Eric Borseth says Iowa has one of THOSE--a case where a 6th grader has been disciplined at school for fashioning a paper "gun". The policy says even "pretend guns" can get you busted. Sigh. Busted for an Airsoft gun? And a great conversation about educating boys. ADHD? Is it real? Inventor says its a fake disorder. Maybe. Does it help? Experts are divided. Some Iowa parents are convinced it's real and drugs help.
Great music...Tim and Myles Thomson...playing Friday night at Java Joes...guitar and fiddle...blue-grass jazz? Bob Neese...Missouri farmer remembers his time in South Africa. And Jonathan Weisiger (J-DUB) is a competitive horse trainer...Nat Geo's Mustang Millionaire.
A fake signer invades the fake history at the funeral of Mandela. Still trying to untangle the mess. Senator Rand Paul says the budget deal is a mistake and endangers the reserve currency status of the dollar. And Alex Newman worries that the death of Mandela could unleash a new round of genocide in South Africa.
A California lawsuit could start to break up the NEA stranglehold. Terry Pell filed suit. Jim Hawkins has Iowa reaction. Then, more Mandela malarkey. And the closing of the Iowa Juvenile Home gets some blow-back.
Lincoln's Marxists. Walter Kennedy fills in some amazing history. John G West remembers C.S. Lewis--"The Magicians Twin" Peter Hammond--remembers Mandela. Ilana Mercer put us "Into the Cannibal's Pot". The same pot that boiled civilization in South Africa is now kindled and fired in the USA.
Opportunities Unlimited denies the Rev. Cary Gordon the opportunity to buy their Jumpy Monkey coffee. Huh? Steve Deace chat's about the political season. Steve Goreham says it's time for the climate change zealots to admit they're full of it.