Remember how some parents in one of Texas's richest school districts were complaining that a book about poor people was being taught in an advanced placement English class? The parents were upset because David K. Shipler's The Working Poor: Invisible in America
It part of &quot;The One Star State&quot; motif. One parent can stop a book. One former President can shame the entire state.
I thought Marxist socialist states forced vaccines on everybody . . . but all of the kids in that drawing have measles.
Wing nuts vastly overestimate the power of schools. I am old enough to have recited school prayers, daily Pledge of Allegiance, watched all-white teevee, and lived through decades of Red Scare. And look how I turned out. (I turned out <i>great</i>, OK?)
Beat, Dick, beat!
Aren&#039;t they? - all Faux Noise viewers ever
I bet her kids are just super, super popular, the kind of kid who would never ever bring up tiresome Libertardian philosophy at the lunch table.
Ditching the effort to resolve the problem shows a lot of moral backbone.
If we all opted out of current processes because we &quot;do not have faith&quot; in them...
She&#039;s a crusader, until it appears she may not prevail. Then she runs away.
The Nooge must be crushing on her already.
You can&#039;t write well about social issues! Everybody knows that.
And why is it no surprise that she couldn&#039;t manage to cite a couple examples of &quot;great literature&quot; ?
God forbid they turn away from <a href="http://www.dailymail.co.uk/..." target="_blank">" rel="nofollow noopener" title="http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2691758...">http://www.dailymail.co.uk/....
I was thinking more like &quot;Sarah Palin would be President.&quot; But your snark, it stings more.
It&#039;s a pity she was too self-absorbed to learn about quaint concepts such as &quot;evidence&quot; or &quot;proof&quot;.
Also split ends.
Plus lower taxes and less regulation of chemical plants.