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  Washingtonpost.com: Live Online
Jay Mathews: One thing I have learned in the more than half century I have been stumbling around the planet is that hard work, such as the work that so many RM students do, is always rewarded, but not always rewarded in the way you expect.
Jay Mathews: If you squint real hard and read the fine print at the end of the list, you will see that it is one of 4 schools that are new and did not have a full senior class in June 2001, so it was unfair to count them.
Mathews: Earlier in this conversation you argued that the passing rate on AP (and IB) exams was not as good an indicator of challenge level as was total number of tests taken.
discuss.washingtonpost.com /wp-srv/zforum/01/metro_mathews120601.htm   (4661 words)

 Robert Jay Mathews - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert Jay Mathews (photo)[1](January 16, 1953 – December 8, 1984) was the leader of an American organization called The Order.
Robert Mathews was born in Marfa, Texas, 17 January 1955, the last of three boys born to Johnny and Una Mathews.
Mathews later became a polygamist and had a daughter with a woman named Zillah Craig.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Robert_Jay_Mathews   (793 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Robert Mathews's dedication to what we were doing was greater than almost any number of the rest of us put together.
It seems to me that White people out there love to remember Robert Mathews, tout sympathy for us who are imprisoned, love to "wish they could" rebel as we did; their hearts are not in it.
Until then, The Bruders Schweigen is dead and remains in the slumber of the Grave with Robert Mathews and the rest of its mprisoned members.
www.stormfront.org /solargeneral/pp/tate.htm   (558 words)

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Mathews, the articles’ writer, goes on to explain the case, which was filed five years before the date of the article.
Mathews claims that there will be no immediate effect of the case, until the case can reach the Supreme Court.
Jay Mathews is a staff writer for The Washington Post, a respected, major city newspaper.
web.ics.purdue.edu /~serobert/420tr/annbib.doc   (2295 words)

 Breaking News, by Robert MacNeil - CJR, Sept/Oct 98   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Mathews is an education reporter for The Washington Post.
With his wife, Linda Mathews, he is the author of One Billion: A China Chronicle.
Journalists have to be precise about where it happened and who were its victims, or readers and viewers will never be able to understand what it meant.
archives.cjr.org /year/98/5/tiananmen.asp   (958 words)

 Going to the Mat: WP's Jay Mathews Intelligent Design Bugaboo
I love reading Mathews' columns on education in The Washington Post, but this one led me to pause about other things tangentially related to the column.
But in reality what Mathews sought was not teaching one version of history over another, but rather presenting competing theories and letting the students hash them out, debate them like the critical thinking young adults they can be.
One of the underlying subtexts of the emails Mathews received belies the apparent lack of faith of parents and schools that children cannot be presented with competing theories and decide for themselves or rather they fear that the kids might decide something contrary to the adult's world view.
mattjohnston.blogspot.com /2005/04/wps-jay-mathews-intelligent-design.html   (1231 words)

 George Mason High School   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Mathews reported that "the surge in the number of students taking AP tests is changing life inside America's classrooms".
In 1998 Jay Mathews first attempted to determine "which area public high schools challenge their students most" and reported his findings in the Washington Post Magazine.
Mathews also commented on the "anything-goes spirit that animates students, teachers and counselors at Falls Church's George Mason High, where more high-level courses are offered to a larger slice of the student body than at any other public school in the Washington area."
www.fccps.k12.va.us /gm/washpost.htm   (389 words)

 TELEVISION REVIEW;Two Chilling Studies Of Extremism in Action - New York Times
Meredith Vieira's interviews with former members who testified against their sometime comrades and with others who remain loyal to the cause focus on Robert Jay Mathews, the Washington State man who rallied them to his version of white nationalism.
Mathews, like other white nationalists, seems to have been inspired by Nazi preachments.
Mathews was killed, but the notions of white supremacy that he preached still seem to be contaminating the great Northwest.
query.nytimes.com /gst/fullpage.html?res=9F00EFD61539F936A35753C1A963958260   (524 words)

 Man sought in L.A. shooting is white supremacist from Washington state
Mathews had been married to Robert Jay Mathews, the founder of the neo-Nazi group The Order.
Agents said Mathews had participated in armored-car holdups and a bank robbery netting $4 million, and that he had been involved in shooting and wounding an FBI agent.
Mathews was reported as saying he founded his group because he grew tired of "too much talk and too little action" from the Rev. Richard Butler and his Church of Jesus Christ Christian - Aryan Nations.
www.rickross.com /reference/furrow/furrow1.html   (1736 words)

 Robert Jay Matthews Last Letter
Robert Jay Mathews was killed in action fighting for over 24 hours in the midst of a hail of bullets and surrounded by over 75 government agents on Whidbey Island in December 1984.
The Federal dogs eventually set fire to the cabin with the aid of a helicopter gunship, burning Robert Matthews alive with weapon in hand.
Robert Matthews died a hero and a martyr to our Race.
www.churchoftrueisrael.com /the-order/rjm-letter.html   (1739 words)

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Idabell, Oklahoma-- Stirring from the ashes of Whidbey Island in Washington state, memories of the revolutionary figure Robert Jay Mathews-- leader of the near-mythical white separatist group known as the "Order"-- were rekindled earlier this year during stunning testimony detailing a string of bank robberies in the Midwest.
By the age of 18, Mathews was training in the desert with the Sons of Liberty, preparing for the coming guerrilla war against communist invaders.
Mathews code name became "Carlos" after he darkened his face for a robbery and the police issued an APB for a Hispanic individual.
www.constitution.org /okc/jdt03-02.htm   (4540 words)

 L.A. Shooting May Have Been Initiation Rite
In the mid-1990s, Furrow moved in with Debra Mathews, the widow of Robert Jay Mathews, founder of The Order.
Mathews, who was killed in 1984 after a 35-hour standoff with FBI agents, was seen among white supremacists as a hero and martyr.
Mathews believed in Odinism and worshiped Norse gods; Furrow was a Christian Identity man. Mathews operated as part of an organized terrorist group, 22 of whom ended up in jail for racketeering and bank robbery.
www.rickross.com /reference/furrow/furrow3.html   (883 words)

 Silent Brotherhood
Mathews led the Order through a series of violent crimes, including bank robberies and bombings of theaters and synagogues.
By turning members of the Order into informers, FBI agents were able to track down Mathews in December of 1984 to a cabin in Whidbey Island, where he refused to surrender.
Mathews eventually died in a fire of his own making.
www.meta-religion.com /Extremism/White_extremism/Silent_brotherhood/silent_brotherhood.htm   (313 words)

 The Panda's Thumb: Mathews at it again...
A couple of weeks ago, Jay Mathews of the Washington Post wrote a poorly considered article on why he thinks ID should be taught in schools.
Mathews reproduces portions of some well reasoned emails he received criticizing his prior article, and notes that he anticipated this reaction (biology teachers he consulted before hand told him the same thing), yet he went ahead and wrote it anyway.
I understand why Jay Mathews is concerned about science teaching being boring if teachers are effectively turning science classes into rote memory exercises, but introducing false controversy isn’t a good way to help matters.
www.pandasthumb.org /archives/2005/04/mathews_at_it_a.html   (4792 words)

 L.A. Suspect Dreamed of Killing / History of erratic behavior, ties to neo-Nazi group
Mathews won martyr status among extremists when he was killed during a dramatic shootout with federal agents in December 1984.
The wedding was presided over by the Rev. Richard Girnt Butler, Robert Mathews' mentor and the founder and head of Aryan Nations church.
Mathews tried to get her spouse to commit himself to a mental hospital near Seattle, but the attempt ended in disaster.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/1999/08/12/MN48243.DTL   (1718 words)

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One of the most hallowed white supremacist heroes is Robert Mathews, a white supremacist who in the 1980s founded a terrorist group known as The Order.
Robert Mathews is a frequent subject of racist songs.
In "R.J.M.," the group Max Resist praises Mathews: "Robert Jay Mathews/He was a man that wouldn't compromise/He would never surrender, never give up/Until the day that he died." The singer Saga (
www.adl.org /main_Extremism/hate_music_in_the_21st_century.htm?Multi_page_sections=sHeading_4   (663 words)

 Distinguished Faculty Lecturer
His goal was to recruit members into small, well-armed, and well-trained guerrilla units; collect intelligence data on the infiltration of the federal government by "traitors" and pro-Communists; and prepare his followers for a revolutionary war of resistance against the coming Communist takeover.
During those first years after Robert DePugh founded his organization in 1957, he said little about race or religion; anti-Communism was the main arrow in his quiver.
Mathews was only one of a number of right-wing martyrs who would die in a blaze of gunfire in the course of the next twelve years.
www.emory.edu /SENATE/facultycou/fac_cmtes/dfl_carter.htm   (7029 words)

 Stephen Roth Institute: Antisemitism and Racism
In fact, many left radicals considered themselves to be in the forefront of the struggle against anti-Semitism, while seeing Zionism as a reactionary, chauvinist ideology, the tool of imperialism and a racist movement.
Zionism was portrayed as the mirror-image of anti-Semitism, and the Zionists as collaborators of the anti-Semites and even of the Nazis, wrote the historian Robert Wistrich.
Between 1985 and 1988 The Order, an extreme right terrorist group headed by Robert Jay Mathews, committed a series of crimes, including bank robbery and the murder of the Jewish talk show host Alan Berg, as part of their struggle against ZOG and its agents.
www.tau.ac.il /Anti-Semitism/asw99-2000/stauber.htm   (4645 words)

 Explaining Ruby Ridge
Robert Jackson, a prominent member of the Justice Department in 1937, feared that someday super-powered bureaucrats might 'operate the whole business life of the United States from a government office building."'
In Pat Robert- son's 1995 book, The New World Order, the preacher defines the intemational conspiracy that threatens the collapse of freedom and liberty in the United States.
It ended with a firestorm-not unlike the one that ended Gordon Kahl's lifs---when a magnesium illumination flare was fired from an FBI helicopter circling a house on Whidbey Island in Puget Sound, where Math- ews was hiding.
www3.niu.edu /~td0raf1/history468/apr1103.htm   (10601 words)

 Gihon Foundation
Currently President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Mathews is a leading authority on foreign policy, specializing in global environmental issues and nuclear proliferation.
Prior to joining the Carnegie Endowment, Mathews was a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and a columnist for the Washington Post; and served as vice-president of the World Resources Institute for nine years.
A subject of Bill Moyers World of Ideas series, Mathews is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a distinguished fellow of the Aspen Institute.
www.gihon.com /pages/council/1998/mathews.html   (129 words)

Trap wants to transfer because Morgan is about to become the unit's first woman sergeant, but Trap and Thib must first cope with a lion running wild in the streets, and then face underwater death when given just seconds to disarm a time-bomb set to blow up an oil tanker.
An earthquake rocks the county, spelling disaster and almost certain death for Trap and Thib when they become sealed in an underwater cave with two stunning but frightened models, as the water rises and a voracious moray eel goes on the prowl.
Cueva is stranded on a mountainside with a heart attack patient after the chopper he's riding in crashes; while the 240 Robert teams search for them before it's too late.
joannacassidy.com /robert.htm   (1127 words)

 David Lane's Pyramid Prophecy and Various Written works "Martyrs"
Robert Jay Mathews, of whom we shall speak more, was a real, flesh and blood man who sacrificed his life in the pain of being burned alive in Federal flames, because he loved his people.
Even if the motive force of the universe had turned itself into a mortal man(Jesus) in order to have himself killed by mortal men, in order to keep himself from turning men into hot dogs at a divine and eternal weenie roast(hell), the sacrifice would not exceed that of Bob Mathews's.
Robert Mathews was the absolute epitome of purity of purpose, integrity, courage and determination.
www.freetheorder.org /PyramidProphecy/Martyrs.html   (1587 words)

 Dean College - Top 100 Colleges
Harvard Schmarvard: Getting Beyond the Ivy League to the College That Is Best for You - by Jay Mathews, is one of the country's best education reporters and a columnist for The Washington Post.
Dean College is listed as one the top 100 schools “that deserve a bigger reputation.” Dean is among the colleges and universities that teachers and guidance counselors say deserve more attention than they're getting and "students fall in love with once they get to know them."
Jay Mathews got it right when he wrote Dean is among "the lesser-known jewels" recognized by guidance counselors who have been impressed by Dean's "warmth and accessibility." See the book at Amazon.com.
www.dean.edu /admissions/marketing/top100.htm   (234 words)

 "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children."   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Robert Jay Mathews - A Call to Arms - 01
Robert Jay Mathews - A Call to Arms - 02
Robert Jay Mathews - A Call to Arms - 03
american-thule-society.org /audio.htm   (440 words)

 Shofar FTP Archives: people/l/lane.john/1996/lane.1296
NNTP-Posting-Host: dns4.ukonline.co.uk (8 December is the twelfth anniversity of the Warrior`s death of Robert Jay Mathews,The Greatest White Man of our times.) It was the eighth day of December In nineteen eighty-four.
The blood of Leonidas, And Custer and Stonewall too Ran strong in the veins of this White man, To their memory he was true.
Next Thread From: john.lane@ukonline.co.uk Date: 7 Dec 1996 20:04:43 GMT (8 December is the twelfth anniversity of the Warrior`s death of Robert Jay Mathews,The Greatest White Man of our times.) It was the eighth day of December In nineteen eighty-four.
www.nizkor.org /ftp.py?people/l/lane.john/1996/lane.1296   (806 words)

In 1984, Order founder Robert Jay Mathews stated, "A secret war has been developing for the last year between the regime in Washington and an ever growing number of white people who are determined to regain what our forefathers...
Later that year Mathews was killed in a fire following a ferocious gun battle with FBI agents in Whidbey Island, Washington.
The indictment alleged a plot to "overthrow, put down and destroy by force the government of the United States and work for a new Aryan Nation" through the bombing of federal buildings and sabotage of infrastructure targets (Dees with Corcoron, 1996, pp.
hatemonitor.csusb.edu /Research_articles/patriot.html   (4474 words)

 Shofar FTP Archives: people/k/kleim.milton/1994/kleim.1294
Reply-To: hermann@TIGGER.STCLOUD.MSUS.EDU NNTP-Posting-Host: tigger.stcloud.msus.edu IN MEMORIAM Robert Jay Mathews Murdered December 8, 1984 at Greenbank, Washington by Terror Police agents of the Zionist Occupational Government in retaliation for his active resistance against the genocidal program of the Washington Criminals.
We are born to fight and to die and to continue the flow...
Taylor, Robert R. _The Word in Stone: The Role of Architecture in the National Socialist Ideology_.
www.nizkor.org /ftp.cgi/people/ftp.py?people/k/kleim.milton/1994/kleim.1294   (14478 words)

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