KTTH Morning Update – May 23, 2014

By KTTH | May 23, 2014

Teacher Admits Real Reason Behind Common Core

White Privilege Behind Common Core: A teacher who helped write the new federal Common Core education standards has stunningly admitted why they exist – and apparently it has something to do with race. Watch the full video to hear his insane logic.

$15 Wage Deal Could Fall Apart: Mayor Ed Murray’s $15 minimum wage plan is falling apart, as businesses propose new amendments that are dividing the Seattle City Council. A letter obtained by Publicola shows big organizations – The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, for example – pushing for more of a phase-in, and asking for a “training wage” that’s 85 percent of the minimum.

Tennessee Brings Back Electric Chair: Tennessee has become the first state to create a law requiring death row inmates must die by electric chair. Republican Gov. Bill Haslam signed the law Thursday. Before Thursday, inmates on death row who committed crimes before 1999 had a choice between the chair and lethal injection. The shortage of lethal injection drugs and controversy surrounding replacements for them partially drove Tennessee’s new law.

New Phil Robertson Comments: Liberals are in a twist over new comments made by Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson during a sermon at a Louisiana church on Easter. Robertson reiterated comments he made in December to GQ magazine, saying that gays would go to hell, just like other sinners like thieves, adulterers, and those who commit bestiality. 

Terrorists Attack Consulate in Afghanistan: The attack happened early Friday morning in the city of Herat, where a group of terrorists armed with suicide bombs, rocket-propelled grenades, and guns, attacked the Indian consulate. Miraculously, no one in the consulate died in the attack because Afghan security forces kill the terrorists.

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