Meet the Targets or Die the Deathby JEFFREY A. TUCKER
Apr. 28, 2013
1.Trump is Right: GOP Debate Audience is Packed Full of Republican Donors
2.'15-Yr-Old Boy' Who Killed Swedish Social Worker Is Actually Somali-Born Adult
3.Ted Nugent Replies 'Eat Me' to Critics of 'Anti-Semitic' Gun Control Post
4.VIDEO: Australian Feminist Politician Gets Told Off After Accusing Opponent Of 'Mansplaining'
5.Caught On Camera: Preacher Cited by Officer Because It's "Illegal to Offend People"
6.Man Says He Was Fired After Pulling Gun in Gun-Free Zone to Save Woman's Life
7.'Bagged For Life': Comedy Video Mocks UK Bag Tax
8.'They're Kicking Me Out The Door': Rotary Club Cuts Jeb Off During Speech
Sometimes a national story, reported in big venues in big ways for 48 hours, just goes away for no good reason. No lessons are learned. No insights are gained. No fundamental reforms are inspired.
That is the case with Atlanta public school scandal in which investigators identified 178 teachers and principals in 44 of the systemís 100 schools involved in cheating on student tests. The investigation has finally been completed and some people are going to the pen.