EMail Doodlings – you know, this could solve the DACA compromise problem

by Skip February 3, 2018

Long time friend and loyal reader sent in this idea about how to solve the DACA bickering: Hi Skip – I’m not a fan of making kids pay for the sins of their parents, but how come we can’t grant the kids a pass for every parent sent home? Just asking. I LIKE that idea […]

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Blogline of the Day – They may have never said it, but most parents HAVE thought it

by Skip September 2, 2017

PARENTING: Forget the Terrible Twos, It’s ThreEVILs You Have to Worry About. Our boys both got through the Terrible Twos with barely an incident, but they have no idea how lucky they were that we allowed them to see the age of four. You? (H/T: Instapundit)

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Manchester Parents are fighting back against Mayor Gatsas’ “Broken Promises”

by Kimberly Morin August 6, 2014

    The flier above is what’s being dropped around Manchester so that parents and members of the community are aware of the egregious votes that are going on at the Curriculum and Instruction Committee (C&I) and will appear before the Manchester School Board on August 11th.  Members of both the C&I and the school […]

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GrokSHOT! – [Teachers] “…They truly don’t think you know what you’re doing with your child”

by Skip May 15, 2014

During Dr. William Baer’s talk at this past Monday night’s Rochester 9/12, a long term education person brought up an observation that I have seen myself: I video’d teachers and other “educational professional’s before – here at a meeting of the Moultonborough School Board – to the point where a parent called them out over it: “you’ve crossed […]

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Prager U – What Did Your Parents Most Want You to Be?

by Steve MacDonald March 17, 2014

Prager University When parents boast about their children with other people, what do most say first? Is it how nice they are to strangers? Or how much volunteering they did last year? Usually not. More often, they talk about their good grades in school, or the prestigious college they went to, or the much sought […]

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Musings about Plan b and that this “is NOT for the children”

by Skip June 11, 2013

In a letter Monday to U.S. District Judge Edward R. Korman in New York, who has called the age restrictions “politically motivated” and “scientifically unjustified,” the administration said it would drop its appeal in the case and abide by Korman’s order to make Plan B One-Step contraceptive pills available to women and girls of any […]

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