People who are bigger than her can take the same classes, and if they both study hard, the bigger one will still always win.
[-2] December 4, 2015 at 11:56am
Thanks to the useless media people are ignoring the real problem with what went down. There was no reason for him to be arrested and for this situation to be handled outside of the school. He wasn’t profiled because he was Muslim. He wasn’t treated any differently. He did break rules and disobeyed his teachers. But did anything he do warrant arrest? I do not think so. But instead of talking about how schools are taking kids who would have gotten a detention or suspension a few years, and handing them over to police, we are talking about a made up story about how he was discriminated against.
Too many kids in this country are being forced into the criminal justice system at younger and younger ages for things that most of us did when we were kids. But, the left doesn’t want to talk about that. They want people entered into the system. They want people to be stuck in a life of poverty because of mistakes they made as kids. It makes them easier to control later.
Did you just fall of a turnip truck or something ? Showing up at school with a briefcase bomb (minus explosives) is WAY over the line. This little turd did this on purpose and it's highly likely his parents had everything to do with it as well. The families history, clockmed's school record supports the assertion. Now the final shoe drops with a massive law suit against the city. This is extortion Billis, plain and simple. F these POS traitors.
Better to be safe than sorry. The shooters in San Berardino could have been apprehended before the fact except people didn't want to "racial profile." So you see how much sense you're making?
 November 24, 2015 at 11:19am
I would have shot the ***** in the back. I know it is probably a crime, but I’d rather take him out and take my chances with a Texas jury than let a scumbag who attacked an elderly woman get away.
 October 27, 2015 at 7:49am
Of course it is always somebody or something else’s fault. Instead of looking for real solutions to Chicago’s problems, they blame other cities and states. Let’s play this out. Congress passes whatever form of gun control they are clamoring on about. Then the next shooting happens and they will scream and yell and get emotional and demand more restrictions. They will keep doing this until they get guns banned.
 August 6, 2015 at 1:40pm
Props to the cop for not laughing in his face because I would have been rolling on the floor laughing at this moron.
March 18, 2015 at 12:17pm
Why is Iowa so important? Why are the people of Iowa more important to the primary process than the people of say Texas, or New York?
 March 18, 2015 at 12:05pm
It is a shame that Walker decided to force her to resign instead of supporting her. She is right. It seems that only people in Iowa and the establishment want to keep the primaries they way they are. Iowa is irrelevant and politicians shouldn’t have to go kiss the rings of the elite in Iowa to win their not so important backing. Why not have the presidential primary 90 or 120 days before the general election in every state?
March 13, 2015 at 4:28pm
No. The order of things should be grab the weapon, fire shot into skull, call 911 to report dead body in your doorway
 March 12, 2015 at 4:00pm
The driver and the person who made the call to let him go should be fired.
Billis: Wouldn't you love to be the fly on the wall inside the Oval Office when Obama has a little meeting with his new appointee running the dog and pony show?
 March 11, 2015 at 1:57pm
I get that. But, these tests have nothing to do with students. They are being used by the government to decide what schools get money, and teachers are being evaluated based on their results. This leads to problems because schools are no longer teaching kids important things, they are teaching them how to pass these stupid tests. Instead of teaching kids usefull skills and cultivating their innate desire to learn, they are forced to focus on test taking. That serves nobody and results in kids graduating woefully underprepared for both college and the real world.
 March 10, 2015 at 2:41pm
Instead of evaluating teachers on test scores lets base their evaluations on what students know and retain the next year. Obviously, this shouldn’t be done based on 1 year, but over multiple years. Look for patterns. If students from the same teacher continue to lag behind their peers in the next grade, maybe that teacher isn’t doing a good job educating students. I think that is a much more accurate look at how a teacher is doing than some stupid tests.
 February 5, 2015 at 1:55pm
Nope. Why should they? They have no competition. Their monopoly is protected by lawmakers, at all levels of government.
February 4, 2015 at 12:44pm
Ah. The free market at work. More people watch TV shows with sex and violence than wholesome TV shows. That means that shows with violence and sex will get made.
 January 30, 2015 at 3:46pm
Liza, there is no evidence to support the idea that vaccines and autism are in any way, shape, or form related.
 January 30, 2015 at 3:42pm
If you want to be be against vaccines fine. But stop claiming it is because they cause autism, or have ‘dangerous’ chemicals in them. That is ignorance and is the problem. When you spread lies like that you make the problem worse.
 January 30, 2015 at 12:33pm
The public is confident that vaccines are safe and effective. Unfortunately, a growing minority of people who are either too stupid, or ignorant to look at real facts, are making things bad. I agree, parents should have that choice, but they should be making that decision based on actual facts and studies, not Jenny McCarthy and a paper that was withdrawn because it was riddled with problems.
 January 30, 2015 at 12:26pm
My problem with the anti-vaxxers isn’t that they are choosing not to vaccinate their children, it is that many are doing it because they are morons. They rely on false science, and idiotic celebrities to make a very serious decision. If you want to make that choice, fine, but at least do it based on actual facts and real proof, not some infographic you saw on Facebook, or some soundbyte from Jenny McCarthy. If you truly are against vaccinations for any reason, whether religious, or political, that’s fine. But stop spreading lies and junk science to promote your belief.
Who says we aren't. I don't think vaccines by themselves cause autism. (There may be something that triggers a reaction in someone otherwise susceptible, but those risk factors have not been adequately identified.)
I object to vaccines because I object to medical interventions for healthy people.
I get it, vaccines did a world of good, like how the practically eradicated scarlet fever... oh, right, scarlet fever pretty much disappeared without an effective vaccine ever being developed for it. Also, let us ignore that disease rates were plummeting precipitously in Europe well before vaccine use was prevalent there.
Vaccines have risks and no matter how small that risk is, you have zero right to insist that my children be exposed to a risk for the benefit of your children. That's statist/collectivist crap.
Sure, measles is a pain because it is easily transmitted, but it is also very treatable. If we quarantine and treat those who do get sick, we'll be just fine.
So, they can be against the vaccinations for any reasons, just as long as you approve of what reasons they are against them? Makes total sense. *eyeroll*
 January 15, 2015 at 10:48am
That’s fine. But, that doesn’t mean that your religious view of marriage should be forced on every single person in the country. Nobody is saying you have to accept it, or like it. But that doesn’t mean that people should be denied the legal benefits of marriage because you don’t believe it is moral.
 January 6, 2015 at 4:49pm
The government has no business in forcing anybody to undergo medical treatments against their will, especially when the medical treatment has severe side effects. The government should not the power to force parents to submit their child to medical treatment either. Yes, that means people might die, but that is freedom. Freedom to make choices, and live or die with those choices.
 December 29, 2014 at 12:16pm
It’s nice that he apologized and all, but a real man and a real leader would have postponed his golf game until after their wedding. I’m sure he could have found other things to do with his time than play another round of golf.