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  1. Boy, could we have a conversation about the use of the word "infallible". The Clintons ability to be crooked liberal liars overcomes any power from your infallible human. And Pelosi will swallow the wafer and drink the wine given to her by another infallible human. No justice to be had.
  2. I/we don't have time for Hades. This free country needs her lying liberal head on the chopping block. It's time for Americans to demand justice. Make an example out of her and her family. We the people are judged and forced by our actions. It's time for justice to make things equal. Remove the blindfold and kick AZZ.
  3. And this is the fool that wants a mis-information czar. Nothing but pure hypocrites living in a self created double standard world.
  4. Do Like any other smart country who is being invaded. Declare war on the invaders.
  5. How about demanding leaders that puts taxpaying citizens first no matter what the situation is? No votes and kickbacks to be had by the crooked liars. Jane and John doe citizens gets the shaft everytime. Vote for more of the same--------- SUCKERS.
  6. When you support and vote for a person that you know is a liar, you end up with a liar, no matter how great their lies treated you in the beginning you will pay the price for being stupid.
  7. I might not have paid enough for my phone. 🍻👍
  8. It looks to me like both cars are the same and they may be cop cars
  9. You know huh? When was the last time you needed a tampon in a public Weren't you screaming about mask mandates a few months ago? How dare the government tell you what to do with your body? Educate yourself on the definition of hypocrisy. And if you find a tampon in your little boys room, feel free to stick it. feel free to stick those two facts.
  10. Portland schools offer free feminine-hygiene products in boys’ bathrooms for ‘menstruating students’ Oregon Department of Education: 'Not all people who menstruate are girls' Follow Us SearchSearch Keyword: SIGN UP FOR OURDAILY NEWSLETTERS Breaking News AlertsEnter your email address: Manage Newsletters FRONT PAGE PODCAST RECOMMENDED Justice Thomas says high court won’t be ‘bullied’ over Roe leak Live updates | Ukraine: 11 attacks repelled in Donbas region Black Republicans rise up after ‘The View’ host Sunny Hostin calls them ‘oxymoron’ Biden repeats debunked boast that he’s been to Iraq, Afghanistan more than 50 times Rachel Maddow returns to MSNBC air to deliver bad news to fans SPONSORED CONTENT Doctor: “Doing This Every Morning Can Snap Back Sagging Skin (No Creams Needed)” SPONSORED CONTENT AROUND THE WEB | Sneaky Way Panama City Homeowners Are Getting Their Old Roof Replaced What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed Type 2 Diabetes? 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Question of the Day GENERATE OUTRAGE IN THE MEDIA LOCK IN THE DECISION DAMAGE THE COURT'S CREDIBILITY SOFTEN THE BLOW OF THE DECISION PUSH JUSTICES TO RECONSIDER SOME SORT OF PERSONAL GAIN View results Advertisement STORY TOPICS EDUCATION PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS Tammy Compton restocks tampons at Compton’s Market, Wednesday, June 22, 2016, in Sacramento, Calif. A bill to exempt tampons and feminine hygiene products from sales tax co-authored by Assemblywomen Cristina Garcia, D-Bell Gardens and Ling Ling Chang, R-Diamond Bar, was ... more > Print By Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times - Monday, May 2, 2022 Portland Public Schools plans to provide free menstrual products in both the boys’ and girls’ bathrooms as districts move to comply with an Oregon state law for “menstruating students.” “Starting next year (2022-23), products will be available in all restrooms (male, female, and all-gender) in every PPS building where education occurs,” said the April 19 memo titled “Update on PPS Implementation of Menstrual Dignity Act.” Last year, Democratic Gov. Kate Brown signed HR 3294, which requires K-12 public schools and universities to stock bathrooms with tampons and sanitary pads at no cost to students to give them the “opportunity for safe, dignified self-care.” TOP STORIES Nantucket voters OK topless women on beaches, measure goes to state attorney general Democrats face progressive test in Oregon governor’s race ‘Ruth Sent Us’ activists plan abortion protests at churches, Supreme Court justices’ homes “To ensure timely compliance, PPS ordered 500 dispensers,” said the PPS memo posted on the Harriet Tubman Middle School website. “Dispensers have been installed in all elementary and middle school girls’ restrooms, and more will be installed in all remaining bathrooms, including boys’ restrooms, next year.” https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/may/2/portland-schools-offer-free-feminine-hygiene-produ/ Illinois, New Hampshire, California and New York have similar laws SHARE PORTLAND, Ore. (Portland Tribune) — The Menstrual Dignity Act was passed by the Oregon Legislature and signed into law on Tuesday, July 27. House Bill 3294 requires every public education provider to have tampons and pads available at no cost in all student restrooms. For this upcoming school year, the bill will only require schools to have menstrual products available in at least two restrooms. The rule will then expand to require all public school restrooms to have at least one dispenser by July 7, 2022. ADVERTISING The Portland Tribune is a media partner with KOIN 6 News The bill was introduced by East Multnomah County freshman legislator Ricki Ruiz and six other chief sponsors and 10 additional sponsors. Ruiz just completed his freshman term as a lawmaker. Ruiz also sits on the Reynolds School District school board. According to Ruiz, D-Gresham, this was the fourth time a bill dealing with menstrual products in schools has been attempted. “Thousands of student activists across Oregon have been pushing for this bill for years,” said Ruiz. “I think we found a resolution that supports all students in Oregon.” Illinois, New Hampshire, California and New York have similar laws. According to a fact sheet on the bill, 13% of children live below the poverty level in Oregon, and one in five teens cannot afford feminine hygiene products. In a press release from Portland-based menstrual equity organization, Period, 16% of students have chosen to buy menstrual products over food or clothes as a result of the pandemic. This impacted Latinx, rural, low income, and college students the hardest. “While we were investigating the issue we heard some terrible stories of bullying and harassment around not having period products,” Ruiz said. “A study found that one in four students who have their periods will miss school because of a lack of period products.” Ruiz hopes that the new bill will increase attendance and ease some of the financial stress that comes with a lack of feminine hygiene products. https://www.koin.com/news/education/free-tampons-and-pads-now-available-in-oregon-schools/
  11. Are you gonna produce and direct the educational video that teaches little Johnny how to insert a tampon so he can be just like little Sally?
  12. This man knows exactly what he is talking about. Instead of worrying about "I am woman, hear me roar" educate yourself on today's Liberal assaults.
  13. I have always believed that this country has the best educational system that could be had. Given what we are seeing today presents a problem. How did our education system produce so many hypocrites? Was it on purpose or do we really have that many unteachable people in this country? The education system should be producing smart people who understands that being a hypocrite never ever has made anything better. Has our education system been handed way too many people who can not understand that being a hypocrite has produced nothing good and only lazy thinking? Name anything that hypocrites has produced that has made things better. Name anything that hypocrites has created besides a news system that brainwashed people with outright lies.
  14. Example---- Tampons and Sanitary Napkins dispensed in boys bathroom in schools.
  15. Yes they can. We see it every second of every day.
  16. Has someone learned the Clinton way of doing things?
  17. Did the mis-information police get you?????
  18. Employee, beware. All is not as it seems to be.
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