Thursday, September 11, 2014

Conservative Republican Women
 of North Atlanta

invites you to attend our September meeting


Monday, September15th,  Magnolia Café 5175 South Old Peachtree Road, Norcross, GA Doors open at 7:00.  Meeting begins promptly at 7:30


Featured speakers are:

Jane Robbins
American Principles Project


Common Core Standards did not end with English and Math.  Now the College Board is rewriting the Advance Placement (AP) courses taken by the best and brightest students.  The first revised course is AP U.S. History.  It radically altered history to present a leftist view of American History.

Come hear what happened to AP U. S. History and how it conflicts with the Georgia history Standards and how it will infect other Georgia social studies courses.  Find out what you can do about it.  

Representative Tom Rice
Legislative update and preview of the
2015 Session


Please feel free to invite your friends

Monday, August 18, 2014

Annual Salad Supper Invitation

Conservative Republican Women
of North Atlanta
invites you to attend our
Annual Salad Supper
Monday, August 18th
7:00 PM

Magnolia Bakery Café
5175 S. Old Peachtree Road
Norcross, GA 30092

If your name begins with A-F, please bring a dessert to share.  If your name begins from G-Z, please bring a Salad.  Drinks will be provided.

This is a fantastic time to invite your spouse, friends and neighbors.
Guest Speakers:

Teresa Cantrell:  She will tell us about the 9/11 National Prayer Day.

Prisca Villa:  She will report on Victory 2014 and what we can do to help.

Todd Rehm of www.GAPundit He is one of the most knowledgeable political pundits in Georgia and will share important information and perspectives with us concerning the upcoming November elections.  This will be very informative; as, we gear up to elect Republicans statewide for leadership in Georgia.

Please join us for this FUN and INFORMATIVE evening. We look forward to seeing you.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Common Core OP-ED Marietta Daily Journal

Thanks To Todd Rehm from Gapundit for bringing this to our attention.

Nancy Jester: Common Core no path to prosperity

jesterNancy Jester, the former DeKalb County Board of Education member whose whistle-blower letter to SACS about financial irregularities led, ironically, to her removal with the rest of the Board members who were in office at the time, has penned an Op-Ed at the Marietta Daily Journal about Common Core.  
It's worth reading because it's got more facts than most discussions of the controversial federal standards, and it also lays bare some issues with the Georgia standards that predate Common Core.
The National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers may have had the best intentions, but as the process unfolded, political motivations and agendas took over. A recessionary economy and falling property values created budget crises in school districts across the country. 
Into this situation, President Obama's Race to the Top grants offered a much needed infusion of federal money conditioned on adopting Common Core. At that point, Common Core ceased being voluntary and was no longer an effort to define rigorous standards with broad acceptance. 
Once linked to grant money, the power over education standards shifted from states and districts to the federal level.
With Common Core in Georgia, we're told that the standards are closely aligned with Georgia's existing standards, as if that should make us all feel better. 
In the early 2000s, the Georgia Department of Education adopted a social studies curriculum that is almost completely devoid of education on The Bill of Rights in elementary school. Yet, in third grade, we teach our children about the nine important people who "expanded rights." Those nine people are: Paul Revere, Frederick Douglass, Susan B. Anthony, Mary McLeod Bethune, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, Thurgood Marshall, Lyndon B. Johnson, and César Chávez. 
The same Georgia Department of Education asks us to trust them on adopting Common Core standards. The Georgia DOE that has been at the helm as we performed so poorly as a state on most education metrics.

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

CRW June Meeting Invitation

The Conservative Republican Women
of North Atlanta

Invites you to attend our June Meeting

Monday, June 17th, 2013
at the Magnolia Bakery
5175 South Old Peachtree Road
Norcross, GA 30092

Doors open at 7:00 PM
Meeting begins promptly at 7:30 PM

Guest Speakers:

Senator Josh McKoon

Senator Josh McKoon of Columbus, and leader of HB 142 -Ethics Reform in Georgia.

Steve Penley

One of the most celebrated artists in America, is best known for his bold and vibrant paintings of historical and popular icons, including Teddy Roosevelt. Steve was recently featured on the Fox News Network.

Composite of some Steve Penley artwork

Please feel free to bring a friend.
We welcome both men and women to attend and to join as members.
There is no charge to attend. Snacks and drinks provided

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Common Core Curriculum Editorial by Judy Craft

Common Core Curriculum is educational program created and administered by the federal government.  Please read this editorial by our own Judy Craft concerning this unacceptable program.

Then, visit this web Page:

Finally, attend one of these forums for even more information and to ask questions.

Friday, June 21, 2013
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Location: Sonesta Gwinnett Place (formerly Marriott), 1775 Pleasant Hill Road, Duluth, Georgia 30096
Cost: $10/person or $15/married couple; children are free but must be registered
Click here to register for the Friday, June 21, education event.

Saturday, June 22, 2013
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Roswell Street Baptist Church, 774 Roswell Street, Marietta, GA 30060
Cost: $10/person or $15/married couple; children are free but must be registered
Click here to register for the Saturday, June 22, education event.

You can pay be check for either event by sending a check made payable to “CWA of Georgia” to:
CWA of Georgia
P. O. Box 671374
Marietta, GA 30066

Please indicate which event you will be attending along with your name, address, phone number and/or email address. Indicate also if you are bringing an additional guest(s) and if you are registering any children.
For more information, on the forum call  (770) 617-1987 or e-mail