The famous Texas oilman H. L. Hunt was an avid supporter of the white supremacist John Birch Society, whose rally signs often warned that “Race mixing is communism.”
“In what world is this is an acceptable question/exercise to ask students to complete on the history of Native Americans in late 1800s US? Actually horrified,” tweets Hannah Wilkinson.
75% agreed that “socialism is a good idea, but it has failed in the past because it has been badly done.”
“We find it reprehensible for an educator to require a Holocaust denier to get equal treatment with the facts of history,” Robison said. “That’s absurd. It’s worse than absurd.”
A statement posted by Newberg Public Schools condemned the staffer’s actions and stated that she was on administrative leave following the incident.
Samsel tells the student, “You’re about ready to anger me and get the wrath of God. Do you believe me when I tell you that God has been speaking to me?”
“There is no conceivable way that these [records] will assist Remington in its defense, and the plaintiffs do not understand why Remington would invade the families’ privacy,” attorneys wrote.
The Wisconsin Democratic Party called the board’s decision “a vile attack on our children,” particularly children of color.
The Swigs quietly circulated a memo among key Capitol Hill figures, making the dubious case that debt cancellation at the executive level is illegal.
“Men, where are you? Men. Wake up, smell the coffee. Let’s go. Make men great again. Make men men again. Men, men!” Mr. Lynch really likes men, I guess?