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May 05, 2014

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jimmyk

Has anyone (rse?) commented on this?

http://ktla.com/2014/05/05/rialto-assignment-asking-to-students-to-question-holocaust-to-be-revised/#atwPMdGJsQlH7w6L.99

In particular: "[T]he district seems to have given the assignment with an intent, although misguided, to meet Common Core standards relating to critical learning skills."

And I note the school superintendent is Mohammad Z. Islam. Probably a Presbyterian.

Captain Hate

Here's something rse should enjoy, if that's the right word for it:

http://minx.cc/?post=348981

Needless to say, Zombie John Gotti still defends Common Core. The educators are looking out for us; we just have to trust them.

Captain Hate

jimmyk beat me by a minute.

narciso

I guess I shouldn't be surprised that a bottom feeding slug mudsucker, and Joe Hagan, would want to run down Lara Logan, what's the bravest thing he's ever done,,
if anything I would fault her for, was taking up with the Aussie weasel, Michael Ware. who
was on the Taliban's christmas club list,

narciso

'Winning the Future' is the most charitable interpretation, the worst can only be written in another language, with symbols,

Captain Hate

Levin is screaming about the JEF is about to make some executive order tomorrow related to global warming. I swear at this rate Mark will visit the Cleveland Clinic again shortly.

narciso

Now we'd be cooking with gas;

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/05/judge-napolitano-house-special-committee-on-benghazi-could-subpoena-obama-video/

miss Marple

Danube, you are probably right.

Maybe he should just get a buzz cut and forget about it.

Hair today looked slightly better than I have seen.

Centralcal on iPad

I like Gowdy's hair, most of the time. Not a fan when he tries to slick it back. I don't think he is losing his hair, either. It appears to be bone straight and fine textured, which makes styling it a challenge, I think. Look forward to the mud wrestling that will occur if anyone tries to come between him and Jane!

Captain Hate

LOL Miss Marple. Tammy Bruce said this afternoon "I don't know why guys with hair like that just don't get it buzzed".

narciso

Yes, I see the point, the morons at Rolling Stone, not in a good way, have been in full Tweety mode, in anticipation;'

http://therightscoop.com/mark-levin-tomorrows-climate-change-push-isnt-about-the-weather-its-a-revolution/

Thomas Collins

Jack Bauer is back and reunited with Chloe. Jack owes one to former Defense Secretary, now Prez, Heller for what happened to Audrey, who recovered and is now married to Heller's Chief of Staff. Jack is squaring the account by attempting to save Prez Heller's life in London against a planned drone attack on Heller by a redhead femme fatale and another woman who appears to be the redhead's mother. I'm hooked again on 24!

CR

Here's the clip of Gowdy on Greta's show:

http://foxnewsinsider.com/2014/05/05/benghazi-select-committee-chair-gowdy-murder-4-americans-‘should-transcend-politics’

Greta asked about getting access to Obama's Presidential Daily Breifing reports since Bush gave access to his after 9/11. I remember Obama skipped his in person daily briefings in the days before and after (to go to Vegas) but they said it was fine because he reviewed the reports.

jimmyk

GMTA, Captain.

I missed the '24' return, but what I really want to know is whether it is being live-blogged at Dave Barry's site. That was always more fun than the show itself.

Dave (in MA)

Chloe spent the last few years working with a bunch of hipster Snowden types.

jimmyk

So if I understand correctly, Lara Logan's unpardonable error was a story whose basic premise was correct (AQ's presence at Benghazi) but was based on an unreliable source.

Meanwhile nothing has ever happened to Brian Ross, or all those who reported that racial epithets were shouted at John Lewis, and so on. Would Logan be in trouble if her story had been bad for Republicans?

jimmyk

Yes, Dave Barry comes through:

http://blogs.herald.com/dave_barrys_blog/2014/05/24-1.html

As always, the comments are part of the fun, but the guy who used to do these incredible plot summaries doesn't seem to have shown up, unfortunately.

Thomas Collins

Partial spoiler alert.

And Jack purposely got himself captured by US London operatives so he could spring Chloe from a US torture to the max detention center. And the femme fatale put a couple of knives to the brain one of Chloe's former Snowden type compatriots as he was standing at a urinal. He thought he was leading the operation for the mother, but he was just a sap.

Never let your supposed girlfriend nuzzle you while you are at the urinal. One of the lessons from the season opener.

Worth watching for jimmyk and anyone else who missed it.

narciso

Yes, it's back,


http://blogs.herald.com/dave_barrys_blog/

no, she would get the Pulitzer,

she ventured into Ramadi in 2003, where the first inkling of the future counterinsurgency
was being tried,

James D.

Never let your supposed girlfriend nuzzle you while you are at the urinal. One of the lessons from the season opener.

And people say television isn't educational...

Thomas Collins

James D., you should take over for Dave Barry as the 24 blogger!

Thomas Collins

In any event, Chloe still thinks she has done the right thing by helping leak US secrets, but she is helping Jack save Heller's life. She helped get Jack out of a sticky situation by stealing a getaway car by hot wiring it.

sbw

I've come to see stadiums as the big Bialystok play, and I'd vote against now

That’s perceptive, narciso.

narciso

What kind of fools, would keep Special Activities in the same complex as the regular CIA compound

Thomas Collins

Easier for Jack to maneuver from one to the other, narciso. Look at it this way. One doesn't watch Perry Mason to learn about criminal trial practice. One watches for the entertainment value. Same with 24.

narciso

the latest trick, is to try to entice Beckham to this new soccer stadium, by no new funds, but surrendering the property to the city, what kind of a scam, is that,

narciso

Well it was rhetorical, it's actually a little too close to way things would actually be practiced,

Sue

Wow. The Clippers look like the Spurs yesterday and the Thunder looks like the Mavs.

Dave (in MA)

Prime Minister Jeeves has at least 6" on Audrey's old man.

Dave (in MA)

I didn't catch whether this was a mobile CTU just for the Prez' visit, or do they keep a permanent franchise open in Blighty.

Captain Hate

When the Clip Joint gets their running game going, it can be Dunkfest 2014.

narciso

Well it seems to be the latter, with the same gaping security lapses of the old cTU,

Captain Hate

The Clips and Thunder played one of the best regular season games I saw this season. They can both break the scoreboard.

Thomas Collins

The PM has that sublime combination of British Lord/friendly Santa Claus look down pat, Dave (in MA).

narciso

It's Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie's Jeeves associate, and most recently the shrink on Bones.

Captain Hate

I guess I shouldn't be surprised that a bottom feeding slug mudsucker, and Joe Hagan, would want to run down Lara Logan, what's the bravest thing he's ever done

Leaving no stone unturned to find vermin to protect Preznit Historic First.

narciso

Yvonne's Kate, is not unlike Shaw, from PoI, Bauer, does out stoic Reese,

Dave (in MA)

jimmyk: http://blogs.herald.com/dave_barrys_blog/2014/05/24-1.html?cid=6a00d83451587d69e201a3fd01e001970b#comment-6a00d83451587d69e201a3fd01e001970b

Dave (in MA)

"11:28 – Mark is in his office, looking at Jack's VERY impressive Game Center kill list when he's interrupted by a high pitched screech from someone saying "I'm almost ready". It's AUDREY! That can only mean that Mark must have lost some kind of bet."

jimmyk

Ah, thanks, Dave, The Amazing Steve comes through. I guess he was a bit out of practice, usually he gets the plot summaries in within an hour of the episode.

Captain Hate

I found this Allman Brothers clip from Stoney Brook on October 23, 1970 where the sound was really good. I found one from a month earlier at the Fillmore East that Gregg's vocals were almost completely lost in the mix. There's no set list for this and I'm only about half way through it but the songs I've heard are:

1. Please Don't Keep Me Wondering
2. Dreams
3. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
4. Mountain Jam

http://ia600505.us.archive.org/13/items/AllmanBrothersBand1970-10-23StonybrookNY/AllmanBrothersBand1970-10-23StonybrookNY.mp3?cnt=0

narciso

Good stuff there, Captain,

Captain Hate

Glad you like it, narc. I probably strike at least some people as obsessive in how much of their stuff I link here but I find it fascinating how the songs change from performance to performance. Groups that play things note for note from one performance to another (including some jazz groups I could identify; including some the dumbass critics fawn over) drive me up the wall.

Anyway the last two songs are:

5. Stormy Monday
6. You Don't Love Me (an early short version of this without a lot of improv; this might have been one of the first times they played it in concert)

Dave (in MA)

Here's another take on Stormy Monday from the same year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-DBcyZwczc

Dave (in MA)

Correction-it was 2 years prior.

Captain Hate

I'm determined to check my buddy Gus's recommendation of Townes Van Zandt. Here's the earliest clip I could find, a radio studio performance of just him and his guitar (at least on the first two cuts; I'm pretty tired and am going to bed) from 10/20/70 (just three days apart from the Allman's clip, also in NYC):

http://ia600300.us.archive.org/23/items/TownesVanZandt1970-10-20BobFassShowWBAI_NYC/TownesVanZandt1970-10-20BobFassShowWBAI_NYC.mp3?cnt=0

Here's not so much a set list as a printed up cd cover to use for people who burn this on to a disc:

http://tela.sugarmegs.org/_asxtela/asxcards/TownesVanZandt1970-10-20BobFassShowWBAI_NYC.html

There's a lot of later stuff available so I'll count on Gus to tell me what period he considers the primo stuff to come from.

Captain Hate

I'm sure at Jazz Corner I went on at least one mega rant about how much I hated Jethro Tull.

Gus

Hey Capn' Great stuff, the early stuff is best, it's more raw, and by that I mean it is from the gut. I spent an hour or so just playing some 12 bar finger picking' ditties in E, on my Takamine. I also played a down low, melancholy version of IN MY LIFE by the Beatles on my lovely Takamine guitar. I love stuff that obviously comes from the heart. As for the Allmans' their best stuff has the Hammond b-3 ripping through a leslie.

Gus

Btw Capn, I had dinner at Applebees last night, and on the wall was a pic of Sheryl Crowe playing guitar. I'm no fan of hers, but I do recognize she has SOME talent. But what struck me and Jr. was the GORGEOUS GIBSON HUMMINGBIRD GUITAR she was playing.

Gus

SNOT IS RUNNING DOWN HIS NOSE. One of the classic lines of all time.

Dave (in MA)

Too bad, CH. I lost track of how many times I saw them and have been on a major JT kick since Anderson's solo album came out last month.
Too bad the only song most people know by them is the one with lyrics by Anderson's wife out of all the hundreds of others.

Dave (in MA)

If you like the A-Bros. you need to check out the offshoot Gov't Mule.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BeA7NSbO6OA

Gus

Cool Dave. Government mule!!! I remember.

Buckeye

And of course if you like Gov't Mule, you got to check out some of Warren Haynes other recent stuff.

Gus

Dave, Anderson was quite a dude. He was elfish and creative and put FLUTE into Rock for sure, and he was also tongue in cheek. THICK AS A BRICK etc. He certainly did not take himself seriously. I love that.

daddy

Levin is screaming about the JEF is about to make some executive order tomorrow related to global warming.

The Japan Times/International Herald Tribune edition on dead tree has this Reuters story on the front page above the fold:
East Antarctica at risk of thaw

The AGW hysteria continues and I think this new report is as bad as I've seen it.

Paragraph 1): Part of East Antarctica is more vulnerable than expected to a thaw that could trigger an unstoppable slide of ice into the ocean and raise world sea levels for thousands of years.

Para 2): ...enough ice to raise sea levels by 10 to 13 feet if it were to melt as an effect of global warming...

Para 5): ...there is still time to limit warming to levels to keep the ice plug in place.

Sounds catastrophically horrible. Then way down at the bottom we get this:

Para 10): The study indicated that it could take 200 years or more to melt the ice plug if ocean temperatures rise. Once removed, it could take between 5,000 and 10,000 years for ice in the Wilkes Basin to empty as gravity pulls the ice seaward.

So we must act today to prevent sea levels from rising in 10,000 years! That's what they are reading on the front page of the IHT over in Asia.

To drive the danger home they tell us this way down at the bottom: The United Nations panel on climate change says it is at least 95 percent probable that human activities such as burning fossil fuels — rather than natural swings in the climate — are the dominant cause of warming since the 1950s.

That stuck out at me because it is exactly opposite NK's link from the last thread, Top Ten Good Skeptical (of AGW) Arguments

2) Natural or Manmade? If we don’t know how much of the warming in the longer term (say last 50 years) is natural, then how can we know how much is manmade?

Gus

Daddy, There is NO GLOBAL WARMING. The LEFT, as I've said for nearly 7 years now, has come unhinged, and is ALL IN ON.....THE FULL COMMIE.
They don't care about the truth. It's the biggest lie of ALL TIME.

daddy

Gus,

Over at WattsUp weather-guy Joe Bastardi has a story up (Significant Arctic Sea Ice Story a Possibility This Year) that says this about Antarctica:

Global and Southern Hemisphere anomalies are already unmentionable since the former is well above normal and the latter is routinely busting daily records.

What Bastardi's saying of relevance to Antarctica, is that the AGW guys are so dead wrong on what Antarctica has been doing that they've basically shut up about their Antarctic prognostications that don't match reality.

That makes me think that the reason for the new story I linked up above, (about us having to join the AGW bandwagon in order to prevent some Antarctic glacier possibly melting in 200 years time and causing sea level rise over the next 10,000 years), is simply a new way to keep the hysteria ratched-up without having to acknowledge reality or deal with their gross predictive failures so far. So it's still Chicken Little, but just screaming about the sky falling so far into the future that in this lifetime they can never be held accountable or proved wrong.

Gus

Daddy, they have NOTHING LEFT. It's much like Benghazi. They are caught DEAD TO RIGHTS. What do they have to lose now??
I have a buddy, a close friend, who I grew up with. When we were young and playing in a popular rock band, he used to say. "If your girlfriend catches you cheating. LIE, LIE, LIE BIG and keep on lying. The truth is not on your side". It's your only dodge.

Dublindave 2016

"Daddy, they have NOTHING LEFT. It's much like Benghazi. They are caught DEAD TO RIGHTS. What do they have to lose now?"


I was at a local meeting of Tampa bay Democrats last night and everyone was freaking out about 'Benghazi'. I stood up and said "but they've got nothing-this is just about mid-term mobilization,right much like our war on women/voting/immigrant meme?"

What I heard from my democrat friends turned me white.

There is a record of what President Obama wanted done on the night of the Benghazi attacks and if rethugs get their hands on it there won't be a Democratic party anymore.

It's over.......we are fucking screwed.......i'm going to have to get a job in the next 5 years or something cause I have a feeling the gravy trains stopping.

daddy

If you'll excuse me, a long rambling' OT on Jethro Tull lyrics.

Tull used to do a tune that had the line in it "That was the best cup of coffee that I ever had."

In college my guitarist playing roomie (the Art Major) and I, used to play Tull tunes and ride skateboards. I had found that at night after getting lit (shhh), a great place to ride my skateboard was in one of the big Science buildings on campus (I think it was either Chemistry or Physics).

Anyhow, the buildings floors were super smooth and wide open and you could zip around the halls on your skateboard at great speed for good middle of the night fun:)

So we were doing that one midnight when we stopped into a sort of lecture Hall, which had a bunch of big black chalkboards, and on one of the blackboards was an empty coffee cup sitting on the little tray that was attached at the bottom of the blackboard, that the pieces of chalk and erasers lie in.

The roommate had been on some kick for a few weeks where he had been doing dozens of quick, very funny self-portraits of himself while staring into a mirror. So as I kept zipping around the halls, he grabbed a piece of chalk, and knocked out a real beauty of a funny sketch of his head, (almost R Crumb quality) about 2 feet high and a foot across, of his head, with his eyes staring down looking at that empty coffee cup, and above his head he drew the thought bubble "That was the best cup of coffee that I ever had!"

It was killer hilarious. One of the finest laughs I've ever had.

What was best, was that for at least 2 weeks I would periodically come back, and there would be other equations and stuff on the chalkboards, but his mug staring at the coffee cup remained untouched:)

That told me that Science guys had a sense of humor.

Guess you had to be there, but Tull was big at the time, and I recall us playing that tune on guitars and singing and laughing hysterically at that stanza:

I'm sitting on the corner feeling glad.
Got no money coming in but I can't be sad.
That was the best cup of coffee I ever had.
And I won't worry about a thing because we've got it made,
Here on the inside, outside so far away.

glasater

One of my FB friends introduced us today to a Harp guitar and I stumbled on this fellow.

It's a different kind of music you guys talk about on this blog and I really enjoy eavesdropping on those conversations but this kind of music is just so different in the sound I was completely enthralled.

daddy

Very nice link, Glasater---beautiful sounds.

I recall our beloved P'UK played a 7 string Guitar.

Marlene

Morning! About Trey Gowdy's hair...he was on one of those crime shows commenting on a a crime in SC he had prosecuted. The show was dated from several years ago. Gowdy's hair was longer and styled better. His hair has thinned out and he has less of it now. Maybe the ladies of JOM should send him styling advice. : )

daddy

EPA Director Lisa Jackson Richard Windsor update:

If we never do get to the bottom of Benghazi via their e-mails, there's a reason for that: everybody in the Administration used illegal e-mails to keep their actions secret.

Obama's chief science adviser must explain secret emails

White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Director John Holdren the Competitive Enterprise Institute filed suit in a federal court Monday claiming (White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Director John) Holdren violated federal law and regulation by doing something he specifically advised employees not to do. That something was using a private email account to conduct official government business.

Miss Marple

Marlene,

His hair looks slightly better now that it did when he was combing it straight back. I think he also experimented with spiky hair a couple years ago but that didn't work, either.

Layering to get fullness might help, but I am not an expert. I sympathize with him because it looks like he has fine hair and that makes it doubly hard.

daddy

.


Perhaps we are making too much of Kurt Gowdy's hair?

Miss Marple

daddy,

Ha!

Good hair does hot necessarily equate to good character, as you have visually demonstrated! Bravo!

daddy

Kurt Gowdy, Trey Gowdy, whatever:)

Marlene

Ha,daddy! Maybe he should style his hair like Tom Brady,see Drudge.

Gotta go,I'm getting a deep tissue massage this morning. I pulled out my back and it hurts like heck.

Jane

Hands off Gowdy! His hair is not the attraction.

Miss Marple

Jane,

I wasn't criticizing! Of all the Congressmen I have seen on TV, he seems to be one of the few with a warrior's heart.

Love the guy!

daddy

Bye Marlene,

Sorry about your poor back. There used to be a girl in Subic in the old days that used to walk on my lower back following long distance runs---painfully wonderful.

Morning Jane and Miss M. I see the Gowdette's are up early:)

Jane

Go Trey! Go Trey! Go Trey!

Miss Marple

Good morning, daddy. Yes, am up. It's primary day here so I will go vote for my Congressman and a group of assorted local officials. No big issues here, as we defeated a property tax increase for our school (which has astro-turf on the football field and a jumbotron scoreboard) last year.

Gowdy has a good prosecutorial mind and is very good at explaining things, which will be very valuable.

If the dems refuse to participate and the networks try to ignore the hearings, Fox can have a ratings gold mine all summer.

Miss Marple

Gowdy will be on Americas Newsroom on Fox with Martha McCallum.

Her tweet says "why you will hear more about Tom Donilon."

Miss Marple

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/05/elizabeth-warren-obama_n_5269684.html?&ncid=tweetlnkushpmg00000016

This is where Elizabeth Warren tries to portray herself as one who cares about the midle class, and blames the "Obama team" for caring more about Wall Street than Main Street.

1. She's going to run. 2. She is a danger because she is good at fooling the naive into thinking she is a centrist.

Miss Marple

Oh, look! This should lift everyone's spirits!

http://www.politico.com/story/2014/05/michelle-obama-anna-wintour-106365.html?hp=r4

Anna Wintour anad Michelle Obama will partner to hold a "fashion workshop" at the White House!

I cannot think of enough bad stuff to say about this.

narciso

Do facts matter anymore, that is the question from Benghazi, to the skydragon that will eventually melt Antartica, to the Red Squaw's gambit,

perceptions, seem to matter, to the Anchoress, to Noonan, et al, while the expression of our faith is being extinguished, our livelihoods thrown on the scrap heap, our military is being cannibalized,

narciso

Remember that poll they conducted a year ago, on the subject;

http://www.forbes.com/sites/paulroderickgregory/2014/05/05/putins-human-rights-council-accidentally-posts-real-crimean-election-results-only-15-voted-for-annexation/

Miss Marple

narciso, It occurs to me that people who do not value the sanctity of life would think the lives of 4 Americans not that big a loss compared to their quest for all-important political power.

We are simply pegs they move on a gameboard. If a few get swept away, well, no big deal.

Truth doesn't matter. Lives don't matter.

Very sad and scary to see the way things are going.

narciso

I was speaking more of those, on our side, that see all these assaults on this country, and chalk it up to coincidence, who still think Zaphod is 'just over his head'

daddy

Anna Wintour anad Michelle Obama will partner to hold a "fashion workshop" at the White House!

I hope they come out with a line of mandated school uniforms that become as despised as her menu choices.

NK(withnewsoftware)

MissM-- regarding Trey G's hair, there's always the timeless Greek wisdom of Telly Savalas... 'Bald is beautiful.... baby... sa agapo'

Facts... they are all that matter to us on the Right, because we reach rational conclusions based on facts, historical and present day. The Left hates facts because they interfere with the narrative at times. To the Left the only importances of facts is when they coincidentally support the narrative. All other times, the facts are ignored, or outright invented. And of course like their fascist/totalitarian exemplars Himmler and Stalin, the Left uses the Big Lie; like calling themselves the fact based community. It's our duty to defeat them ... by using facts.

Jeff Dobbs

Bori:
I can't help but remember how Will Smith reacted when he was interviewed on French TV and told about the then proposed 75% tax in France.

Remember how Smith and other Hollywood celebs reacted to Obama's "I do think at a certain point, you've made enough money"?

Miss Marple

narciso,

There are people who simply are in denial. They cannot fathom we have a president who actively works to destroy the country.

I am not interested in proving him incompetent. He is very competent at destroying things while appearing to look clueless. That is an act he has perfected, along with his "charming smile."

NK(withnewsoftware)

Goebbels' Big Lie. I conflated my fascists.

narciso

So how does one fight, this foe and all their allies, the folks in the Nutmeg state, let Malloy run roughshod over you, not unlike Volodya's play in Crimea,

Jeff Dobbs

narc:
Do facts matter anymore, that is the question from Benghazi,

"Everyone is entitled to his own opinion. And we are entitled to our own facts."
--stuff Daniel Patrick Moynihan never said, but Team Obama believes

NK(withnewsoftware)

Make no mistake, Obummer is incompetent, in myriad ways. The simple truth is that it is far easier for government to destroy than to permit te conditions civil society and prosperity. History is littered with examples.

Buckeye

MM

Our modern cultural downward spiral is identical to what has always happened in a godless society. Paul dscribes it perfectly in Romans 1:18-32. Nothing new.

NK(withnewsoftware)

Malloy is too drunk and too stupid to ride roughshod over anyone or anything. Ct has some very rich people, some very poor people, all of the aspirational middle class want to leave, so the government employees, especially teachers run everything.... and get themselves paid, of course. All Malloy does is sign the checks. Enjoy my ethnic compatriot former and future Gov. Crist ;)

narciso

Paul must have foreseen the likes of Flathead, and Klein with Romans 1;20,

reciting the rest, will likely become a hate crime,

Old Lurker

One of the better quotes from that, Buckeye:

"Claiming to be wise, they became fools"

narciso

just as Ephesian 10;10, puts the arrogance of Hawking in perspective,

NK(withnewsoftware)

Is this what Levin was moaning about last night, the Fed's 840 'Climate' Assessment'. Dr Roy Spencer gives it the snarky response it deserves. BTW, El Nino of indeterminable strength and duration coming this summer-autumn. Gird your loins for more nonsense as ChiTown and St Louis and Indianapolis roast, as they regress their way back to the annual temp mean from the ridiculous winter cold: http://www.drroyspencer.com/2014/05/climate-change-mass-hysteria-grips-the-u-s/

rse

Thanks for the links to the Holocaust assignment above. I had noted when I looked at the bo and mo affiliated Facing History curriculum that is actually about character devt that the causes of the Holocaust were being seriously misportrayed in dangerous ways.

This is definitely an event that needs to be bracketed by the "it's not about facts anymore, but creating new mindsets and perspectives" crowd. Pearl Harbor and WW2 are others. I also suspect unesco's antipathy to israel is seeping in to how the Holocaust is portrayed. These curriculums being brought in under the Common Core are in use in countries throughout the West so that the concept of the country as a relevant guiding unit gets minimized.

narciso

For them, as with Mahmud Abbas, the Holocaust, a deliberate act of genocide,
was a feint whereas the Nakbah, the regretable result of losing a battle is
the only thing that matters,

Dublindave 2016

How many American soldiers died in Iraq?

How many Iraqi women and children?

NK(withnewsoftware)

Thanks to the Dem political monopoly 2009-2010, and the fed reserve ChairDwarfs, the Dollar continues to disintegrate, get ready for more skyrocketing food and fuel prices for RECOVERY SUMMER V! A little more of this and we'll be Caracas on the Potomac. http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/05/06/us-markets-global-idUSBRE96S00E20140506

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