the former lead disciplinarian for the school district where Corona del Mar High School students were conducting an NFL draft-style lottery for prom dates said students there personify Newport Beach’s entitlement culture.
Let’s set aside that this is still somewhat in ‘rumor’ phase, and focus on whether or not this is actually a bad thing.
I’m not so sure.
The U. S. Department of Education said in a letter to Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz that the state must prove its own standards are just as challenging, or else risk of losing its waiver from the Bush-era No Child Left Behind law and have its federal funding in jeopardy.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller says a “soft repeal” of the 17th Amendment would revive the idea that U.S. senators are ambassadors of a state’s government and not free agents.
“Now we don’t think that’s going to last, as far as it being about the people we lost and the unfolding situation which is pretty remarkable in our life time. Our government thinks that, you know, there’s a really good chance this was not just a spontaneous mob reaction to what some thought was an offensive film but actually a coordinated effort timed to the 9/11 anniversary.”
The family of an armed robber is speaking out after surveillance video was released of their family member committing an armed robbery.
Why not let the IRS do our taxes for us? Liberal wunderkind Ezra Klein (formerly of the Washington Post and now of Vox.com) was pushing this new idea a few weeks ago.
The final vote was 1,967 to 1,887 (51%-49%).
Voters in Elkhart County approved three school referenda on Tuesday.
Three incumbent Indiana legislators have lost their re-election bids in the Republican primary, while some others won tough races.