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SPOKEN SCHOOL PRAYER

As The Federalist has reported previously, science is finally catching on that prayer works! A study at North Carolina's Duke University Medical Center found that patients with heart problems who received alternative therapy after angioplasty were 25 to 30 percent less likely to suffer complications, while those who were subjects of "intercessory prayer" on their behalf had the greatest successful recovery rate. The study of 150 patients, conducted between April 1997 and April 1998, involved random assignment of patients to study groups, and neither the patients nor the physician researchers were aware of the group assignments. Prayer had the greatest health benefits, surpassing such alternatives added to standard heart care as guided imagery, stress relaxation, and healing touch therapies. - The Federalists


The decision to ban Christian school prayer was made some 26 years ago on June 25, 1962 in Engel v. Vitale. Engel, a Jewish resident of New York, objected to the prayer composed by the New York State Board of Regents and recommended for adoption by the public school districts of New York.

1962: Engel v. Vitale. The Court ruled that public
school officials could not require pupils to recite a slate-
composed prayer at the start of each school day, even if the
prayer was nondenominational and pupils who so desired
could be excused from reciting it, because such official
state sanction of religious unerances was an unconsitu-
tional attempt to establish religion.


John Miller: You have been described as the "World's Most Wanted Man."
There is word that the American government intends to put a price on your head in the millions for your capture. Do you think about that? Does it worry you?
"Praise be to Allah. It does not worry us what the Americans think. What worries us is pleasing Allah. The Americans impose themselves on everyone who believes in his religion and his rights. They accuse our children in Palestine of being terrorists. Those children that have no weapons and have not even reached maturity. At the same time they defend a country with its airplanes and tanks, and the state of the Jews, that has a policy to destroy the future of these children." Osama Bin Ladin


"Some" would argue almost everything under the sun.

However, the First Amendment says that Congess shall make no law... PROHIBITING THE FREE EXERCISE [OF RELIGION].

And this has been "incorporated" through the Fourteenth Amendments to include all levels of government.

So any rule that says I CANNOT take holy communion in the middle of a public speech woudl be a law 'PROHIBITING THE FREE EXERCISE" OF RELIGION.

The Constitution forbids any restriction on the free exercise of religion.

So it is unconstitutional to say that a government official or government employeee CANNOT freely exercise his or her religion.

You are correct, Lady Windsor, in describing what the courts have decided.

My point is that they courts are wrong, however.





On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 11:28 AM, <Ladywindsor1@aol.com> wrote:

In a message dated 4/16/2009 11:09:51 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, jackstoneisright@gmail.com writes:
If I want to take Holy Communion in the middle of my annual "State of the State" speech to the people of East Dakota, I have every right to do it.
Jack
Some would argue that is state sponsorship of religion, since an office holder is participating in a public speech. He is wearing the mantle of the government. A school teacher may pray silently. May keep a bible on her desk. She may not, however lead the class in prayer
Sherry

 


jews gloat over banning prayer!

City's Prayer Ban to Stand

Originally Published by Pasadena Star News May 19, 2003

Posted May 22, 2003

By Susan Abram, Staff Writer

BURBANK -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to review Burbank's appeal of two lower courts' decisions banning the City Council from opening meetings with sectarian prayers.

The high court refusal means all California cities and counties will be bound by the same prohibition, attorneys said.

"We won at every level possible, and it's incredible," said Roger Jon Diamond, representing Burbank opponents in the suit. "The challenge we anticipate now is to see how other cities will change."

The lawsuit, triggered by a 1999 prayer at a Burbank council meeting in which a Mormon minister invoked the name of Jesus Christ, was brought by Irv Rubin, the late chairman of the Jewish Defense League, and Roberto Alejandro Gandara, a supporter of strict church-state separation.

"This is one of Irv's legacies, a testament to my husband's belief in the Constitution," said his widow, Shelley Rubin. "I will be as vigilant as my husband was to make sure that every city in the state that is sponsoring sectarian prayers is wrong.

"We want to make sure everyone feels welcome to practice the religion they want, but we want them to know in city hall chambers, we are all Americans," she said.

Burbank officials said they were disappointed with the decision.

"We would have liked to have had this looked at," said Burbank's chief assistant attorney, Juli Scott. "You hate to be the city that makes the law that messes it up for everyone else."

Since 1953, Burbank's City Council has begun meetings with an invocation by a member of a nondenominational ministerial association.

Attorney Douglas Collodel, who filed a friend-of-the-court brief on behalf of the International Municipal Lawyers Association and the other cities defending sectarian prayer, agreed the case will force changes statewide.

"It affects all legislative bodies in California, from the smallest city to the largest," Douglas said. "To avoid being sued, many cities may decide to abolish prayer altogether."


New England Primer used in American public schools for centuries

O LORD God who knowest all Things, thou seest me by Night as well as by Day.

I pray thee for Christ's Sake, forgive me whatsoever I have done amiss this Day, and keep me all this Night, while I am asleep.

I desire to lie down under thy Care, and to abide forever under thy Blessing, for thou art a God of all Power and everlasting Mercy. AMEN.


As far as the right to pray in school, we definitely have strict guidelines that separate state and religion (read your history book, fella). If you want to pray and act as if Christianity is the ONLY religion on this planet, PLEASE go to your Christian schools and shout PTL to your heart's content. I have no problem with that. Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, and atheists have the same liberty to do this in THEIR own schools.

But, if you try to IMPOSE your will and religious idealogies on my children, who are going to public school to receive a secular reducation (I responsibly take care of their religios upbringing personally, according to my own beliefs), I will FIGHT you and your cronies with every fiber of my body.  R. Weiss  (Richard C. Weiss <weissrl@vetmed.auburn.edu>, Tuesday, January 25, 2000 10:23 AM)


Of Americans polled by the Gallup Organization:

  • 90% pray regularly.
  • 86% believe in God.
  • 85% are Christians.
  • 83% favor prayers at graduation ceremonies
  • 81% want creation to be taught in public schools
  • 74% want the Ten Commandments to be displayed
  • 70% want spoken Christian prayers in public schools

Only 16% want to prevent high school teachers from teaching creation, only 28% don't want children to have the right to spoken daily prayer in their classrooms, only 24% don't want the Ten Commandments to be displayed, only 17% don't want students to say prayers at graduation ceremonies, only 15% are non-Christians, only 9% believe that only evolution explains the beginning of life, only 5% don't believe in God or a higher spirit, and only 31% believe the Boy Scouts should be forced to admit sodomites.

From the day the Bill of Rights was ratified on December 15, 1791, until the day the US Supreme Court banned school prayer in 1963, a period of 172 years (almost 2 centuries) hundreds of millions of US citizens believed that "free exercise of religion" meant the right of their children to say a spoken prayer in their public schools.  To this day, almost three out of four Americans still want children to have spoken school prayer in public schools, but they are denied this benefit because of Jews like Dr. Weiss who unilaterally converted two centuries of "free exercise *of* religion" into "free exercise *from* religion" by saying things like the above.

"Joseph A Nagy Jr" pagan_prince@charter.net  wrote in message news:3D6AD985.5090703@charter.net...
> Joseph A Nagy Jr wrote:
> > Bob LeChevalier wrote:
> >> "John Knight" jwknight@polbox.com  wrote:
> >>> OR, we could simply live by the Holy Bible as the Constitution of this
> >>> Christian nation proclaims:
> >> The Constitution of this not-Christian-nation proclaims no such thing.
> >> [Bible quotes without ANY Constitutional quotes deleted as irrelevant
> >> to the claim].
> >> lojbab
> > Ah lets just forget this idiot. I've posted twice proof that prayer is
> > not banned from public school, yet him and Mr. August still contend it is.
> 
> My point being that they will ignore everything we say, no matter how much
> proof to the contrary.
> 

This makes the five million Jews in the US, who are less than two percent of the population, a direct threat to the moral integrity of our constitutional republic and to each of the 264 million Christians who live here.  This is a battle cry to a religious war which Christians cannot afford to lose.  Not only is this a threat to our children's free exercise of religion, but it undermines our entire education process, our Constitution, and, according to the Gallup Poll, it violates the will of more than two thirds of we the people, all the way from Tennessee to California: 

  • SAT Scores decreased 98 points since spoken school prayer in US public schools was banned.
  • Countries with spoken school prayer score more than 100 TIMSS points higher than US 12th graders.
  • Religious schools in some states score 31 NAEP points higher than private schools in those states.
  • Public schools cost three to four times as much per student as religious schools.
  • University School in Cincinnati scores higher than every one of California's 731 public schools which prohibit spoken school prayer.
  • Four out of five Americans want spoken school prayer.
  • The US murder rate almost tripled since spoken school prayer was banned.

Next I'm going to read a variety of proposals concerning religion and public schools. For each one, please tell me whether you would generally favor or oppose it. First, ... . Next, ... . [RANDOM ORDER] http://www.gallup.com/poll/releases/pr000628b.asp

Favor

Oppose

No opinion

June 25-27, 1999

%

%

%

Allowing students to say prayers at graduation ceremonies as part of the official program

83

17

*

Making public school facilities available after school hours for use by student religious groups

78

21

1

Allowing public schools to display the Ten Commandments

74

24

2

Using the Bible in literature, history, and social studies classes

71

28

1

Allowing daily prayer to be spoken in the classroom

70

28

2

Teaching creationism along with evolution in public schools

68

29

3

Teaching creationism instead of evolution in public schools

* Less than 0.5%

40

55

5

All of the countries which score significantly higher than the US in timss geometry allow their students to pray in school, which is where students spend up to one third of their week day. SAT scores decreased 98 points since school prayer in public schools was banned in 1961 in the US, and have shown no signs of recovery. Catholic and other religious schools which allow school prayer produce students with some of the highest SAT scores in the country. A much larger percentage of Catholic school graduates go to college than those from public schools. The cost of education per year per student in Catholic schools is $2,178, compared to $6,631 in public schools--a difference of three times (3x).

School level     Total            Catholic       religious       Nonsectarian
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Total                $3,116          $2,178         $2,915          $6,631
Elementary       2,138           1,628          2,606              4,693
Secondary        4,578           3,643          5,261              9,525
Combined         4,266           4,153          2,831              7,056

The manner in which bureaucracies are allowed to estimate costs results in underestimates of public school costs.  For example, when all other public education funding sources are included, the actual cost per student in Los Angeles is $9,082, even though the official cost per student is only $6,025.   Thus, the total cost of educating a student in public schools is as much as four times higher than that of Catholic schools which do a better job of educating students in every way--academically, morally, spiritually, ethically, and physically. The median SAT score of Los Angeles is 849, compared to a California statewide average of 902, so Californians aren't getting their money's worth in LA even before considering that the NAEP scores of California's non-public schools are 21 points higher than public schools. The non-public schools (which includes Catholic schools, other religious schools, and non-religious private schools) of every state score considerably higher than their public schools [naepmath.pdf--an 8mb file]. The average NAEP scores of  Texan non-public 12th graders is 31 points higher than Texan public schoolers.  This is the equivalent of 118 SAT Math points.   The difference between public and religious schools is even bigger.  It may be greater than the difference in math scores between education and engineering majors.   In other words, public schools in some states are producing the teachers while religious ones are producing the engineers.

Public vs. Catholic Schools Public Catholic Difference
NAEP Score 263 284 21
Cost per Student $9,082 $2,178 $6,904
      $329

Denying American students an education equivalent to that of Catholic schools which are a proven success, at the same time that taxpayers are charged an extra $6,904 per student just to maintain secular public schools, should be a criminal offense.  Students are shortchanged in life by receiving an education equivalent to that of teachers when they could have had one equivalent to engineers, and they are penalized an extra $6,904 per student for the privilege when they become taxpayers.

University School in Cleveland, Ohio allows school prayer and produces students with higher average SAT scores than every one of California's 731 public high schools:

  • SAT Verbal = 620
  • SAT Math = 630
School SAT Math Score
University School in Cincinnati 630
California Catholic School Average 600
La Canada School, Los Angeles 595
California Non-Public School Average 565
El Dorado County Average, Highest In California 533
California Public School Average 485
Los Angeles County Average 464
Lassen County Average, Lowest in California 435
Los Angeles Unified School #646 354
Hacienda La Puente School in Los Angeles 290

If no other factors are involved, these undisputed facts suggest that reestablishing spoken school prayer in US public schools has the potential to:

  1. Increase education quality by the equivalent of 98 SAT points.
  2. Cut public elementary and secondary education costs by three quarters, from 4.1% of GDP to 1%.

Such a reduction in education costs would save the nation $255 billion per year. Considering that the nation now has a negative rate of personal savings, an additional $255 billion retained in taxpayers' bank accounts would have a profound effect on the long term viability of the nation. 

SAT Scores, Orange County, California http://www.ocregister.com/education/features/1999/sat/sat_scores_19990901.shtml

SAT scores of California schools by county

D_NAME   SAT_AVE_T       SAT_AVE_V       SAT_AVE_M      SAT_PERC

STATEWIDE       902     417     485     41
                                
ALAMEDA 903     411     492     44.0
AMADOR  963     463     500     35.2
BUTTE   942     441     501     28.5
CALAVERAS       911     429     482     29.9
COLUSA  801     385     416     35.4
CONTRA COSTA    963     447     516     45.6
DEL NORTE       866     406     460     23.2
EL DORADO       981     448     533     31.6
FRESNO  863     398     465     29.0
GLENN   841     407     434     24.7
HUMBOLDT        999     474     525     27.5
IMPERIAL        794     365     429     23.0
INYO    928     447     481     39.9
KERN    879     410     469     25.6
KINGS   831     394     437     21.6
LAKE    884     417     467     22.5
LASSEN  849     414     435     32.1
LOS ANGELES     849     385     464     37.2
MADERA  872     405     467     18.0
MARIN   991     459     532     55.7
MARIPOSA        923     429     494     25.7
MENDOCINO       969     455     514     34.9
MERCED  857     402     455     20.5
MODOC   770     379     391     60.3
MONO    885     434     451     53.8
MONTEREY        846     395     451     32.8
NAPA    945     443     502     36.3
NEVADA  958     455     503     39.5
ORANGE  972     440     532     37.0
PLACER  934     435     499     33.2
PLUMAS  892     430     462     38.4
RIVERSIDE       849     399     450     28.2
SACRAMENTO      912     423     489     32.1
SAN BENITO      831     383     448     39.8
SAN BERNARDINO  852     400     452     29.6
SAN DIEGO       905     420     485     42.6
SAN FRANCISCO   852     372     480     56.9
SAN JOAQUIN     870     402     468     27.1
SAN LUIS OBISPO 960     449     511     36.6
SAN MATEO       425     929     504     40.8
SANTA BARBARA   973     452     521     29.4
SANTA CLARA     965     438     527     42.8
SANTA CRUZ      931     434     497     37.3
SHASTA  957     456     501     23.0
SIERRA  862     416     446     37.3
SISKIYOU        952     452     500     27.7
SOLANO  885     406     479     32.7
SONOMA  968     453     515     34.2
STANISLAUS      903     424     479     24.0
SUTTER  910     421     489     22.6
TEHAMA  886     419     467     25.0
TRINITY 931     444     487     30.6
TULARE  866     403     463     25.2
TUOLUMNE        881     420     461     41.1
VENTURA 941     437     504     35.2
YOLO    973     449     524     35.1
YUBA    900     413     487     18.1


Los Angeles County Subtotal      849     385     464    37.2

L.A. COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL  900     449     451    82.7
ABC UNIFIED      988     435     553    47.6
ABC UNIFIED      975     421     554    65.4
ABC UNIFIED      822     347     475    29.1
ABC UNIFIED      1233    568     665    100.0
ABC UNIFIED      867     378     489    51.3
ALHAMBRA CITY HIGH       883     375     508    39.0
ALHAMBRA CITY HIGH       894     382     512    47.1
ALHAMBRA CITY HIGH       868     362     506    40.4
ALHAMBRA CITY HIGH       883     379     504    36.1
ANTELOPE VALLEY UNION HI         856     403     453    41.1
ANTELOPE VALLEY UNION HI         860     414     446    25.2
ANTELOPE VALLEY UNION HI         811     376     435    41.5
ANTELOPE VALLEY UNION HI         909     427     482    41.4
ANTELOPE VALLEY UNION HI         862     407     455    54.9
ANTELOPE VALLEY UNION HI         818     384     434    45.7
ARCADIA UNIFIED  1031    440     591    66.6
ARCADIA UNIFIED  1031    440     591    70.8
AZUSA UNIFIED    749     346     403    18.0
AZUSA UNIFIED    786     345     441    16.2
AZUSA UNIFIED    724     347     377    23.5
BALDWIN PARK UNIFIED     806     370     436    23.9
BALDWIN PARK UNIFIED     798     363     435    22.3
BALDWIN PARK UNIFIED     814     377     437    27.9
BASSETT UNIFIED  718     334     384    19.6
BASSETT UNIFIED  718     334     384    23.3
BELLFLOWER UNIFIED       850     389     461    26.5
BELLFLOWER UNIFIED       826     367     459    29.6
BELLFLOWER UNIFIED       872     410     462    28.8
BEVERLY HILLS UNIFIED    1015    457     558    75.3
BEVERLY HILLS UNIFIED    1015    457     558    76.1
BONITA UNIFIED   934     432     502    38.7
BONITA UNIFIED   952     445     507    45.4
BONITA UNIFIED   912     417     495    45.6
BURBANK UNIFIED  894     418     476    31.3
BURBANK UNIFIED  931     427     504    31.4
BURBANK UNIFIED  856     408     448    33.7
CENTINELA VALLEY UNION H         706     323     383    21.4
CENTINELA VALLEY UNION H         768     347     421    15.6
CENTINELA VALLEY UNION H         675     311     364    27.2
CHARTER OAK UNIFIED      884     411     473    41.2
CHARTER OAK UNIFIED      884     411     473    50.0
CLAREMONT UNIFIED        977     444     533    70.4
CLAREMONT UNIFIED        977     444     533    70.9
COVINA-VALLEY UNIFIED    857     392     465    37.4
COVINA-VALLEY UNIFIED    818     374     444    37.9
COVINA-VALLEY UNIFIED    818     372     446    33.2
COVINA-VALLEY UNIFIED    909     416     493    49.1
CULVER CITY UNIFIED      879     412     467    46.7
CULVER CITY UNIFIED      879     412     467    51.9
DOWNEY UNIFIED   914     403     511    33.0
DOWNEY UNIFIED   903     402     501    31.2
DOWNEY UNIFIED   923     404     519    37.4
DUARTE UNIFIED   778     351     427    30.1
DUARTE UNIFIED   778     351     427    30.8
EL MONTE UNION HIGH      796     358     438    17.7
EL MONTE UNION HIGH      826     364     462    24.5
EL MONTE UNION HIGH      724     321     403    12.5
EL MONTE UNION HIGH      780     352     428    21.8
EL MONTE UNION HIGH      813     371     442    37.6
EL MONTE UNION HIGH      747     335     412    3.4
EL RANCHO UNIFIED        738     342     396    23.2
EL RANCHO UNIFIED        738     342     396    28.5
EL SEGUNDO UNIFIED       922     427     495    50.6
EL SEGUNDO UNIFIED       922     427     495    53.6
GLENDALE UNIFIED         949     422     527    30.9
GLENDALE UNIFIED         1000    457     543    49.8
GLENDALE UNIFIED         902     399     503    31.5
GLENDALE UNIFIED         958     416     542    29.7
GLENDORA UNIFIED         941     435     506    43.3
GLENDORA UNIFIED         941     436     505    43.9
INGLEWOOD UNIFIED        631     299     332    34.2
INGLEWOOD UNIFIED        632     298     334    40.6
INGLEWOOD UNIFIED        627     300     327    27.1
LA CANADA UNIFIED        1084    489     595    73.4
LA CANADA UNIFIED        1084    489     595    75.0
LAS VIRGENES UNIFIED     1006    466     540    63.7
LAS VIRGENES UNIFIED     999     461     538    63.5
LAS VIRGENES UNIFIED     1016    472     544    72.9
LONG BEACH UNIFIED       873     400     473    28.0
LONG BEACH UNIFIED       784     371     413    30.3
LONG BEACH UNIFIED       729     330     399    24.9
LONG BEACH UNIFIED       849     382     467    24.2
LONG BEACH UNIFIED       828     373     455    26.8
LONG BEACH UNIFIED       921     425     496    42.7
LONG BEACH UNIFIED       881     410     471    24.6
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      769     351     418    41.7
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      722     335     387    41.3
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      656     298     358    42.7
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      652     289     363    40.3
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      817     375     442    42.7
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      790     345     445    36.0
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      709     332     377    42.6
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      875     402     473    48.7
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      899     425     474    58.6
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      648     305     343    45.7
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      631     302     329    37.5
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      850     386     464    45.6
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      948     431     517    59.1
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      738     332     406    45.9
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      773     341     432    57.9
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      695     312     383    24.0
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      705     325     380    59.2
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      696     317     379    53.5
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      593     272     321    32.3
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      746     348     398    44.2
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      667     300     367    45.9
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      880     387     493    64.1
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      830     368     462    36.3
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      820     391     429    54.9
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      732     322     410    35.9
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      669     308     361    33.4
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      603     267     336    37.8
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      597     274     323    49.6
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      673     286     387    61.1
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      592     263     329    29.8
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      722     313     409    35.9
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      601     271     330    37.3
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      781     353     428    44.5
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      807     367     440    35.4
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      875     392     483    39.9
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      914     429     485    47.7
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      905     424     481    64.6
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      745     333     412    50.6
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      646     292     354    47.9
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      720     325     395    30.8
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      860     397     463    36.6
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      687     320     367    37.4
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      706     326     380    31.4
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      884     404     480    60.3
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      907     407     500    40.2
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      965     442     523    57.9
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      852     395     457    46.2
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      812     367     445    34.2
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      626     298     328    36.8
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      768     368     400    66.1
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      696     314     382    48.7
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      814     371     443    40.6
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED      835     381     454    70.7
LYNWOOD UNIFIED  686     321     365    24.3
LYNWOOD UNIFIED  686     321     365    24.5
MONROVIA UNIFIED         865     409     456    23.6
MONROVIA UNIFIED         865     409     456    26.4
MONTEBELLO UNIFIED       801     363     438    21.9
MONTEBELLO UNIFIED       872     391     481    33.4
MONTEBELLO UNIFIED       714     331     383    24.2
MONTEBELLO UNIFIED       771     348     423    19.4
NORWALK-LA MIRADA UNIFIE         829     384     445    24.1
NORWALK-LA MIRADA UNIFIE         780     375     405    21.2
NORWALK-LA MIRADA UNIFIE         850     390     460    35.9
NORWALK-LA MIRADA UNIFIE         832     377     455    15.5
PALOS VERDES PENINSULA U         1082    484     598    81.1
PALOS VERDES PENINSULA U         1083    484     599    87.8
PARAMOUNT UNIFIED        719     345     374    18.9
PARAMOUNT UNIFIED        719     345     374    19.6
PASADENA UNIFIED         797     372     425    33.0
PASADENA UNIFIED         766     344     422    30.7
PASADENA UNIFIED         785     369     416    38.3
PASADENA UNIFIED         792     367     425    29.8
PASADENA UNIFIED         816     388     428    37.4
POMONA UNIFIED   743     347     396    28.0
POMONA UNIFIED   752     341     411    33.2
POMONA UNIFIED   767     350     417    25.1
POMONA UNIFIED   712     349     363    32.9
SAN MARINO UNIFIED       1087    463     624    92.1
SAN MARINO UNIFIED       1087    463     624    92.1
SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIF         985     447     538    42.3
SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIF         985     447     538    46.8
SANTA MONICA-MALIBU UNIF         --      --      --     --
SOUTH PASADENA UNIFIED   1036    464     572    68.2
SOUTH PASADENA UNIFIED   1036    464     572    68.2
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED      917     398     519    54.1
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED      917     398     519    56.8
TORRANCE UNIFIED         945     414     531    46.7
TORRANCE UNIFIED         866     384     482    44.0
TORRANCE UNIFIED         974     421     553    57.1
TORRANCE UNIFIED         934     418     516    44.7
TORRANCE UNIFIED         999     431     568    58.1
WEST COVINA UNIFIED      818     374     444    32.0
WEST COVINA UNIFIED      818     374     444    32.8
WHITTIER UNION HIGH      832     391     441    30.3
WHITTIER UNION HIGH      864     404     460    33.7
WHITTIER UNION HIGH      890     428     462    35.7
WHITTIER UNION HIGH      780     355     425    37.4
WHITTIER UNION HIGH      765     354     411    29.2
WHITTIER UNION HIGH      826     389     437    52.9
WILLIAM S. HART UNION HI         961     442     519    39.7
WILLIAM S. HART UNION HI         953     436     517    35.1
WILLIAM S. HART UNION HI         951     435     516    37.6
WILLIAM S. HART UNION HI         971     449     522    52.8
WILLIAM S. HART UNION HI         --      --      --     --
COMPTON UNIFIED  605     280     325    30.0
COMPTON UNIFIED  584     268     316    31.4
COMPTON UNIFIED  638     292     346    34.4
COMPTON UNIFIED  595     280     315    32.9
HACIENDA LA PUENTE UNIFI         903     393     510    40.8
HACIENDA LA PUENTE UNIFI         490     200     290    5.3
HACIENDA LA PUENTE UNIFI         744     344     400    41.0
HACIENDA LA PUENTE UNIFI         991     431     560    44.4
HACIENDA LA PUENTE UNIFI         984     410     574    52.4
HACIENDA LA PUENTE UNIFI         743     339     404    25.5
ROWLAND UNIFIED  892     392     500    39.4
ROWLAND UNIFIED  830     381     449    36.5
ROWLAND UNIFIED  938     400     538    45.3
WALNUT VALLEY UNIFIED    989     434     555    47.4
WALNUT VALLEY UNIFIED    1005    433     572    46.7
WALNUT VALLEY UNIFIED    975     435     540    57.1
SAN GABRIEL UNIFIED      --      --      --     --
SAN GABRIEL UNIFIED      --      --      --     --
ACTON-AGUA DULCE UNIFIED         --      --      --     --
ACTON-AGUA DULCE UNIFIED         --      --      --     0.0
MANHATTAN BEACH UNIFIED  959     446     513    50.7
MANHATTAN BEACH UNIFIED  959     446     513    50.7
REDONDO BEACH UNIFIED    931     435     496    34.1
REDONDO BEACH UNIFIED    931     435     496    43.1 

 

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TRAITOR McCain

jewn McCain

ASSASSIN of JFK, Patton, many other Whites

killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

holocaust denier extraordinaire--denying the Armenian holocaust

millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
millions dead in Iraq

42 dead, mass murderer Goldman LOVED by jews

serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
left 350 firemen behind to die in WTC

legally insane debarred lawyer CENSORED free speech

mother of all fnazis, certified mentally ill

10,000 Whites DEAD from one jew LIE

moser HATED by jews: he followed the law

f.ck Jesus--from a "news" person!!

1000 fold the child of perdition

 

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