Joseph Burrell spent some six months in a Minnesota jail after a field test showed a bag of powder in his possession to be amphetamines. He was freed only after a full lab test found the powder was vitamins.
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That is, they’ll let ‘trans’ students play on either boys or girls teams. (If they were truly eliminating gender distinctions, they’d have completely sexually mixed teams, but thus far, nobody is proposing that. I guess that’s still too radical a step for even progs, thus far… I guess we should be thankful for small mercies, eh?)
It’s an awful idea, as Stella Morabito points out, for multiple reasons, not the least of which would be allowing trans to use whichever changeroom they want, and shower with members of whichever sex they claim to be…
All the more reason for parents who oppose this, to withdraw their children from public education, and homeschool them / private school them / church school them.
By her own recollection, St. Paul Parks and Recreation employee Megan Campbell was driving a supply van back from a city storage building on the city’s West Side when she turned a corner, causing serious front-bumper damage to a parked car.
The damaged 2001 Nissan Pathfinder in question wasn’t just anybody’s vehicle. It was her own.
Now, Campbell has filed a claim against the city seeking $1,600 to $1,900 from public coffers for damage caused to her personal vehicle by a city worker — herself.
“Because I was working for the city and driving the city vehicle, I feel they are responsible for paying for the damage done to my car,” Campbell wrote in a “notice of claim” form received this week by the city clerk’s office.
Campbell, a 2014 college grad, has worked for the Parks and Recreation Department since May.
“I think I can…
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A new ordinance passed by the Minneapolis City Council requires night clubs and other businesses featuring loud music to provide ear plugs to patrons.