Principal ignores voters in school election to ensure voices are heard, rofl

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Here is a great one…a principal at a school in the San Francisco area, decided to withhold student election results…wait for it…because he was concerned about the diversity of the winners.  So the students participated in a democratic process, but this guy thinks he needs to withhold the results because he doesn’t like them.  If he is that concerned with diversity he should resign, being a white principal at a school that is 82% black…but of course liberal apologists don’t see themselves as part of the problem, no they are the engineers of the solution.

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Officer attacks students at school, students suspended

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This one is a little old, but I came across it while researching another incident and it was too stupid to pass up.

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In the video, the officer obviously accosted the first student without provocation.  I want to be crystal clear here…the officer chased down the first girl to initiate the beating.  I didn’t see any aggression from the second student before she was attacked either.  The third student, seeing two of her cousins getting assaulted by the officer, stepped in and I think threw a punch, which the officer decided to respond with baton blows to the face, resulting in 10 stitches.  Then the officer, returns to her assault of the first two girls by spraying them with pepper spray.  Loved the fact that another administrator, rather than trying to calm the situation, held one of the girls so she could be pepper sprayed.  After investigation, both the school superintendent and the police chief joined in the stupidity by upholding the suspension of the girls, and validating the officers decision to baton the third girl, respectively.  Folks, if you can help it, DONT SEND YOUR KIDS INTO SCHOOLS WHERE THEY CAN BE SUBJECTED TO BEATINGS BY SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS AND THEN BE PUNISHED FOR IT.

No good deed goes unpunished.

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An Eighth Grader in Texas was suspended for two days for escorting an asthmatic classmate to the nurse’s office.

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Apparently the teacher tried to help the student by sending an email, and this boy decided actual action was necessary once the student fell out of her seat onto the floor.  He helped her up, said some choice words, and helped get her to where she could receive actual medical care.  Another case of the system punishing failure to comply, regardless of the situation.  After they suspended the student, they were nice enough to call his mom and ask why he wasn’t in school.  Priceless!