Wednesday, May 13, 2009


I was reading ms.jazz blog about how she has a class for a drug lessen so they don’t have to you any drugs, I have to agree with this blog that every school need this kind of class. The bill that have been written at the time it should have to pass both side because drug I one of the most problem in every country that they have. Most people do a drug test for work and other purpose but almost have of the people they will not pass the test. They might say it the people who make the test are wrong. So I believe that if that bill has passed is kind of problem will not happen and people want have to worry about felling the drug test or not.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

should we Put Texas education fund in new, expert hands

Why should we Put Texas education fund in new, expert hands. What is the point of changing people if they don’t know what they are doing even if the Texas House of Representatives has approved and sent to the Senate a much-needed change in the oversight of the $17.5 billion Permanent School Fund? It is not about the money they can provide us much money they could the thing is if the expert know what to do with the money and how to provide it to the school Texas educations will be in good hand; but they have people in the board of education that have a different can of levees in the education. Like for example form one of the news “in recent years, has seemed most focused on battling over the teaching of evolution in textbooks and back-to-the-future teaching standards.” For me this is just wasting time it just science about the world they know that they just went to school just like as what is the point of changing the educations style they know that ever thing change in time. The other thing is that the school fund also holds about 46.5 million acres of land, including mineral rights to 7.1 million acres. The fund also can be used to guarantee bonds issued by school districts to pay for classroom buildings. fund has lost about 24 percent of its value since last fall, but it is hardly alone in that — other major state investment funds also have taken big losses in the recent stock market crash.
So I have to agree with the editor that the schoolchildren of Texas will benefit if this important mission is taken away from the State Board of Education and given to people who actually know what they're doing. They might give a chance to the education to have a chance to teach without any problem.

Monday, April 20, 2009


I have to agree with this blog Stimulus Dollars and Perry. Perry has not said whether he would veto the bill, but a veto is the only way for him to reject the $555 million, which he says comes with onerous requirements to expand government.It is not a one man decision even thought he is the governor of Texas he has to talk to his advisers and the congress how it will change Texas with the fund. The fund that rick Perry rejected probable helped a lot of unemployed people in Texas, I hope that they can override this bile because the fund money is going to help Texas unemployment people.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009


Texas shouldn’t debit on the education of anti-evolution and anti-science positions it is just a science that for the student to study and to fine out or thing about the evolution.
They should be working together to find more ideas how to improve the state board education. It is not about how old is the universe it just about the science. The thing is Texas really don't know much about this board or how much power it has over public education in Texas. Requiring online video of their meetings will help more Texans understand just how subversive and beyond the mainstream the board majority is. Texas should to stand up the education they should allow the teachers to teach about the anti-evolution and anti-science. Like the said in the news “The point has been made here often that religious beliefs about creation have no place in high school biology and chemistry classes. Save that for Sunday school and let students learn science in the public schools.” That is true science and religious doesn’t go the same time science it’s just a fact to find out more thing about the evolution; but religion is another thing that whether in different religion. So my belief is Texas should give more chance to the state board education to allow them to the teacher to teach sciences without any problem.

Saturday, March 28, 2009

school and guns doesn't much

I have to agree with Katherine Haenschen blog that gun doesn’t belong in school.
The reason it is crazy to pass a law that would allow students and to carry guns on campus. Who in god name to allow have to have a gun to student ? They suppose to know that they went to school like everyone else they now how students act. For example like what happen at Virginia Tech in 2007 and at Northern Illinois University last year. Virginia Tech massacre was a school shooting consisting of two separate attacks approximately two hours apart on April 16, 2007, that took place on the campus of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) in Blacksburg , Virginia , United States . The perpetrator, Seung-Hui Cho , killed 32 people and wounded 23 before committing suicide . The massacre is the deadliest shooting incident by a single gunman in United States history. It is better that to have the police and professional security personnel to do their jobs in emergency situations. State law already outlines places where civilian possession of handguns is prohibited, such as polling places, courtrooms and secured airport areas. Schools also are off limits unless the administration issues a written authorization allowing certain personnel to carry weapons. So if I have to say that gun doesn’t belong with student the only that belong with students is book about school. hopefully this bill willn't pass through the Senate they are the only chance we have to stop guns from entering the classroom

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Should Texas judge Keller stand trial for rejecting an appeal filed after hours

The author of an editorial published in the Austin American Statesman declares Should Texas judge Keller stand trial for rejecting an appeal filed after hours. This author does not believe that it is imperative that Sharon Keller was at home when Marty called to ask her if the court clerk's office could remain open after 5 p.m. to receive Richard's petition. Keller said no. She now says that she told Marty the clerk's office, not the court, would close at 5 p.m. As if that made a difference. Michael Richard, a man who was convicted of capital murder by our own court system, twice, and who spent 20 years of our tax dollars sitting in our prisons, has only recently received the due penalty for his crimes. Furthermore, the honorable judge sharon keller of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is being called a "killer" because she finally threw the book at Richard, refusing to succumb to one more senseless scandal by the money-hungry defense.This issue has never been about Richard's guilt or innocence, but about the lack of common decency in refusing his appeal because it would arrive after 5 p.m. Keller should answer for her actions in a public trial.
Facing such withering criticism, Keller, 55, may retire or resign rather than stand trial. She has until March 5 to answer the charges from the commission, and her attorney, Chip Babcock, has said she could win the case on the facts. The editorial may have been more influential to readers that whether should Keller stand in trial for rejecting an appeal filed after an hour even thought they have been numerous calls for Keller to resign, and a resolution has been introduced in the state Legislature to start impeachment proceedings against her. Last week, the State Commission on Judicial Conduct charged Keller with five counts of violating her duty and discrediting the court in the Richard case. For me the way I think about this editorial news the allegations against Keller in the judicial conduct commission's findings are devastating. She and the other judges knew Richard's attorneys likely would appeal his sentence after the U.S.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Raising gasoline tax makes sense

This is editorial news about raising gasoline tax makes sense Yes — it sounds a bit crazy to talk about a tax increase when the economy is sputtering and Texans, like the rest of the country, are squeezing every dime hard. But an increase in the state's gasoline tax would be a welcome sign of sanity. The state hasn't raised the gas tax since 1991, so that 20 cents a gallon has lost more than half of its purchasing power because of inflation. Just indexing the tax to inflation would have little immediate impact, which is why the state ought to raise it first — say, by 10 cents a gallon — and then index it. A 50 percent increase in the tax sounds like a lot, but a 10 cent rise pales to nothing compared with the increase in the actual of cost of gasoline last summer of $2 a gallon. It hurt, but we paid it. Gasoline is back under $2 a gallon, and now's the time to raise the tax. Gov. Rick Perry, who should be leading on this issue, apparently has signaled he wouldn't oppose indexing the gasoline tax. Texans want and need more and improved highways, but they also must know that we are going to have to pay for them — there's no highway fairy, not even in the federal government. The gasoline tax is an efficient way to collect that money. I think this article is worth reading because in some way it shows that even if the economy is really bad and they are squeezing every dime hard.