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The following are a classic study of “Idiots in Action”.

Here’s a real schocker and the Liberals can’t figure out why.

Americans abandoning New York, New Jersey, other high-tax states

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“About 0.47 percent of people have migrated out of New York Opens a New Window. , which is the highest of any of the 50 states … it’s like 40,000 people,” Dolly Lenz Real Estate Managing Director Jenny Lenz told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo, adding that many of them are moving to Florida because “the taxes are so low.” [snip]

The problem with those residents is they liked the services the high taxes afforded. When they move into your state, they bring that same mental condition that caused them to raise taxes.


Surely, this solution will fix the defiant behavior.

California May Ban Schools From Suspending Students For ‘Willful Defiance’

The California State Senate voted to ban schools and principals from suspending students for “willful defiance” of teachers, staff, and administrators.

The Senate approved SB 419 Monday by a vote of 30-8. It moves to the Assembly next.

A similar bill was vetoed by Governor Jerry Brown last legislative session.

Under the new version (Senate Bill 419), students in grades 4-8 wouldn’t be suspended for disrupting school activities or willfully defying school authorities, including teachers and staff. The bill would also ban schools from suspending students in grades 9-12 for the same thing until January 1, 2025. The law would apply to both public and charter schools. [snip]

These clowns won’t be any smarter by keeping them in school than tossing their asses out.


Why not ban any meeting in a public or private setting?

Handshakes could be BANNED under new workplace rules to avoid expensive sexual harassment claims

HANDSHAKES could be banned under new workplace rules to avoid expensive sexual harassment claims, an expert has said.

Kate Palmer, an associate director of advisory at HR consultancy Peninsula, said employers may ban all forms of physical contact to avoid confusion about what kind of touch is appropriate.

Handshakes could be banned in the workplace as a way to avoid expensive sexual harassment claims

Ms Palmer added the #MeToo movement has forced employers to think about implementing more “black and white” policies.

She told the Metro: “Some employers may put a complete ban on physical contact.

“Whether that’s going too far or not is a question I would pose, because it’s contextual. Does shaking someone’s hand go too far? [snip]

Who feeds and dresses this idiots? Certainly, they can’t survive on their own.


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