Child sexual abuse under cover of the education system?

I was astounded to read this article by a blogger calling herself “Autistic Momma”. Our story begins 3 years ago when our 6th child was born. The changes caused our then 7 year old autistic child to experience anxiety and frustration. He began biting his hands as a way to cope. We documented each bite and the school was aware. We implemented in home services and within 2 months the biting stopped. We thought this was the end of the story but we would later realize that it was only the beginning. Fast forward 3 years, our 3 year old

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A nightmare for parents, and a sobering lesson

A home invasion robbery in Texas had ghastly consequences for one family, particularly their seven-year-old son. The homeowner told police that three masked black suspects broke through the front door and pistol-whipped him, causing injuries. “This is the worst kind of crime against a family,” Sheriff Troy Nehls said. “Three crooks forcing their way into a home in the middle of the night is appalling. To make matters worse, they accosted a 7-year-old child. They’re cowards, to say the least.” Nehls said the father kept telling the intruders there was no money and to take jewelry or a car, but

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NIMBY in California???

I’m laughing my fundament off at the outraged reaction of California liberals and progressives to the news that the US Navy has identified two possibly very large illegal alien detention facilities in that state. Sites identified by the Navy include: Abandoned airfields near Mobile and Orange Beach, Alabama that could house up to 25,000 migrants. the former Naval Weapons Station Concord near San Francisco that could house an estimated 47,000. A site at Camp Pendleton California that could house up to 47,000. A potential site at the Marine Corps Air Station at Yuma, Arizona that needs further study of potential

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Chain migration’s effect on one Pennsylvania town

City Journal recently published an in-depth article about the effect of chain migration on Hazelton, Pennsylvania.  It’s a startling and eye-opening piece of journalism.  Here’s a lengthy excerpt.  Bold, underlined text is my emphasis. With a population long dominated by the descendants of European immigrants, Hazleton has been radically transformed since the early 2000s by secondary chain migration, principally driven by Dominicans—immigrants, both legal and illegal, as well as second- and third-generation citizens arriving from the New York metropolitan area. In 2000, Hispanics made up less than 5 percent of Hazleton’s population; they now account for more than 50 percent.

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