Robert Kuhn 
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Re: “Criminalizing Student Behavior, South Carolina Edition

The sheriff said the girl would not use her Chrome Book. That alone was not disruptive. She also had her phone out and would not put it away. From the events we saw, it is just as possible that the student was taping the teacher's conduct. Why should that matter? Because the sheriff appreciated that the other three students had their phones out and recorded the deputy. Note that the sheriff said that the girl punched the deputy. However, watch it frame by frame. It appears that when the officer grabbed her to throw her backwards while still in her chair/desk, he leveraged that take down across her "chest." Only as she begun to move back did her right arm go up, the arm closest to the hand using the leverage. The girl may have been wrong. However, unless an exception is that a teacher can do what ever he wants, the law goes both ways. A disruptive teacher can be criminally charged. What was interesting was that the teacher and assistant principal both said that the force was not excessive. So, that force was common or at least not out of the ordinary to them. That was the most interesting aspect of the entire event.

14 likes, 5 dislikes
Posted by Robert Kuhn on 10/28/2015 at 1:59 PM

Re: “McSally Ad Demonstrates the Challenge of Fewer vs. Less

actually, to me it seemed like she was advocating less jobs.

16 likes, 4 dislikes
Posted by Robert Kuhn on 09/15/2014 at 1:13 PM

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