Wednesday, June 11, 2014
CM PRESS # 616
GREAT BRITAIN: SMALL SCHOOL DEEMED "TOO WHITE" SO THE WHITE STUDENTS ARE BEING FORCED TO GO ON A SLEEP OVER WITH NON-WHITES
We live in truly stupid times.
The reality is that Whites should make an effort to put their kids in schools that are all White. It's better for the kids and much safer.
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IRAQ IS FALLING CITY BY CITY
Blundering U.S. destabilized the country in some goofy misguided idea that we could make it friendly to U.S. and Israel by bribing and putting puppets in control. That plan is now failing very quickly as militants rout the U.S. trained Iraqi army.
The militants are on their way to Baghdad. And, they're now armed with the U.S. weapons they've captured in Mosul.
When a large part of a nation's population isn't primarily motivated by money, but by ideology, it's difficult to turn the whole nation into a U.S. clone and keep it that way.
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COUNCIL VOTED LAST NIGHT TO TAKE OVER THE SENIOR CENTER BUILDING
Some in the community are confused about the Senior Center and what the council has done.
The confusion lies in the mistaken idea that the Senior Center is the building on West 19th Street.
Actually, the building on W. 19th Street is a city owned property that is leased out for a dollar a year to a corporation that is the tenant and which uses the building as a senior center.
What the council did last night was tell the tenant that the lease is going to be terminated and, with it, any money and other aid that the city also gives to the tenant to run the senior center will no longer be given to the tenant.
So, this was pretty much just a landlord/tenant situation that happens in such relationships all the time.
Conceivably, the tenant could find another space and run another senior center. However, the economics of such a thing mitigate against that happening.
With the previous tenant gone, the city will operate a senior center in that building or will, in time, find another tenant to run a senior center in the building.
The city, as the landlord, could even find a different tenant or use the building for something else--a library, meeting rooms? The city could even sell the property for a new shopping center or homes. The point is that the city owns that property and it is incumbent on the city to determine its highest and best use.
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