Oh my! Fathers are killing family members in Maine! WTF is happening here in A-merry-ca? Maine?! We don't expect such things in that part of the republic. Murders and other heinous acts are reserved for those savages in our inner cities.
Anyway, on to my friends over at FOX. It seems that one of their hosts had to apologize for some racially insensitive things that he said recently.
"We got a little fast and loose with the language," Bolling said, "and we know it's being interpreted as disrespectful, and for that I'm sorry."
Mr. Bolling, if it's only "being interpreted as disrespectful" why are you apologizing? Don't cover up who you really are to be politically correct.
You work over at FOX, (*that is not a photo- shop with this post) you will be fine. There are no bigger race baiters in the news business than the folks over at FOX. There is good money in scaring those red state folks about the black "boogeyman" around every corner. That color arousal (thanks for the word Francis) will stir their passions every time.
So relax Mr. Bolling. In fact, don't let those sensitive black folks throw you off your game.
Finally, --and I have to be careful with this story-- here in Philly a judge ruled that the Philadelphia school district acted improperly for expelling a child in kindergarten for inappropriately touching his teacher's thigh.
Please read the story and tell me what you think. I am reserving my opinion on this one.
"A Philadelphia charter school abused its powers when it expelled a kindergartner for touching his teacher's thigh, a Common Pleas Court judge has ruled.
The unnamed 6-year-old touched the top of his teacher's thigh after she complained of leg pains, Judge Paul P. Panepinto wrote in his opinion.
While touching her legs, the child said "I want to make them feel better," testified Milissa Gillespie, the boy's teacher, who reported the incident.
The First Philadelphia Charter School for Literacy in Bridesburg argued that the court does not have the right to overturn the school's decision.
Citing past cases, Panepinto ruled that he can, in fact, step in when the school commits a gross abuse of discretion.
"While the Court is reluctant to disturb a decision concerning how a school enforces its policies, it is this Court's opinion that their action here was arbitrary, capricious and prejudicial to the public interest," Panepinto wrote.
The student was expelled because it was his fourth suspension - a trigger that requires the school's board of trustees to consider expulsion." [Story]