Daily Archives: January 10, 2021

Weekend link dump for January 10

“Which Side Are You On?” “Train your children to think of mass-death as good and thrilling and they’ll grow up to be the kind of people who simultaneously deny and celebrate a global pandemic.” “There is no reason, frankly, for … Continue reading

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You can’t escape your culpability, Ted

The stench will be on you forever, Ted. U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz has sharpened his criticism of President Donald Trump, saying the president’s rhetoric “certainly contributed to the violence that occurred” as Trump’s supporters stormed the Capitol on Wednesday. But … Continue reading

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Assistance for renters coming

Good, but of course much more is needed. Houston officials expect to get up to $70 million in federal stimulus funds to help renters in the city make their monthly payments and use toward other housing expenses. The $900 billion … Continue reading

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Taking the STAAR online

If we’re going to have the thing, then this makes sense. Texas education officials want all public school students to take state-required standardized tests digitally by 2022, an effort that could cost school districts millions more collectively each year, according … Continue reading

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