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Trump 2016 Strikes Emory University…Again!

PV, Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

Rumors have it that the precious little snowflakes who inhabit the campus of Emory University are no longer feeling the idyllic beatitude they signed-up to experience…nay, apparently, a cloud of pallor has wafted over the campus and invaded their safe spaces. Here, forthwith, is a copy of the emailed letter sent out on November 21 […]

Nancy Jester Campaign: Fascists Extraordinaire

Bill Simon, Thursday, May 1st, 2014

Introduction Back on March 17th, 2014 a Political Boxers email was issued that covered an event dealing with the Nancy Jester campaign for State School Superintendent. (See here for the article in case you missed it) It seems that the Jester Campaign’s antics exposed by that article failed to stop…and they failed to stop to […]

Everyone is Failing and It’s All Your Fault…

politicalvine, Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

By Jim Arnold Drug abuse education, alcohol abuse education, parenting, character ed, special ed, gender equity, environmental ed, women’s studies, African-American education, school breakfast, school lunch, daily attendance, computer education, multi-cultural ed, ESL (ELL, ESOL), teen pregnancy, Jump Start, Even Start, Head Start, Prime Start, Bright from the Start, Kindergarten, Pre-K, alternative ed, stranger/danger, anti-smoking […]

Charter Schools and ALEC: The Facts ALEC Doesn’t Want You To Know

Bill Simon, Monday, October 15th, 2012

INTRODUCTION All over Facebook there are people employed and paid under the table to offer arguments to rebut anything anyone says in opposition to their point of view. They put on masks and costumes of just being “regular parents” or long time “conservatives” when, in fact, they are either receiving direct renumeration for their efforts, […]

The UGA Engineering (sic) Blues

PV, Saturday, June 25th, 2011

Rumors have it that over yonder at the newfangled Dawg Engineering (sic) School of Athens, Georgia, they are going to be asking the Board of Regents to approve of two brand spanking new engineering degrees: a UGA Master of Science in Engineering (sic), and a UGA Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering (sic). Now, of the […]


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