Issues with Kyle Rittenhouse’s coverage and other comments

Iconoclasm: The Collapse of Media Narratives Some errors are normal, but “when news sources keep getting things wrong, and all the errors lie in exactly the same direction, and they’re reluctant to admit it, we have a problem,” Andrew Sullivan warns of Substack. Agenda-driven reports of the Kenosha shooting “virtually ruled out the possibility of that happening.” [Kyle] Rittenhouse was a naive and dangerous idiot. . . who, in the end, shot the assailants in self-defense, “even the testimony he did was ‘a shocker.’ Add to the meltdown of Steele’s…

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The New York City Department of Education eliminates the zoned high school option

New York City families are assigned outside of their local high schools. The city’s Department of Education has quietly ditched high school zoning, which for decades guaranteed students a seat at a school close to their home. That leaves eighth-graders facing more uncertainty as they try to deal with an increasingly confusing admissions system, which is spoiling some families’ long-term plans. “When my son applied to attend high school, all he had to do was exclude Queens Metropolitan,” said Rena DeGina, whose Woodhaven address prioritized her children on the Forest…

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Eric Adams wants to end school mask mandates

Mayor-elect Eric Adams took to the airwaves on Sunday and announced that he wanted to unhide mandates in the classroom and described himself as a “conservative” regarding public safety. Adams fears that masks are preventing students from making friends, and he said he wants to end the school’s mask mandate when he takes office Jan. “If we can find a safe way to do that, I’m looking forward to getting off the mask,” Adams told CNN about the State of the Union Sunday morning. “Part of a child’s socialization is…

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NYC “cheater” teachers at Maspeth High School have been fired

In further fallout from the class-rigging scandal at Maspeth HS, the city’s education department has fired five teachers and accused them of “testing irregularities,” officials told The Post. Mathematics teachers Daniel Sepúlveda and Christopher Grunert have been fired. History teachers Keith Powell – who was also Union Branch Leader – and Justin Lakoff; and science teacher Nasreen Jaweed. They remain on the payroll pending disciplinary action. The Department of Energy also accused Sepulveda of “improper physical strength”. Videos show a Husky wrestling coach hitting a teen lightly on the floor…

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Merrick Garland Unfit for the Supreme Court – The AG

Merrick Garland’s nomination to the Supreme Court by President Barack Obama died on the grounds of rule when Republicans refused to take him on. Instead, the seat was filled by Judge Alan Neil Gorsuch. Garland Consolidation Award: Become President Joe Biden’s Attorney General. However, within a short nine months, he was proven not only unfit to sit in court but unfit to serve as a public prosecutor. In fact, his behavior indicates that he is ineligible for any federal position. Garland’s nomination to the court was always inappropriate. Libertarians thought…

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Minnesota residents are now required to state their home address if they want to speak at school board meetings

Residents of Mankato, Minnesota, were asked to provide their home addresses during the public portion of school board meetings this month in order to address officials. Judy Sapp, Chair of the Board of Directors of Mankato District Public Schools, Establish new rules Prior to the open forum on October 18, including prohibiting residents from addressing individual school board members and requiring each speaker to state their home address publicly. “Before the open forum, I’d like to review two things,” Saab said. “Each speaker is required to give his name and…

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