A Georgia kindergarten student was handcuffed and arrested for throwing a temper tantrum in school on Friday, Macon’s WMAZ-TV reports.

Six-year-old Salecia Johnson, a student at Creekside Elementary School in Milledgeville, allegedly knocked over a shelf, injuring the principal; bit the office door knob; jumped on the paper shredder; and tried to break a glass frame above the shredder.

The artificial ideological line that presumably places Hitler and Mussolini on one side of a mythical ideological spectrum and which places Stalin and Mao on the other side of this spectrum is pure bunk. Barry Goldwater famously said at the 1964 Republican Convention: “Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice. Moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue.”

The United States spends more on K-12 education than many other developed countries, but with results so poor that inadequate education threatens national security, according to a study sponsored by the New York-based Council on Foreign Relations. 

religious libertyThe U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has released a statement calling on priests, parishes, and Church members to take a bold stand in resisting unjust and evil laws “as a duty of citizenship and an obligation of faith.” In the twelve-page call to action, entitled Our First, Most Cherished Liberty, the ad hoc committee of the U.S. bishops also encouraged Catholics around the nation to observe a “Fortnight for Freedom,” from June 21 to July 4, during which they would focus their attention on the crisis of liberty facing Americans.

April 18 will be the 70th anniversary of [Lt. Col. James H. “Jimmy”] Doolittle's Tokyo Raid. This surprise bombing attack on Tokyo and other Japanese cities provided a needed psychological lift for the American people, who had suffered through the devastating Pearl Harbor attack four months earlier.

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