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2 months ago  ::  Jan 20, 2023 - 12:11PM #121
NW
Posts: 5,138

Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:01PM, NY23 wrote:


The poorly educated Ron DeStupidBigot went from Don't Say Gay to Don't Say Black. This God-mocking, American-hating bigot is determined to groom another generation of bigots in this former slave state.


The AP African-American Studies course is currently being taught at 60 schools nationwide. The College Board plans to make it widely accessible by the 2024-2025 school year.





Your point?  Oh yeah, you have none.  There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision nor is there any indication that Florida's issues with the curriculum aren't purely technicalities that will be fixed.


For your information, the Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.  Both curricula are approved by the Florida Department of Education.  I guess that ruins your theoretical point.

2 months ago  ::  Jan 20, 2023 - 12:13PM #122
NY23
Posts: 24,280

Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:11PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:01PM, NY23 wrote:


The poorly educated Ron DeStupidBigot went from Don't Say Gay to Don't Say Black. This God-mocking, American-hating bigot is determined to groom another generation of bigots in this former slave state.


The AP African-American Studies course is currently being taught at 60 schools nationwide. The College Board plans to make it widely accessible by the 2024-2025 school year.





Your point?  Oh yeah, you have none.  There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision nor is there any indication that Florida's issues with the curriculum aren't purely technicalities that will be fixed.


For your information, the Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.  Both curricula are approved by the Florida Department of Education.  I guess that ruins your theoretical point.




Are you really that ignorant?  TRY AGAIN. If you want me to treat you like an idiot, no problem.

2 months ago  ::  Jan 20, 2023 - 12:15PM #123
NW
Posts: 5,138

Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:13PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:11PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:01PM, NY23 wrote:


The poorly educated Ron DeStupidBigot went from Don't Say Gay to Don't Say Black. This God-mocking, American-hating bigot is determined to groom another generation of bigots in this former slave state.


The AP African-American Studies course is currently being taught at 60 schools nationwide. The College Board plans to make it widely accessible by the 2024-2025 school year.





Your point?  Oh yeah, you have none.  There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision nor is there any indication that Florida's issues with the curriculum aren't purely technicalities that will be fixed.


For your information, the Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.  Both curricula are approved by the Florida Department of Education.  I guess that ruins your theoretical point.




Are you really that ignorant?  TRY AGAIN. If you want me to treat you like an idiot, no problem.




You answered my 100% true post with a claim that I'm "ignorant".  I guess you have no defense to the truth.

2 months ago  ::  Jan 20, 2023 - 12:48PM #124
NY23
Posts: 24,280

Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:15PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:13PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:11PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:01PM, NY23 wrote:


The poorly educated Ron DeStupidBigot went from Don't Say Gay to Don't Say Black. This God-mocking, American-hating bigot is determined to groom another generation of bigots in this former slave state.


The AP African-American Studies course is currently being taught at 60 schools nationwide. The College Board plans to make it widely accessible by the 2024-2025 school year.





Your point?  Oh yeah, you have none.  There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision nor is there any indication that Florida's issues with the curriculum aren't purely technicalities that will be fixed.


For your information, the Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.  Both curricula are approved by the Florida Department of Education.  I guess that ruins your theoretical point.




Are you really that ignorant?  TRY AGAIN. If you want me to treat you like an idiot, no problem.




You answered my 100% true post with a claim that I'm "ignorant".  I guess you have no defense to the truth.




NW's 100% true post: There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision.


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) administration has sent a letter to the College Board rejecting the new Advanced Placement African American Studies course.  


thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/3819973...


Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.


Now for the rest of the story: Although it is being challenged by groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, for being unconstitutionally vague, some college instructors have been modifying their curricula on race-related topics to avoid running afoul of the legislation. Some have even canceled courses altogether rather than risk landing in legal hot water.

2 months ago  ::  Jan 20, 2023 - 12:50PM #125
NW
Posts: 5,138

Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:48PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:15PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:13PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:11PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:01PM, NY23 wrote:


The poorly educated Ron DeStupidBigot went from Don't Say Gay to Don't Say Black. This God-mocking, American-hating bigot is determined to groom another generation of bigots in this former slave state.


The AP African-American Studies course is currently being taught at 60 schools nationwide. The College Board plans to make it widely accessible by the 2024-2025 school year.





Your point?  Oh yeah, you have none.  There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision nor is there any indication that Florida's issues with the curriculum aren't purely technicalities that will be fixed.


For your information, the Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.  Both curricula are approved by the Florida Department of Education.  I guess that ruins your theoretical point.




Are you really that ignorant?  TRY AGAIN. If you want me to treat you like an idiot, no problem.




You answered my 100% true post with a claim that I'm "ignorant".  I guess you have no defense to the truth.




NW's 100% true post: There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision.


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) administration has sent a letter to the College Board rejecting the new Advanced Placement African American Studies course.  


thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/3819973...


Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.


Now for the rest of the story: Although it is being challenged by groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, for being unconstitutionally vague, some college instructors have been modifying their curricula on race-related topics to avoid running afoul of the legislation. Some have even canceled courses altogether rather than risk landing in legal hot water.




The article stated that the letter was sent to the CB by the Department of Education.  There is no evidence whatsoever that the Department of Education had direct input from the governor.

2 months ago  ::  Jan 20, 2023 - 1:10PM #126
NY23
Posts: 24,280

Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:50PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:48PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:15PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:13PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:11PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:01PM, NY23 wrote:


The poorly educated Ron DeStupidBigot went from Don't Say Gay to Don't Say Black. This God-mocking, American-hating bigot is determined to groom another generation of bigots in this former slave state.


The AP African-American Studies course is currently being taught at 60 schools nationwide. The College Board plans to make it widely accessible by the 2024-2025 school year.





Your point?  Oh yeah, you have none.  There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision nor is there any indication that Florida's issues with the curriculum aren't purely technicalities that will be fixed.


For your information, the Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.  Both curricula are approved by the Florida Department of Education.  I guess that ruins your theoretical point.




Are you really that ignorant?  TRY AGAIN. If you want me to treat you like an idiot, no problem.




You answered my 100% true post with a claim that I'm "ignorant".  I guess you have no defense to the truth.




NW's 100% true post: There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision.


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) administration has sent a letter to the College Board rejecting the new Advanced Placement African American Studies course.  


thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/3819973...


Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.


Now for the rest of the story: Although it is being challenged by groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, for being unconstitutionally vague, some college instructors have been modifying their curricula on race-related topics to avoid running afoul of the legislation. Some have even canceled courses altogether rather than risk landing in legal hot water.




The article stated that the letter was sent to the CB by the Department of Education.  There is no evidence whatsoever that the Department of Education had direct input from the governor.




Another example of sophistry from NW.  The racist hands of Ron DeStupidBigot are all over this decision as documented by the letter from his own administration. If the poorly educated DeStupidBigot didn't agree with his own administration's letter, he has had plenty of time to disavow the letter.

2 months ago  ::  Jan 20, 2023 - 1:22PM #127
NW
Posts: 5,138

Jan 20, 2023 -- 1:10PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:50PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:48PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:15PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:13PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:11PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:01PM, NY23 wrote:


The poorly educated Ron DeStupidBigot went from Don't Say Gay to Don't Say Black. This God-mocking, American-hating bigot is determined to groom another generation of bigots in this former slave state.


The AP African-American Studies course is currently being taught at 60 schools nationwide. The College Board plans to make it widely accessible by the 2024-2025 school year.





Your point?  Oh yeah, you have none.  There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision nor is there any indication that Florida's issues with the curriculum aren't purely technicalities that will be fixed.


For your information, the Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.  Both curricula are approved by the Florida Department of Education.  I guess that ruins your theoretical point.




Are you really that ignorant?  TRY AGAIN. If you want me to treat you like an idiot, no problem.




You answered my 100% true post with a claim that I'm "ignorant".  I guess you have no defense to the truth.




NW's 100% true post: There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision.


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) administration has sent a letter to the College Board rejecting the new Advanced Placement African American Studies course.  


thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/3819973...


Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.


Now for the rest of the story: Although it is being challenged by groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, for being unconstitutionally vague, some college instructors have been modifying their curricula on race-related topics to avoid running afoul of the legislation. Some have even canceled courses altogether rather than risk landing in legal hot water.




The article stated that the letter was sent to the CB by the Department of Education.  There is no evidence whatsoever that the Department of Education had direct input from the governor.




Another example of sophistry from NW.  The racist hands of Ron DeStupidBigot are all over this decision as documented by the letter from his own administration. If the poorly educated DeStupidBigot didn't agree with his own administration's letter, he has had plenty of time to disavow the letter.




Do you honestly think that DeSantis participates in every curriculum review submitted to the Department of Education?  Do you think the head of the DoE consults DeSantis with every letter requesting changes or explanations of curriculum submitted to them?  

2 months ago  ::  Jan 20, 2023 - 1:47PM #128
NY23
Posts: 24,280

Jan 20, 2023 -- 1:22PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 1:10PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:50PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:48PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:15PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:13PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:11PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:01PM, NY23 wrote:


The poorly educated Ron DeStupidBigot went from Don't Say Gay to Don't Say Black. This God-mocking, American-hating bigot is determined to groom another generation of bigots in this former slave state.


The AP African-American Studies course is currently being taught at 60 schools nationwide. The College Board plans to make it widely accessible by the 2024-2025 school year.





Your point?  Oh yeah, you have none.  There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision nor is there any indication that Florida's issues with the curriculum aren't purely technicalities that will be fixed.


For your information, the Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.  Both curricula are approved by the Florida Department of Education.  I guess that ruins your theoretical point.




Are you really that ignorant?  TRY AGAIN. If you want me to treat you like an idiot, no problem.




You answered my 100% true post with a claim that I'm "ignorant".  I guess you have no defense to the truth.




NW's 100% true post: There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision.


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) administration has sent a letter to the College Board rejecting the new Advanced Placement African American Studies course.  


thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/3819973...


Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.


Now for the rest of the story: Although it is being challenged by groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, for being unconstitutionally vague, some college instructors have been modifying their curricula on race-related topics to avoid running afoul of the legislation. Some have even canceled courses altogether rather than risk landing in legal hot water.




The article stated that the letter was sent to the CB by the Department of Education.  There is no evidence whatsoever that the Department of Education had direct input from the governor.




Another example of sophistry from NW.  The racist hands of Ron DeStupidBigot are all over this decision as documented by the letter from his own administration. If the poorly educated DeStupidBigot didn't agree with his own administration's letter, he has had plenty of time to disavow the letter.




Do you honestly think that DeSantis participates in every curriculum review submitted to the Department of Education?  Do you think the head of the DoE consults DeSantis with every letter requesting changes or explanations of curriculum submitted to them?  




DeStupidBigot set the tone for this racist act to occur and if the head of the DoE wanted to keep his job, he had to do the governor's bidding.


Exhibit A:


Judge says DeSantis was wrong, but declines to restore Andrew Warren to office


U.S. District Judge Robert L. Hinkle ruled Friday that DeSantis violated the state constitution when he suspended the Hillsborough state attorney last year, but stopped short of returning Warren to office.

www.tampabay.com/news/florida-politics/2...



2 months ago  ::  Jan 20, 2023 - 1:50PM #129
NW
Posts: 5,138

Jan 20, 2023 -- 1:47PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 1:22PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 1:10PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:50PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:48PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:15PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:13PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:11PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:01PM, NY23 wrote:


The poorly educated Ron DeStupidBigot went from Don't Say Gay to Don't Say Black. This God-mocking, American-hating bigot is determined to groom another generation of bigots in this former slave state.


The AP African-American Studies course is currently being taught at 60 schools nationwide. The College Board plans to make it widely accessible by the 2024-2025 school year.





Your point?  Oh yeah, you have none.  There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision nor is there any indication that Florida's issues with the curriculum aren't purely technicalities that will be fixed.


For your information, the Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.  Both curricula are approved by the Florida Department of Education.  I guess that ruins your theoretical point.




Are you really that ignorant?  TRY AGAIN. If you want me to treat you like an idiot, no problem.




You answered my 100% true post with a claim that I'm "ignorant".  I guess you have no defense to the truth.




NW's 100% true post: There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision.


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) administration has sent a letter to the College Board rejecting the new Advanced Placement African American Studies course.  


thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/3819973...


Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.


Now for the rest of the story: Although it is being challenged by groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, for being unconstitutionally vague, some college instructors have been modifying their curricula on race-related topics to avoid running afoul of the legislation. Some have even canceled courses altogether rather than risk landing in legal hot water.




The article stated that the letter was sent to the CB by the Department of Education.  There is no evidence whatsoever that the Department of Education had direct input from the governor.




Another example of sophistry from NW.  The racist hands of Ron DeStupidBigot are all over this decision as documented by the letter from his own administration. If the poorly educated DeStupidBigot didn't agree with his own administration's letter, he has had plenty of time to disavow the letter.




Do you honestly think that DeSantis participates in every curriculum review submitted to the Department of Education?  Do you think the head of the DoE consults DeSantis with every letter requesting changes or explanations of curriculum submitted to them?  




DeStupidBigot set the tone for this racist act to occur and if the head of the DoE wanted to keep his job, he had to do the governor's bidding.


Exhibit A:


Judge says DeSantis was wrong, but declines to restore Andrew Warren to office


U.S. District Judge Robert L. Hinkle ruled Friday that DeSantis violated the state constitution when he suspended the Hillsborough state attorney last year, but stopped short of returning Warren to office.

www.tampabay.com/news/florida-politics/2...






Wow, your train of logic is so far gone without a glimmer of truth that it's just sad.

2 months ago  ::  Jan 20, 2023 - 2:02PM #130
NY23
Posts: 24,280

Jan 20, 2023 -- 1:50PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 1:47PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 1:22PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 1:10PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:50PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:48PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:15PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:13PM, NY23 wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:11PM, NW wrote:


Jan 20, 2023 -- 12:01PM, NY23 wrote:


The poorly educated Ron DeStupidBigot went from Don't Say Gay to Don't Say Black. This God-mocking, American-hating bigot is determined to groom another generation of bigots in this former slave state.


The AP African-American Studies course is currently being taught at 60 schools nationwide. The College Board plans to make it widely accessible by the 2024-2025 school year.





Your point?  Oh yeah, you have none.  There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision nor is there any indication that Florida's issues with the curriculum aren't purely technicalities that will be fixed.


For your information, the Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.  Both curricula are approved by the Florida Department of Education.  I guess that ruins your theoretical point.




Are you really that ignorant?  TRY AGAIN. If you want me to treat you like an idiot, no problem.




You answered my 100% true post with a claim that I'm "ignorant".  I guess you have no defense to the truth.




NW's 100% true post: There is no indication whatsoever that DeSantis had any input in this decision.


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) administration has sent a letter to the College Board rejecting the new Advanced Placement African American Studies course.  


thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/3819973...


Florida university system offers a major in African-American Studies as well as African Studies.


Now for the rest of the story: Although it is being challenged by groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, for being unconstitutionally vague, some college instructors have been modifying their curricula on race-related topics to avoid running afoul of the legislation. Some have even canceled courses altogether rather than risk landing in legal hot water.




The article stated that the letter was sent to the CB by the Department of Education.  There is no evidence whatsoever that the Department of Education had direct input from the governor.




Another example of sophistry from NW.  The racist hands of Ron DeStupidBigot are all over this decision as documented by the letter from his own administration. If the poorly educated DeStupidBigot didn't agree with his own administration's letter, he has had plenty of time to disavow the letter.




Do you honestly think that DeSantis participates in every curriculum review submitted to the Department of Education?  Do you think the head of the DoE consults DeSantis with every letter requesting changes or explanations of curriculum submitted to them?  




DeStupidBigot set the tone for this racist act to occur and if the head of the DoE wanted to keep his job, he had to do the governor's bidding.


Exhibit A:


Judge says DeSantis was wrong, but declines to restore Andrew Warren to office


U.S. District Judge Robert L. Hinkle ruled Friday that DeSantis violated the state constitution when he suspended the Hillsborough state attorney last year, but stopped short of returning Warren to office.

www.tampabay.com/news/florida-politics/2...






Wow, your train of logic is so far gone without a glimmer of truth that it's just sad.




What right-wing extremists do: PROJECT.

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