Monday, May 21, 2018


Police Chief Art Acevedo of Houston, center, walking with demonstrators during a “March for Our Lives” protest in March. After a school shooting in Santa Fe, Tex., on Friday, he wrote on Facebook that he had hit “rock bottom” about inaction on gun control.CreditDavid J. Phillip/Associated Press
Profs Joshua Dubler and Vincent Lloyd 
Locking any human being in a cage is a moral abomination -- Guardian
Carol Burris, executive director of the Network for Public Education
Peter Cunningham tells us not to blame any of the reforms he and his team of bloggers espouse.  In 2016, he told us what we need is “more rigor” and higher standards when twelfth-grade NAEP scores came out. On April 20, 2018, like Duncan, Cunningham blamed politics — specifically unions and local boards of education — for the lackluster NAEP scores.  --Washington Post
Sally Yates
 "There should be consequences when leaders feel they are not even loosely tethered to the truth. But when we normalize this..." -- CBS News
 Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo 
“I know some have strong feelings about gun rights but I want you to know I’ve hit rock bottom and I am not interested in your views as it pertains to this issue." -- Facebook post
Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala.
Rocks falling into oceans, not climate, causing seas to rise. "And every time you have that soil or rock whatever it is that is deposited into the seas, that forces the sea levels to rise. Because now you’ve got less space in those oceans because the bottom is moving up." -- USA Today

And then there's this from the school "reformers"...
I should remind Mr. Duncan that his family is already "boycotting" Chicago Public Schools.

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