I read in the paper that we only have two more weeks of listening to Joe Namath. I’ll be glad when that’s over.
Oh the noise
If you have a mega school, you have mega things to consider. Lunch for instance. Being able to feed 3,000 students in a little over two hours would be a very daunting task. Think of the space; think of the daily prep and cooking; the noise. Yes, these would be high school students who might have an open campus for lunch, but if this mega building is situated far from restaurants, student drivers must be considerate for safety as so many leave campus at once in a hurry to get somewhere and to return to class on time.
With all of these models St. Joseph School District is proposing, what are the program changes being considered, or likely, with each of them?
There was no reason for the Republicans to walk out of the hearing on Friday with their heads hanging in shame. They could have, however, walked out because of the circus and the sham that Schiff and the Democrats are putting on, wasting more taxpayers’ money and totally disregarding the job they were elected to do.
This is an honest question with no malice. Why do conservatives always sound so much meaner than liberals? Steve Booher’s columns are always much harsher than Ken Newton’s. And Sean Hannity sounds so much more hateful than Rachel Maddow. I just don't understand.
All you have to do is Google the words “surgeries on unborn babies.” Be prepared. It’s amazing. Top hospitals and surgeons are doing fetal surgery, which is a procedure performed on an unborn baby in the uterus to help improve the long-term outcome of children with specific birth defects. It's ironic that in one surgery room you have doctors saving an unborn baby, and in the same hospital, doctors taking lives of the unborn saying, “it's not a baby.” One of these is a lie. You can’t have it both ways.
In response to the ping poll: I'm retired. I’ve watched every minute of the impeachment hearings. And I was amazed when I turned to the Fox News channel that they heard exactly the opposite of what I heard.