School Board Fights to Preserve Bathroom Policy After Judge OKs Trans Student’s Lawsuit Kevin Daley / June 04, 2018 A Virginia public school district will pursue an appeal after a federal judge ruled that a transgender student can challenge the district’s bathroom access policies under federal civil rights law and the Constitution. Gloucester County Public Schools asked U.S. District Court Judge Arenda» Read more
US Senator Ted Cruz Says Media Is Avoiding Santa Fe School Shooting Because Texas Students Don’t Want Gun Control
I’m not going to defend the indefensible. But what Texans are interested in, they’re not interested in the latest clutch-my-pearls scandal in Washington. They’re interested in real results. More jobs, higher wages, more opportunity, protect our rights.
That’s my focus, and I’ve been very encouraged that the Trump administration, over and over again, the president has been willing to make the right decision after hearing counsel from a lot of people.» Read more
One Time Congress Tried to Prevent a President From Firing Someone, It Ended in Impeachment – President Andrew Johnson 🔥 President Donald Trump
While the nation’s first impeachment of a president was rooted in deep political divisions, it also was based on technical legal grounds.
Congress overrode Johnson’s veto of the Tenure of Office Act, largely as a way to control implementation of Reconstruction policy.» Read more
The seven panelists Preston had lined up were removed from the schedule.
On the day before the hearing, Preston said he was forced to attend a two-hour meeting with the superintendent and the families of the victims to discuss his report.
“I was denied the right to have an attorney present. I was refused the opportunity to record the meeting, and I was told this was because the superintendent wouldn’t have any representation of his own,” Preston said.» Read more
“The attorney general made a terrible mistake when he did this, and when he recused himself,” Trump said of Sessions at the White House before meeting with military leaders. “Or he should have certainly let us know if he was going to recuse himself, and we would have used a—put a different attorney general in. So, he made what I consider to be a very terrible mistake for the country.”
McCarthy initially opposed Sessions’ recusal primarily for its timing, asserting that at the time the Russia probe was a counterintelligence matter.» Read more
Parkland – This Incident Shows How Heeding Warning Signs of a School Shooter Works Better Than Gun Control
Authorities failed to connect the dots through years of bad behavior, incidents on and off campus, as well as reports from concerned citizens that the shooter was displaying worrisome behavior.
According to a CNN report, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooter even used to introduce himself to people by saying, “Hi, I’m Nick. I’m a school shooter.”
He should never have been able to pass a background check when he acquired his weapon if he had any kind of criminal record that seemed to be highly warranted.» Read more
Obama’s Healing circles, obstacle courses, and other self-esteem building exercises, enabled Nikolas Cruz Murder Rampage AKA the PROMISE Program Rush Limbaugh Explains
And school districts didn’t care. They got money for everyone they ignored. That’s how the grant process worked. Now, as for Superintendent Runcie, back in 2015, he was invited to join Obama’s White House School Discipline Summit “to share his secrets to success in lowering student arrests and suspensions.”» Read more
Though many Americans see pure democracy as an unqualified blessing, the Founding Fathers had reservations. They created our republican system of government with a certain amount of democratic control, but with checks on pure majoritarianism.» Read more
I’ll tell you, for every one student that came out publicly supportive of the bill, there was at least 30, if not more, students who support it. But because of the anti-gun opposition, which is so organized and so well-funded, has been so just vitriolic about it, they’re scared to come out.» Read more
Grassley-Graham Memo Informs Our Understanding of Nunes Memo
Attached to that referral letter was an eight-page classified memorandum (“Grassley/Graham memo”) setting forth the basis for the referral. Wray, very much to his credit, has declassified much (but not all) of the information in that memorandum, which has now been released.» Read more