When I saw the "Hate Has No Home Here" yard signs around the neighborhood, I was not especially surprised. We can be quite stupid. So, I thought, "here is another educational opportunity." I started with a little research. The first thing I saw was websites trying to sell the yard signs. Then I saw articles... Continue Reading →
Though there were glitches, the opening of PWC (Prince William County) schools was virtually amazing—pun intended! Dr. Walts praised administrators, teachers and all staff at each school for their hard work and dedication in preparing for September 8. Though there were some issues with the Zoom and CANVAS software programs, students signed on and were able to make immediate adjustments to the new learning environment.
Something sad that came out in discussion from community commenters is that some children did not turn on their cameras so they could be seen—because they’re embarrassed about their living conditions. Yet, teachers find it’s easier to instruct live faces. The Board is looking into backgrounds that those students can display behind them, so their cameras can be turned on with the rest of the class.
To make the roll-out smoother for all students, over 44,000 learning devices were handed out for remote learning. In…
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When I went jogging yesterday I noticed that people are already putting up Halloween decorations. It is not even October yet! Since the political season is now at full gallop, that started me thinking. When compared to Conservative, tradition observing Americans, how do Liberal/Progressive Democrats celebrate holidays? New Year’s Day: Liberal/Progressive Democrats drink hangover medications.... Continue Reading →
It is one of those things a citizen of the United States would almost have to be dead not to notice. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died. Here was the initial reaction from several Liberal news media publications.
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court’s Feminist Icon, Is Dead at 87 (nytimes.com)
- READ: Supreme Court announces Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death (cnn.com)
- Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion Of Gender Equality, Dies At 87 (npr.org)
- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was shaped by her minority faith and passionate about Judaism’s concern for justice (chicagotribune.com)
How is the battle to replace Ginsburg shaping up? Here is the Liberal perspective again.
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