Stuart Shepard gives us the name of what we do with holiday catalogues related to the 25th of December - Tossmas (video).
Thursday, November 29, 2007
More hereNo disrespect to Taylor, but he controlled the way he would be remembered by the way he lived. His immature, undisciplined behavior with his employer, his run-ins with law enforcement, which included allegedly threatening a man with a loaded gun, and the fact a vehicle he owned was once sprayed with bullets are all pertinent details when you've been murdered… Black men are targets of black men. Period. Go check the coroner's office and talk with a police detective. These bullets aren't checking W-2s.
Rather than whine about white folks' insensitivity or reserve a special place of sorrow for rich athletes, we'd be better served mustering the kind of outrage and courage it took in the 1950s and 1960s to stop the white KKK from hanging black men from trees...
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
When the LA Times recently rolled out their blogs, I wondered whether they would echo the same leftist tripe as their regular bird cage liner. It seems I was correct.
When teacher-blogger Nick Giulioni posted this story about a teacher who diffused an on-campus fight, I posted a comment. After an hour or so, my moderated comment was up. Within hours, others challenged my information. You can read those comments. I responded within an hour.
After 24 hours, my new response is not yet posted, leaving the appearance that I was unable to answer their questions. Ask yourself why the Times refused to post them... exlib
Evelyn, Clay, & Guy:
I’ll answer all your questions.
My grandson attends a WASC-approved private school with standards FAR ABOVE NCLB. I wouldn’t send him to a lower-performance school. Here’s one of MANY links regarding the educators who send their children to private school.
I’m not sure where Nick teaches, but his description was consistent with LAUSD’s ongoing disaster. While I agree that the criminals are not the teachers, only 25 percent of LAUSD’s teachers vote on union issues. Teachers can turn LAUSD around or they can acquiesce. Most acquiesce because those who make waves are subjected to freeway therapy and classrooms filled with psychopaths, addicts, and gang members.
For more anecdotes, feel free to read my earlier LAUSD posts.
Having lived and worked in cities like Calcutta, San Salvador, Pacoima, and South LA, I’ve found that MOST parents, regardless of economic status, care deeply about their child’s education. While some do not, many parents I know get tired of being blamed for school problems. Yes, it would be better if Joe’s parents were more responsive, but that’s not my problem unless Joe’s behavior begins to affect my son’s learning environment. Most (if not all) private and charter schools maintain high standards.
Take a look at Vaughn Street Charter Elementary, in the heart of Pacoima. Surrounded by gangs and illegal aliens, this school outperforms area schools, maintains high standards, and pays their teachers above LAUSD union wage! They succeed because the principal can fire teachers and remove disruptive children. And parents WANT to participate with their children.
Parents have a stronger voice when they control school funding. As long as union teachers continue to support/fund Democrats who won’t fire your wasteful bureaucracy, teachers are part of the problem. In 2005, unions spent tens of millions to defeat the Governor’s reform proposals. Where did impoverished union teachers get that kind of cash?
As for LAUSD’s Academic Decathlon, yes I know about the Valley’s award-winning schools. But as I said, schools like North Hollywood, El Camino, and Taft are not representative of schools like Santee, Manual Arts, Venice, or Dorsey High School. If teachers truly cared about their students, they’d demand fully-funded vouchers so parents can decide where their child attends school.
Unions loathe competition because they cannot compete. Great teachers need unions as much as great basketball players do. Jaime Escalante (Stand and Deliver) admits that unions care nothing about education or children. If you doubt this, ask yourself where UTLA’s union contract describes accountability or children. The contract is all about protecting bad teachers. Union dues are the lifeblood of the Democrat Party that began to destroy LAUSD before I graduated in 1975.
As for “dropout factories,” that characterization was from Harvard University’s Civil Rights Project (2005), not me. According to them, half of all black and Latino 9th graders would not graduate high school in California – an achievement that segregationists like Gov. George Wallace (D-ALABAMA) would have envied. Whether it was their specific intention or not, America’s teacher unions have effectively circumvented Brown vs. Board of Education – keeping low income minorities far from their own children’s private classrooms.
I know many active and former teachers. While many work hard, their bloated school administration is the biggest obstacle to teaching in America. Teachers can keep the status quo, or they can become agents of change. Teachers can support the vouchers and charters that will make that happen. Good teachers have nothing to fear, while mediocre teachers have much to fear.
So Clay, I’ll be glad to visit you and your classroom sometime under one condition – that you also tour one or two Green Dot schools with Steve Barr and me. I’ll also be glad to tour a private school with you.
Believe it or not, teachers and cops share similar frustrations, particularly what I call “responsibility without authority:” e.g. we have tremendous responsibility to accomplish the mission but no real authority to do so. And the bureaucracies that control cops and teachers enjoy tremendous authority but share no responsibility to perform.
As for the numbers… yes, LAUSD’s $19.2 billion is a multiple year number. But why are we building more public schools when LAUSD’s enrollment is declining?
According to the LA Times story last month, enrollment was at 653,215. (You’ll have to scroll down– the Times no longer offers a link to that story).
Yeah, the $13.367 billion is big, but that was Romer’s own numbers before LAUSD took down that link. I won’t get into the weeds of LAUSD’s amorphous numbers. I know where every dollar is spent at my grandson’s school, and I didn’t have to pay for a $100 million payroll system. LAUSD’s budget depends largely upon the date, time, and location, and who you talk to. And if a link embarrasses the LAUSD, it mysteriously disappears.
As for LAUSD’s real budget and enrollment, I’d trust Enron’s numbers before LAUSDs. As for the difference between LAUSD’s $13 billion 2005-2006 budget and their proposed $7.5 billion budget, to what do you attribute that drop? Will teachers get paid half? Are layoffs pending? How do you explain that? As for enrollment, Julie Korenstein told me that many Latino dropouts were probably just returning to Mexico! If Julie doesn’t know, how would we know?
What’s wrong with letting parents control education funding with vouchers? Vouchers are usually set at a few thousand for the same reason LAUSD granted a charter to Academia Semillas – to discredit the charter and voucher movements. Yeah, getting back $2000 will defray part of my education costs, but why am I paying taxes to support public schools that my grandson won’t attend? It’s MY money! Take your $10K/year number… what’s wrong with giving parents that kind of power? If LAUSD offers a better plan than area private schools or charters, why not let parents choose?
The Daily News reports that Los Angeles Unified School District officials have quietly hired two consultants to help improve their public image.
The recent hirings come in addition to a six-person communications staff with a nearly $1.4 million budget, an overall $10 million communications budget, and a separate consulting contract with Darry Sragow, who helps LAUSD develop communications strategies and policy issues.
Their online poll asks whether hiring consultants help improve LAUSD's image. So far, more than 90 percent of respondents say NO. But the question is not whether consultants will help improve LAUSD's image, but why LAUSD and UTLA would bother to provide the education that our taxpayers and children deserve.
After doubling their budget during thirty years of decline, why would they? So far, their formula for failure has delivered nothing but ever-increasing budgets.
LAUSD’s 50 percent drop-out rates, bloated bureaucracy, hemorrhaging budget, abysmal test scores, drug- and gang-infested campuses threaten hundreds of thousands of children each day, and Admiral Brewer plans to waste $10 million to promote their image? Why do lipstick and pigs come to mind?
Q-Tips, Honda, and LA’s private schools don’t sell because of their advertising, but because they provide superior products and services at a reasonable price. Spend $10 million to promote OJ and, no matter how slick the campaign, you still end up with a double murderer. Spending $10 million to report that no one was shot at Venice High today is NOT progress…
The gates are down, the lights are flashing, but that train ain’t comin’.
Westchester Parents also weigh in…
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Sunday, November 25, 2007
Saturday, November 24, 2007
Broadcast legend George Putnam has picked up Migdia Chinea’s story.
You may recall that her LAUSD classroom was burglarized and she endured an on-campus assault last month. According to Chinea, the burglar used a school district key to remove her laptop, wallet and glasses. Anyone check Sandy Berger’s socks lately?
And why does the LA Times fail to cover violent and property crime from LAUSD campuses? LAUSD students and teachers endure more crime most US cities! Hello! Times! Daily News!
Is anyone there!!!
Thursday, November 22, 2007
On this blessed day, US immigrant Mark Steyn reminds us why we should give thanks for being part of the greatest moral experiment in human history. We The People, who represent five percent of the global population, are blessed to find ourselves living in this greatest nation on Earth.
Happy Thanksgiving to all!
Posted by ex-Hollywood Liberal at 1:13 PM
Sunday, November 18, 2007
From Doug Ross:
Word on the street is that Hillary's staffers are extremely pleased with CNN's Wolf Blitzer for his softball questioning of Sen. Clinton during Thursday's Las Vegas debate. Blitzer "was outstanding, and did not gang up like Russert did in Philadelphia. He avoided personal attacks, remained professional and ran the best debate so far."
Who were the questioners upon whom Blitzer called? According to CNN, they were "ordinary people, undecided voters.”
Plant #1: LaShannon Spencer, whom Blitzer introduced as an "undecided voter", was tagged by Dan Riehl: in truth, she served as the political director of the Democratic Party of Arkansas… LINK
Saturday, November 17, 2007
Migdia Chinea shares her experience as a substitute teacher for the Los Angeles Unified School District. She describes herself as UCLA-educated with honors, refined, empathetic, college-level Spanish fluent and a Googleable professional screenwriter.
She describes LAUSD this way:
(One school is) surrounded by criminal street gangs and is widely considered one of the most dangerous campuses… most classes (are in) are in a complete state of disaster, absolutely filthy, with no computers available. There are no simple supplies, such as pencils, pens or paper, nothing to be found anywhere…
(M)any students… are violent and unpredictable. I was present, in fact, during a violent melee involving hundreds of students that brought in several police squad cars and helicopters flying overhead.
I have also endured several school "lock downs." Here's how a "lock down" works: As in a prison, the inmates and their jailers are not allowed to leave for any reason, nor let anyone out. I always try to leave one classroom door open because I am often afraid for my life...
On Oct. 5, 2007, at another notorious middle school, I was deliberately body-slammed on the head by two to three large young men in a P.E. class of 53 students…
I'm told by the local police that this sort of physical abuse on teachers occurs with disturbing regularity…
In my view, the LAUSD is completely corrupt, inept and broken, with many students having serious behavioral problems and disinterested in learning, whereas the teachers remain underpaid and exhausted – some of them just marking time until their retirement and giving out charity passing grades to high school students who can barely write or do math at a third-grade level… (more HERE)
“Disturbing regularity” is gophers digging up your bulbs, an employee showing up drunk, or forgetting to take out the trash. But after 30 years of the institutionalized intellectual vandalism of our city’s most precious and needy children, when will we call it DELIBERATE regularity? If LAUSD was a private company, it would have collapsed a generation ago like the stinking necrotic tumor it is.
LAUSD is a criminal enterprise – a $30 billion dollar (allegedly $11B operations, $21B construction) protection racket that extorts tax dollars under the pretext of improvement and higher scores. It makes schools I’ve seen in Calcutta, Rio, and Nairobi look like Cal Tech and MIT.
Compare LAUSD with the people it serves: LA City’s $6.5 billion budget employs 40,000 who serve 4,300,000 residents, while LAUSD’s $32 billion budget ($11B operations & $21B construction) employs 80,000 who (ostensibly) serve 650,000 students.
LAUSD makes us lament the good old days before Brown v. Board of Education, when Democrats merely segregated minority children. What could we expect from school district officials after BROWN when, the day before, they supported segregation? When Republicans demanded an end to discrimination, Democrats responded by shuffling children in buses so that they could join gangs, do drugs, and get shot in other neighborhoods.
Like all other tumors, LAUSD cannot be fixed. It demands removal. Compared to LA City’s $6.5B budget for our 4,300,000 residents, LAUSD’s bloated $30 billion could be divided among its 650,000 students who could then pursue a real education with vouchers and charters. I suspect that Democrats oppose vouchers not because they don't work, but because affluent Democrats don't want their children to compete for seats in their own private schools far from the riff-raff of low-income families they pretend to care for.
If you disagree, how much more “disturbing regularity” do we plan to tolerate? As parents and voters, we have the power to change this. LAUSD is the lifeblood of the California Democrat Party:
Our Attorney General will not close down the operation that has fed his campaigns since the 1970s. Republicans might not be perfect, but Democrats have enjoyed exclusive control over LAUSD, the legislature, and the courts since the 1970s. There is no excuse for this to last longer than a few years - a few decades is the institutionally imposed intellectual genocide of our students. Until we replace our anti-voucher anti-charter political enablers with voucher/charter supporters, nothing will change. And if we don’t change the way we vote then we have no one to blame but ourselves.
We have a choice - end the LAUSD criminal enterprise or be the reason it continues to thrive.
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
LAUSD Teacher Lance Chapman recently left his 7th graders for a training day. He returned to a trashed classroom:
My classroom was in shreds –- literally.
The vast majority of my posters were torn down, ripped apart and left on the floor with gum sticking to the bottom. My VHS player and flash drive (with all of my lessons up to this point on it as well as other important documents) were stolen, as well as a computer monitor that is in my storage closet (all these were in a storage unit that was locked). My lab equipment was broken, tagged, (gang symbols in permanent marker) and completely nonfunctional. All 160 of my students now have tagged notebooks with profane language all over the covers.
Many of my science books (brand-new this year) are ripped, tagged and coverless. Oh, and the most devastating thing of all, my 7th grade homeroom (I meet with them for 20 minutes per day) has been working on a pen pal project with Indiana 6th graders. They have spent weeks being creative with their letters, attaching photos, drawing, attaching gifts –- now all in shreds. All those photos, gifts and letters are on the floor, and I have to break the news to my 7th graders tomorrow that what they have spent two weeks on is now in the trash and cannot be salvaged.
I’m writing this posting article because I’m truly at a loss for words. I was informed that my substitute teacher had left the room numerous times throughout the day (I don’t even know why) and left the students to themselves. After I told friends who are first-year teachers, many said they would have left. As disappointed as I am, this makes me want to continue even more. My students never act like this when I’m there and I need to reemphasize my expectations for substitute days. But then again, is a class a class when the teacher or substitute isn’t even in the room?
As early as 1645, the militia and minutemen were formed to protect their towns from foreign invasion and ravages of war…
Like King George, the Las Vegas Police Department now considers them a gang or subversive group:
57. Have you, your spouse, any members of your family, or any members of your spouse’s family ever been associated with gangs or subversive groups (Minutemen, Aryan Brotherhood, etc.) “ YES “ NO IF YES, EXPLAIN IN SEPARATE STATEMENTA town built by mobsters and dedicated to racketeering, gambling, and prostitution now considers Minutemen a "subversive group." That's rich.
Volunteers who protect our borders because our government refuses to are patriots - which might be why Las Vegas' mayor finds them unsuitable for appointment.
h/t Dave Hollenbeck
Posted by ex-Hollywood Liberal at 9:10 AM
Monday, November 12, 2007
For those who believe North Korea and Canada are models for California’s healthcare solution, radio host Anthony Vultaggio and policy analyst Ralph Weber (CFP, REBC) unraveled the mythology for KRLA listeners last week. Mr. Weber’s thoughtful analysis is easily understood, and if you miss something you can replay it. Incidentally, Mr. Weber says that he pays $250/mo for complete coverage for his family of four!
As if Mr. Weber’s testimony wasn’t compelling enough, the former Medical Director for Diagnostic Imaging at Thunder Bay Regional Hospital called in with several Kafkaesque stories of waste, bureaucracy, and inefficiency.
Dr. Lee Kurisko MD, who practiced in Canada for 13 years before moving to Minnesota, said that his hospital serviced a “catchment area” of about 250,000 people with only one MRI and one CT scanner. The waiting period for elective MRIs in Thunder Bay was 13 months – the CT scan seven months. In Newfoundland, the waiting period was 2½ years! Some physicians had a two-year waiting list for consultation. Unless you’re wealthy enough to seek treatment in another country, or you’re a politician (they exempt themselves from Canadian healthcare), Canadians must tell their lumps and tumors to wait.
Dr. Kurisko described his hospital’s equipment as old, decrepit and dangerous: “To get new equipment, one had to be politically connected to the ‘levers of power.’” As the Director of Medical Imagining, his lofty title gave him no authority to perform. Unlike the United States, it often takes years to get new equipment.
Dr. Kurisko also described how he reviewed cases by posting x-rays on a screen, reviewing the images, taking them down, writing a report, and putting up another set – repeating the process for each of his 40,000 annual cases! When he asked for a rolloscope to improve efficiency, the hospital CEO said there was no money in the budget, but that he could contact the Ministry of Health (700 miles away) and plead a “special case.”
Dr. Kurisko, who left Canada to practice in Minnesota, also exposed two other Canadian healthcare fallacies – That, 1) problems can be fixed by raising their 43 percent federal and provincial taxes and, 2) medical outcomes are better for Canadians.
This show is well worth hearing and sending to your friends. I also plan to ask Mr. Weber about his $250/mo healthcare policy, which could save me over $6000 annually!
Saturday, November 10, 2007
This week, the City of Los Angeles continued to appeal the $15 million verdict awarded to three LAPD officers after LA’s former police chief and district attorney falsely charged them in the 1996 Rampart Scandal. (audio download)
Since 1980, LA’s politicians have crippled the LAPD by forcing some marginally competent (and some criminal) recruits into department ranks, under the pretext of diversity, to undermine the integrity of the LAPD. They did this because a crippled LAPD is less likely to find time to investigate the Mayor, City Council, or their shady friends (i.e., campaign contributors).
So when several of his criminal cops robbed banks, planted evidence, shot and framed innocent residents, LAPD Chief Bernard Parks’ convinced District Attorney Gil Garcetti to blame innocent cops as a public relations stunt – precisely what Mike Nifong was convicted of doing to Duke’s lacrosse players.
In his presentation to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Attorney Edward Horowitz did what he could for LA taxpayers, while plaintiff’s attorney Jeffrey Ehrlich cut to the chase:
“(Chief Parks and his subordinates) hounded the District Attorney to file charges. The Chief made his agenda clear: "'We need to have a trial for public relations purposes…’ And when the DA said we’ll lose’ the Chief said it didn’t matter because the purpose of the trial wasn’t to gain a conviction - it was to make it appear to the public that the LAPD was (ridding itself of bad cops).”
Unlike most cops, I know what it’s like to be Nifonged by LA’s leftist political predators. Those cops deserve every penny of their $5 million verdict, and every American taxpayer should know their story and why it happened.
Kudos to Attorney Etan Lorant and his team. God bless the falsely accused LAPD officers, and may Bernard Parks, Warren Christopher, Mike Nifong, and their defenders reside in the hell they ALL so richly deserve.
Note: While Mike Nifong was convicted and stripped of his law license, Gil Garcetti recently headed LA’s Ethics Commission. Bernard Parks is a City Councilman.
Saturday, November 03, 2007
Once again, Zombietime accompanies the Democrat base of sagging, drug-addled, road-weary hippies and moonbats who seek relevance for their wasted lives by joining this San Francisco anti-war rally.
They are the children they never had…
When a doctor repairs a minor cut, he can bill your insurance company a few hundred dollars. But if your cut becomes infected, he can charge your insurer thousands of dollars to help you recover. And if you do recover, you’re likely to tell your friends how the hospital saved your life!
After legislators forced hospitals to treat illegal aliens and other uninsured people, health care providers were forced to find alternative sources of income to remain solvent.
With staph infections and other complications on the increase inside America’s hospitals, is it possible that providers like Cedars Sinai, Kaiser, and St. Joseph are profiting from malpractice? And if not, why do hospitals retaliate against physicians who report malpractice?
Dr. Gil Mileikowsky, director and founder of the Alliance for Patient Safety, speaks out on the status of health care in the United States. His comments are chilling:
You'll find the rest of the series HERE.
For more information on the status of our health care industry, read Coronary and Critical Condition.
Friday, November 02, 2007
Although conservative bloggers like Cinnamon Stillwell regularly attract hostile moonbats, I’ve never heard one so clearly articulate the DNC's party platform.
I hope you rot with your friends Bush and Cheney. Get out of San Francisco you do not belong here you fascist. Your "conservative" voice will hopefully be classified as hate speech in a new America that will be ushered in with a Democratic president and veto proof Democrat congress in 2008. They will appoint the judges to the supreme court that will redefine free speech. Your time is coming. Free speech will remain protected but conservative positions such as your amount to hate speech that WILL BE OUTLAWED. I hope to help ensure you end up in jail to be reeducated with your friends Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter. Leave San Francisco now or you will be rounded up with your filthy hater conservative friends. Go to hell monster.
Simply stated, if we don’t become nice peaceful liberals like this, they plan to imprison or re-educate us. Charming…
Posted by ex-Hollywood Liberal at 10:40 AM
Thursday, November 01, 2007
This week, when the University of Delaware reported that all whites are racist, I thought about the first time I was accused.
It was during my 8th grade history class when Ms. Lombardo told us that whites had enslaved blacks. She said that because we had benefitted from generations of slavery, we were racist.
The revelation troubled me a great deal. After all, my Republican ancestors had volunteered to end the slavery of men, women, and children that democrats had argued were their own private property and livestock. Some of my ancestors were injured and killed in the war. News of my bigotry saddened me.
The Drinking Fountain
I hadn’t felt that depressed since I was caught drinking from the middle fountain at Newcastle Elementary School.
One of the wrong girls had sipped from that fountain and, the instant my classmates saw that I’d touched the same knob, they spread the news throughout the entire playground! I wasn’t sure what had happened, but the consensus of laughter and ridicule made it clear that I now suffered a severe case of the cooties.
I rushed home in tears to my mother, only to have her laugh and tell me to go play.
But a strange and wonderful thing happened when I returned to school the next week. I discovered that by joining the anti-cootie coalition and not being friendly to certain classmates, I could inoculate myself against further cootie outbreaks. None of this made sense to me, but I was too desperate for the cure to ask questions.
After graduating high school, I lived and traveled all over the world. I learned other languages, participated in local customs and festivals, and married a Hindu girl from West Bengal. She raised our children while I served as an LA cop in the low-income neighborhoods I felt needed me most.
Sometime after 1994, the LAPD sent us to LA’s Museum of Tolerance for sensitivity and diversity training. After spending most of my life in service of people from all over the world, I was peeved that Democrats, who forced LA’s low income minorities to endure the worst pollution, schools, traffic, crime, and economic opportunities since the 1950s, now required ME to attend THEIR re-education camp.
Happily, the day wasn’t a complete waste. Docent George Brown gave an inspirational presentation of his experience inside Germany’s concentration camps. He spoke of his family’s extermination, his survival and eventual immigration to New York. He described the mobsters who robbed him and the long climb from his days as a penniless immigrant to eventually find success, love, and happiness.
He also described how, in an early act of social extortion, Angela Davis picketed his laundry and accused him of racism because he hadn’t hired enough black employees to satisfy her.
“What do you mean I’m a racist?” he cried. He confronted Davis and the picketers and described his nightmarish childhood. When he showed his tattoo, she took down her signs and left.
I raised my hand from the audience and asked, “What would you have told her if you were just another white guy like me?”
George replied, “I would’ve told her to F--- OFF!”
The room erupted in laughter.
Politics of Conflict
To understand why democrats accuse others of racism, it helps to think like a child. Like many children, I sometimes squabbled with my siblings and, sometimes, turned physical. Eventually someone would yell:
“Clark hit me!”
“Clark!” scolded my father, “Did you hit your brother?”
“He hit me first!”
Although I was new to the politics of sibling conflict, I discovered that I could place others on the defense by accusing them of being as bad (or worse) than I was. My brother was bigger and older than me and, because evidence and time prevented a thorough investigation, my false accusation sometimes did more damage than my actual assault – as long as I was careful not to get caught or develop a pattern.
This strategy is similar to that used by criminal defendants, and taught in public schools and universities. With active support of the pro-democrat media, it’s also quite destructive. Juries acquit career predators and award undeserved tax revenues to them, while the falsely accused are forced to attend re-education clinics to change the way they think. Graduates of these clinics behave differently not because they’ve learned anything, but to avoid more torture by insipid liberalism.
The long sordid racist history of America’s Democrat Party is indisputable. In fact, it is so shameful that the DNC’s own website doesn’t mention their promotion of slavery, the Civil War, Jim Crow, the KKK, or the MANY other acts committed from 1820 (Missouri Compromise) through 1957, when Senate Democrats again blocked (Republican) President Eisenhower’s Civil Rights Bill.
And if you think Democrats changed their racist ways, ask yourself how democrats who supported segregation and Jim Crow in 1957 suddenly change their minds in 1958 or 1967? Can anyone say that blacks schooled by democrat-controlled union teachers today receive a better education than they did before Republicans forced desegregation in 1954?
That kind of change doesn’t occur in re-education classes. That sudden embrace of Republican ideals is as likely as OJ Simpson establishing a domestic violence think tank.
But it worked! What better way to transfer the Democrat Party’s well-deserved guilt than by forcing young impressionable children and college students to accept blame for centuries of the Democrat Party’s own depravity?
Like most public schools and universities, the University of Delaware program is just the latest scam. Schools and agencies all over America falsely accuse innocent and impressionable young Americans of contracting racial cooties before subjecting them to undeserved ridicule that can only be cured with equally inert placebos.
And as attractive as the placebo may sound, it’s far healthier for Americas to demand an end to the extortion and fraud that perpetuates America’s great cootie outbreak.
Feb 23, 1915 - Nov 1, 2007
When questioned about rumors that suggested he felt great remorse after he dropped the Atomic Bomb in Japan in 1945 he said that, under the same circumstances, “Hell ya, I’d do it again!”
Are you listening, Islamic mullahs?
If Muslims cannot reform themselves, prepare to be reformed by others.