CDC Works Well with Teachers Union

cdc, teachers union, return to school guidelines, New York Post

The CDC decided it was safe for kids to go back to school. But the teachers union had other ideas. And the New York Post obtained emails that show it. The American Federation of Teachers successfully lobbied the CDC to change guidelines for returning to school.

Biden Goes Big with Itty Bitty Mandate

Biden goes big, FDR, mandate

President Biden goes big with Franklin Roosevelt style spending. Democrats Ed Markey and Jerry Nadler even have a Supreme Court packing scheme. But what did FDR have that Joe Biden doesn’t have? A Depression. A world war. And a gigantic mandate.

The Case for Teenage Fights Including Knives

A Columbus police officer made a split second decision regarding teenage fights including knives. He shot and killed 16 year old Ma’Khia Bryant as the teenager was in the process of thrusting a knife into the body of another girl.

The event was tragic. And the outrage was immediate. And peculiar. Stephen L. Miller compiled a few of those responses in The Spectator:

‘Teenagers have been having fights including fights involving knives for eons. We do not need police to address these situations  by showing up to the scene & using a weapon against one of the teenagers. Y’all need help. I mean that sincerely.’

Bree Newsome, Activist

“A Black teenage girl named Ma’Khia Bryant was killed because a police officer immediately decided to shoot her multiple times in order to break up a knife fight. Demand accountability.  Fight for justice.”

Valerie Jarrett, Former aid to President Obama

Meanwhile, former NAACP leader Cornell Brooks brushed it all off as “a schoolyard fight.”

Four New Justices and Two Senators in D.C.

four new justices, two new senators

The House introduced legislation last week to pack the Supreme Court with four new justices. So why not add a couple senators while they’re at it? Done. They passed a bill on Thursday to make Washington DC the 51st state.

Maxine Waters Gets Confrontational

Maxine Waters, Derik Chauvin

Maxine Waters told protesters to get “more confrontational” if the jury delivered the wrong verdict. Fortunately, the members found Derik Chauvin guilty, guilty, guilty. But Judge Cahill says Rep. Water’s words might be grounds for appeal.