Put the Profiles In Courage Awards on hold. We have a late entry. Governor Dannel (just call me “Dan” until the election) vetoed an education bill that would have banished chocolate milk from school menus.
Thursday odds and ends, but mostly odds.
Back in the 80’s, while working in Kansas City, I took the morning show to El Paso, Texas to learn about the border, and illegal immigration. At night, my newsman and I would accompany Border Patrol agents as they attempted to apprehend those crossing the Rio Grande into the United States. I use the word “attempted” with good reason.
Some things are indeed worth the trouble. And then, some things I don’t get.
The past couple of weeks have been dominated by the announcement of the swap of 5 Guantanamo inmates for a U.S. soldier held by the Taliban-affiliated Haqqani network. And naturally, there was criticism.
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Perhaps the most prominent and effective ploy used by members of the First Church of Climate Change is a photograph showing a forlorn polar bear seemingly trapped on a small ice flow, and therefore, doomed to a watery demise.
And the crazy just keeps on coming, if what I’ve read so far this morning is to be believed. But it is on the internet, and everything on the internet is true.
It was a black Friday indeed.
Not to worry, because according to the CDC, certain parts of the country will be running out of children in the future. In a report analyzing birth rates on a state-by-state basis, the Center ranked states in order of births per 1000 people.