— Illinois Secretary of State candidates Dan Brady, Alexi Giannoulias talk plans to modernize office – Sarah Schulte
— Is Chicago Ready For The General Election? Primary Polling Problems Cast Shadow on City’s Voting. NBC 5 Investigates found hundreds of poll workers resigned in the days leading up to Chicago’s primary day election this year, leading to some precincts opening late or not at all. Could it happen again? – Mary Ann Ahern, Tom Jones and Michael McGovern
— Who Does and Does Not Support the Workers’ Rights Amendment in the 2022 Illinois Election (COMMENT: My critics/opponents, their operatives, and their dupes hate unions. According to them, I was a grossly overpaid union member 1966-1969 and 1971-1980. In today’s dollars, while I was a union member, my salary increased from $17.25/hour to $99,994/year. In my defense, a) I took undergraduate courses at UIC while I worked for the Post Office 1966-1969 and then at NIU in 1969, b) I earned a bachelor’s degree in management from NIU in 1970, c) I earned an MBA from Loyola in 1976, d) I took graduate accounting courses at DePaul 1976-1980, and e) I passed the CPA examination on my first attempt in 1979.)
— Brady, Giannoulias outline how they’d improve driver services as Illinois Secretary of State – DANA KOZLOV
— Chicago police step up enforcement related to drag racing – MEGAN HICKEY, ELLIOTT RAMOS
— COMMENT: Illinois Democrats, Illinois Libertarians, Illinois Greens, Illinois Independents, and Illinois RINOs a) want Illinois Republicans to lose and b) want the former chairman of the Illinois Republican Party (IRP) Pat Brady to represent the IRP.
— Lightfoot Asks Alderpeople to Identify Vacant Warehouses, Big Box Stores to Shelter Immigrants Arriving from Texas – Heather Cherone (COMMENT: Democrats have declared a Second Civil War on Republicans. How many vacant warehouses and vacant big box stores are there in your county, in your county district, in your township, in your municipality, in your municipal district, and in your precinct? Expect that soon, Democrats will fill them with illegals, that is, Democrats will fill them with their soldiers in their army.)
— Abortion vs. Mike Madigan? Democrats and Republicans play hole cards in high-stakes battle for control of state Supreme Court. It wasn’t really possible for Democrats to draw the new state Supreme Court map in a way that would have assured them of winning one of the seats on the November ballot, as would have been their normal tendency. Instead, both seats are in play. – Mark Brown
— City asked to provide lead water filters to address ‘crisis’ Advocates also chide Mayor Lori Lightfoot for “glacial” pace of pipe replacements. – Brett Chase (COMMENT: I wonder how much lead was in the water when I lived with my parents a) 1948-1954 in an apartment above the Crete Hardware Store which was torn down in 1966 ( https://capturingcrete.org/items/show/151 ) and b) 1954-1972 at 1286 Wood Street in Crete which was built in 1926 ( https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1286-Wood-St-Crete-IL-60417/5461313_zpid/ ). My brother lived in 1286 Wood Street in Crete his entire life. Because he recently and suddenly died, it will be listed for sale and there will be an estate sale.)
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, hate-filled Republican-hating Republican-haters promote hatred against Republicans.
— ALL OF THE FRONT PAGE: Dolton voters lament missing pols, growing crime, empty storefronts: ‘It’s like a ghost town’ While the Sun-Times is finding complaints of absentee politicians commonplace this election season, Dolton residents said their community needs elected officials’ attention and help more than most places. – David Struett
— COMMENT: The more planks in the Republican Party platform that you support, the more that Democrats, Libertarians, Greens, Independents, and RINOs demonize you, denigrate you, and condemn you as being an extremist.
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats, Libertarians, Greens, Independents, and RINOs use Trump to promote hatred against Republicans.
— Pacione-Zayas, Ellman, Reboletti, Lewis, Villa, McConchie, Robertson for Illinois Senate – Editorial
— Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx says office making strides in hiring – A.D. Quig (COMMENT: GAO hired me in 1980 because it could not find a qualified Democrat, minority, female, younger person, or veteran who would take the job. IRS hired me in 1971 because it could not find a qualified Democrat, minority, female, or veteran who would take the job. The Post Office hired me in 1966 because it could not find a qualified Democrat, minority, female, or veteran who would take the job.)
— FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD WITH BIG PICTURE: Ever-increasingly, Democrats demonize, denigrate, and condemn those who do not promote LGBTQ.
— FRONT PAGE WITH PICURES OF HART AND CONROY: Big-money race for DuPage County Board chair kicks into high gear – Katlyn Smith
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Hart and Conroy have sparred over who has the requisite qualifications for a job that pays $136,959 a year. Hart, a management consultant from Hinsdale, has climbed the political ladder quickly. He was first appointed to the county board in 2017 and went on to win his first full term. Hart said he “could hit the ground running on day one” and would draw on his private-sector experience. “We’re going to need the right leadership, and I think for this position, considering the size and scope of the county government, the fact that we have 2,000 employees, have a very large budget, we need someone that is skilled in, frankly, being an executive and managing large organizations,” Hart said. “I have that expertise. We need someone that’s shown a demonstrated record at the county level of having success and an understanding and knowledge of county issues.”)
— Endorsement: Sanguinetti for DuPage County clerk
— Our endorsement for DuPage County treasurer: Gwen Henry
— Murray v. Ellman: 21st state Senate opponents divided on ‘right to unionize’ constitutional amendment – Kevin Schmit
— Quigley outraises, outspends Hanson ahead of their latest congressional rematch – Russell Lissau
— McHenry mayor, business dealing with fallout from Proud Boys founder’s scheduled appearance – Aaron Dorman (COMMENT: I should write a book about all those who spoke at TAPROOT Republicans of Illinois events while I was the organization’s chairman 2005-2012. I would focus on those speakers who my critics/opponents, their operatives, and their dupes demonized, denigrated, and condemned as being “too conservative.”)
CRAIN’S CHICAGO BUSINESS
— We’re getting out of the endorsement game. – JIM KIRK (COMMENT: Expect that mainstream newspapers spin their reporting a) in favor of those candidates who they endorse and b) against those candidates who they do not endorse. Ever-increasingly, mainstream newspapers function as arms of the Democrat Party.)
— All big cities have a violence problem. Chicago’s is different. How safe is Chicago? The answer depends on where you’re standing. – STEVE HENDERSHOT (COMMENT: While worked for IRS, a) my 1969 Dodge Charger SE was stolen in the north side of Chicago in 1971 and b) my 1962 Chevrolet BelAir was stolen in the south side of Chicago in 1973.)
SPRINGFIELD STATE JOURNAL REGISTER
— With 14 days to go, candidates slam ‘dark money,’ stump the state, smash fundraising record – Patrick Keck
DEKALB DAILY CHRONICLE
— COMMENT: Under the Democrats, how soon will schools officially a) stop hiring those who are the following and b) get rid of their employees who are the following: non-Democrat, White, male, older, heterosexual, in a traditional marriage, homeowner, gun owner, conservative, Christian, Protestant, Italian American, German American, those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time, and those who cannot speak, read, and write Spanish?
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats use 1619 to promote hatred against Republicans.
— Pritzker defends Illinois’ education system despite dismal data – Kevin Bessler
— Illinois gubernatorial candidates discuss state’s cannabis industry. – Andrew Hensel (COMMENT: Pot is extremely destructive. How successful have Democrats, Libertarians, Greens, Independents, and RINOs been in promoting pot in your county, in your township, and in your municipality?)
— Texas’ restrictive abortion laws have changed how some people in the state date. They’ve prompted deeper conversations earlier on about contraception, potential pregnancy and, now, political views. – Audrey McGlinchy
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats are polarizing.
— How much prison time do people get for carjacking in Chicago? Here’s a look.
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Panel debunks misinformation campaign about Illinois SAFE-T ACT.”
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats illegally promote illegal immigration.
NORTHERN PUBLIC RADIO
— Political newcomer vying to be the voice in Springfield for growing Latino population in northern Illinois – Maria Gardner Lara (COMMENT: What are your demographics? Who is a voice for those who share your demographics? Ever-increasingly, Democrat and RINO candidates paint themselves as being a) anti-law enforcement, b) anti-Trump, c) anti-conservative, d) anti-patriotic, e) anti-Republican, f) anti-American, g) anti-White, h) anti-male, i) anti-older people, j) anti-heterosexual, k) anti-traditional marriage/family, l) anti-non-poor people, m) anti-gun owners, n) anti-Christian, o) anti-Protestant, p) anti-Italian American, q) anti-German American, and r) anti-those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time.)
— REMEMBER 2016: Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman takes the debate stage tonight against Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz, and we can’t help thinking of the Illinois Senate race six years ago. That’s when former Republican Sen. Mark Kirk squared off against Democrat Tammy Duckworth in two debates. Kirk was an inspiration for taking the stage, having survived a stroke a few years earlier. But he stumbled in the first debate. And in the second, he questioned Duckworth’s patriotism, seemingly because of her ethnicity. Was it a gaffe because of his stroke? Or just a gaffe? Fast forward to tonight when Pennsylvania voters will similarly be zeroing in on Fetterman’s every word, paus and possible gaffe after his own stroke earlier this year. – Shia Kapos (COMMENT: Of course, ever since my January 10, 2022 brain bleed and stroke, my critics/opponents, their operatives, and my dupes have zeroed in on my GOPUSA ILLINOIS newsletters looking for anything that they can use against me.)
— We asked what you learned from working on a losing campaign – Dhia Kapos (COMMENT: I should write a book about Republican candidates on ballots in my precinct since 2000 who lost elections and who blamed their defeats on me and on my GOPUSA ILLINOIS newsletters the most. I would focus on the adverse actions that they, that their operatives, and that their dupes took against me to punish me.)
CENTER SQUARE ILLINOIS
— Concerns raised that expanding gambling in Illinois will increase other addictions – Trina Thomas
— Statewide candidates make pitches across Illinois with two weeks before election – Greg Bishop
MCHENRY COUNTY BLOG
— Suzanne Ness TV Ad
— County Increases Assessments in Algonquin Township by 7.34%
— Bailey Mails
— A Short History of the Lottery
— CL Chamber of Commerce Defends One-Sided Presentation of Democratic Party Congressional Candidate Bill Foster, Ignoring Republican Candidate Catalina Lauf
— Lightfoot Says City Is Safe with Video of Man Shooting Gun Out of Car Window
— Which Side Has the Most Extreme Abortion Position?
— Both Republicans & Democrats Using “Toss-Up” Call to Solicit Donations
— Illinois’ 2021 student outcomes collapsed during school shutdowns, Covid mitigations – Ted Dabrowski and John Klingner (COMMENT: How much has student pot use increased since Democrats decriminalize pot and then legalized pot?)
— 14TH CD CONTEST BETWEEN UNDERWOOD AND GRYDER MOVED TO “TOSS UP”
— FOUR ILLINOIS WOMEN TELL WHY THEY REJECT PRITZKER’S UNLIMITED ABORTION DREAM
— PELOSI FLIES INTO IL 06 TO BOOST INCUMBENT SEAN CASTEN’S RE-ELECTION
— DI LEO: WHO ARE THE REAL EXTREMISTS IN 2022?
— THORNER: NEW RECORD SET IN SEPTEMBER FOR ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT ARRESTS
— Hart uses Madigan to bash Conroy in Chicago broadcast TV ad
— Illinois had highest unemployment rate of all 50 states last month
— The victim restitution issue and the upcoming changes
— Campaign notebook
— Morning stuff
— Stimulus update: Direct one-time $3,200 payments being sent out to millions next month – Asher Notheis
— What will it take for Biden to secure the border? – Conn Carroll
— UC Irvine launches ‘Center for Liberation, Anti-Racism, and Belonging’ – KYLE REYNOLDS
(FROM THE ARTICLE: A former New York University professor said such centers like those at UC Irvine, will likely be used to push critical race theory. Michael Rectenwald, a former professor of liberal studies at New York University, told The College Fix in an email that such centers are simply meant to promulgate the agenda of critical race theorists. Rectenwald left NYU after facing hostility from his peers for his criticism of political correctness. “The impact of such ‘anti-racism’ centers is to reinforce the belief in ‘systemic racism.’ These centers suggest that racism is endemic to the culture of universities and the United States at large,” Professor Michael Rectenwald told The Fix via email. “These centers are earmarks of the Critical Race Theory (CRT) agenda.” “They have the effect of guilt-tripping white people for being white, while coddling black students and convincing them that they are victims of said systemic racism,” he said. “Systemic racism is what CRT ‘scholars’ say exists in the absence of any real racists.” He also commented on the harm that such “anti-racism” centers can produce. Rectenwald said the ills from “[anti-racism] ideology” are “manifold.” “First, it treats all people of color as victims without agency and thus disempowers them by convincing them that their fate is decided by exogenous forces alone,” he wrote in his emailed comments. “Second, it shames whites and guilt-trips them into believing that they are inherent oppressors, no matter what they do.” “DEI overwrites merit-based acknowledgement, grading, promotions, and advancement, thus destroying the basis for real achievement,” he told The Fix. “In fields in which people’s lives are at stake, such as medicine, engineering, and more, it will lead to what I have called ‘death by diversity.’” “The University of California, like the vast majority of the academy today, has succumbed to a pernicious, fallacious, and disabling ideology. Its degrees are not worth the paper they are printed on,” Rectenwald told The Fix. Similar “anti-racism” centers exist at numerous universities throughout the country, including Boston University, Temple University and Harvard University.)
— Biden Begins Offering Free Flu Vaccines to Border Crossers, Illegal Aliens – JOHN BINDER
— Ron DeSantis: Nationwide Test Scores Show Florida Was Right to Reopen Schools – HANNAH BLEAU
— Progressive Wokeness Is at the Heart of Today’s Problems – AUGUSTE MEYRAT
— Mayorkas’ Stunning Betrayal Of Border Patrol Should End His Tenure – WILL DAVIS
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Alejandro Mayorkas is a hardcore, anti-borders ideologue. He sacrificed these patriotic Border Patrol agents because he personally despises their work. As his statement hinted shortly after the incident, he believes border security is inherently racist. Thus, by fighting to open up America’s borders, he is fighting “systemic racism.” Mayorkas knew exactly what he was doing by smearing these agents — and not out of humanitarian concerns. He seized on Americans’ compassion to weaken America’s borders. Mayorkas understood that Americans would be outraged at Border Patrol’s supposed mistreatment of these migrants, allowing him to denigrate his critics as selfish and cruel. Mayorkas’ strategy is especially cynical considering the record number of migrant deaths on his watch. By weakening the Border Patrol and promising amnesty and government benefits to all who come, the secretary is allowing for violent victimization of migrants flooding into the U.S. While Mayorkas will never publicly admit it, it’s clear he shares the same worldview as borderless America advocates who have called to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and compared Border Patrol agents to Nazis. A person with such a deranged worldview belongs nowhere near a position of power.)
— Arizona Defies Biden Admin, Files Lawsuit and Starts Installing Shipping Container Barrier in Cochise County – Katabella Roberts
— Biden, Dems nap through border crisis: These statistics should rouse them and terrify all Americans. Here are some numbers that might alarm Democrats still napping through their no-border strategy. – Deroy Murdock
— Muslim-Americans find common ground with conservatives over politicization of America’s schools. Signs of a new alliance have emerged in several Midwestern states and Virginia. – Haris Alic
— ABC, CBS, NBC more likely to bash GOP governors than Biden administration when covering border crisis. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott have become targets during border crisis coverage. – Brian Flood
— White people who quote MLK are ‘trying to uphold white supremacy’ – SHELIA QUALLS
— Florida Hispanic Voters Back DeSantis, Approve Migrant Flights to Martha’s Vineyard. – Mary Chastain
— Biden Shows Support for Sex Changes and a Federal Fund for Abortion Expenses – Mary Chastain
— NBC pundits say Hispanics support DeSantis’ because they are racist. “That proximity to whiteness is a real thing. Also reminds me of an adage I heard a long time ago about how the oppressed begin to take on the traits of the oppressor,” Jemele Hill wrote. – Hannah Nightingale
— Oh, Now Democrats Want to Talk About Inflation? – Matt Vespa
— COMMENT: A hate-filled Trump-hating Trump-hater says “America cannot allow Trump to destroy the Republican Party.”
— Task 1 in Trump Organization Trial: Picking a Neutral Jury (COMMENT: Under the Democrats, expect that ever-increasingly, jury members will be a) anti-law enforcement, b) anti-Trump, c) anti-conservative, d) anti-patriotic, e) anti-Republican, f) anti-American, g) anti-White, h) anti-male, i) anti-older people, j) anti-heterosexual, k) anti-traditional marriage/family, l) anti-non-poor people, m) anti-gun owners, n) anti-Christian, o) anti-Protestant, p) anti-Italian American, q) anti-German American, and r) anti-those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time. Of course, the aforesaid constructively abolishes the 7th Amendment and makes the future extremely bleak for those who are a) law enforcement officers, b) Trump supporters, c) conservative, d) patriotic, e) Republican, f) American, g) White, h) male, i) older, j) heterosexual, k) in traditional marriages, l) non-poor, m) gun owners, n) Christian, o) Protestant, p) Italian American, q) German American, and r) those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time.)
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats illegally promote illegal immigration.
— Florida’s Hispanic voters back DeSantis over Crist, support Martha’s Vineyard migrant flights. A new Telemundo/LX News poll shows DeSantis’ job approval rating is in positive territory and that he earned his highest marks for the way he handled Hurricane Ian. – Marc Caputo and Noah Pransky (COMMENT: All my ancestors immigrated legally from what is now Germany during the 1840s and 1850s. I remember my grandmothers telling me that they, their parents, and their grandparents disapproved of those who immigrated illegally from what is now Germany.)
— Affirmative Action Is Racist—Against Asians. It’s Time for SCOTUS to Overturn It – DENNIS SAFFRAN (COMMENT: Since the 1960s, Democrats have used Affirmative Action (AA) to get rid of Republicans and especially to get rid of Republicans who are White, male, older, non-veteran, Protestant, German American, and/or those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time. Ever-increasingly, RINOs do the same thing. I should write a book about the aforesaid. I would focus on Democrats and RINOs who have used AA to get rid of me.)
NEW YORK TIMES
— COMMENT: Hate-filled Republican-hating Republican-haters say “Trumpism Beyond Trump” and ask “Which version of the Republican Party will win out?” The Republican Party platform is conservative. While he was President, Trump focused on defending and advancing its planks. Hate-filled Republican-hating Republican-haters reject many planks in the Republican Party platform.
— Crime: Red Delusions About Purple Reality – PAUL KRUGMAN (COMMENT: When Democrats move in, poverty and crime increase.)
— COMMENT: Hate-filled Republican-hating Republican-haters say “Their America Is Vanishing. Like Trump, They Insist They Were Cheated.”
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats use “bused immigrants” to promote hatred against Republicans. What have you done that gave your critics/opponents ammunition to use against you? I refused to become a Democrat. I avoided the draft. I became a federal employee and worked for the federal government for almost 30 years. I bought new cars including a Corvette. I bought a new town home, a studio condo, and a one-bedroom condo. I claimed partial day per diem and deducted my graduate education expenses. I complained about political affiliation discrimination, reverse discrimination, and age discrimination. I suggested myself to Money Magazine to be the subject of one of its “One Person’s finances” articles. My wife and I bought a home in Wheaton just east of Harrison and President and I opposed the installation of a traffic signal at that intersection. We had a home built in Wheaton. We filed a lawsuit concerning that home and the subdivision that it was built in. I filed a lawsuit against the attorney who represented us in that lawsuit. We gave up trying to have children, we did not adopt, and we did not become foster parents. I became an active member in a class action lawsuit that charged my employer with reverse discrimination, age discrimination, and retaliation. I continue to support all the planks in the Republican Party platform. I supported Pat O’Malley in the 2002 Republican gubernatorial primary. I continue to a) refuse to be manipulated or dominated by my critics/opponents, b) refuse to glorify and praise them, c) refuse to pander to them, d) refuse to serve as one of their operatives or dupes, e) refuse to cover up their wrong doing, and f) refuse to give them money. I should write a book about the aforesaid.
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, White Evangelical-hating White Evangelical-haters promote hatred against White Evangelicals.
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats pit Abbott, DeSantis, and Trump against each other.
— COMMENT: Democrats say “DeSantis dodges questions on 2024, abortion at Florida gubernatorial debate.” I should write a book about a) the questions that I asked Democrat plant, Libertarian plant, Green plant, Independent plant, and RINO candidates since 2000 at press conferences in my role as the GOPUSA Illinois reporter and b) those candidates who blamed my questions the most for their defeats.
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats push pot.
LOS ANGELES TIMES
— Inside California’s pot legalization failures: Corporate influence, ignored warnings – PATRICK MCGREEVY
— I’m an Asian American Harvard grad. Affirmative action helped me – SALLY CHEN (COMMENT: I should write a book about how my Democrat superiors in the federal government used Affirmative Action to harm me. I would stress the adverse actions that they took against me. IRS did not promote me beyond GS-12. GAO a) delayed my promotion to GS-13, b) did not did not promote me beyond GS-13, and c) forced me to retire in 1997 when I was 49 years old.)
— Social media platforms have done ‘half-measures’ to root out election disinformation – AP (COMMENT: According to my critics/opponents, all information is misinformation except for what they put out or bless. I should write a book about my critics/opponents and the adverse actions that they have taken against me.)
— COMMENT: Expect that ever-increasingly, Democrats, Libertarians, Greens, Independents, and RINOs will force everyone in America a) to speak Spanish, b) to read Spanish, and c) to write Spanish.
— Hiring reaches a turning point: Should bosses hire now or see if a recession hits the economy? – Paul Davidson (COMMENT: While I worked for the Democrats who ran GAO 1980-1997, they might have succeeded in getting rid of me earlier if the agency had not almost always been under hiring and/or promotion freezes.)
WALL STREET JOURNAL
— Florida’s DeSantis Poised to Send More Migrants North in Border-Policy Protest. Weeks after Gov. Ron DeSantis orchestrated a flight of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard, his office and a contractor indicate more trips are planned. – Jon Kamp and Arian Campo-Flores
— Some GOP Candidates Take Centrist Stance, but Don’t Call Them ‘Moderates’ – Natalie Andrews (COMMENT: To be a moderate is to reject planks in your political party’s platform. I should write a book about moderate Republican Party leaders and elected officials in Illinois, in DuPage County, in Milton Township, and in Wheaton since 2000. I would focus those who reject the individual responsibility, traditional marriage/family, right to life, immigration, illegal drugs, Second Amendment, and/or equal opportunity (no race or gender based preference giving) planks in the Republican Party platform. I would focus on those who have taken the biggest adverse actions against me because I support the aforesaid planks.)
— Uncle Sam Wants You for a Military Job That Matters. We need data scientists, coders and engineers as much as we need pilots, submariners and infantry. – Christine Wormuth, Frank Kendall and Carlos Del Toro
— Americans Fall Further Behind on Retirement Savings as Inflation Bites. A new survey found that 55% of people feel they haven’t saved enough, and inflation is preventing them from doing so. – Suzanne Woolley (COMMENT: My wife and I always contributed the maximum amounts to retirement savings plans that IRS allowed. According to my critics/opponents, their operatives, and their dupes, we were able to do that a) because our parents were filthy rich, b) because I have always benefitted tremendously from discrimination against minorities and against women, c) because I avoided the draft, d) because the federal government grossly overpaid me, and e) because my wife and I gave up trying to have children, we did not adopt, and we did not become foster parents. In our defense, a) saving for our retirement was always a top priority for us; my wife worked for the U.S. League of Savings Institutions 1970-1992 and b) we always tried to live on just one of our salaries; my salary ended in 1997.)
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, employers make it clear that they want cheap labor, that is, that they want mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration. Expect that ever-increasingly, employers will ever-increasingly replace their employees who are citizens of America with citizens of foreign countries. Of course, employers will first replace their employees who are White, male, older, past/present union members, non-veteran, Protestant, Italian American, German American, and/or those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time.
— Migrant crisis is ultimate test of NYC schools. The arrival of thousands of young asylees couldn’t have come at a more chaotic time for schools. – MADINA TOURÉ (COMMENT. Under the Democrats, expect that ever-increasing, teaching students how to speak, read, and write Spanish will be your school district’s top priority.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Now the city is grappling with an unprecedented challenge: How to best integrate a sudden influx of migrant kids — with varying educational backgrounds, significant language barriers and understandably unstable personal lives — into an education system that’s totally unready for them. “We need a new plan that goes beyond enrollment and that touches more on the ‘What happens now that the kids are in schools?’ piece,” Andrea Ortiz of the New York Immigration Coalition said in an interview. “How are the schools supposed to support these students? What expectations are there in terms of what additional monetary supports those schools can expect to be able to meet the needs?” Schools are hustling to find more bilingual teachers and adapt curricula to accommodate newcomers’ unique needs without disrupting existing students — all as city scores on state math test are dropping, an onerous class-size mandate looms and the DOE’s budget remains tied up in an unrelated legal battle.)
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Corporate America paints itself as being a) anti-law enforcement, b) anti-Trump, c) anti-conservative, d) anti-patriotic, e) anti-Republican, f) anti-American, g) anti-White, h) anti-male, i) anti-older people, j) anti-heterosexual, k) anti-traditional marriage/family, l) anti-non-poor people, m) anti-gun owners, n) anti-Christian, o) anti-Protestant, p) anti-Italian American, q) anti-German American, and r) anti-those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time.
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats are polarizing, that is, ever-increasingly, Democrats promote hatred against Republicans.
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Border patrol agents sending migrants to false city addresses, sowing confusion.”
— COMMENT: A Democrat asks “How Should Educators Respond to Parents Who Criticize What’s Being Taught?
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats use Venezuelans to promote hatred against Republicans.
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, hate-filled America-hating America-haters encourage citizens of foreign countries to seek asylum in America.