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EXPOSED: NYT Caught EDITING, DISTORTING Clive Bundy’s remarks! See full clip.

EXPOSED: NYT Caught EDITING, DISTORTING Clive Bundy’s remarks! See full clip.

  Okay, in my recent post entitled, “NYT Brings the Race Card into Bundy Ranch Standoff to Distract from Govt Land Grab”, I stated that I would not revisit this smear campaign and attempt to distraction attention away from the federal government land grab and Harry Reid’s was on Cliven Bundy. However, being a firm […]

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Eric Holder Not Welcome In Oklahoma City, cancels visit

Eric Holder Not Welcome In Oklahoma City, cancels visit

The Washington time is reporting Eric Holder has cancelled a scheduled speech to the City’s Police Academy after protests against the city allowing him to speak   By Kelly Riddell  The Washington Times .  Attorney General Eric Holder cancelled his appearance before the Oklahoma City Police Department’s graduating cadet class Thursday amid angry protests over his scheduled visit. Mr. […]

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NYT Brings the Race Card into Bundy Ranch Standoff to Distract from Govt Land Grab

NYT Brings the Race Card into Bundy Ranch Standoff to Distract from Govt Land Grab

  Progressives are so predictable. Apparently, a reporter and photographer from the New York Times decided to show up last weekend at Cliven Bundy’s ranch for Bundy’s daily conference. The fact that the NYT popped up on the scene should have set off alarm bells and warnings with someone, anyone but it did not. Bundy […]

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The short-list

The short-list

By Sarge A slug is a tough-skinned terrestrial mollusk typically lacking a shell and secretes a film of mucosal slime for protection. It can be a serious pest. The secondary definition is a slow, lazy person also described as a sluggard. This would fit many of the people chosen to be secondary level participants in bureaucracy; […]

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The Law: “What Difference Does it Make”? Are the Elites Wanting to Restructure Public Education?

The Law: “What Difference Does it Make”? Are the Elites Wanting to Restructure Public Education?

Many of  you know Fordham Institute’s stance on Common Core.  It loves it.  Loves it, loves it, loves it.  Michael Petrilli and Michael Brickman of Fordham have flown all the way from Washington DC to appear in legislative hearings to tell us how desperately Missouri needs the Common Core standards because they are so much better than […]

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“Smarts” in action

“Smarts” in action

By Sarge . Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory suggested what I’ve known for years: school teachers have NO control over what happens in their classrooms. Guillory is advocating legislation in Louisiana, through Senate Bill 652. It would give teachers who feel threatened or who feel they’re about to witness a fight a direct line to outside […]

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Who Will Win the Race? The Tortoise, the Hare, the Chinese, or the Americans?

Who Will Win the Race? The Tortoise, the Hare, the Chinese, or the Americans?

The “Tortoise and the Hare” is an Aesop fable about a hare who ridicules a slow-moving tortoise and challenges him to a race. The egotistical, pompous hare takes off and is so confident he will win, the hare decides to take a long nap. When the hare awakens he finds out, much to his dismay, […]

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In response

In response

BySarge   I occasionally receive commentary to my efforts. The following is a cut and paste derived from the website THE HAYRIDE: News and Commentary on Louisiana and National Politics. You could check it out. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it. My correspondent is listed with a photo as follows: Charles Foster Malloy • Janitor at […]

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Squeeze Play

Squeeze Play

  “I wish it need not have happened in my time,” said Frodo. “So do I,” said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” – J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring Jerry […]

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Milgram Says IN Attempt at a Rewrite is a Fail

Milgram Says IN Attempt at a Rewrite is a Fail

  Indiana attempted to gain control of their k-12 education standards by setting up a review panel to “fix” the common core standards. A lot of personal and political capital was expended to get Dr. James Milgram on that panel.  The rest of the political capital that was available was used to stack the committee […]

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The Epic Hypocrisy of Tom Steyer

The Epic Hypocrisy of Tom Steyer

  Powerline Blog Billionaire hedge fund operator and “green” energy magnate Tom Steyer has pledged $100 million in the 2014 election cycle to help Democratic candidates who oppose the Keystone pipeline and who favor “green” energy over fossil fuels. Steyer claims to be a man of principle who has no financial interest in the causes […]

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Quixote into the breach

Quixote into the breach

By Sarge The blank, white sheet of paper was replaced by the technologically advance, blank, white screen. It doesn’t get better with time. . But, I think I’m seeing a little bit of “color”, a little bit of the precious political lucre necessary to comment on. Mark Twain said: “If you don’t like the weather in […]

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School Board Member Needs a Lifeline to Answer Questions about Common Core

School Board Member Needs a Lifeline to Answer Questions about Common Core

. The president of the Columbia (MO) School Board was on a radio program talking about the Common Core support by the school board.  She referenced the regular talking points from CCSSO, NGA and Achieve but offered no facts on why this program would be successful.   FromColumbia School Board Discusses Common Core: . , You […]

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Thinking About You Miss Loopy-Lou…!

Thinking About You Miss Loopy-Lou…!

   . Loopy is going through radiation and another round of chemo.. so, I am making a post to cheer her up, although she looks pretty cheery to me after reading her tweets!  God bless you, Loopy.  Sorry I don’t get around as I used to, have had my own round of health issues so, […]

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