Michigan State University. He is a career educator having taught for eight years at the Junior and Senior high school levels; then served for 25 years as a high school administrator. He teaches as an adjunct Sociology Professor at the University of Memphis and in Education for Belhaven University, Memphis campus.
Dr. Curt Fields, Jr., has been an avid and lifelong student of the American Civil War. His interest in portraying General Ulysses S. Grant was driven by that study and his deep respect and admiration for General Grant. He is now an Educational consultant and Living Historian. As a consultant, he has worked in Leadership Development with International Paper, Thomas and Betts, Caterpillar, and the North Mississippi Mayor’s Association, speaking on Leadership as espoused and practiced by General Grant.
Lydia is the wife of Kent Nuttall and mother of three – “his, mine, and ours”. In 2016, she was awarded the Bronze Good Citizenship Medal by The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Utah Society, for her “notable services in behalf of our American principles and patriotic service in the cause of Liberty.” In 2013 she received a Certificate of Excellence from the Utah State Board of Education for her dedication in improving education for Utah students through researching and compiling the Forgotten American Stories: Celebrating America’s Constitution.
President, We The Kids, Inc.
We the Kids is the vision of Judy Lane, a mom and grand-mom, who believes that this generation of America’s children deserves the opportunity to see America’s greatness “front and center.” Over a period of four years, she worked from her dining room table and used her own personal funds to create a non-profit business that would point children in a positive and patriotic direction, all the while learning about American history. As a past business owner, Judy brings over 20 years’ experience to this innovative site. In June 2015, Judy received a certificate from The National Society of The Daughters of the American Revolution for being a keynote speaker at their meeting. In November 2015 she received a Certificate of Appreciation for Volunteer efforts for City of South Bend Parks and Recreation Department. American Legion Auxiliary member Post 357- IN.