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 71 
 on: June 16, 2019, 09:52:00 pm 
Started by Howey - Last post by leekohler2
This is terrible. Tax money should not be going to these schools.

 72 
 on: June 16, 2019, 09:32:37 pm 
Started by Howey - Last post by Howey
The EU, especially Germany, has made great #trides. That’s why Merkel is now considered the leader of the free world.

 73 
 on: June 16, 2019, 09:30:53 pm 
Started by Howey - Last post by Howey
Hi Howey!  Cheesy

Hi!

 74 
 on: June 16, 2019, 09:17:53 pm 
Started by Howey - Last post by Clara
And they said it couldn't be done!

 75 
 on: June 16, 2019, 09:16:21 pm 
Started by Howey - Last post by Clara
Hi Howey!  Cheesy

 76 
 on: June 16, 2019, 03:20:22 pm 
Started by Howey - Last post by Howey
Poll taken on our local TV station yesterday.




 77 
 on: June 16, 2019, 03:15:30 pm 
Started by Howey - Last post by Howey
Note, these are schools that receive federal funding to pay their owners/administrators millions of dollars a year to operate in a completely non-transparent manner.

Not one cent should be given to them.

https://www.orlandosentinel.com/opinion/scott-maxwell-commentary/os-op-florida-desantis-anti-gay-schools-scott-maxwell-20190614-5zubz6luefbsjhzldhzuyf6mie-story.html

Florida governor, legislators back state funding for private, anti-LGBT schools | Commentary

During pride month, Florida politicians love talking about their passion for equality.
They’re much less eager to talk about the anti-equality programs they fund the rest of the year — specifically millions of public dollars they send to schools that discriminate against LGBT families and even expel students who say they’re gay.

Many Floridians aren’t aware they fund such a system. And guys like Gov. Ron DeSantis and House Speaker Jose Oliva don’t like to talk about it.
But you should know it’s out there. Because it’s blatant.

At one of Florida’s approved voucher schools in Brevard County, for example, being gay is actually the only expellable offense listed in the school’s “ethics” policy.
Lying, cheating and destruction of school property are also bad, according to the Merritt Island Christian School student handbook — but only to the extent that they’re listed as “Class II infractions” worthy of punishments like a five-day suspension.

Being gay or transgender is grounds for expulsion — and for denial of admission to this school that received more than $700,000 in public funds last year to educate more than 140 students on state “scholarships.”

At Trinity Christian Academy in Volusia County, the school provides a list of sentences students are not allowed to utter. “I am gay” is one of them.

 78 
 on: June 16, 2019, 03:10:30 pm 
Started by Howey - Last post by Howey
It's not much but great news. Coal is a thing of the past and a killer.

https://www.autoblog.com/2019/06/16/americas-renewable-energy-capacity-overtakes-coal-for-the-first/

America's renewable energy capacity overtakes coal for the first time



America's renewable energy capacity has overtaken coal for the first time ever. According to a report by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), the addition of new solar, wind and hydro capacity in the first four months of the year pushed renewable energy's share of total available installed capacity to 21.56%. Coal's share, meanwhile, has dropped to 21.55 percent, down from 23.04 percent last year.



While these figures represent a very marginal difference, additional findings from FERC suggest that the gap is likely to widen in the coming months. The report notes that the US has been adding, on average, one percentage point to its renewable energy capacity every year, and predicts that by 2022 the technology will account for nearly a quarter of America's total available installed generating capacity. Meanwhile, the nation's appetite for coal continues to decline, with consumption dropping 39 percent from its peak in 2008, to its lowest level in 40 years.

 79 
 on: April 25, 2019, 09:27:53 am 
Started by Bookworm - Last post by Howey
Yes!

 80 
 on: February 04, 2019, 08:12:39 pm 
Started by JustC - Last post by Howey
Yeah us!

Homos rule!

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