Socialist Shithole

Was this kid put up to spewing this bullshit, of course.

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and then this by the Denver Post…

“To become a naturalized citizen, a person must be a legal permanent resident for five years. They also must pass a citizenship test that involves answering written and spoken civics questions in English. In fiscal year 2016, 741,548 people were naturalized.”

…and then this…

“Almost all of Maria Funtes’ five kids attended the ceremony, some bringing their own kids and taking pictures as Funtes was presented with her citizen certificate. Originally from Mexico, she came to the U.S. in 1982 “like everybody, coming for a better life,” she said through a translator.”

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GALT, Calif. (AP) — California is taking its fight against global warming to the farm.

The nation’s leading agricultural state is now targeting greenhouse gases produced by dairy cows and other livestock.

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Conservatives do themselves no favors by selling out their views and cheering Trump’s liberal policies, while assuming that some of the conservative advisors around him will clean up the mess. That will destroy any leverage we have to talk him off the ledge.

There is nobody closer to Trump than his daughter. If you think some of the conservative advisors have more clout than Ivanka, you are not paying attention. She is to The Donald what Huma is to Hillary. If he was willing to adopt this plan at her behest, there is a lot more where that came from. And it’s as old and stale as Bernie Sanders.

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America’s homeowners should be shaking in their shoes. The federal government has decided that people who have worked, saved and planned so they can buy homes in nice, safe neighborhoods of their own choosing, are racists. They charge that it is a “social injustice.” The government now claims that it’s unfair unless everyone can have the same, whether they earn it or not. And it doesn’t matter whether they can afford such a home. We’re told that it’s racist to deny someone an equal home, just because they don’t have the money for it. White privilege, don’t you know.

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A new grading scale that redefines what constitutes an “A” or an “F” is causing strife and confusion in the Cotati-Rohnert Park school district. Some teachers and officials say it lowers the bar for student success, while others say it encourages students to succeed.

Cotati-Rohnert Park school administrators say the change reflects a national movement to encourage students to strive rather than demoralizing them with low grades that make success seem out of reach.

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  • Hamburg city officials say that owners of vacant real estate have refused to make their property available to the city on a voluntary basis, and thus the city should be given the right to take it by force.
  • “The proposed confiscation of private land and buildings is a massive attack on the property rights of the citizens of Hamburg. It amounts to an expropriation by the state [and a] “law of intimidation.” — André Trepoll, Christian Democratic Union.
  • “If a property is confiscated… a lawsuit to determine the legality of the confiscation can only be resolved after the fact. But the accommodation would succeed in any event.” — Tübingen Mayor Boris Palmer.
  • Officials in North Rhine-Westphalia seized a private resort in the town of Olpe to provide housing for up to 400 migrants
  • “I find it impossible to understand how the city can treat me like this. I have struggled through life with grief and sorrow and now I get an eviction notice. It is a like a kick in the stomach.” — Bettina Halbey, 51-year-old nurse, after being notified that she must vacate her apartment so that migrants can move in.
  • The landlord is being paid 552 euros ($617) for each migrant he takes in. By cramming as many migrants into his property as possible, he stands to receive payments of more than 2 million euros a year from government.
  • “Considering that migrants cannot afford to rent new properties… moves must be initiated in which higher income households purchase or build more expensive accommodations for themselves in order to free up the less expensive housing for migrants.” — The Berlin Institute for Urban Development, the Housing Industry and Loan Associations
  • “I saw an unbelievable situation: the elderly volunteer lifted the table halfway, looked at the migrant and moved his head asking the migrant to lend a hand. The migrant paused for a moment and then just walked away.” — Firsthand account, refugee shelter.

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A “Social Security Works” rally held at Westlake Park was interrupted Saturday afternoon when Black Lives Matter protestors jumped the stage and refused to leave.

The group took over just as Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was about to address the crowd.

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VIDEO: Black Lives Matter folks make obscene gestures at news crew and call crowd White Supremacist Liberals … Oh My!


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A majority of students training at scores of New York colleges to become teachers flunked a literacy test they have to pass to be licensed, new figures show.

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Three decades after federal courts ordered Denver Public Schools to better serve English learners, its efforts remain plagued by inconsistencies and a large number of students who haven’t shown progress in learning the language.

The district is two years into its latest plan to educate English learners, who make up nearly 35 percent of the district’s 90,000 students.

But based on the most recent annual tests, nearly one in three of the district’s English learners who have been in the system for the past two years failed to make progress on their English skills.

Students who don’t adequately learn the language are more likely to drop out and less likely to graduate. In the 2012-13 school year, Colorado had a 76.9 percent graduation rate, but for students with limited English, the graduation rate was just 58.5 percent. In DPS, English learners had a 53.1 percent graduation rate, compared with the overall district’s graduation rate of 61.3 percent.

“That is the crisis in America today, providing comprehensive quality education to our Latino students so that they can be successful, productive citizens as they enter the workforce,” said Lorenzo Trujillo, a Denver attorney who has been involved in high-profile education court battles and follows the DPS case. “The history in the schools has been to fail these students.”

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With Latinos, it is never about personal responsibility — and they are never held accountable.

It’s always: “Our borders are broken” – not the criminal Latino crossing the border.

Latinos are failing in school – it’s the school/district/tax payers fault and not the responsibility of the individual (and parental involvement) to do the actual work.

The Latino element in Colorado wants more money to throw at the problem.

After three decades the problem is obvious and so is the solution.

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