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UW-Oshkosh Prof. Dr. Pesta to Discuss Moral Relativism and Common Core in Schools, Sept. 10, 2013

Creation Science / Intelligent Design, Education, Socialism / Marxism, Special events

Labor Day is past, which means it is back to school time for students enrolled in public and private schools in our state. However, the education most students receive today is very different from the 3 R's of the past.

In the last 120 years, the philosophies of humanism and Marxism have undermined the Judeo-Christian values our nation was founded upon, both in our schools and society.  University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh professor James Duke Pesta, Ph. D., will discuss this radical philosophical shift from absolute truth to moral relativism at his upcoming presentation at the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee meeting at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church.

In a talk entitled “The Effects of Moral Relativism in our Schools,” Dr. Pesta will examine the abandonment of truth’s effect on our educational system and the threats to our culture at large.
Dr. Pesta will also present “The Dangers of Common Core Curriculum.”  In this second talk, he will provide a detailed and shocking look at the U.S. Department of Education’s coming Common Core standards and their plan to “fundamentally transform” American education. Contrary to our Founder’s intent, to keep decisions regarding educating America’s children under local control within each state, Common Core will include a uniform, national curriculum—emphasizing moral relativism, nationwide standardized testing, and a national database for every child.   
Parents opting to send their children to private and parochial schools should be aware that many of them will adopt Common Core curriculum and its standardized testing too.
Common Core has been in the news, yet few people understand just what it is. Since Wisconsin has accepted millions of dollars from the Federal government to implement the program, Dr. Pesta’s presentation should be of interest to parents and taxpayers alike.
The presentations are scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church – west entrance, at W196 N9525 Cross View Way, Menomonee Falls, WI  53051.  The church is located on Hwy Q, also called County Line Road, about 1 mile west of Hwy 41-45 on the south side of Hwy Q.  The event is free and open to the public.  
Dr. Pesta is a professor of English at the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, and the academic director of FreedomProject Education

Blog Archives - Creation Science:
A Created Universe: God Is Angry and Man Is Without Excuse
Dr. Jerry Bergman: Hitler and the Nazi Darwinian Worldview 
Jay Seegert: 'Faith is not a 4-letter word'
Nature without Naturalism: New Thoughts on New Earth
Understanding Fossil Evidence
Answers in Genesis Nov. 2012 Conference
Origins, Beauty, and Wrath: Why What We Believe Matters Today
Purpose Precedes Creation
The Importance of Worldview & literal 6 day creation

Dr. Bolander: The Miracle of Human Development 
The great debate at UWM: 'Intelligent Design vs. Darwinism: Can Science Point to God?' Tues. March 6, 2012
Former evolutionist Paul Frank discusses Creation / Evolution debate 
Dr. Scott Hardin, From Fish to Amphibian (Impossible!)
From Feminist Atheism to Biblical Truth 
Amazing video animation of inner life of cell  one component, a motor protein literally walked up the microtubule (at 3:20 mark), hauling a huge membrane bound cargo vesicle to its destination! (David Bolinsky, one of the animators, called it the FedEx guy of the cell. It is called a canesan but I am not sure of the spelling.)

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Back to School means Back to HAWS!

HAWS, HAWS Waukesha, Humane Animal Welfare Society, dog training, Patricia McConnell

HAWS, the Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County, welcomes fall with learning and fun for pets and their people.

Dr. Patricia McConnell helps dogs and humans speak the same language in
Lost in Translation?” at HAWS on September 25th at 6:30p.m. Become fluent in all things canine during this discussion of how dogs use sight, sounds, smell and touch to communicate. At $40 per attendee, this evening will be a sellout! Register today at

HAWS’ fall classes for 4-legged kids include Life Skills for Puppies, Basic Manners, Loose Leash Walking, Scent Work, Confident Canine, Dog Play – even Kitty College! Sessions fill quickly; enroll in one of HAWS’ many training classes by calling 262-542-8851, x114 or log on to

HAWS’ Mobile Adoption Center
“brings happy tails to you” with special visits to Starbucks Muskego (9/5), North Prairie Harvest Fest (9/15), Walgreen’s Muskego (9/21) and Woodman’s Waukesha (9/22). Regular monthly visits to the Petco stores in Waukesha, Delafield and Germantown; PetSmart locations in Brookfield and Pewaukee; Hooves ‘n’ Paws, Oconomowoc and Pet Supplies ‘N More, Muskego round out the calendar. For details and info on bringing happy tails to your business click

Additional highlights on
HAWS’ September Calendar include:
Common K-9 Behavior Problems – a FREE seminar on the basics of good dog behavior (9/16)
Volunteer Orientations (9/4 and 9/15, pre-registration required); the Friends of HAWS meet 9/11
“Pet”-icures – small animals (9/11 at Pet Supplies Plus, 9/21 at HAWS); cats (9/14, 9/24 HAWS)
Pet First Aid (9/21) – call 262-879-0165 for details/registration
GPA-WI greyhound meet’n’greet (9/28) – in HAWS’ lobby

Join us in support of the HAWS cause this September!

By the way - It's time to eat, drink and be scary! Tickets are now available for Haunted HAWS – the Halloween costume party/annual fundraiser set for October 18th from 5:30-9:30pm. Let the ‘ghoul’ times roll with a silent auction, dinner/dessert buffets, raffles, music by DJ Majic, the adoptable pets Costume Parade and more. Admission is $50/person; sponsorships and reserved tables are still available – call 262.542.8851, x112.

St. Mary's Visitation - What's New at School this Year

At St. Mary's Visitation, our teachers and students are so excited for the new school year.  Our Home and School Committee is pleased to annouce the following new programs and equipment for the 2013-2014 school year:

  • Two Flight Simulator Computers
  • New Defibrillator
  • Classroom Blinds
  • Robotics Program
  • Virtual Shelf of E-Books in the Library
  • Art Teacher for Grades 5-8
  • Future Improvements of the Gym Sound System

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Sam and Gene Johnson Community Fund to match up to $75,000 for donations made to Wisconsin Humane Society Racine Campus

 Sam and Gene Johnson Community Fund to match up to $75,000 for donations made to Wisconsin Humane Society Racine Campus


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books audiobooks library reading new

When it comes to audiobook formats, Playaway can't be beat!

Unlike CDs, audio cassettes or downloads, Playaway does not need a separate player. Instead, Playaway is a small device (about the size of the deck of cards) that comes pre-loaded and ready to use with one audiobook per device—making them simple for you to use. 

Who's Playaway For?

  • Kids: Improve literacy and comprehension when pairing with the print edition
  • Seniors: No need for technical knowledge
  • Visually impaired users: Simple, immediate access to the best in literature
  • Busy parents, professionals, commuters: No downloads or internet needed

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Eat, Drink and Be Scary for HAWS!

HAWS, Waukesha, Humane Animal Welfare Society, Patricia McConnell, halloween, costumes

You're invited to “Haunted HAWS” – a fall-fundraiser and Halloween bash – with all proceeds to benefit animal care and the programs and services of the Waukesha pet resource center.

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St. John Vianney kicks off the school year with annual bash

St. John Vianney

St. John Vianney's annual Back to School Bash was a hit again this year as over 300 students and their families attended the fun-filled event on Friday, September 6th, that kicked-off the school year. The Extra Crispy Brass Band provided entertainment and even played a special birthday song for new principal Mrs. Chris Gordon. Dancing, games, s'mores and popcorn made the night extra fun, helping new families and old friends get acquainted after the summer break.

St. Mary's Visitation School - Fifth Graders Visit Indian Summer

Fifth Graders Visit Indian Summer Festival

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VCY Rally September 21, 2013: Dr. Menton Presents 'Biology: The Appearance of Design' plus 'Evolution vs. God' showing

Creation Science / Intelligent Design, Religion, Special events

Come to the VCY Rally on Saturday, September 21, 2013, 7pm, at the Waukesha Expo, for two faith affirming presentations.

Guest speaker Dr. David Menton of Answers in Genesis begins the evening with his talk entitled, Biology: The Appearance of Design. Dr. Menton was a professor at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis for 34 years where he taught human gross anatomy and histology and also conducted research. After retiring from the University, he joined Answers in Genesis as a speaker and researcher.  He travels throughout the U.S. and abroad, sharing his message.

Following Dr. Menton's presentation, there will be a showing of Ray Comfort's DVD, "Evolution vs. God".  In this powerful video, Comfort conducts multiple man on the street interviews challenging evolution and atheism. This is a great opportunity to see Evolution vs. God - Shaking the foundations of faith.  Don't miss it.


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St. Mary's Visitation to Receive Grant for Robotics Program

St. Mary's Visitation to Receive Grant for Robotics Program

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New name for former 8-twelve in Brookfield

8-twelve, Brookfield, Hom Wood Fired Grill

The new name for the former 8-Twelve MVP Bar & Grill in Brookfield is Hom Wood Fired Grill, owner SURG announced this morning on social media.

It said on Facebook that the new menu will be launched Oct. 7, and changes to the decor will follow within a month.

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13-week-old Aussie/Husky mix is looking for a new home.

 A Mona Lisa smile. Loads of happy energy. Puppy breath.

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