Diane Ravitch informs us that she will not "join in the vicious quarrels between partisans of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. I refuse to give ammunition to Trump for the campaign." (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/diane-ravitch/my-choice-for-president_b_10145992.html)
I understand her point. But there is one event that needs to be discussed. Worldnewsbureau (May 11, 2016) reports that in 1979 Secretary Clinton was abducted by aliens. "In what may or may not be a coincidence," the article tells us, nine months after the abduction, her daughter Chelsea was born. The article explains that her encounter may explain Sec. Clinton's interest in UFOs.
I think all apparent coincidences need to be carefully investigated. Here's another one that needs looking into, a tweet posted by Bill Murray on April 23, 2015: "Chuck Norris was born May 6,1945. The Nazis surrendered May 7, 1945. Coincidence? I think not." (Chuck Norris claims he was born on March 10, 1940. Yeah, right.)
By the way, I think the abduction story is in Sec. Clinton's favor. Talk about multiculturalism!
More from Worldnewsbureau.com:
School Board Bans Materials Casting Doubt On Climate Change
The Portland Public Schools Board of Portland, Oregon has unanimously passed a resolution to remove from classrooms any materials that "cast doubt" on whether manmade climate change is occurring.
"We're shaping young minds here - the last thing we need is conflicting material from a bunch of scientists," said Ms. Wilma Boyington Mason Roberts, board president.
This is satire, by the way. Ms. Roberts doesn't exist. But the school board did ban materials doubting climate change.