Looks whiter than a Tea party.
I like air so much, I use it every day. I grew up in dairy country, so I'm quite familiar with the unique aroma of that industry.
That said, I question whether the Richardson regulations were the product of cost-benefit analysis. I suspect that they were jammed through at the last minute as a sop to environmentalist extremists. I haven't been able to find a copy of the SC's order online, so I can't really comment on the quality of the NMSC's opinion. Mike, if you know where I can get a copy of the order online, I would appreciate it.
As a side note, I notice that some of these threads are coming down to you and me. Nice to meet you!
If anyone knows their flatulence, it is Mike.
Mikey, your writing isn't perfect either. You use commas like William Shatner.
As to breaking up the district, why would you think that every district would emulate APS's top-heavy structure? Arguably, some of the resulting districts might decide to cut at the top rather than the bottom. "Laboratories of democracy" and all that.
For now, for me, it's academic anyway. I will keep my kids out of APS's dysfunctional system as long as I can.
Uh oh. If you have kids, better start investigating private schools.
How am I a simpleton? If you read the article, you certainly caught her ad hominems? Or is it that I, a simpleton, can read while you cannot? But be of good cheer, Cinnamon. Help is just a phone call away. Dial 1-800-phonics, and you too may be able to improve your reading.
As for English Prof, I certainly wish you and your students the best as well. Trust me, as a fellow CNM employee, you and I both know that there is fat to cut in the ranks of administration. You would do yourself and your students more credit by focusing on that than taking little political cheap shots at the women who, like it or not, is going to be occupying the fourth floor for the next 4 years.
I would be more inclined to agree with you if you stuck with trying to make cogent arguments for CNM and avoided the cheap ad homs against the Governor. Your cheesy, knee-jerk, extreme leftist politics are showing.
You are right, B.W. If only Diane Denish had been elected, our oceans would be safe. Get right on that impeachment, B.W. The planet is counting on you!
It's not democracy that's for sale, it is politicians. Corporations and others are almost forced to get involved in politics due to the predatory agenda of many politicians. When a greedy pol can shut you down via legislation, the prospect of paying protection money seems pretty reasonable.
The real issue here is the First Amendment and free speech. The answer is not limiting speech (the answer to bad speech is more speech,not less) but limiting government.