Principle David Frankel sent a note home to parents saying, “Students were instructed that physical contact including tag games, touch football, etc. were not allowed on the yard.”
Now researchers say that mistake leads us into a three-pronged, perfect storm of problems:
My Budget Blueprint for 2018:
The Budget calls for the elimination of funds for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting as well as the endowments for the Arts and the Humanities.
With building plans under development, over 600 businesses have tossed their names in the mix with 60 — or 10% — being owned by Latinos.
Go to http://www.oreillyauto.com/, and search ‘121G’ for a funny Easter Egg in O’Reilly’s website.
Fox News’ Ed Henry reported Thursday on “Fox & Friends” that U.S. Rep. Brian Mast, R-Fla., and a wounded veteran hung the pictures after noticing the VA hospital didn’t have any on display, as is customary.
We take on the Arby’s Meat Mountain on Facebook Live.
You’d think Secretary of Defense James Mattis was as concerned with man-made climate change as the head of Greenpeace based on reporting of leaked written statements he sent to lawmakers in January.
A notorious Russian hacker allegedly involved in the massive hack of millions of Yahoo email accounts purportedly made money by manipulating the company’s search engine to show users fake erectile dysfunction ads.
“It is clearly open season on prominent Trump supporters,” talk radio star Michael Savage told Breitbart News one day after he was reportedly allegedly assaulted at a restaurant in Tiburon, California.
I’m a cynic on these stories, you know that. I hope he didn’t orchestrate it, but I’m suspicious.
The 2010 mid-term elections were historic. Running opposite of President Barack Obama’s agenda—primarily the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare—the Republican efforts resulted in 63 seats changing hands, the highest loss of a party in a House mid-term election since 1938 and the largest House swing from one party to the other since 1948.
The GOP leadership might consider removing the 30 percent premium surcharge for those who go without insurance in the bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, according to a senior GOP staffer.