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Student who refuses to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance expelled, Texas attorney general backs school

After a student was expelled for refusing to stand for her school’s Pledge of Allegiance, the Texas Attorney General is intervening.
Student who refuses to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance expelled, Texas attorney general backs school

This was settled by the supreme court in 1943 “West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette” Students can NOT be required to say the pledge.

I was a real Republican, before the 'wingnuts' took over my party


About the same time the Trump administration had perfected its cruelty against families and children, the Hamilton County Republican Party in Cincinnati decided to hand out bumper stickers proclaiming, “Trump 2020.
via I was a real Republican, before the ‘wingnuts’ took over my party
These articles are disapointing. The wingnuts took over your party in the mid 1990s. It just took you this long to notice.

President Trump warns if Democrats win midterms he will be impeached


President Donald Trump at a Michigan rally warns Republicans to maintain the House Majority, otherwise he would face impeachment. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more. Buzz60
via President Trump warns if Democrats win midterms he will be impeached
Guy who promised his supporters he would use an extra-constitutional process to jail a political opponent is upset at the idea of a constitutional process being used on him.

Buoyed by bigger breasts

Log onto implantinfo.com, and you’ll see postings from lots of women such as Munro, a 36-year-old married mother of two who lives in Moorhead, Minn., just across the Red River from Fargo, N.D. Once the domain of strippers and starlets, breast augmentation appears to be catching on with increasing numbers of soccer moms.
From USATODAY.com

Are big fake boobs the new, slightly more rebellious version of the tattoo or nose ring? When cosmetic surgery allows us all to look conventially pretty, will ugliness be the new rebellious thing to do? Will people add scars and pock-marks to show how cool they are?

fact checking

I have no idea whose sick mind conceived the false, malicious “biography” that appeared under my name for 132 days on Wikipedia, the popular, on line, free encyclopedia whose authors are unknown and virtually untraceable. There was more:
Interesting story on how mis-statements can become facts.