Sunday, March 12, 2017

Remember, “It’s for the Children”. And you wonder why charter/private/religious schools are gaining popularity?

by Skip March 12, 2017

Once again, the stories just apply themselves to my college anecdote of trying to teach an education major one of the simplest equations in math: Y = MX +B (describing how a line is to be drawn).  And New York is going to codify that incompetence because DIVERSITY! Reformatted, emphasis mine …One of these is […]

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Paul Ryan (US House Speaker): wrong, dunderhead. Wrong Shiny Object

by Skip March 12, 2017

SHOT: House Speaker Paul Ryan warned in an interview aired Sunday that Republicans will face dire consequences if they fail to pass the Obamacare replacement plan he has introduced. Asked on CBS’ “Face the Nation” if his party would face a “bloodbath” in the 2018 midterms if the legislation fails, Ryan responded: “I do believe that […]

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Hey, it fits right in with the “Russian truthfulness” of the Democrats thus far, right?

by Skip March 12, 2017

Heh! (H/T: Powerline)

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Because of “genocide and enslavement of our ppl”, you whites should pay for our Spring Break

by Skip March 12, 2017

Well, at least this QPOC (Queer People of Color -yeah, yet another stupid acronym we’re expected to know), by the name of Leandra Vargas, is open about the whole scam that is this America-breaking identity politics separation: we want your money: See, you honkeys have to fork it over because you’ve been killing us all […]

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By “saving girls”, the Education system has catered to their needs; how about moving the pendulum

by Skip March 12, 2017

…to reach back to now and start saving the boys in that same now sexist classroom (i.e, how many male teachers are left in the lower grades)?  Like realizing, contra the current Feminazi / Political Correctness that gender is NOT just a social construct, in that there are real differences between boys and girls?  Have […]

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Voter Fraud – I keep hearing from Liberals that it doesn’t exist (until they do it)

by Skip March 12, 2017

Ayup: Liberals are always talking about no voter fraud at the ballot box.  Problem is, is often happens much further upstream (remember ACORN getting busted on this ALL over the country?) (reformatted, emphasis mine): OHIO: Liberal activist jailed after voter fraud guilty plea A paid liberal activist from the battleground state of Ohio was sentenced […]

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The Timing of Interglacials

by Steve MacDonald March 12, 2017

Interglacials The higher sea-level is a result of melting a significant amount of land-ice during the interglacial. We are currently in the “Quaternary Ice Age,” which is either the coldest or the second coldest period in the last 500 million years as can be seen in figures 1 and 2. These are the most popular […]

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A professional Muslim singer can refuse to sing at a Christian church but a Christan…

by Skip March 12, 2017

but a professional Christian flower artist / photographer MUST can’t refuse a gay marriage? “That’s such a sticky situation”. Er, NO, it is not.  Only Political Correctness (aka, Cultural Marxism) makes it plausible ONLY if you really don’t think about it.  And most of these Precious Snowflakes are never challenged to really think. “Everyone agreed […]

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And now, more than a few Leftist embrace Marx that spawned Communism

by Skip March 12, 2017

REmember, not ONE  Progressive Democrat in DC that has been asked can tell what the difference is between a Democrat and a Socialist.  And Mars always posited that Socialism is just a stepping stone to Communism. (H/T: Powerline)

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Windham election: Al Letizio Jr. and Dennis Senibaldi bring ‘nasty’ back to the school board

by Kimberly Morin March 12, 2017

On Tuesday, towns across New Hampshire will be holding local elections, including Windham. While many elections can sometimes be petty, recent school board elections in Windham tend to be contentious. Certain people in the town like to have power and when they are on the cusp of losing it or when they have lost it […]

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