Some of them have had gray hair and they’re telling you that they’re 17 years old and they have no documentation,” Jamie Cerulli, the Lynn mayor’s chief of staff, tells NRO. “If my children went to the public schools, I’d be very uncomfortable with all of these unaccompanied minors [that] are placed in the ninth grade.”
This town is getting hammered…
Admission of all foreign students — illegal immigrants, refugees, and foreign nationals — has increased by more than 500 students since the 2010–2011 school year, Catherine Latham, the city’s superintendent of schools, tells NRO. Last school year, nearly 250 students arrived from Guatemala, including 126 enrolled in the ninth grade.
Of course, the federal government is demanding this continue…
Attorney General Eric Holder and Education Secretary Arne Duncan told American public schools that they must enroll the children of illegal immigrants despite little to nothing in the way of legitimate documentation concerning how old the kids are or where they live.
The joint announcement referred to updated guidelines affecting taxpayer-funded K-12 schools with new, federally permissible enrollment practices. The guidelines stress the need for flexibility in choosing which documents illegal immigrant parents can submit to show a child’s age or whether the child actually even lives within a school’s attendance boundary.
ObamaCare subsidies are illegal?
A panel of judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit this morning ruled 2-1 that premium subsidies provided via the federal exchange in 36 states – including Alabama – are outside the scope of the law.
Or are they?
Just hours later, a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Richmond, Va., issued a contradictory ruling, finding 3-0 that the language of the law is so ambiguous that the Obama administration is free to allow the subsidies. That court ruled that the Internal Revenue Service correctly interpreted the will of Congress when it issued regulations allowing health insurance tax credits.
Government handouts are in jeopardy….
About 4.5 million people who have bought insurance via the federal exchange have qualified for subsidies and risk losing the federal assistance. About 2.6 million people have bought health insurance through state exchanges, and about 85 percent of them qualify for assistance. Both courts found that the law does allow subsidies paid through the state exchanges.
Congratulations to Democrats and their media lackeys, you get your narrative: Republicans want to take away your healthcare….
Or as this dumbass puts it…
Cody lashed out at opponents of the Affordable Care Act, whom she blames for Tuesday’s court ruling.
“I hope they do get it straightened out,” she said. “These idiot Republicans, especially in this state, are hell-bent on killing every poor person.”
George Barry can’t tell the difference between a State Senate campaign and a campaign for Madison County Executive Committee…
Dealing w/ Hamas is like dealing w/ a crazy woman who's trying to kill u – u can only hold her wrists so long before you have to slap her—
Bill Maher (@billmaher) July 18, 2014
Why is this offensive?
Because it mentions hitting a woman?
I guess, if you ignore that she is trying to kill you.
He is saying Hamas is weak and could easily be stopped but the world just let’s them rage, eventually they have to be dealt with.
Check your sensitivities… This is brilliant and spot on.
An Alabama appeals court overturned the state’s sodomy ban in June. Aimed at criminalizing homosexual sex, the law was used to convict a Dallas County man for sexual misconduct, although the jury found the homosexual encounter was consensual.
Due to the court’s ruling, Michael Sibley, an Alabama Department of Education spokesman, told AL.com this week that the language in the state requirement is “is legally wrong and no longer operative,” and that “‘homosexual conduct’ is not illegal in Alabama.”
Tell the kids!
Monica Rodriguez, president of New York-based Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States, said the law discriminates against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students. She urged lawmakers to amend it.
“It’s one of those forms of institutional oppression that’s bigger than one line in the sex policy,” said Rodriguez, whose group advocates for comprehensive sexual education reform. “It can be a pervasive attitude that influences school climate. It not only impacts health, but it impacts their academic achievement.
I am sure that is about to happen.
“Hey kids, anal and oral sex is now legal in Alabama! Have fun!”
Here is what actually needs to happen in Alabama…
STOP WORRYING ABOUT THEM HAVING SEX.
They are already doing it.
They also know what cause pregnancy and don’t care.
What we need to be focusing on is this…
Sexually transmitted disease cases for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis in Alabama are nearly double the national average based on population, county health records show.
This is the most easily avoided issue in the world.
Wear a condom. The end. We might want to start focusing on that.
The condom also is relatively effective a presenting pregnancy. The current obsession over birth control methods that DO NOT prevent disease but creates a false level of sexual protection and freedom.