Daily Archives: February 22, 2018

Radiologist Who Treated Victims of Parkland Shooting Explains Why the AR-15 Is More Deadly than a Handgun

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
? This article in The Atlantic was written by a radiologist who treated victims of the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. In a typical handgun injury that I diagnose…

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Educators Required to Report but CPS not Required to Investigate

During the first week of February two, yes two different elementary school principals with Wichita Fallas ISD were arrested for failing to report suspected child abuse. The first principal was Kory Fancher Dorman and the second was Cindy Sue Underwood. I find both … Continue reading

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Arthur Goldstein: I’m a Teacher and I Don’t Want a Gun

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
? ? Arthur Goldstein dissects Trump’s idotic plan to arm teachers and explains why he doesn’t want to be armed. He has his hands full being a teacher. Trump is pandering to the…

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Destroy Public Education (DPE) for Dummies

Originally posted on tultican:
America’s public education system is being deliberately destroyed. If you graduated from high school in the 1950’s, 60’s, 70’s or 80’s, it is such an unthinkable concept that it is difficult to even imagine. Not only…

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La. Teacher Thrown to Ground and Cuffed at School Board Meeting: Follow-Up

In January 2018, Vermillion Parish (Louisiana) teacher Deyshia Hargrave was forcefully thrown to the ground and cuffed at a school board meeting. The officer, Reggie Hilts, was sued in 2012 for using excessive force. A few days later, district superintendent … Continue reading

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I Exercised My Right to Vote Today

Today was an early voting day in Texas. Usually, I don’t vote in the primaries, I reserve my vote for the general election. I usually do not vote for a particular party, but today I voted in the Republican Primary … Continue reading

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