Law Against The Overcrowding of Schools & Institutions Of Higher Learning

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    Most of California public schools will be delaying the purchases of any new textbooks, possibly until 2016. That is according to Los Angeles Times, and only during another weekend of typicaly summer fun.

    Budget cuts put new textbook purchases on hold - Los Angeles Times

    U.C. faculty, clearly not involved, will find the paychecks lighter in the time-frame to boot. Most Public School districts have sent out the pink slips for 2009-2010 school year timely. Community College, extra-curricular activities are on hold.

    So we go back to basics, likely everywhere in America.

    "Textbooks show that some people believe in the Theory of Scientific Whiteness, while others believe that Whiteness Evolves Like A Swoon over the generations of time. The Choice for the individual is the practical applications that are used. Clearly, Whiteness is not something that people are born with, but is something that people choose to do."

    And now more than ever: Has this become the truth.

    As the article shows, Barack Obama, The Mortgage and Foreclosures Crisis, and famous new Stem Cell Research: Do not exist at all in the schools--in an Obama, Kennedy-Family, inspired by the Reagan Trajectory Administration. The Cross-Over GOP knew their Guy, and what was going to be the outcome.

    Actually, it is also in the Times that millions are suing. No doubt the lawyers have. . . .well-educated, degrees in their backgrounds.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Soon even ignorance of the law--may become the best defense that anyone has--even before the marriage vows, and in our loving nation!)
     
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    Wow....Yet another big gubmint program, short on money and without enough of the given service to go around?

    Yes, we definitely need those ninnies taking over all of medical services!! :rolleyes:
     
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    Public Education is not just another "gubmint program," but is in fact where doctors, scientists, and the other more or less fascist-oriented, who run the place: All get their start.

    Consider in my opening post above: How impressionable young minds get information about the famous Darwinian, "Survival of The Fitness Model:" Which I think we call it out here on The Coast. Apparently, in what is called, "A process of Natural Selection:" The children are told about legal prostitution in Nevada, and the lower level casting couches of famous Tinsel Town, in Hollywood, CA.

    "It's a brothel, out there:" Fully government inspected--at the higher levels--and so we have famous Senate Leadership to show for it.

    This is where these people come from!

    These are the people who run our world, and now especially in the "Reagan Trajectory." Health Insurance is a non-starter: Anywhere in a world run like that. The Reagan Trajectory is famously about a "Ghost of Entrepreneurship:" That only the Bush Administration could understand.

    Bush had an MBA, and it shows! The Governor of California has an MBA: And he promotes contests and shows, too. It's either that, or he has to do something gubernatorial! That is how our nation runs.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken Not Stirred!"
    (And actually, in America, the colonies also have ChipN'Dale's locations. It's not just a guy thing, in America, however(?).)
     
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