Tag Archives: school
To Hillary and anyone else with the foolish notion you can empathize with them. You can’t. Ask the kids.
You can’t deal with them. They should be treated like a recurring STD, when it shows up kill it off, take the meds to keep it away, but when it shows up again, kill it. Then don’t let anyone else … Continue reading
The “That doesn’t apply to me.” moment. An example of “bad policing” looks like when caused by other bad decisions and policies.
Big title, complicated and silly event. Why? Because this story is an example of how the police are often stuck doing something they don’t want to do, by other forces, often misguided. Years ago, I told a story trying to … Continue reading
Three black kids beat up a white kid and break his arm. The black bus driver stands by, pleading for help on the radio as the teens stomp and then rob the young boy. Where’s Obama and Holder and the … Continue reading
“A bad man in a position of power can do great harm. Not only for what he does, but what he encourages others to do in his name.”
That is what I basically said to my now ex-partner back in 2008 when Obama won. He felt the Republicans could keep him in check. I felt differently. People get used to a certain level of control from above. They … Continue reading
Once again, a bureaucrat thinks it is a good idea and it’s not. Scaring teachers to death for no reason- fake school attacks.
I would love for the press to interview THE GUY who thought this was a good idea. Not get a statement, but talk to that individual. That would be fun. HALFWAY, Ore. (CBS Seattle/AP) — Teachers were shocked and caught … Continue reading
And you wonder why your young teens are dumb and confused. Teachers ask girls to kiss girls to understand lesbians.
If this doesn’t swell the ranks of homeschoolers, well I guess there just is no hope. This isn’t a crazy teacher, hopped up on dry marker fumes here, this is planned. _____ —Parents of children attending a Red Hook, New … Continue reading
Can bureaucrats and others ever be held to justice? It took a while, but in Atlanta the answer is yes.
This story is horrible, but it does explain the “white flight” so many professional blacks complained about as they took over Atlanta and its bureaucracies. Nobody likes watching others take advantage of the built in immunities given them by race. … Continue reading