Michael Schaus

Here are some other highlights and headlines that I noticed over at Ransom Notes Radio:

Arizona officials intimidated and berated a teacher who was opposed to Common Core standards. At one point, they even called the teacher a very nasty expletive… But they did spell it correctly.

(Daily Caller)

Bill Clinton says we should slow down with marijuana legalization. He suggests we wait another 2-3 years before we legalize inhaling.

(Fox News)

“By every measure, we are better off now than we were when I took office. You wouldn’t know it, but we are,” the president said Friday. It’s sort of cute the way he clings desperately to denial. It’s almost time for an intervention. Do they make sobriety chips for recovering spendaholics?

(Washington Times)

Obama promised to continue taking executive unilateral action if Congress “failed to act”… Because, as we all know from our junior high civics class, Congress is really more of an inconvenience than a legislative body. Right?


Militants have declared the creation of a new Islamic State in the Middle East. Obama’s foreign policy is an obvious success as well armed Al Qaeda-rejects form their own nation in Iraq and Syria.

(Fox News)

Strangely, that lush city in the middle of the Nevada desert (AKA: Las Vegas) is running out of water in Lake Meade; and environmentalists are blocking the city from tapping into alternative sources of water. After all, Sin City is not nearly as important as some un-touched underground water sources…

(The Telegraph)

Michael Schaus

Michael Schaus is communications director at the Nevada Policy Research Institute and is responsible for managing the organization’s messaging with the public, the media and NPRI’s membership.

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