Children don't need to be taught about political ideologies. It is better that they can write understandable sentences and do basic arithmetic. I even went through college in the old days without a single mention of anything political in any of my classes (I didn't take political science.) All of my classes stayed on subject. Apparently we don't do that any more.
I teach at a large private universtiy and a state university. I have sat in on hundreds of classes and taken many many as a student. I have never once, not once, had a professor force any sort of political beleifs on me or seen it done to any other student. Most of this librul university BS is RW fantasy outrage stuff, mainly by people that have not been on a campus for anything other than a football game for 20 years. They take a couple of nuts and pretend all professors and universities are like that.
God Bless the Marine Corps.
The left handed the keys of the country to illegals? When did that happen?Ignoring absurd claims like the one that laughingly starts with "the fact is", what is the Prog/Lib plan for the unemployed minorities the left has ignored while handing the keys to the country to illegals? More "its the GOP's fault"? I see cracks in that meme widening.
LMAO. Which facts did I assert that aren't true?That's the issue with the bile this test reveals. The message in the specific question comes from the left. The test is attempting to drive home a lie told by the left. Call it propaganda confirmation of messaging. Just like the BS in your post, it's not even supported by facts, yet you typed them in and posted them as if it were true.
Here's a graph showing various estimates of the illegal population. Maybe you can point out the Obama surge?
Which is fine. I had, and still don't have, an issue with his opinion, but in a high school teaching environment I thought, and still think, he should have been more professional about how he conveyed it. Really, all the students just thought he was an ass.
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.
I've given you many instances. Here are some specific examples:I also note that you have failed to come up with even one Republican that believes what you say all Republicans believe. It's a bad lie and you have been called on it.
Social Security disability payments will be cut by a fifth if Congress doesn’t act - The Washington PostOn Tuesday, however, the House adopted a parliamentary rule that adds a procedural obstacle to reallocating the money. If Republicans do decide that a transfer is necessary, they can change the rules again easily enough. Still, Rep. Sam Johnson (R-Tex.) said that a reallocation would be only a temporary solution that would avoid making real changes to "the fraud-plagued disability program."
"It will actually make the retirement program worse off, and it does nothing to fix the disability program," he said in a statement.
Fraud appears limited to relatively few cases in the disability program, although it is difficult to know precisely how many beneficiaries could be working. A report by the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office found that about 0.4 percent of disability beneficiaries were likely receiving improper payments, because they were working before or after they began receiving checks.
Republican lawmakers block bids to expand Medicaid - CBS NewsGovernors across the political spectrum are hitting a roadblock in their bids to expand Medicaid with federal funds: Republican legislators who adamantly oppose "Obamacare."
While some of these governors themselves have criticized the president's health care law in general, they've come to see one component - Medicaid expansion - as too generous to reject. But they're battling conservative lawmakers who say it's better to turn down billions of federal dollars than to expand Medicaid under the 2010 law.
Partisan politics have driven states' Medicaid decisions ever since the Supreme Court ruled in 2012 that expansion was optional, not mandatory, under the new law. Within months, every Democratic governor agreed to expand Medicaid (although Republican legislatures blocked a few of those efforts).
Only nine states with Republican governors accepted the offer.
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/20/us...amps.html?_r=0House Republicans narrowly pushed through a bill on Thursday that slashes billions of dollars from the food stamp program, over the objections of Democrats and a veto threat from President Obama.
The vote set up what promised to be a major clash with the Senate and dashed hopes for passage this year of a new five-year farm bill. The vote was 217 to 210, largely along party lines. Republican leaders, under pressure from Tea Party-backed conservatives, said the bill was needed because the food stamp program, which costs nearly $80 billion a year, had grown out of control. They said the program had expanded even as jobless rates had declined with the easing recession.
You're wrong. Republicans have constantly and consistently said we shouldn't waste taxpayer money on programs which help the poor. I'll await your apology for calling me a liar.
Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish and he stops voting for the Free Fish party.
Geez, you could at least address the points honestly, not simply cherry pick the ones you think you can address.