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THOMAS RATLIFF’S COMPLAINT AGAINST ALICE LINAHAN ~ REJECTED

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Today, I received notice that Thomas Ratliff’s ethics complaint against me was Rejected. 

While this is a great victory the question becomes what was the motive behind the complaint. Was it to silence a Texas Mom from working to organize other Moms and Dads against CSCOPE Texas’ version of Common Core.  

An interesting tactic we have seen from folks like Ratliff is to file an ethics complaint and get it out in the media that a complaint has been filed to marginalize opposition. 

Let’s see if the Fort Worth Star Telegram covers this part of the story. This article out today mentioning myself, Voices Empower and Women On the Wall. 

The Ethics Commission vs. Empower Texans: Who’s so nuts?

 

Here a a copy of the Thomas Ratliff Ethics complaint Rejection letter. 

I would like to suggest you join me in REJECTING Thomas Ratliff and the Common Core philosophy of Education.

Let’s work together to give our children the “Gift of American Exceptionalism” that we were blessed with.

Join me and support Women On the Wall’s latest campaign. #CanISee.  All money donated to my legal defense against the ethics charge has been donated to WomenOnTheWall.org. This is about a movement to give the gift of American exceptionalism back to the next generation. It is our time! 

#CanISee what and how your are teaching my child in the classroom. I will write a full article on this topic that will be coming out tomorrow. 

#CanISee Backpack and Boots on the Ground

If you stand with me a Texas Mom who is fighting against the Federal Take Over of Education in Texas through CSCOPE and Common Core
Please sign the petition linked below and then pass it onto your friends and neighbors.
 Ask them to Join the Movement! 
Impeach Thomas Ratliff

 

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