The Democratic party held its first presidential primary debate Wednesday night with ten candidates on the stage, and another ten slated for the stage in tonight’s part two, and another six or so contenders are being left out of the mix. 638 more words
That sound you heard in Miami on Wednesday evening? El partido demócrata dando un fuerte giro a la izquierda. The screech of a Democratic Party swerving hard to the left. 1,083 more words
Welcome to the logical conclusion of what George McGovern wrought. This is the thirteenth presidential cycle since the Democratic Party changed their nomination rules for 1972 and upended how presidential candidates are chosen by their parties. 1,711 more words
Public School Finance Over Two Decades, in NYC And Elsewhere, Based on Census Bureau Data: Anyone Remember “School Reform”?
Remember school reform? The idea that funding for public schools, in New York City and across the country, would be increased, and in return the kind of education those schools were expected to provide would rise as well, even for poor and disadvantaged students. 9,748 more words
I wonder if they should call it “Brainless Monday.” But that would imply the presence of a brain elsewhere in the week.
Demonstrating once again that there is no aspect of life so mundane, so trivial, but that Democrats lust to control it, New York Mayor “Bill De Blasio” (real name, Warren Wilhelm Jr.) has announced that he will enforce “Meatless Monday” at all the city’s public schools ( 153 more words