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Wisconsin School Employee Makes Threatening Phone Call to Business for Selling Gas to GOPer
by Doug Powers
April 22, 2011
Maybe the caller was only trying to make sure the pumps were clear in case any Wisconsin Senate fleebaggers needed to top off the tank for another escape to Illinois.
As it turns out, the person in question wasn't even the Senator, but rather his brother - which according to established threat etiquette means the school employee should have instead had her sister make the call... at least I think that's what the protocol should have been.
Wisconsin Watch: Partisan calls from...a hospital?; Plus: UW fake sick-note doctors to "face penalties"
by Michelle Malkin
April 26, 2011
The Wisconsin GOP reports that Democrats in the Bay State are "using a fraudulent tactic to harass and intimidate constituents who favor recalling Democrat Senator Dave Hansen of Green Bay."
Somehow, calls are being placed in the name of "Bay Care Aurora" - a local hospital - by left-wing activists targeting voters who signed petitions to recall fleebagger state Sen. Hansen...
With First 5 Under Attack California's Kids Will Lose Out
Consumer Electronics Net
by Jessica Mihaly
April 28, 2009
With the state's budget in crisis, legislators are turning to any resource to pay the state's bills. First 5 to lose upwards of $1.6 billion.
First 5 Sacramento supports the Sacramento Crisis Nursery a county program that seeks to prevent child abuse and neglect by providing support, food, shelter and counseling to families in times of crisis. In Santa Clara County, First 5 provided $750,000 in matching money to help the Family Court win a five-year, $3.7 million federal grant to create a program for drug addicted mothers and pregnant women.
With One Word, Children's Book Sets Off Uproar
New York Times
by Julie Bosman
February 18, 2007
The word "scrotum" is on the first page of "The Higher Power of Lucky," a book that won a prestigious award.
A Newbery-winning book has been banned from some school libraries around the country. Susan Patron, the author of the book and a librarian, said the controversial word was just part of the character's learning about body parts.
With Racial Prejudice Toward None
News With Views
by Rabbi Nachum Shifren
February 6, 2010
Los Angeles -- My classroom lay in ashes. The acrid smell of asbestos permeated the thick air in the "C" building, where police had cordoned off the area with bright yellow tape, forbidding the entry of staff and students.
The entire wing of our language building would be closed for an entire six weeks. Collateral damage done to the adjacent classrooms meant that a slew of teachers would be "traveling", juggling books, tests, overhead transparencies, and supplies, like gypsies, bivouacking through lunch areas, track bleachers, even lawn areas of the senior quad.
Woman abandons home to escape public schools
by Bob Unruh
December 20, 2007
A Utah woman who was ordered by a juvenile court judge to enroll her children in public school or lose custody of them has abandoned her home, furniture and other possessions to escape the order.
Denise Mafi, a nine-year veteran of homeschooling, has confirmed to WND she and her children packed up their essentials - clothes and homeschool materials - and fled Utah over the weekend, spending more than 50 hours on a bus trip to another undisclosed part of the country.
Woman accused of faking Special Ed credentials held on $200,000 bond
by Steve Kobak
March 31, 2010
The woman accused of lying about her credentials and deceiving parents of autistic students and duping the city out of thousands of dollars appeared in Norwalk Superior Court today.
Stacy Lore, 33, of Carmel, N.Y., was charged with three counts each of second-degree forgery, first-degree larceny and criminal impersonation. Her bond was set at $200,000 and her case was transfered to the Part A dockett at Stamford Superior Court. Her next court appearance is scheduled for April 14.
Woman arrested in college classroom
San Diego Union-Tribune (CA)
by John Berhman
August 27, 2005
A woman who tried to sign up her 10-year-old son for a cinema-appreciation class at Palomar College yesterday ended up being handcuffed, hauled away by campus police and charged with trespassing.
The woman, Claire Bennett, 47, of San Marcos, said she registered for the class previously and was told that she could register her son, Jonathan, on the first day of class. She described her son as a "film savant" and said neither she nor her husband, Russell, has any problem with his watching R-rated movies.
Woman charged with child, animal sex back at work
July 14, 2014
A woman charged with performing sexual acts involving two pets and forcing a 6-year-old-boy to perform sex acts on her is back at work as a deputy director at the Centers for Disease Control.
Kimberly Quinlan Lindsey, 44, is the deputy director of the CDC's Laboratory Science, Policy and Practice Program Office (LSPPPO). She is charged with multiple counts of child molestation and one count of bestiality, according to CBS affiliate WGCL in Atlanta.
Lindsey was arrested October 10 following a six-week investigation by the DeKalb County police. Police say they unearthed evidence that a 6-year-old boy was involved in sex acts with Lindsey and her boyfriend Thomas Westerman, a fellow CDC employee who is also charged in the case. The child molestation allegedly took place between January and August of 2010 at Lindsey's home in Decatur, Ga.
Woman charged with perjury
by T. Colleen Morgan
July 16, 2011
A Bridgewater bookkeeper who is facing embezzlement charges for allegedly taking almost $86,000 from the private Canterbury School in New Milford while she worked there-to finance the renovation of her Keeler Road home-was charged with perjury last week.
According to an arrest warrant affidavit on file in the Litchfield Superior Court, Deborah Wilmot was charged with perjury May 11 after an assistant state's attorney discovered that the defendant in the embezzlement case allegedly did not tell the truth in court while she was under oath.
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