The Canton Rep is reporting that Bill Todd is suing the Columbus City Schools Board of Education “challenging whether students within each district being treated equally.”
His proof: half-assed, biased research from the highly-conservative Buckeye Institute.
Todd is quoted as saying ?This whole thing is about public schools, and about making sure they work as efficiently as possible.”
I have an idea for you Mr. Todd: maybe if dirtbag lawyers like you didn’t sue the school system they wouldn’t have to hire expensive lawyers to defend themselves and they’d be able to put some of that money back […]Full Story... →
An atheist State Sentator – in Nebraska – is suing God. Presented in it’s entirety, mostly because I can’t figure out what to cut out. (Not only is this guy an atheist, but he doesn’t belong to a political party, and has been in office longer than I’ve been alive – and I was born in the mid 70s. He’s definitely a “wild hair”.)
OMAHA, Neb — State Sen. Ernie Chambers is suing God. He said on Monday that it is to prove a point about frivolous lawsuits.
Chambers said senators periodically have offered bills prohibiting the filing […]Full Story... →
More fun videos for YouTube tuesday.
This one is actually from CNN and relates to this story:
A University of Florida student was Tasered and arrested after trying to ask U.S. Senator John Kerry about the 2004 election and other subjects during a campus forum.
Note: As soon as this kid started talking I was looking forward to the tasering…Full Story... →
Catching up on my blogfeeds, and I saw this over at BSB. I love it.Full Story... →
I see what they were going for, but I have to say – this is entirely too visceral. The message – smoking kills a ton of people – is good. The imagery, maybe not. This was published 9/11/07, BTW.
I will say, however, that the sheer fact that this ad was published puts a dent in the wingnut “all/most Muslims are terrorists or terrorist supporters” meme. It clearly presents 9/11 as a bad thing, and did so in a country that is 96% Muslim.Full Story... →