Join Jim and Greg as they discuss the staggering number of students who fell through the cracks because schools were closed and the impact that could have. They also roll their eyes as Elizabeth Warren and a couple of allies in the House propose a wealth tax, and they discuss why New York Democrats suddenly seem so eager to boot Gov. Cuomo.

 

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  1. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
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    Fewer kids enrolled in public schools… Is that really a bad martini?

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  2. kedavis Member
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    Eustace C. Scrubb (View Comment):

    Fewer kids enrolled in public schools… Is that really a bad martini?

    I suppose if they’re not going to school at all, they’re being damaged by neglect.  But if they are going to public school, they’re being damaged with malice.

    Similar to the old Mark Twain saying, “If you don’t read a newspaper, you’re uninformed.  If you do, you’re misinformed.”

    At least arguably, being uninformed is less of a hazard, whereas being misinformed leads to what Reagan described as “knowing so much that isn’t so.”

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