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Steve Morris
Fox, apoplectic over its own polling showing wide public support for and 's wealth tax proposals, literally blames the fact that schools teach kids to be fair: "The idea of fairness has been promoted in our schools for a long time."
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Dennis Hartin 5 Feb 19
Wasn’t β€œFair and Balanced” Fox’s slogan for a few decades?
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Cpt. Autism 5 Feb 19
Fair as in the skin tone of their anchors
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Dan Holden 5 Feb 19
As a teacher, I am so happy to find out that my plan is working.
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π”Ÿπ”’π”©π”©π”¦π”€π”’π”―π”’π”«π”± π”žπ”«π”‘ 𝔫𝔲π”ͺ𝔒𝔯𝔬𝔲𝔰 5 Feb 19
You all are the real heroes out here, playing the long game.
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John Pijanowski 5 Feb 19
I’m going to be bold and put myself out there as pro fairness. Start casting your stones.
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Kevin M. Kruse 5 Feb 19
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KCR 5 Feb 19
What's funny is the textbooks we learned with, that the Boomers/Silents wrote, advertised America as a "fair" place for everyone. We thought that sounded great, and now they're outraged that we found out they were full shit.
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L. Carrera 5 Feb 19
I think they always meant 'fair for me but not for thee.' We're just figuring it out now.
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Old Lady JessΓ«ca. BLM. 5 Feb 19
O dear, we were accidentally taught the value of fairness and justice. How terrible. It's right up there with Fred Rogers telling kids they have inherent worth and deserve to be loved as themselves. O the humanity πŸ™„
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SinfulBehaviors | BLM | ACAB 5 Feb 19
Fun fact, Fox News actually ran a piece on how bad Mr. Rogers was for teaching kids that everyone is special in their own way.
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