One of the great tragedies of journalism is that New York Times, Washington Post and other liberal reporters and broadcast outlets were banned from traveling to Chicago to write or produce in depth news articles, etc., on Barach Obama while he was running for president of the United States.
Dozens of sources who knew intimately of Obama's time as a parishioner at Rev. Jeremiah Wright's church and his life in South Chicago were conveniently ignored. Donald Trump the candidate and president? Well that's fair game.
Webster Central School District administrators get a wake up call from the racially insensitive black rapper culture
Inside Webster Central School District there are students, teachers, administrators who are compassionately connected, joyfully engaged, always learning, unless they are singing offensive rap songs. This means that outside of the district, meaning when graduating students are riding in limousines, they may not be expressing so much compassion and joy.
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