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Washington — Former national security adviser John Bolton knocked President Trump on Sunday for his criticism of his onetime adviser's comment on North Korea abandoning its nuclear weapons, saying the president would be "better off" if he learned a "little history."

During an interview on "Face the Nation," Bolton was asked about a comment he made on the program in April 2018, in which he said it was a requirement for Pyongyang to give up its nuclear weapons in negotiations with the U.S. and cited Libya's decision to abandon its nuclear program in 2003. Mr. Trump went on to tell Fox News in an interview last month that Bolton's invocation of the Libya model was "one of the dumbest things I've ever seen on television."
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The CDC issued additional guidance this week on safely reopening schools, with infections spiking in the South and West.
'How the hell are we going to do this?' The panic over reopening schools - POLITICO

A student organization called the Princeton Open Campus Coalition is urging university officials this week to push back against the demands of woke students and faculty. The university recently caved to demands to remove Woodrow Wilson's name from the university's school of public policy. According to the students, the "siege against academic freedom" is "fundamentally about ideology and power."
Princeton Students Urge School Officials to Resist the

One Ivy League school is trimming some overgrown racist vines.

Princeton University will remove the name of former U.S. president Woodrow Wilson from one of its buildings due to his “racist thinking and policies.”

“On my recommendation, the board voted to change the names of both the School of Public and International Affairs and Wilson College,” university president Christopher Eisgruber announced on Friday. “The trustees concluded that Woodrow Wilson’s racist thinking and policies make him an inappropriate namesake for a school or college whose scholars, students and alumni must stand firmly against racism in all its forms.”
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The Iowa Department of Education on Thursday released guidelines for reopening schools in the fall that did not include requirements for students or teachers to wear face masks, undergo temperature checks or practice social distancing.

Instead, the state will the allow the 327 school districts and 119 accredited nonpublic schools to make their own recommendations.
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Iowa won't require face masks when schools restarts | TheHill

Former Vice President Joe Biden voted to protect the tax-exempt status of privately-owned and operated segregated schools while serving in Congress.

As a second-term United States senator from Delaware in 1979, Biden voted against revoking the “Dorian rider,” a legislative provision that prevented the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) from rescinding the tax-exempt status of private segregated academies. Such schools were founded in the wake of the Supreme Court’s 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision, which found unconstitutional “separate but equal” public educational institutions that segregated by race.
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Biden Voted to Protect Tax-Exempt Status of Private Segregated Schools

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East Baton Rouge Parish School Board member Connie Bernard is again facing an onslaught of scrutiny, including renewed calls for her resignation.

The latest controversy centers on comments made by Bernard which implied members of the public needed to perform more research into the legacy of confederate commander Robert E. Lee before supporting calls to strip Lee’s name from a Baton Rouge high school.
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Protest, Protest - Surely a case of White Shoppers' Lives (with big teeth) Matter ?

A white school board member was seemingly caught online shopping during a public meeting, and got taken to task for it.
Baton Rouge School Board Member Mercilessly Called Out by Black Activist


Since the death of George Floyd, “systemic racism” has become the topic du jour. I certainly believe America’s public schools have a systemic problem: education monopolization.

In short, the vast majority of Americans have no choice whatsoever when it comes to the school their children attend. For the overwhelming majority of Americans, education options are nil. They have no choice but to attend the school that their ZIP code dictates they do.
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President Trump on Tuesday described school choice as the civil rights issue of the decade "and probably beyond."
Trump calls school choice the civil rights issue of the decade | TheHill

This video contains very strong language that may offend some viewers.

Due to its explicit language, if you have children nearby, then please watch later.

It's one of the most versatile words in the English language, but where does it come from? Lexicographer, etymologist and broadcaster Susie Dent activates the f-bomb and takes us on a journey through time.
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The fascinating history of the f-word - Fornication Under Command of the King!

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June 14 is Flag Day, which commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States in 1777. Our nation's first official flag had 13 stars and 13 red and white stripes to represent the original 13 colonies that broke from British rule. ...

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BALTIMORE (WBFF) - A Baltimore County family is warning other parents after they say police were called to their house over something that happened during a virtual school lesson. The incident is raising concerns over privacy and safety in the era of online learning. As a Navy veteran with four years of active duty, Courtney Lancaster has extensive knowledge of guns, how to use them and how to store them.

Fox News is reporting that Berklee College of Music in Boston has apologized for allowing the police to use their bathrooms. Y’all, why does it feel like everyone in this country is losing their mind except for me? Am I alone in the thought that America is fundamentally about freedom for all, no matter your race, religion, or creed?
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College Issues Apology For Letting Police Use Its Bathrooms During Protest: ‘We Are Deeply Sorry For the Impact

Experts are cautiously optimistic that going back to school isn’t worsening the epidemic. But there are caveats.
School reopenings in Europe reduce virus concerns  — mostly - POLITICO

College grad Kennedy Mitchum wrote to Mirriam-Webster to ask them to change the definition of "racism" to include system racism.

A teachers union in Los Angeles wants to remove police officers from schools and replace them with counselors to prevent ‘white supremacy.’
Typical Libs: Teachers Union Says School Police Are an Example of White Supremacy, Wants Them Gone

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