Monthly Archives: March 2010

Obama promise: Focus on getting kids to college

By Bob L.
Back To School Clip Art
Obama is still trying to brainwash our kids, if he wants our kids grades to come up, then get the Federal Government out of the school business, sense Bush said no kid left behind and Obama got involved in to the schools education, it has taken a big nose dive, we need the states to control public schools not the Federal Government and not private voucher schools, turn that money back to the public schools not private, it is public property taxes that are suppose to support public schools not private schools.

The way it is now private schools are taking away from public school education and now they want to know why public schools are getting a failing grade, One take the money from the administration and put it back into educating, stop strikes during a school year, if they strike firer them because they are not there to teach they are only there for the money, because there are a lot of people working for a lot less , like minimum wage.

It makes me mad to see people working their ASSES off to have a home to protect their families, and having their property taxes going to private schools and collages not public schools, and not every child in this country is going to be able to afford to go to collage. SO TELL ALL OUR GOVERNMENTS TO GET THEIR HEADOUT OF THEIR ASS and stop spending money that they don’t have, and stop supporting THEIR programs that no one else wants.

By DORIE TURNER, Associated Press Writer
Sat Mar 13

ATLANTA – President Barack Obama is promising parents and their kids that with his administration’s help they will have better teachers in improved schools so U.S. students can make up for academic ground lost against youngsters in other countries. Continue reading

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Fuel Taxes Must Rise, Harvard Researchers Say

New York Times

Thursday, March 4, 2010

To meet the Obama administration’s targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions, some researchers say, Americans may have to experience a sobering reality: gas at $7 a gallon.

To reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the transportation sector 14 percent from 2005 levels by 2020, the cost of driving must simply increase, according to a forthcoming report by researchers at Harvard’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.

The 14 percent target was set in the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget for fiscal 2010. Continue reading

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