Fresh on the heels of a new immigration law that has led to calls to boycott her state, Arizona’s governor has signed a bill banning ethnic studies classes that “promote resentment” of other racial groups.
Gov. Jan Brewer approved the measure without public statement Tuesday, according to state legislative records. The new law forbids elementary or secondary schools to teach classes that are “designed primarily for pupils of a particular ethnic group” and advocate “the overthrow of the United States government” or “resentment toward a race or class of people.”
Hmmmm, I wonder what she thinks about Confederate History Month.
Original DVD cover
It’s official. Lou Dobbs has lost his fucking mind. When he recently went in for a tonsillectomy, did the anesthesiologist turn off the oxygen by mistake? Did the surgeon miss and nip a bit of Lou’s brain instead of his tonsils? Whatever the case, I will repeat–Lou Dobbs has lost his fucking mind.
NEW YORK (CNN) — Lunacy among our public figures in this country certainly didn’t subside over the weeks that I’ve been away from the broadcast. I’ve been no less than astounded by the incongruity, the contradiction, the specious and silly public statements by public and political figures over something like a flag pin worn on one’s lapel.
Like many Americans, I began wearing a flag pin after September 11. I do so out of respect for those killed in the terrorist attacks, and in recognition of this country’s war on radical Islamist terror. It turns out that some journalists and some presidential candidates are uncomfortable and even upset about flags on lapels.
Original DVD cover.
Filed under 2008 election, 9/11, Abbi Tatton, abortion, Abraham Lincoln, Baptists, Barack Obama, Barbara Boxer, Bill Moyers, Border fence, CBS, CNN, Cold War, Colin Powell, Declaration of Independence, Flag, Gettysburg Address, GWOT, Hank Johnson, Harlem, humor, Immigration, Independents, Iowa, Iraq War, Jack Abramoff, James Comey, Katie Couric, Kid Rock, Lou Dobbs, movies, Pamela Anderson, parody, PBS, politics, snark, Ted Nugent, Thomas Jefferson