Opening with Grieg’s “Morning,” in Act I, the story reveals the man entrusted to carry out the ‘conservative’ designs of La Famalia over the last several years.
Act II reveals the design of such efforts, a little truth, and ultimate twist in the next phase of dilution of values and moral turpitude.
Raise the curtain.
You Betcha! (32)Nuh Uh.(3)
Heh.. I see the Nu Uh button is getting a couple hits.
Yep. It sure places a whole new light on the expression cracking the whip in the offices of The Windquest Group, and Great Lakes Education Project. Of course, it also places another new light on Common Core and certain infatuations with kids.
I never did like the closeted approach to his agenda. If something is good it will be accepted on merit not deception.
All in all, I'm just happy that Jim DeMint broomed the creep above out of Heritage dealings before it was swept into the dustbin of history.