Thought I’d given up, hadn’t you, you kiss-butt Moderate Republicans? Don’t think I haven’t been watching what you’ve been up to. I heard how you gave your official “blessing” to the global warming theory in order to get Obama to sign onto the Keystone Pipeline.
I’ve been paying attention to the 2016 Presidential line-up, too, with that purple dinosaur, Jeb Bush, in the lead, and with New Jersey’s very own Gov. Christie in talks for a deal for the Vice Presidential ticket. They’re both advocates of illegal immigration; Christie appointed a Muslim to the highest court in the state; and they’re both proponents of Common Core, as are some other idiot Moderates out there. Gov. Christie served as the head of the Board of Governors that approved the implementation of Common Core.
I haven’t been blogging because I’ve been busy on a project to a) help my chances in New Jersey’s dismal job marketplace and b) let the people of Northern New Jersey know the real score on Common Core. I’ve been working to add the 2014 scores to the database. Garden State Parents: wait until you get a load of the drop in scores on the 2014 Math tests, now that your kids are forced to “show their work.”
In order to finish the project (and get back to a paying job, if there are any left here in New Jersey), I had to put my blog aside. But even dedicated anti-Communist, anti-Common Core activists need a break and have a little fun.
So, in honor of the oncoming blizzard that’s about to strike the Metropolitan area, I have compiled a list of links of my favorite blastissimo blizzard marches for the enjoyment of my favorite readers and my favorite arch-enemies. The list comes from the CD entitled, “Screamers: Circus Marches” produced by Mercury Living Presence. The links to the marches will be from wherever I can find them. But the list itself is from this recording.
There’s no better way to watch the snow flying by than to the accompaniment of marches by famous circus march composers as Karl L. King (who ran away to join the circus band when he was a boy), Henry Fillmore, and James Fucik. If the links don’t work for some reason, just google them in; they’re either the first or second matches (depending upon what grou made the recording).