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School Slander (part 4)


Andersen and Land met at their fraternity, Kappa Sigma, in University of California, Irvine.[2][5] They later went to and graduated from Icon Collective, a music production school together with Nghtmre.[6] Andersen said: "My relationship with Tyler (Nghtmre) came out of nowhere when we were put in the same classroom at Icon Collective together."[7] They initially played gigs for their college friends and at local venues. The name Slander was combined from the duo's real names: "S(cott) Land" and "Ander(sen)". They have performed at EDC (Las Vegas, Orlando and Mexico), Nocturnal Wonderland, Electric Zoo, Sun City Music Festival, Electric Forest, and Ultra Music Festival.[8][9][10][11]




School Slander (part 4)



On the night of May 2, 2015, Fred Czerwonka abruptly quit. But instead of sending his resignation to the school board president, a board member or someone at district headquarters, Czerwonka sent his letter to the St. Joseph News-Press. "I hope my resignation can allow the District to move forward with the hiring of my successor. I look forward to continuing the good work I have been put here by God to do," Czerwonka wrote in a letter addressed to Board President Brad Haggard.


In addition to firing Czerwonka, the board has also fired Chief Operating Officer Rick Hartigan and demoted Human Resources Director Doug Flowers. Last month, it settled a slander lawsuit with Chief Financial Officer Beau Musser for $450,000.


Information on the scope of the cult, on its background and growth, and on the effectiveness of the efforts made to combat its rise elsewhere in the nation have been secured from nearly every state, and voluminous materials has been secured from the AMA Council on Medical Service. In addition, the members were able individually to secure a great deal of literature, particularly from various ones of the chiropractic schools around the country.47


The medical association and legal counsel perceived that chiropractors posed a threat to medicine and therefore called for a concerted effort to prevent the 2 chiropractic associations from joining into a single group and expanding their scope of practice in health care. Throckmorton recommended educating the medical profession and the public to contain the chiropractic profession and to stifle the chiropractic schools. These actions required caveats, which included that their actions needed to be:


Since this is not the first time Miss Landers has used her column to make disparaging remarks about chiropractic, we have good reason to believe that political medicine is using Miss Landers to plant slander-oriented information against the profession. The vigor and frequency with which the AMA is using media has increased since chiropractic's inclusion in Medicare last year. Obviously, the AMA views broader Medicare benefits as a threat to its monopolistic strangle hold on the America Health scene.94


- The American Medical Association efforts to harm chiropractic were systemically embedded in the US educational system. The AMA extended great effort to influence vocational guidance counselors and to send propaganda to discourage high school and colleges students from considering chiropractic careers. Of note, this American Medical Association Committee on Quackery document was written during the time that chiropractors were fighting for chiropractic program accreditation. The Council on Chiropractic Education began in 1974 and is recognized by the United States Department of Education to accredit programs offering the doctor of chiropractic degree.


This person explains that he overheard the entire conversation with Porfiry. He is sorry for his previous accusation toward Rodion. He asks forgiveness for his 'wickedness and slander.' He now sees Rodion in a more sympathetic light and no longer believes he committed the murders. This puts Rodion at ease. It is a moment of respite that will soon be broken.


In a lengthy statement released Saturday, the national education nonprofit said it should have more quickly addressed claims by Florida's Department of Education that the course was indoctrinating students and lacked educational value, which the College Board called "slander."


These claims were a tangle of mendacity, invention and tendentiousness. Yermolenko was a strange character, at best a fantasist, while even his own government handlers described Burstein as wholly untrustworthy. The dossier had been prepared by an embittered ex-Bolshevik, Alexinsky, with a reputation for shit-stirring and malice so great he had been denied entry to the Soviet. Few serious people, even on the right, believed any of this stuff for a moment, which explains why some of the less dishonorable or more cautious right were furious with Zhivoe slovo [Living Word, the right-wing gutter paper that launched the slander campaign] for publishing. [7]


SEC. 10. (a) No person who is found liable in a civil action for making libelous or slanderous statements against an opposing candidate during the course of an election campaign for any federal, statewide, Board of Equalization, or legislative office or for any county, city and county, city, district, or any other local elective office shall retain the seat to which he or she is elected, where it is established that the libel or slander was a major contributing cause in the defeat of an opposing candidate.


During the 1920s and 1930s, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion played an important part in the Nazis' propaganda arsenal. The Nazi party published at least 23 editions of the Protocols between 1919 and 1939. Following the Nazis' seizure of power in 1933, some schools used the Protocols to indoctrinate students.


Many school textbooks throughout the Arab and Islamic world teach the Protocols as fact. Countless political speeches, editorials, and even children's cartoons are derived from the Protocols. In 2002, Egypt's government-sponsored television aired a miniseries based on the Protocols, an event condemned by the US State Department. The Palestinian organization Hamas draws in part on the Protocols to justify its terrorism against Israeli civilians. 041b061a72


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