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by Penny Starr

July 12, 2011

The head of the American Federation of Teachers on Monday complained about "those who blame teachers for everything that goes wrong in our schools... but do nothing to support us in our work."

In a speech at the AFT's conference in Washington, Randi Weingarten did not name names, but she did mention "so-called reformers" and those "on high" who try to improve education with "one-size-fits-all" remedies. "It's time to stop talking about the importance of teacher quality. It's time to start building a high-quality education system by cultivating high-quality educators-from excellent teacher colleges, with ample clinical experience, focused induction, and ongoing professional support throughout a teacher's career, in an environment that fosters respect." Weingarten called for "new reality," in which teaching becomes a "sustainable profession" rather than a "service project" or a temporary job.

usnews.com

by Nancy Pfotenhauer

December 6, 2011

Watch out for the reckless spending increases politicians will include in the upcoming omnibus bill.

To the uninitiated, omnibus is code for "political grab bag" and is the reward for our elected officials who could not get their jobs done according to the established budgetary process. House Republicans did their duty and passed a budget, but Senate Democrats have yet to do so (we're at about 900 days and counting, such is the quality of Sen. Harry Reid's leadership).

Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

February 10, 2012

If you aren't creeped out by the No Birth Control Left Behind rhetoric of the White House and Planned Parenthood, you aren't listening closely enough. The anesthetic of progressive benevolence always dulls the senses. Wake up.

When a bunch of wealthy white women and elite Washington bureaucrats defend the trampling of religious liberties in the name of "increased access" to "reproductive services" for "poor" women, the ghost of Margaret Sanger is cackling. As she wrote in her autobiography, Sanger founded Planned Parenthood in 1916 "to stop the multiplication of the unfit." This, she boasted, would be "the most important and greatest step towards race betterment."

Big Journalism

by Mary Chastain

March 1, 2012

Last week The Huffington Post published Larry Doyle's "satire" article "The Jesus-Eating Cult of Rick Santorum." It's a disgusting piece of bigotry that's disguised as satire.

I think Mr. Doyle should leave The Simpsons" and work on "South Park" where they perfectly nail satire every single week. I even enjoy their satire episodes on the Catholic Church. The best part about "South Park" though, is they are consistent and will go after everyone. No one is sacred.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Bryan Nash

August 30, 2012

Hurricane Isaac interfered with the Republican National Convention and resulted in a storm of tweets from liberals. Entertainers from "tolerant" Hollywood unleashed hateful messages aimed at those in Tampa, Fla., the site of the RNC.

Actress Ellen Barkin retweeted a message from one of her followers saying: "C'mon #Isaac! Wash every pro-life, anti-education, anti-woman, xenophobic, gay-bashing, racist SOB right into the ocean! #RNC." Samuel L. Jackson also got in on the action, tweeting that it was unfair that Hurricane Isaac missed the Republican convention, saying he didn't understand God's plan.

Hot Air

by Allahpundit

February 10, 2012

This is what democracy astroturf looks like.

That's Michelle Fields with the mic; the last time she tried to interview Occupiers in D.C., she was harassed so aggressively that she vowed never to bother with them again. The real smoking gun that these guys aren't part of the movement, I think, is that they're simply far too civil to be true believers.

weeklystandard.com

by Daniel Halper

May 16, 2012

The Republican Senate Budget Committee will release this new chart later today, showing that the "U.S. Spends More Per Person Than Portugal, Italy, Greece, Or Spain."

According to the chart, the U.S. spends $20,000 per person, while Italy spends $16,900, Spain $13,100, Greece $12,500, and Portugal $10,200.

Michelle Malkin

by Doug Powers

February 21, 2013

"We have put in place the toughest ethics laws and toughest transparency rules of any administration in history" - Barack Obama

Protecting the environment for some reason seems to necessitate maintaining a complex web of email accounts and aliases. Former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson - if that's her real name - had already admitted to using the pseudonym "Richard Windsor" on a separate government email account that she used in addition to her own. It's now been discovered that Jackson-Windsor also used a third email account for department business, this one not even connected in any way to the EPA...

breitbart.com

by John Nolte

September 6, 2012

One of the ways in which President Obama was able to win states such as North Carolina and Indiana in 2008, was through an unprecedented turnout among blacks, who were obviously and understandably inspired to vote for America's first black president.

But today, with his approval ratings stubbornly stuck at 47 to 48%, Obama knows he's going to need a similar explosion of black support if he's going to have any chance at all for a second term. But when you're a failed president whose only impact on black Americans has been to increase their unemployment rate and side against them on the issue of same-sex marriage, this is not a group Obama's going to be able to inspire as easily. So, as we've seen for months now and during the last two nights of the Charlotte convention, Obama is running a base campaign, a "devil you know" campaign that says, "If I can't get you to come out and vote for me, I can damn well get you to vote against the other guy."

ijreview.com

August 10, 2013

Repeat a lie often enough and it becomes true?

The Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman docudrama continues. This time, in the Florida State Capitol Building, where Friday, a 10-foot mural was unveiled. It carries the message: "We are all Trayvon Martin." As reported by clickorlando.com, the mural shows a man who looks similar to George Zimmerman, with gun blazing, shooting a person wearing a hoodie - in the back of the head. Trayvon - er - "the person wearing a hoodie" - is standing next to Martin Luther King, Jr.

      
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