Daily Archives: June 1, 2017

School to student: Enough with the gender flip-flopping

Administrators at a Long Island high school forced a student to sign a contract barring her from changing her gender identity because she had switched it twice already, sources told The Post. More… | NY Post

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NH Native Sarah Silverman – Kathy Griffin has Nothing to Apologize For

Even though Kathy Griffin just apologized for posting a video of her hoisting Trump’s bloodied severed head, fellow-admiring comedienne Sarah Silverman thinks she has nothing to apologize for.  More… | Hollywood 411

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Scientists Map The Genome Of Ancient Egyptian Kings, And They Weren’t From Africa

The first ever genetic analysis of mummies found that ancient Egyptian kings were more closely related to West Asians than Africans, according to a study published Tuesday by scientists at the Max Planck Institute. The research found that ancient Egyptians were most … Continue reading

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Remember When Kathy Griffin Was Uppity About Sarah Palin’s Crosshairs?

Watching the news? Congresswoman in AZ,who is ON Sarah Palin's crosshairs map was SHOT in the head 2day. Happy now Sarah? — Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) January 8, 2011 | The Federalist

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Sensible Reasons Why Mr. Trump Should Dump Obama’s Paris Climate Agreement

The President’s instincts are spot on here. He should withdraw the United States from the accords and be prepared to stoutly defend his decision on both political and scientific grounds. Ironically, the best reasons for getting out of the accords … Continue reading

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The Candia School Board and Changing Gender Identities

Rich started the show by talking about the Candia School Board meeting regarding their transgendered policy.  He brought the listeners up to speed with the events that lead to tonight’s meeting and spoke about the ever-increasing amount of gender identities … Continue reading

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Croydon “Education Tuitioning” Bill Passes the New Hampshire House

The Croydon Bill passes the NH House today by a vote of 210 -147 House Majority Leader Richard Hinch (R-Merrimack): “The passage of SB8 is an important step forward in school choice. This bill will give school boards and parents … Continue reading

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