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Remember those all old commercials for LifeCall, where an old woman has fallen to the floor and hilarious quips, “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up?”
Detroit firefighters don't have toilet paper. (Pictured right, a white firefighter.)
Libertarian Joanne Skousen has a point about Romney's low tax rate that most people miss—Romney doesn't have a job. This is his savings, his retirement income that he he's paying tax on.
by Jo Ann Skousen | Posted October 20, 2012
From Friday's NYT, a good example of the current conventional wisdom about The Gap: few African-Americans do well enough in math to get into Stuyvesant High School because their mothers didn't teach them enough English words (unlike, presumably, all those Stuyvesant students whose mothers don't speak English at all).
By GINIA BELLAFANTE
By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF
Dr. Norm Matloff On The CSU Graduate Program That Plans To Only Admit Foreign Students--Because They'll Pay.
Dr. Norm Matloff writes to his email list:
We're told that we don't have enough students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programs. In fact that's one of the justifications for importing more foreigners into these fields.
Yet, if Obama wins reelection, the federal government may be limiting the main source of STEM students - American males.
You would think that in a free country, people could study what they want. But, apparently that won't be the case for STEM students in Obama Term II. It sounds rather totalitarian.
Matthew Richer's article Like Father, Like Son—Betraying The GOP Base Is A Romney Family Tradition goes into detail about the record of George Romney, father of Mitt, and Governor of Michigan in the 1960s. I've found more material:
Affirmative Action - Achilles Heel for Obama Campaign?
In a very enterprising piece of journalism, Andrew Miga of Associated Press has produced the most encouraging news yet about Mitt Romney (probably unintentionally):