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CeaseFire Pennsylvania’s Other Board Member

While we’re busy focusing on Alexander Tristan Riley, and whether or not he is or isn’t a well known and vile troll here on Al Gore’s Internets, I thought it might be rather interesting to shine some light on some of their other board members, in this case, Jennifer W. Stein:

Jennifer W. Stein has been a CeaseFire PA supporter since its founding. She was a co-founder of the Coalition Against Jewish Domestic Violence in 1983, and has been active in anti-violence causes since then. She is an independent documentary filmmaker and lives in Delaware County.

What they don’t mention here is that Jennifer W. Stein is also Pennsylvania State Regional Representative for MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network. Be sure to follow that link. It’s a great read:

Jennifer Stein has been a local Radnor resident for the past 20 years. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science in textiles. She has worked, a clothing designer with her own business for a number of years, as a women’s rights activist and president of a Jewish Women’s rights organization, and a founding member of the Coalition Against Jewish Domestic Violence. As an entrepreneur Stein has operated her own special events coordination business, J. W. S. Events Inc. for the past 10 years but is now choosing to make documentary films. Jennifer currently is on the board of CeaseFire PA and is trying to make her home town a safer place to live thru the active support of sensible gun laws in Pennsylvania. She in the process of writing a book about life experiences with Pre-cognition to help others to trust heir instincts when making life changing split second decisions. One chapter of this book is up at the following site should you be interested to read a sampling from this book. http://www.connectingstories.com/moreStories8.html

Jennifer pursues her passion for knowledge in many areas including, archeology, phenomenon experience, including UFO’s crop circles, & ESP as well as the science of consciousness. Jennifer is an avid organic gardener, and loves to faux paint, is an accomplished seamstress, macrobiotic cook, and is happily married to a life time partner, whom she claims is her greatest teacher, and the mother of two young adult daughters, who are her second greatest teachers.

She describes her self as a modern day Kabalist & mystic who studies tuning fork sound dynamics, macrobiotics, Yoga, transcendental mediation, Kabala, Ancient Egyptian mystery school teachings, crop circles, sacred geometry, and ancient civilizations as well as precognitive phenomena. For her these areas overlap like puzzle pieces to understanding her own life experiences and the modern day spiritual evolution engulfing the world. She is a member of the Noetic Sciences organization, which is committed to the study of the evolving human consciousness movement.

If CeaseFire PA wants to have kooky, new age type folks on their board that like to study crop circles and UFO phenomena, I’m not one to complain. A free and confident society has plenty of room for such people. Jennifer W. Stein has the right to associate with other like minded people, enjoy their company, and swap stories about the Greys. But free people also have a right to provide for our personal security, our families security, to enjoy our sport, and hunt food for our dinner tables. Ms. Stein associates with an organization who believes that idea is far outside of the mainstream, and only held by a tiny vocal minority, who don’t deserve to be listened to.

How much farther from the mainstream can you get than believing a highly advanced race of spacefaring creatures has the inclination to take a break from warping time and space to doodle in Farmer Bob’s corn field? Folks like Ms. Stein should especially understand the importance of upholding the Bill of Rights; all of it. After all, everyone is an unpopular minority in some aspect of their life. It saddens me to see someone like this speaking out against other people’s liberty, while pretty clearly taking advantage of it themselves.

16 Responses to “CeaseFire Pennsylvania’s Other Board Member”

  1. jmt says:

    It all makes sense, if one believes in the Greys, that crop circles have a non-terrestrial origin, pre-cognition, ancient Egyptian mysteries, and spiritual evolution, then its not a great leap to believe that the police can protect you from crime all the time, that a physical device can force you to be a homicidal maniac, and that you need to protect other people from their own guns.

    Heh.

  2. Carl in Chicago says:

    Sebastian, thanks for pointing this out. I generally don’t support ad hominem argumentation. But then again, it’s clear that some people interested in, or who believe in, or even WANT to believe in things like aliens, UFOs, bigfoot, or the Loch Ness monster are also less likely to apply rational thought to other facets of the world’s phenomena. I am a scientist, and science is my favored method by which I choose to “know.” Granted, it’s not the only way of “knowing.” I don’t deny that such things might exist, but I feel it’s a poor use of my time to suppose or hope they do….when I see a preserved bigfoot in a museum, then I will believe they exist.

    At any rate, I found your following statements to be particularly mature and well-said…thanks for them!

    “…folks…that like to study crop circles and UFO phenomena…A free and confident society has plenty of room for such people.”

    “…Ms. Stein associates with an organization who believes that idea is far outside of the mainstream, and only held by a tiny vocal minority, who don’t deserve to be listened to.”

    “…How much farther from the mainstream can you get than believing a highly advanced race of spacefaring creatures has the inclination to take a break from warping time and space to doodle in Farmer Bob’s corn field?”

    “It saddens me to see someone like this speaking out against other people’s liberty, while pretty clearly taking advantage of it themselves.”

  3. Sebastian says:

    Sebastian, thanks for pointing this out. I generally don’t support ad hominem argumentation.

    I don’t like them either, but this directly speaks to how much credibility this woman should have in terms of public policy discussions.

  4. Tom says:

    We’re finding new animals all the time so investigating the cryptozoological mysteries shouldn’t be lumped in with those who wish to find, and probably worship, the demonic “space aliens” out there. Hell, how long ago was it that folks thought gorillas were just tribal fantasy?

    Sure, I personally think a lot of that is either nuts or perversions of something else that’s been lost to time, but I’d rather focus on her wanting me disarmed and/or dead for not agreeing with her on my self determination in the life God gave me.

    Sorry, but this just looks as bad as atr’s rantings on gays and blacks.

  5. Sebastian says:

    Tom,

    I don’t really have any issues with Ms. Stein believing what she does, but her views are not shared by most Americans. I absolutely believe she has the right to believe them, and live her life based on those beliefs. That’s what freedom is about.

    But then she turns around and joins a group that’s out to take freedom away from other people, because she finds their interest in firearms revolting. In a free society, she has a right to do this.

    But I also have a right to call her out for enjoying her freedom to be part of a quirky minority, but then arguing that other people who’s behavior she finds offense are quirky minorities who don’t deserve the kind of freedom she enjoys for herself.

  6. straightarrow says:

    All I can say to you bigfoot deniers is you are either lying or you have never seen the feet on my youngest son and youngest daughter. We donate their shoes to the naval forces of the free world for use as gunboats when the kids are through with them.

  7. sgt.navazka says:

    I’m sorry, but this article is faulty at best. It’s argument “ad hominem”. What has belief in UFO to do with gun control? Many gun owners believe in God, even when they cannot prove that he exists; are they insane too?

  8. Carl in Chicago says:

    It’s argument “ad hominem”. What has belief in UFO to do with gun control?
    Comment by sgt.navazka on January 3rd, 2008

    You are correct. On it’s face it is an ad hominem argument. That said, as long as one’s views on UFOs, gun control, and God enter into the realm of public policy, they are best made rationally and objectively. Belief in UFOs and precog are simply testament to one’s likelihood to think rationally and objectively. Nothing more, but nothing less.

  9. Sebastian says:

    Many gun owners believe in God, even when they cannot prove that he exists; are they insane too?

    No… and I’m not arguing that Jen Stein is insane either. And as an agnostic, yeah, I think all religion is a little weird. Nonetheless, UFO stuff is far outside the mainstream… certainly farther than gun owners. She should be leading the charge to protect the rights of individuals, not leading the charge against them.

  10. JML says:

    You’re an idiot, gun nut, paranoid wacko. Need more guns? Yeah, sure we do.

  11. Sebastian says:

    Thank you for the insightful and intelligent comment. I’ll take “gun nut” but on the other counts, you pretty clearly don’t know me, so you pretty clearly are clueless.

  12. Sebastian says:

    And why do you people always assume we’re arguing that we need more guns? We’re arguing that people should be free to have effective means to defend themselves and their families. We’re arguing that the Bill of Rights and the constitution mean something. We’re arguing that we have a right to preserve and defend our shooting sports. None of us have anything to do with the violence that happens in The City of Philadelphia. My guns are at home locked up in my safe. I’m pretty certain they are not escaping during the day to head out and cause mayhem. Do not mistake the violence in the inner cities to be caused by people such as myself and my readers.

  13. Carl in Chicago says:

    While you might be a “gun nut”, I think that term or descriptor is far over-used. So (hypothetically directed at JML), let’s say I spent 20 minutes each and every day with guns…cleaning them, inspecting them, handling them, practicing with them, etc. I suppose that would classify me as a gun nut in your mind? Maybe your bar is even lower….maybe my old grandfather, who owns an anquige shotgun that hasn’t been out of his closet in 20 years….maybe to you, he too is a “gun nut.”

    Yet, how many people would classify me as a “computer nut”, or a shower nut, or a car nut, or a TV nut, or a coffee nut, or a book nut, etc….because I spend 20 minutes (or far more in some cases) of daily time with those activities.

    Gun nut is a term meant to disparage and to vilify. It’s used with bigotry, prejudice, and disdain. It’s used by people who have a bone to pick, or who simply don’t like guns, or simply want to discriminate against gun owners, and think of them as all the same, and lower than them (similar to how some people view or use other disparaging terms such as “dykes”, “spicks”, “crackers”, etc. They are terms used, and meant, to vilify and belittle. “Gun nut” does the same. People who use that term are often hypocritical, and simply won’t accept that free people can make their choices regardless of the fact that “bigotry nuts” hate and vilify them.

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