School violence in the United States has changed the way teachers, parents and students think about life in the classroom. Instead of just worrying about a Math test or English paper, some students and teachers now fear for their own personal safety.
John Bolton, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, called Snowden a “21st century equivalent of Benedict Arnold,” and added that “anyone who thinks Edward Snowden is a hero in unfit to serve.”
Davy Crockett’s wisdom in recognizing the heavy hand of the federal government and his courage in calling it out are not as legendary as his final hours on the walls of the Alamo, but they far more important. Sadly, the type of autocracy against which Crockett so valiantly fought has been retooled and re-engineered and now thrives in today’s America.
Remember the “soccer mom” campaign by Dem/Libs a few years back? Well, those soccer moms are now serving tea, but, now, their former champions are nowhere be found. Why is that?
According to Education Week (via 24/7 Wall Street), South Carolina is tied for having the 6th worst schools in the United States. It may be a great day in South Carolina, what with all those Smiling Faces and Beautiful Places, but things aren’t happy, happy, happy with our educational system.
I’m planning to move my family and extended family into Mexico for my health, and I would like to ask you to assist me.
We’re planning to simply walk across the border from the U.S. into Mexico, and we’ll need your help to make a few arrangements.
We plan to skip all the legal stuff like passports, immigration quotas and laws.
I’m sure they handle those things the same way you do here. So, would you mind telling your buddy, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, that I’m on my way over and that I will be expecting the following?: