Sexual Predator Back In Classroom

10 Teachers Who Claimed Sexual Harassment Were Shocked by Who Strolled in on Monday Morning

Ten teachers—the entire department …signed a letter of condemnation and an internal investigation began.

So you can imagine their surprise when the teacher walked right back into school this week.

District superintendent Bill Heidenreich defended Sanossian and said that the complaints were unsubstantiated.

“Following allegations last summer, the district conducted an extensive internal investigation. The findings of the investigation are a matter of personnel, privacy laws prohibit the disclosure of specifics, however, through the outcome of that investigation she has been permitted to return to the classroom.”

But another teacher challenged the district’s position:

“When you have every single person in an entire department sign their names on a letter detailing the problem, how exactly do you find that it’s unsubstantiated?”

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Elizabeth Warren: ‘total hypocrite’ – Bought/Flipped Foreclosed Houses

Donald Trump slams ‘total hypocrite’ Elizabeth Warren – POLITICO

“In a tweet Wednesday morning, Trump alluded to past reported instances where she benefited from the purchase and flipping of foreclosed homes in the 1990s. During her senatorial run in June 2012, the Boston Herald reported that Warren “rapidly bought and sold homes herself, loaned money at high interest rates to relatives and purchased foreclosed properties at bargain prices” in her native Oklahoma City.”

 

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State Department report: Hillary Did Not Comply With eMail Laws

A State Department Inspector General report said former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton failed to follow the rules or inform key department staff regarding her use of a private email server, according to a copy of the report obtained by CNN on Wednesday.

Source: State Department report hits Clinton email use – CNNPolitics.com

 

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The Problem With Those Waving Mexican Flags at Trump Rallies

The Problem With Those Waving Mexican Flags at Trump Rallies | The Federalist Papers

“If you are from Latin America, and want to move to the United States, great! Please come here, we will welcome you to become a part of our society. Immigrants are good for any country.

Here’s the thing though, migration has to go through the proper legal channels; mass quantities of people flowing across the nation’s border represents a threat to U.S. sovereignty.

It gets to the point where it’s no longer an influx, but an invasion.

Again, if you want to come to the U.S., please come here; but please respect the laws of this nation which will so graciously accept you. If you want this great country to continue, and for it to provide opportunity for future generations, respect for the rule of law must be maintained.”

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NY Times: Black People In Mostly Democratic Run Cities Shoot Each Other – A Lot

NY Times: Darn, These Black People In Mostly Democratic Run Cities Sure Like Shooting Each Other » Pirate’s Cove

“Where is this happening? Mostly Democratic Party run areas.

The shootings took place everywhere, but mostly outdoors: at neighborhood barbecues, family reunions, music festivals, basketball tournaments, movie theaters, housing project courtyards, Sweet 16 parties, public parks. Where motives could be gleaned, roughly half involved or suggested crime or gang activity. Arguments that spun out of control accounted for most other shootings, followed by acts of domestic violence.

This is an important point: so many shootings (and stabbings and such) have nothing to do with gangs and drugs: so many have to do with “respect”. Someone gets disrespected in a minor way, someone looks at someone else’s girlfriend, someone leaves a barbecue early, or owes someone a few bucks, and it turns violent.

Over all, though, nearly three-fourths of victims and suspected assailants whose race could be identified were black. Some experts suggest that helps explain why the drumbeat of dead and wounded does not inspire more outrage.”

 

 

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Who’s More Pro-Choice: Europe or America?

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Chito – The Last Shall Be First

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