Hahha silly Mormons
That's the stupidest rule I ever heard of,seriously. What does a hair style have to do with learning abilities?!?
As bad a look for men as bald on top with a long fringe caught up in a three hair ponytail.
Anti vaxxers, chem trail loonies, and global warming denialists, the unholy trinity of dipshittery. I wish we could drop them all in the ocean.
Jesus had long hair. So did the apostles. Why can't men today have long hair? It's... Hair. Lol once again why I don't believe in organized religion.
Logic dictates if vaccines worked as touted, the vaccinated have nothing to fear of the unvaccinated. The flipside is, (scientifically factual) that the vaccinated can and do shed virus for weeks, even months post vaccination, hence putting others, (immune compromised) at serious risk.
You can keep the unvaccinated out of public schools, but you will find them in church, grocery stores, fast-food play areas, elevators, etc. So if you question the degree of protection of your child's vaccines, you would do well to keep them safe at home.
If vacines were safe and effective they would sell themselves. No need for mandates! As well, protection from liability for the manufacturers and those administering the shots would be a non issue.
Vaccination has been referred to as a type of rape. Makes perfect sense to me!
Do your research diligently! Keep an open and inquiring mind. There are updates out there! This is about your health and life, and that of your precious loved ones.
Read the serum package inserts. Straight from the horse's mouth!
I agree with the Mormons on this one! Should be banned everywhere, under threat of extreme punishment! Degenerates...
This is ridiculous! God does not care what men do with their hair, but with their life!
Dumb, deviates from the norm? This is the norm, nowadays...
Dear Representative Batt,
On your way out the door, could you write a check, payable to "State of Idaho", in partial reimbursement for the staff and court costs associated with defending the "ag-gag" bill in court (a bill that was patently unconstitutional even before the Legislature passed it, and was tossed out in a scathing legal opinion by Judge Winmill)?
I'm not asking for a lot -- just a token payment to indicate that Republicans still live by their own rules about limited government, less intrusion into the lives of the citizens, and keeping taxes low.
And thank you for your service to the State!
Gosh, you list a species … you get lambasted by the State of Idaho. You don't list a species and you extend faith that local conservation agreements and partnerships will work … you get lambasted by the State of Idaho.
Who's being duplicitous here?
"I'm shocked … shocked … to find that politics is going on here!"
great vodka. just wish it was in stores here in utah.
You represent my district.
And you have not offered a single solution on any issue singularly that
benefits the middle or lower class.
Typical tea-party-of-no leadership.
Trickle down never works in theory or practice.
Anyone know of a good attorney to look into our mentally ill sons treatment at IMSI in Kuna?
The anti-vaccination movement started in the late 1700s with resistance to compulsory vaccination in the UK. Andrew Wakefield's article in 1998 was very much a late-comer with peer-reviewed articles linking vaccination to autism since the early 1900s - well before there was a word for this spectrum and it was referred to as post-vaccinal encephalitis.
Since no vaccine can convey lifelong immunity nor can it stop fully-vaccinated individuals from either contracting or spreading the diseases they are vaccinated against, it is foolish to say that people have to be vaccinated to eradicate diseases.
To quote Mahatma Ghandi:
Vaccination is a barbarous practice and one of the most fatal of all the delusions current in our time.
Conscientious objectors to vaccination should stand alone, if need be, against the whole world, in defense of their conviction.
Before George Prentice's hatchet job on Vaccination Liberation, I was warning that BW is NOT an "alternative" publication but is as "corporate" as the Statesman.
Research shows that a year ago senior CDC researcher Dr. Wm. Thompson became whistleblower re a CDC research project showing Merck's MMR vaccine increased the risk of autism in black boys by 300%. He and his colleagues were forced to lie about this by their bosses--including CDC Director Dr. Julie Gerberding who, according to Reuters, left CDC for a job at Merck as head of their $5 billion vaccine division.
Robert Kennedy, Jr., has been vocal regarding the news media's censorship of this, plus of the two Merck scientists-turned-whisteblowers charging fraud at Merck re the effectiveness of the MMR vaccine. That case is in the courts.
In one of his books, Nobel laureate Linus Pauling wrote that in 1935 Dr. Claus Jungblut, Columbia University, found that high doses of vitamin C "inactivates poliomyelitis virus and destroys its power of causing paralysis...." Plus, vitamin C works against "all bacterial and viral diseases... ."
Vaccination is one of the greatest frauds ever foisted on the public--NOTHING to do with science; EVERYTHING to do with $$$$$$$.
If you actually read about the polio vaccine being the leading cause, it is a type of vaccine only used in third world countries, anymore. Most developed countries moved away from it in 2000.
Vaccines are not perfect, by any means. But people forget that Iron Lungs used to be an industry that was killed off due to vaccination. It is easy to demonize vaccines when, we as a species, have the "it could never happen to me" brain block when it comes to these illnesses.
LOL No hidden agendas? You are right. The agendas were blatant.
Sounds like a great opportunity, with responsible adult leaders. Let's hope they have more success, and common sense than the Boise youth road biking clubs whose adult leaders teach and reinforce riding 3 and 4 abreast, well into motor vehicle lanes, swear and spit at cars that try to pass, and ignore traffic laws.
Most schools have some form of dress code and simply being a cheerleader shouldn't excuse you from it. If the cheerleading costume doesn't meet the minimum dress code requirement, why should it be allowed in the classroom? And the comment about "Spanx" being adequate is a little like saying, "hey, they have panties on under their skirts, so it's ok". Also saying that this is like telling the fb players they have to wear a skirt under their jerseys doesn't even begin to make sense. I also don't think the issue is about "knee caps" as the 1st commenter suggests, it's about girls going to school with their butts and other private anatomical parts being exposed, which is inappropriate and unnecessary.
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