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Biden's racist 'diversity' officer

 Fox News: Pentagon has 30 days to probe diversity chief accused of anti-White social media posts Kelisa Wing described herself on Twitter as a 'woke administrator' and said she was 'exhausted with these White folx' She should be fired.  Whoever hired her should also be fired.  Racism is wrong whoever is being attacked because of the race they were born with. 

Beto's education spending problem

 Washington Examiner: School choice is becoming a bigger issue in Texas's gubernatorial race. After Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced he intends to support educational freedom during the state’s 2023 legislative session, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke claimed, “Abbott is for defunding our public schools.” O’Rourke has repeated this claim in radio and newspaper ads targeting rural Texas areas. But Texas's K-12 education spending data do not support O’Rourke’s allegation. Between 2002 and 2020, inflation-adjusted education spending in Texas increased by 16%, going from $11,473 per student to $13,346 per student. THE DEMOCRATS' UNDEMOCRATIC RHETORIC ABOUT 'SAVING DEMOCRACY' Much of this funding increase went to staffing costs, with spending on employee benefits — a Census Bureau data category that includes teacher pensions and healthcare expenses — rising by 24% per student . Capital expenditures, such as building construction and equipment, have

Russia's elite troops unable to hold Ukraine positions

 ISW: Ukrainian forces continued to make substantial gains around Lyman and in Kherson Oblast in the last 48 hours. Ukrainian and Russian sources reported that Ukrainian troops made significant breakthroughs in northern Kherson Oblast between October 2 and 3.[1] Geolocated footage corroborates Russian claims that Ukrainian troops are continuing to push east of Lyman and may have broken through the Luhansk Oblast border in the direction of Kreminna.[2] As ISW has previously reported, the Russian groupings in northern Kherson Oblast and on the Lyman front were largely comprised of units that had been regarded as among Russia’s premier conventional fighting forces before the war.[3] Elements of the 144th Motorized Rifle Division of the 20th Combined Arms Army reportedly withdrew from Lyman to rear positions near Kreminna before October 2.[4] Russian sources previously reported that elements of the Russian Airborne Forces (VDV), especially the 76th Guards Air Assault Division, are active i

Equity grading is bias

 Washington Examiner: Officials with Virginia's Fairfax County Public Schools have taken steps to implement so-called "equitable grading" at Langley High School and other schools across the district in a bid to fight "institutional bias," according to internal FCPS communications. The district's emails, obtained by local parents through a Freedom of Information Act request and exclusively shared with the Washington Examiner, detail efforts by high school principals across the district, especially officials at Langley High School in recent months, to adopt "equitable grading" practices, including by using federal coronavirus relief funds to purchase a book for a teacher summer reading club titled Grading for Equity: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How It Can Transform Schools and Classrooms . The district and Langley administrators also denied the efforts were ongoing when a parent inquired. ... Equity is a liberal buzzword used to cover racial

Biden the pander man

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  See new Tweets Conversation Mollie @MZHemingway Hoo boy. Quote Tweet Greg Price @greg_price11 · 17h Biden: "I was sort of raised in the Puerto Rican community at home politically." 2:54 PM · Oct 3, 2022 · Twitter Web App 1,047 Retweets 162 Quote Tweets 4,559 Likes This would have looked more authentic if he were3 speaking in Spanish.

GOP passes Dems in favorability

 The Hill: Republicans’ favorability rating clocked in 5 percentage points higher than Democrats’, according to a new Gallup poll , bucking a historical trend in which Democrats typically have the edge. The survey found 44 percent of respondents now hold a favorable view of the Republican Party, compared to 39 percent for the Democratic Party. ... Republicans also hold a 20-point advantage when pollsters asked respondents who would do a better job protecting the U.S. from terrorism and military threats. Fifty-seven percent said they prefer the Republican Party on those issues, compared to 37 percent who indicated the Democratic Party. A majority of respondents — 51 percent — suggested Republicans are better able to keep the country prosperous, tying the highest on record for the party and representing a 10-point lead over Democrats. ... It is not just Biden that is the problem.  The Democrats in Congress have pushed an unpopular agenda of big spending programs that have accelerated inf