Hold on...I just saw this. Someone called me "weird"? The nerve!
Dan, can you be a voice for the voiceless. Pre-borns are in fact humans
...even the US supreme court has indicated this fact.
We need voices for the voiceless. Please, thank you, Good Luck.
@Hannah Gomez-- I overheard a sales person at the Nook counter in my Barnes & Noble tell a potential customer that if she needed help with learning how to use the Nook, or had technical issues, she could just go to any public library, where the staff would help her figure it out. Pretty slick for B&N! Just outsource your technical support to the public library at no cost to yourself! Apropos to this discussion, this is just another example of how a myriad of people and institutions expect to extract all kinds of support and services from the library but generally don't want to pay for them. HB 2379 is either a misguided attempt to get a rein on government spending or a conscious effort to kill the library. Either way, it's bad legislation.
Why do the Repuglicans believe that it is their God-given right to interfere with womens health subjects? If they haven't got anything else to do (other than trying to defund Obamacare) or any causes to champion (that are truely worth their effort), they should sit down, shut up, and stop trying to institute rules and regulations over things that are of no concern to them. Better yet, just resign and let the democratic process take care of anything they think is amiss.
"...people of good faith..." Just what are you really saying, Tobin?
I look forward to the time when this type of announcement is no longer news. It really should not concern anyone but the individuals themselves.
Seems pretty straight forward. If you run a medical facility, you have to maintain a certain level of care and cleanliness or you get shut down by the State. The State has the right to inspect to ascertain that those standards are met. Abortion clinics are medical facilities with licensed practitioners. We know from the Dr Gosnell clinic in PA that when clinics are given the right to ignore the rules because abortion is " special" , they become unsanitary death houses. So treat them like any other medical facility.
I began teaching in 1969 during which time we struggled with SLO's which were very similar to the Common Core standards. Since then I have taught thru several variations of the same thing. I do not believe a "one size fits all" approach is good in this changing world, however, I do maintain that all public school students must be taught to read, write and do math. After that, let's let our wonderful, skilled teachers teach!
Substituting letters for numbers? Next thing you know they'll be doing Algebra. And we all know that's Muslim.
" whether a one-size-fits-all approach works for students with different socioeconomic backgrounds in different parts of the country"
It doesn't. In fact, a "one-size-fits-all" approach won't work even within a single classroom. But apparently we need to keep pretending we can apply manufacturing techniques to human beings.
Steve Gallardo is a rock solid advocate for his rightful constituents in the state senate.
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