Community college advocating dropping algebra as requirement for non-STEM majors.

Baltimore cop accidentally films himself planting drugs he later ‘discovers’ and uses to arrest some schmuck.

This is a terrible, terrible person doing terrible, terrible things to her children.  But what really bothers me is that a newspaper is willing to give her a platform from which to smear her children because they aren’t girls and they are no longer trusting their mother’s agenda.

Be more mindful about citing research by white men. Forget their creds, their research, their knowledge, their bonafides. Look at that doughy skin colour and cite somebody else not so melanin and chromosomeX challenged.

I don’t really care that San Francisco is banning chocolate milk from school lunches.  What interests me is in wondering where these same people stand on banning the use of SNAP card funds for purchasing chocolate milk, cokes, potato chips,  candy, and so on.

How the left hijacked the American Psychiatric Association. 

You must misgender your pets. They cannot speak for themselves and you don’t know how they perceive themselves.

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  1. Cat
    Posted July 21, 2017 at 9:26 pm | Permalink

    I think that last item about pets is bogus. That site is trying too hard to look like what you think it is. I may be wrong, but …

  2. T.J.
    Posted July 25, 2017 at 2:07 am | Permalink

    There’s a little more to the Baltimore story. The police commissioner held a press conference and showed additional video footage that indicated the officer did not originally plant the drugs, but was reenacting the event in order to have what he thought would be better “documentation” on his body cam (since we’re in a ‘video or it didn’t happen’ climate these days).

    Of course, that makes it only slightly better. Or actually perhaps worse, as falsifying the report now means that people who committed actual crimes are going to have their cases tossed out because this one police department gave itself a credibility problem.

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