Pressure from whom? We need to radically refocus our attention to provide schools with adequate support. Students need more help, they need to feel safer, and we need to have teachers the first people involved in that process. There is no way that involving the police in the schools is going to help anyone. We must educate our youth out of this dangerous position. They will be able to figure it out if we give them the tools.
Flying should be an extreme luxury. I think that we need to reconsider the frequency at which we use this insanely polluting technology. That should be the first industry on the chopping block. Not only is it a gross polluter, but it is bad business. The profit margins on airlines is so thin that they end up making weird charges and do not have a lot of wiggle room to be able to treat their employees better. Want a better quality of life? Get out of the airline pilot business.
Extremism, by definition, is rare. It is an extreme reaction to the times. While many veterans have experienced extreme things and situations, that does not mean that they will be caught up in extremist beliefs. To the contrary, they have made sacrifices for the status quo. They are not activists; they are people who served in the military for any number of reasons, but most likely economic ones.
Meanwhile, in Montana a bear named Dog is scratching his butt against a tree.
Speaking of Montana, did you see the bear scratching his butt video on Tik Tok? No, because they banned it, if that is even possible. Tik Tok is fighting back in the courts accusing Montana of violating the constitution. Oh, the irony of this development. A Chinese owned technology company is suing a U.S. state for going against the constitution, and they may be right.
This is the new playbook. Write popular genre books that reveal your political message in a way that people will be able to understand. Brilliant!
What power does the Treasury Department have to mitigate this disaster?
I can’t blame anyone for not wanting to stay caught up in that conflict, since Sudan has had the only genocide in the 21st century in their western region of Darfur. Chad is not an easy place to seek refuge and that tells you how scared people must be.
Developers and construction companies are going to make money to make a new school in Uvalde, but that is not where we should be focusing our priorities. We should be helping that community and all our communities by investing in schools. We need to empower teachers to be their best and to encourage students and help them to see that the future is always wide open for the making.
This is a good idea. Some understanding of neurology and neuropsychology can go a long way to explain behavior patterns.
This is an insanely expensive deal to solve this crisis for the short term. It involves paying subsidies to people to not use the water. We need to get more water to the region, and if we are waiting on rain clouds to do it, then you can expect this band aid to be a futile gesture.
Money does not seem to have a way of fixing these systemic problems. We have a litigious society, but that only seems to lead to less quality service, not an increased sense of responsibility. Still, it is good to see a family receiving something after tragedy has struck.
Making official pronouncements about the dangers of social media for kids is important. What we need is a commonsense approach to the matter. We also need for parents to remain involved in their kids lives. The use or abuse of social media is going to further divide our country as those with the understanding will protect their kids and those without resources will have kids going wild for the world to consume.