Saturday, November 1, 2014

A teacher is back in the classroom after reportedly telling students that she'd kill all black people if she only had one week to live.

How is the school administration comfortable that, a teacher, who, obviously hates blacks (innocent or not), is now, or has been treating black children fairly? Is she undermining black children surreptitiously? Is she finding ways to damage their self esteem? Directing snide and/or dismissive remarks to whatever black children have to offer? So many ways she can covertly work to hurt the black students entrusted to her care. Yet, the administrators feel there's nothing to be concerned about? Perhaps they feel the same way she does? Just a few thoughts that come to mind.

Student's Mom Says Teacher Told Class She'd Kill All Black People If She Had 10 Days To Live

A teacher is back in the classroom after reportedly telling students that she'd kill all black people if she only had one week to live. Untitled-1-Recovered-Recovered-Recovered A North Carolina teacher is under investigation after a parent notified school officials of an incredibly racist remark she made during class. Cynthia Ramsey, a math teacher at Camden County High School, was talking to a student in a classroom when she brought up her "bucket list." "She conveyed to me that Mrs. Ramsey had indicated that if she only had 10 days to live that she would kill all black people," Kimberly Ashcraft, the student's mother, told WAVY-TV. Other students were around, and confirmed that the teacher had made the remark. "I was completely shocked," Ashcraft said. "I asked her again, 'are you sure that was what you heard?' I could not have imagined a teacher saying that." Read More

Thursday, October 30, 2014

White House Remains Silent On IRS Extortion Of Innocent Americans

On Monday, I wrote about the IRS practice of emptying private bank accounts when it appears to the government that there exists a pattern of bank deposits seeking to skirt the bank reporting laws requiring all deposits of $10,000 or more to be reported by the bank to the government.

The seizures are the result of a law passed in 2000 requiring banks to look for and report ‘structuring’ cases where bank deposits by an individual or business reveal a pattern of depositing sums just below the $10,000 reporting trigger in an effort to hide large deposits from the government.
The point of the law is to help the federal government hone in on terrorists, drug dealers and other criminals who deal in large sums of cash.

As noted in my earlier piece, the most recent statistics indicate that the law has gone wildly off-course with approximately 80 percent of those who had their accounts seized in 2012 turning out to be completely innocent people who did not meet the profile of a  terrorist, drug dealer or any other sort of criminal that the law was created to impact.

While I suppose one can argue that mistakes happen—particularly when the government is involved—one might also suppose that, upon learning of the error, the IRS would be all too anxious to return the money, with interest and damages, along with a profound apology for any damage done.
Not so much.  READ MORE
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