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Muda69

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  1. How To Succeed In School Without Really Trying: https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/how-to-succeed-in-school-without-really-trying-baltimore/ Read it all. You can say that Tiffany France ought to have been more on top of things with her kid’s grades, but she’s right to say that if the school was passing him, there is a basic trust that every parent has to have in their children’s school — and this school violated it. This is how the school advertises itself on its website: Of course, the Augusta Fells Savage Institut
  2. Public Schools Refuse to Open. Give the Taxpayers Their Money Back https://mises.org/wire/public-schools-refuse-open-give-taxpayers-their-money-back The schools’ administrators do not know of a single case of anyone being hospitalized as a result of transmission through these schools. This is a fairly common experience for Catholic schools. In the archdiocese of Denver, schools were “100 percent open” beginning last fall, and Defenders of the public schools’ lackluster efforts have attempted to explain all this away by claiming private schools are
  3. Remove the Fences Surrounding the Capitol and Send the National Guard Home Now https://reason.com/2021/03/04/capitol-building-riot-national-guard-fences-remove/
  4. Yep, and this is information a great many unions would like to keep as close to their chest a possible. Yet another reason to get rid of public sector unions entirely.
  5. Why would a "master contract" for a labor union contain language bestowing certain extra benefits for non-members of that union? Make zero sense.
  6. Every Worker Is an Essential Worker https://reason.com/2021/03/03/every-worker-is-an-essential-worker-covid-19/ Here! Here!
  7. Remember when the Left was against burying books for ideological reasons?: https://www.nationalreview.com/2021/03/dr-seuss-gets-blindsided-by-a-moral-minority/ This statement from the excellent opinion pieced couldn't be more true: "The Left today obsessively focuses on race with the purpose of apportioning good things according to the accident of skin color rather than the content of people’s character." Yet isn't this pretty much the exact opposite of those like MLK preached?
  8. Young Carmel sisters spotted outdated 'men at work' sign. So they did something about it. https://www.indystar.com/story/news/2021/03/03/carmel-sisters-men-at-work-construction-signs-change-wording/6868371002/ Disheartening, but not surprised, to see young people so programmed. Such signs do not "communicate the false and unacceptable message". Only those looking to be outraged would come to such a conclusion. Pure woke PC drivel.
  9. https://www.nationalreview.com/2021/03/last-exit-to-mulberry-street/ Brilliant.
  10. Will The Courts Once Again Take Up The Issue of Mandatory Vaccination?: https://www.cato.org/blog/will-courts-once-again-take-issue-mandatory-vaccination On the other hand, people cannot be forced to associate with someone they consider—rightly or wrongly—to be a threat to their health. And employers cannot be forced to employ people they consider a threat to the health of their customers, clients, other employees, or themselves. Advocates of mandatory vaccination often point to the landmark 1905 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Jacobson v Massachusetts to claim that state
  11. Dr. Seuss Is Canceled https://reason.com/2021/03/02/dr-seuss-canceled-books-biden-library/ Agreed. I'll be looking for copies of these books at used bookstores and the like, and will delight in sharing them with my grandchildren some day.
  12. https://reason.com/2021/03/02/paul-krugman-thinks-youll-be-happier-with-fewer-choices-nonsense/ Frankly Mr. Krugman is insane, and believes more government is the solution to practically everything.
  13. Thank you. Doing the percentage calculation for Frankfort High school using the data from that spreadsheet matches the 68% now listed as "Economically Disadvantaged" on the FHS inview.doe.in.gov website. Why the DOE switched to using a more PC nomenclature instead of just "Free/Reduced Meals" is interesting:
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