Category Archives: Islam

Islam vs. Christianity – a Side-by-Side Comparison

COMPARIASON – Islam vs Christianity – Side-by-Side Comparison April 2015

Sharia vs US constitution Fact sheet 10

Sharia vs US constitution Fact sheet 10

Islamic Fact Sheet 9

Islamic Fact Sheet 9 – January 6, 2016

Islamic Fact Sheet 8

Islamic Fact Sheet 8 – October 07, 2015

Islamic Fact Sheet 7

Islamic Fact Sheet 7 Women Toys

Legislative Action Report on Education, Money, Jihadists in NC, and more

Dear CCTA Members and Friends,

If you don’t have much time, please go directly to the paragraph below with the words North Carolina Education Plan in bold type for a free solution to one of our most perplexing problems, and read that. Then, drop down to the paragraph with the words Syrian refugees in bold type, and read to the end.

I’ve talked to several legislators since the close of the General Assembly session. Most of them have expressed the same general idea about the budget. That is they take pleasure in the fact that the increase in spending is pretty much limited to the increase in North Carolina’s population plus the rise of costs caused by inflation.

Let that sink in a minute.

What’s wrong with it?

Well, it’s right and proper only if spending in the prior year was an appropriate amount. It seems to me that government was too big in the prior year, and it will be too big next year, too. And this is with a Republican majority who say they want smaller government. We need to communicate with our representatives at all levels of government that we are serious about wanting smaller government.

There are three more topics I’ve discussed with legislators recently.

We want Common Core academic standards gone from North Carolina. To a person, every legislator to whom I’ve expressed that desire has said that after they’ve received the report of the Academic Standards Review Commission in December, they expect a sub-committee of the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee to be set up to consider the report and how to follow up on it. They don’t want to lose the time over the winter before the next legislative session convenes.

That is a terrific idea, and I hope it happens. Please express that notion to every legislator whose ear you can get.

Also, in testimony before the Commission, Jerry Egolf, Linda Harper, and Kathy Young presented the North Carolina Education Plan as a proposed replacement for Common Core. Please ask the legislators with whom you discuss this issue to take a close look at it. Sandra Stotsky (one of the two professors on the Common Core Validation Committee who refused to sign off on Common Core) has praised the North Carolina Education Plan. The plan can be downloaded for free by going to

I asked Senator Norman Sanderson about why we had failed to get rid of the requirement for a Certificate of Need in North Carolina, and when we might expect to get rid of it. He said he’s unsure about why it didn’t pass in the recently completed session, but he believes it has a good chance to pass in the upcoming session.

I had thought this issue was dead. Thank goodness I was wrong! Please tell every legislator you can that you want this to come before them in the short session, and tell them very plainly that you want the Certificate of Need (CON) requirement gone.

I also asked Norm about how we can get Syrian refugees (actually, potential Islamic Jihadists) out of North Carolina. He spoke of Governor Pat McCrory’s statement on the subject, and said he’d immediately sent the Governor a letter expressing appreciation for his action.

Both things are good, but we need to do more. We already have 59 Syrians relocated in North Carolina, and we are still threatened with the influx of many, many more. We are kind people, but we would be exceedingly foolish if we exposed our children, grandchildren, and ourselves to that Trojan horse. Please call, write, and pester our U.S. and N.C. representatives about removing this serious threat to our homeland.

If government can’t get protecting our citizens right, everything else will quickly become a moot point.

Very truly yours,


(Raynor James, Chairman, Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association’s Legislative Action Committee)

Refugee Resettlement in New Bern

Matt Schwob attended the Interfaith Refugee Ministry Quarterly Community Consultation Meeting held Oct 27th, 3:00 pm, at 311 Middle Street, New Bern.

The purpose of the meeting was to inform local agencies, who are providing services to incoming refugees to Eastern NC, that there would be an increase in the number of refugees coming to our area by 25…bringing the total to approximately 200 overall for FY2016. The agencies are social services, schools, police, fire, county and city elected officials and health department. Various church pastors were also present.

The slide presentation discussed the process of bringing refugees to the U.S., discussed the security process to vet refugees, how they arrive in New Bern, time line for applying for Social Security Number, food stamps, medical screening and job placement.

Commissioners Steve Tyson and George Liner were present as well as Senator Norm Sanderson who arrived later. George Liner asked several good questions with respect to particular groups (Syrians) coming to the area.

“Director Husson is not aware of any Syrians or what nationalities are coming to New Bern at this time.”

I had asked about the young man who killed three (3) children and her answer was “well, we have killers here who are American citizens”.  I also asked about the cost of his incarceration and medical expenses which is being paid for by the taxpayers of Craven County.

I did get the opportunity to speak with one of the local police officers…I expressed my concern with the influx of refugees who may not want to become Americans and wish us harm.

Islam Fact Sheet 6

Islamic Fact Sheet 6

Islam Fact Sheet 5

Islamic Fact Sheet 5

Islam Fact Sheet 4

Islam -Fact Sheet 4

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