Biden Does Grandpa Simpson — Joe Biden did his best Grandpa Simpson impersonation at a town hall, yesterday, March 13. He stared constantly at a cell phone, ramble incoherently and appeared to wander off stage.
Biden is not going to be the nominee. Bernie is not going to be the nominee. Tulsi is not going to be the nominee. Who is going to be the nominee? Somewhere we think a witch is cackling.
George Bruns was an accomplished musician who played numerous instruments and a noted composer who was nominated for four Academy Awards. He’s most famous though for writing The Ballad of Davy Corckett. The music anyway. The lyrics came from pulp novelist Tom W. Blackburn.
Virus Postpones Pierogie Sale — Holy Myrrh-Bearers Parish in Swarthmore has postponed its pierogie sale due to the unprecedented virus prevention measures issued by the state. For anyone who has ordered pierogies for pickup on Thursday, March 19 and Friday, March 20, your order will be held until our next sale in April unless you wish to cancel your order. If you wish to cancel your order, please call the “Pierogie Hotline” at 610-544-1216 or by emailing HMBChurch@verizon.net
Wuhan Flu Silver Lining May Be Cyber Education — Pennsylvania’s school boards love their Taj Mahals. The go-along-to-get-along-especially-when-we-can-get-a-cut political parties happily egg them on. The lap dog media outlets masquerading as protectors of the little guy joyfully hump their legs.
With the Wuhan Flu — excuse me President Xi that should be Wuhan Bat-eater Flu — maybe horizons can be expanded and some thinking outside the box occur. The panic is causing some places to put their education online.
Economics forced the one-time steel town of Midland, Pa. to close its high school in 1985. It contracted with other districts to handle education including at one point sending its children across the border into Ohio.
In 2000, it started The Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, commonly known as PA Charter. It is now the largest public school in Pennsylvania and second largest in the country. The vast majority of attendees are happy with it.
Granted you still need hands-on interaction especially for the arts and athletics which are very important for growth but one can’t deny the flexibility offered online, the enormous cost savings and the chance to escape some of the twisted teachings that have become fashionable by the progressives who run the educational establishment.
Online education might be a silver lining of the Wuhan Flu.