Copyright 2011 Diane Vann:  Communist Threat.  All Rights Reserved

The photograph of the Vietnam War Memorial in the background was taken May 27, 2004, following the dedication of the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC.
On this website and in my book, Undermining the U.S. Constitution, I include the foundation for today's loss of the American Dream: the entire text of Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto and briefly the United Nations' Agenda 21, the globalists' "Communist Manifesto of 1992" signed the same year as the North American Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA.

My purpose is threefold: to explain why and how the leadership of the Democratic Party, or "Party of Slavery: Past and Future," embraces communism (or extremist socialism); to spur patriots who respect and support the U.S. Constitution to fight in the ballot box both the Democratic Party and "globalists" in the Republican Party; and to encourage the end of the U.S. Department of Education (see US Parents Involved in Education).

Major Concern: Education

As a nursing educator at the college level, I taught to high stress/stakes tests, but at least my students were mature adults studying for a career as registered nurses. Since 1980 when Congress established the Department of Education as a Cabinet level agency, the federal government has inserted into the grade schools high stress/stakes testing via the No Child Left Behind Act signed by President George W. Bush in 2002 and subsequently Common Core State Standards (name changed to Georgia Milestones in Georgia). Teachers are now training "widgets" (gadgets or single use apps) to perform well on the tests rather than educating them to become self educators. These tests, which must be passed for the school to not be judged as failing, test for advanced understanding instead of the basic knowledge suitable to each child's growth and development. In other words, the ABCs were replaced by the 3 Cs or what I call "Common Core Crap." Parents cannot help because they don't understand the Common Core method of teaching since it deviates from the classical way they were taught math, English/ Language Arts, and science. The congress of the United States compounded their error when they passed the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) signed by President Barack H. Obama in 2015. What was once an able local system of American education has been reduced by the feds to little more than child and teacher abuse with teachers leaving it as fast as they can. (See Truth in American Education). 

Major Concern: Poverty

After the introduction of the federal government's "War on Poverty" by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964, fathers left, with sadness, so their families could get "better" financial support from the government. Now many children grow up in federally subsidized homes without the presence or support of their fathers. Their mothers feed them with federally subsidized food stamps that do not last the month. When school is out on the weekends and in the summer, they frequently go hungry. Their self esteem suffers and they frequently miss or drop out of school. Their life choices are limited, and most center on having children out of wedlock, drug abuse, drug selling, and incarceration. Life before birth and after birth is disrespected, and violence keeps breaking out.

Diane S. Vann, MSN, RN