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GURPS

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From the graphic and the scare quotes, it looks like Axios isn't happy. Sommer Brugal and Yacob Reyes report:

Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law this week a flurry of education bills, including a mandate that kids learn the "dangers and evils" of communism starting in kindergarten.
Why it matters: Reshaping the state's public education system — including by directing what can and can't be discussed in classrooms — has defined DeSantis' tenure as governor and laid the groundwork for his failed presidential campaign.
Between the lines: This week's signings indicate the governor continues to push for changes that some say undermine the public school system in favor of charter and private schools.


So public schools are to teach "age-appropriate" lessons about communism's harms from kindergarten through 12th grade. This is from the same people who opposed the banning of the teaching of gender identity and sexual orientation in kindergarten.



 

GURPS

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Hijinx

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When American citizens start taking care of matters before the police arrive, the media will call them vigilantes, but remember when the police arrive LATE the problem is usually over.
 

Hijinx

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Weren't homosexuals and transvestites better off when they were in the closet?

And to me a transgender is just a transvestite suffering from Body integrity Dysphoria
 

GURPS

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Dr. Phil on the Weapanization of the Goverment Against President Trump “If You Let Your Hatred for Donald Trump Compromise Your Ability to Find True North on Your Moral Compass, Shame on You” (Video)




On Thursday, June 6, “Dr. Phil Primetime” will air a special two-hour event featuring President Donald Trump.

The first hour will be a one-on-one candid interview between Dr. Phil McGraw and President Trump from Mar-a-Lago.

Following the interview, Dr. Phil will host a live town hall with his Dallas studio audience to discuss the interview, the recent trial, and the broader implications for America’s future.

Monday night’s show focused on how this conviction is a judicial travesty. Closing the episode, McGraw discussed his concerns about the weaponization of the government against President Trump and other political rivals of the current regime and the potentially catastrophic implications it has for democracy.

“I wanted to share my final thoughts about this.”
“This weaponization of our great institutions, the FBI, Justice Department, and individual states’ similar institutions, will lead to one of two outcomes. One is more of the same from the other side, tit for tat. That may seem deserved, but that is not the right way forward for America. The other is what I call on you to demand from your politicians today. An end to this craziness in order to save the soul and sanity of our country.”
“The Pope has actually given us the right approach in his new book when he says, ‘We are all brothers and sisters, and there must be no resentment among us. For any war to truly end, forgiveness is necessary.’ That is true of any war, including our current cultural war. We need our Justice Department to return to the business of meting out justice and not running the political agendas of those currently in power, blindly seeking convictions, warranted or otherwise, and attacking political opponents.”
 
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