Tucker and Carolla have been preaching this for years. Intact families and education are the key to it all. They are much more accurate predictors of success than race or wealth of the parents.
It's odd that this story hasn't gotten a lot of national attention given that Al Sharpton showed up, and the family has hired the same lawyer that has chased all the high profile race-bait cases of the last few years, including Floyd.Knoxville high school shooting leaves 'multiple' people hurt, including cop: police say | Fox News
As with all school shootings, this is sad and should not happen anywhere.
For those that are not familiar with the area, AE is a 100% black school and is in the 1 square mile of knoxville where 87% of all crime occurs. They've had a drive-by outside that school at least once a year for decades. It's the part of town every normal person knows you don't even accidentally drive through. No white kid has been near the place in 40 years, except for opposing sports teams that get bussed in.
This will get swept under the rug quickly because there is zero chance it was racially motivated, and there is no way for the media to paint it that way. It's black-on-black, so it doesn't fit the narrative any more than the 17 homicides on the south side of chicago last weekend, so no one will ever hear about them.
I cannot stand this. We have so many activists in policy and board positions in VA. Don’t know how it was ranked as a most free state, it’s going in the opposite direction. I’m not going to let public schools here stifle my children.Jeebus ThunderDan19 , your kids are homeschooled, right?
Virginia moving to eliminate all accelerated math courses before 11th grade as part of equity-focused plan | Fox News
W-T-holy-F. I cannot believe that this is happening in the USA. Chiner must be absolutely laughing it's ass off.
Apparently the lumber issue is due to no workers being willing to return to their jobs because Uncle Sugar is paying them more to stay home on enhanced unemployment. My wife showed me where the contractor who did the renos on my house was complaining on FB that he couldn't keep anybody on his payroll either, for the same reason. Almost seems like they are really working to build dependence among the lower middle class now, doesn't it?Right?! I don't know how much lumber we produce, but I know prices are n-u-t-s right now. When I built my house less than ten years ago, I bought sheets of 1/2" OSB for $6.21. On Lowes website last week, those same 4'x8' sheets retail for $39. There is no way normal people, even many working middle class folks, could even hope to build a house right now. But it's not like we have less trees, and it's not like we have three times the normal demand for lumber. Between that and this week's gaspocalypse, something is going on, and it feels intentional.