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"... the economy sucks because corporations have offshored most decent jobs to China..." -------------------------------------- And why is that? Could it be that union wages and benefits have gotten to the point that Chinese wages look attractive? Could it be that the EPA, OSHA, and other alphabet agencies have imposed regulations that make the cost of doing business here too expensive? Could it be...?
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Open Legs and Closed Minds

Bob210 Wrote: Nov 04, 2014 6:24 PM
When are we gonna learn that "diversity" is "divisive?" Instead, we should be promoting shared American values, not diversity. That's the only way to bring us together.
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Choices We Don't Want Women To Make

Bob210 Wrote: Nov 04, 2014 6:16 PM
"... And that's not a choice we want Americans to make..." ----------------------------------- Of course not. We have to get those kids away from their families at as young an age as possible. So we can get them under government control and pour "progressive" ideas into their pliable little minds.
"... she is representing the government and needs to do what her supervisor says when it comes to speech..." ----------------------------------- Only when it comes to official policy -- and apparently there is no such prohibition in this case. Should she "do what her supervisor says" if her supervisor told her to say, "God damn America?"
I'm sorry, Mr. Kerry, the threat from Climate Change is NOTHING like ISIS. ISIS is a REAL threat, not a manufactured one.
"... 'If it’s an American flag – everybody is excited about it,' he said. 'But what if it’s the Nazi flag or another flag you might not be congruent with?'...” ----------------------------------- Easy. Change the rule to state that ONLY the American flag or the state flag may be flown from flagpoles. Problem solved.
Yes, but it was JOHN (Give Peace a Chance) Lenin.
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The Case Against Common Core

Bob210 Wrote: Sep 03, 2014 10:19 AM
How is that, in the 50's, we had the best educated students in the world? There was no federal Department of Education back then. Class sizes were typically 30-40 students. We didn't have Washington telling us what we could eat for lunch. Much of our learning was rote memorization. There were few, if any, highfalutin pedagogues opining absurd, new teaching theories. We didn't have NEARLY as many school administrators. There were no guidance counselors below the high school level. The kids weren't drugged with Ritalin. We played (gasp) dodge ball. And we were the best educated in the world. I wonder what happened?
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The Case Against Common Core

Bob210 Wrote: Sep 03, 2014 10:07 AM
I've often wondered... if we took the ineducable, inner-city thugs out of the equation, how does our education system compare THEN?
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