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#11 AOC Cries for Israel, Psaki – ‘Republicans Don’t Care About the Boarder,’ LIBS OF TIKTOK Why Do Teachers Come Out To Their Students?

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(NY POST) AOC dragged for ‘bad theater’ after crying over Iron Dome vote

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is being dragged for “bad theater” after she appeared to break down on the House floor just moments after she voted “present” on an effort to provide $1 billion in funding for Israel’s Iron Dome.

(WHITE HOUSE) “There are a lot of Republicans out there giving speeches about how outraged they are about the situation at the border, not many who are putting forward solutions. So, we’re a little tired of the speeches.”

(KC STAR) IRONY. KC Star editorial board uses “a small group of students” to advocate teaching kids how to be racists

(After a small groups of circulated an online petition calling for a return of slavery, the KC Star advocates that teaching kids to see each other for their skin color is a good idea.)

Circulating the petition is more than hurtful to their schoolmates — it’s scary. Either these students have no idea what chattel slavery in this country looked like, or they do and therefore lack any understanding of basic sensitivity to their fellow humans.

In either case, education is in order. And that can’t just come from teachers. Parents and the larger community must play a role here, too.

Since 2015, the district — where about 66% of the students are white — has been training teachers and staff in cultural competency and “to create classrooms that are culturally responsive so that all students feel safe,” said Nicole Kirby, Park Hill’s spokeswoman.

WHY are teachers feeling the need to come out as LGBTQI OUoiJLJBKGH to our kids in the classrooms that our tax dollars and salaries are paying for?
@liberalsoftiktoc on twitter and @libsoftiktok on Instagram.

Paul Curtman is a veteran of the U. S. Marine Corps, an author, conference speaker, and statesman. For nearly 20 years, Paul has helped lead and develop leaders in the United States military, public service sectors, and business. Paul is a strong advocate for personal and economic freedom as well as the strength and integrity of the free market system. He is a Fellow at Club for Growth in Washington D.C. and currently lives in Missouri with his wife, Ruth, and their four children.
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