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Cullens Pal Thomas

Hendersonville, NC

#3 Jun 25, 2014
CULLEN LYING SACK OF BUFFALO POOP wrote:
This is a true post. I worked in the NY schools for my whole career. I've read the most diverse unsegregated schools are in Charlotte NC and have always been. Just goes to show you that "projection" is almost always at work. The finger pointers are that which they try to call others. Southerners are open and accepting of other races. New Yorkers and most northerners for that matter, are racist.
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-GEGLF40mlAk/ULTdGBf...
Thomass Gee Hoffmeister

Columbia, SC

#4 Jun 25, 2014
This is a true post. I worked in the NY schools for my whole career. I've read the most diverse unsegregated schools are in Charlotte NC and have always been. Just goes to show you that "projection" is almost always at work. The finger pointers are that which they try to call others. Southerners are open and accepting of other races. New Yorkers and most northerners for that matter, are racist.
Cullens Pal Thomas

Hendersonville, NC

#5 Jun 26, 2014
This is how it's done, Cullen. I have no problem admitting truth. Question is, SO WHAT? I am NOT identified with New York, or North Carolina.

"Segregation is back in US schools

Sixty years after the Supreme Curt ruled that segregated public schools were unconstitutional, a new university report has found many of the gains of integration have been reversed.

In a report published Thursday by the Civil Rights Project at UCLA, researchers found that while schools aren’t as segregated as they were before the landmark Brown v. Board of Education ruling in 1954, much of the progress that had been made after 1967 has been lost.

According to the Associated Press, just 23 percent of African American students went to schools that were majority white, a number that hasn’t been lower since 1968.

Meanwhile, more African Americans are attending schools in which they are the majority race than has been recorded in the past few decades. Similarly, more than 50 percent of Latino students are going to schools in which they are the majority race.

The statistics are even starker in specific states. In New York, Michigan, Maryland, and Illinois, more than 50 percent of black students attend schools where 90 percent of the institution is minority. The same is true for Latino students in New York, California, and Texas.

Although there are various explanations for this development, the report’s author, Gary Orfield, said one of the primary reasons for it is housing segregation, which can keep minorities from moving into areas with a larger white presence.

"Neighborhood schools, when we go back to them, as we have, produce middle-class schools for whites and Asians and segregated high-poverty schools for blacks and Latinos," he said to the AP.

Another reason, noted by University of Kansas professor John Rury, is that those with the ability to move out of poorer areas to reach better school districts have chosen to do so for many years, leaving behind cash-strapped institutions that sometimes can barely afford to offer basic classes.

For the American Civil Liberties Union’s Dennis Parker, this means fewer opportunities for students to become successful.

"These are the schools that tend to have fewer resources, tend to have teachers with less experience, tend to have people who are teaching outside their area of specialty, and it also denies the opportunities, the contacts and the networking that occur when you're with people from different socio-economic backgrounds,” he told the AP.

The news comes about a month after a separate report was issued by the Annie E. Case Foundation, which found that African Americans, Latinos, and American Indians faced the most barriers to success in the US, significantly more than Asians and white Americans. As RT reported previously, these barriers were found to exist at birth and get tougher over time.

Regionally, the latest UCLA report had some notable findings as well. As noted by the Huffington Post, it found that schools in the Northeast are “more intensely segregated” than they were before 1968. Elsewhere – the Midwest, West, and Border states – schools are much less segregated than in the 1960s, but more segregated when compared to the 1980s and ‘90s.

Schools in the South, meanwhile, were the least segregated in the US.

“Contrary to many claims, the South has not gone back to the level of segregation before Brown. It has lost all of the additional progress made after l967 but is still the least segregated region for black students,” the report stated, according to the Post.

The report states that further research is needed to effectively analyze the problem across the US, and the authors pushed President Obama to take the situation seriously. They said the White House has offered “no major encouragement nor incentives for working on integration.”"

http://rt.com/usa/159224-segragation-back-us-...
Cullens Pal Thomas

Hendersonville, NC

#6 Jun 26, 2014
Funny guy, Cullen, tell a lie while telling the truth. You should look at that pal. Truth is I am not identified with any point on the map. It is one earth, North South, East West, America, China..the whole world belongs to me.

"Segregation is back in US schools

Sixty years after the Supreme Curt ruled that segregated public schools were unconstitutional, a new university report has found many of the gains of integration have been reversed.

In a report published Thursday by the Civil Rights Project at UCLA, researchers found that while schools aren’t as segregated as they were before the landmark Brown v. Board of Education ruling in 1954, much of the progress that had been made after 1967 has been lost.

According to the Associated Press, just 23 percent of African American students went to schools that were majority white, a number that hasn’t been lower since 1968.

Meanwhile, more African Americans are attending schools in which they are the majority race than has been recorded in the past few decades. Similarly, more than 50 percent of Latino students are going to schools in which they are the majority race.

The statistics are even starker in specific states. In New York, Michigan, Maryland, and Illinois, more than 50 percent of black students attend schools where 90 percent of the institution is minority. The same is true for Latino students in New York, California, and Texas..........

Regionally, the latest UCLA report had some notable findings as well. As noted by the Huffington Post, it found that schools in the Northeast are “more intensely segregated” than they were before 1968. Elsewhere – the Midwest, West, and Border states – schools are much less segregated than in the 1960s, but more segregated when compared to the 1980s and ‘90s.

Schools in the South, meanwhile, were the least segregated in the US.

“Contrary to many claims, the South has not gone back to the level of segregation before Brown. It has lost all of the additional progress made after l967 but is still the least segregated region for black students,” the report stated, according to the Post."

http://rt.com/usa/159224-segragation-back-us-...
Cullens Pal Thomas

Hendersonville, NC

#7 Jun 26, 2014
Cullen, you are so habituated to lying even when you tell the truth you need to make a lie out of it somehow. Bottom line is you still don't understand who you're dealing with. I don't identify with any region, town, city, state, ideology, not even a name, thus no matter how hard to try to bait me with your childish posts I remain untouched.
Try to understand, when Jesus says, "unless you become a child again...." he is not saying unless you become childish"...see the difference Pal, if you can.
Southern Gentleman

Montgomery, AL

#8 Jun 26, 2014
I remember when a federal judge ordered school busing nationwide in the mid-1970s. Charlotte NC and Lexington KY were held up as models for how smooth the busing implementation went. The trouble spots? Boston MA and LOs Angeles CA. Sure does put the lie to the yankee lie that we are racist here in God's Country, the South.
Cullens Pal Thomas

Hendersonville, NC

#9 Jun 26, 2014
Northern Joker wrote:
I remember when a federal judge ordered school busing nationwide in the mid-1970s. Charlotte NC and Lexington KY were held up as models for how smooth the busing implementation went. The trouble spots? Boston MA and LOs Angeles CA. Sure does put the lie to the yankee lie that we are racist here in God's Country, the South.
Cullen you're neither Southern nor a gentleman, more like the Yankee liars you decry. A liar is a liar is a liar regardless of where he is born. It's a personality disorder that you suffer from. You even lie about where you come from. We all know that, you old fibber you.
Cullens Pal Thomas

Hendersonville, NC

#10 Jun 26, 2014
Southern Gentleman wrote:
I remember when a federal judge ordered school busing nationwide in the mid-1970s. Charlotte NC and Lexington KY were held up as models for how smooth the busing implementation went. The trouble spots? Boston MA and LOs Angeles CA. Sure does put the lie to the yankee lie that we are racist here in God's Country, the South.
PS What's a so called Southern Gentleman doing posting from New York City? Ha ha, he's using a proxy server to hide his deception, stooopID!
Cletus Hunnicutt

Columbia, SC

#11 Jun 26, 2014
I don't know about this here fella from New York, but this here Cullen fella you talkin about went to school in Minnesota when his dad moved the family up there for a good engineering job, but he was born in Asheville. Now I been here all my life. But if I was born here and growed up in Minnesota, I know I'd consider meself a Southerner too.
Cullens Pal Thomas

Hendersonville, NC

#12 Jun 26, 2014
Cletus Hunnicutt wrote:
I don't know about this here fella from New York, but this here Cullen fella you talkin about went to school in Minnesota when his dad moved the family up there for a good engineering job, but he was born in Asheville. Now I been here all my life. But if I was born here and growed up in Minnesota, I know I'd consider meself a Southerner too.
The Cullen fella I'm talking about is YOU!, a guy who lives in a subdivision called Oakmont. Some facts about Oakmont

Zip code 28730 compared to state average:
Median house value above state average.
Unemployed percentage below state average.
Black race population percentage significantly below state average.
Median age above state average.
Foreign-born population percentage below state average.
Renting percentage significantly below state average.
Percentage of population with a bachelor's degree or higher above state average

Before living here, you lived in Payson, AZ where blacks represented .3% of the population. You seem to be avoiding mixed neighborhoods there Cullen. What have you to say for your racist self?
THOMAS HOFFMAN

Montgomery, AL

#13 Jun 26, 2014
My name is Thomas G Hoffman of Fletcher NC. Livingston Farms development right in the middle of cow country off Jackson Rd. When the wind is just right, I smell cow feces. Yuk yuk yuk. What's a city dooshbag to do in the redneck South? Oy vey.
Cullens Pal Thomas

Hendersonville, NC

#14 Jun 26, 2014
THOMAS HOFFMAN wrote:
My name is Thomas G Hoffman of Fletcher NC. Livingston Farms development right in the middle of cow country off Jackson Rd. When the wind is just right, I smell cow feces. Yuk yuk yuk. What's a city dooshbag to do in the redneck South? Oy vey.
My pal Cullen seems to like my name better than his own. But then he likes all kinds of names, real and otherwise, better than his own.. I think that's some kind of personality disorder but then I'm not a psychiatrist but I know an ill mind when I see one,.

These posts are fantasies he creates out of his own sick mind in some vain hope he will somehow manage to offend me. Sorry Cullen, I have never ever been offended by the rantings and lies of the mentally ill.
Cletus Hunnicutt

Columbia, SC

#15 Jun 26, 2014
I remember when a federal judge ordered school busing nationwide in the mid-1970s. Charlotte NC and Lexington KY were held up as models for how smooth the busing implementation went. The trouble spots? New Paltz, NY. Boston MA. Los Angeles CA. Sure does put the lie to the yankee lie that we are racist here in God's Country, the South.

Y'all come back now ya hear? Take your shoes off and set a spell!
Cullen PITIFUL LIAR

Hendersonville, NC

#16 Jun 26, 2014
CLITORIS LYING SACKO SHIITE Hunnicutt ANDERSON wrote:
I remember when a federal judge ordered school busing nationwide in the mid-1970s. Charlotte NC and Lexington KY were held up as models for how smooth the busing implementation went. The trouble spots? New Paltz, NY. Boston MA. Los Angeles CA. Sure does put the lie to the yankee lie that we are racist here in God's Country, the South.
Y'all come back now ya hear? Take your shoes off and set a spell!
Hey liar Colin, got news for ya, punk there is exactly ONE elementary school and one middle school and one high school and maybe, I say maybe, about a half dozen black living in New Paltz back then including Floyd Patterson. You remember him, don;t you, the guy that kicked the crap out of the big Scandinavian white guy? Little hard to segregate schools under these condItions, A Z Z W I P E

Tell you the truth Cullen, if there was a god like you lie about your AZZ would have been fried a very long time ago for a number of sins fro Adultery to bearing false witness and murder, WAR CRIMINAL NAM VET! The fact you're still breathing is enough proof that no such god exists.
Cullen Sicko Anderson

Hendersonville, NC

#20 Jun 26, 2014
COWARD THOMAS HOFFMAN wrote:
THOMAS HOFFMAN IS A COWARD. HE SITS BEHIND A KEYBOARD AND INSULTS PEOPLE AND SOMETIMES EVEN THREATENS THEM. YET HE IS TOO CHICKEN TO EVEN MEET PEOPLE FROM HERE FOR COFFEE AND LUNCH FOR FEAR SOMEONE WILL NOT LIKE HIM ANY MORE. GOT NEWS For YOU DOOSHBAG THOMAS, WE ALL HATE YOU ALREADY BECAUSE NO ONE LIKES A COWARD OR A SNITCH WHICH IS YOUR OTHER INDEFENSEABLE CHARACTER DEFECT.
Let me spell it out for you, Cullen, you are the most despicable individual I have ever had the misfortune to have met. You're a sick perverse old man who is in serious need of psychiatric care so let me put it to you this way, if I could be a part of your cure, yes, I would meet with you and your doctor..otherwise I don't wish to ever lay eyes on your miserable face, NOT EVER, not the condition you're in now. So, get help, get WELL, GET REAL!
JESUS LOVES YOU

Asheville, NC

#21 Jun 26, 2014
Jesus Christ loves each and every one of us! His teachings are all about helping us be available for the Love.

Can I get an Amen?

A M E N !!!

Since: Jul 14

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#22 Jul 2, 2014
Southern Gentleman wrote:
I remember when a federal judge ordered school busing nationwide in the mid-1970s. Charlotte NC and Lexington KY were held up as models for how smooth the busing implementation went. The trouble spots? Boston MA and LOs Angeles CA. Sure does put the lie to the yankee lie that we are racist here in God's Country, the South.
I remember too. It is such a dsservice that the lie continued for so long way back when that we were racist here in the South. Just like a rat smells his own hole frst, the northerners projected their own racism upon us. But WE FORGIVE THEM! GOD BLESS OUR NORTHERN NEIGHBORS. MAY THEY FIND COMFORT AND PEACE IN THE EVER-LOVING ARMS OF LORD JESUS CHRIST!!!

Can I get an Amen?

A M E N !!!

Since: Jul 14

Location hidden

#23 Jul 3, 2014
Red Square wrote:
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2 014/03/28/35635...
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The New York state has the most segregated public schools in the United States, with many black and Latino students attending schools with virtually no white classmates, according to a new report
The report, released Wednesday by the Civil Rights Project at the University of California at Los Angeles, found that almost 30 percent of the state’s schools had fewer than 10 percent white students, and 11 percent of the schools had fewer than 1 in 100 white students.
In New York City, the largest school system in the US with 1.1 million students, many of the charter schools created over the last decade are among the least diverse of all, with less than 1 percent white enrollment at 73 percent of the charter schools.
The researchers said segregation has the effect of concentrating black and Latino students in schools with a high rate of poor students compared with the statewide average.'
If the New Yorker yankees would just stop serving Satan and start serving lord Jesus Christ, they will become lovers of diversity and lovers of mankind even as Our Lord Jesus Christ loves us!

Can I get an Amen?

A M E N !!!
Vinnie

Montgomery, AL

#24 Jul 12, 2014
Yo I no cuss I lives in Nu Yawk da bronx an we alway have dem chilibeaners and dem negroes some ware not in are schools cuss we racists. Alway have been. Me grandpapa he a KKK. My daddy he a KKK. I a KKK. Keep dem colored out of me nayborehoods.
Larry

Boston, MA

#25 Jul 13, 2014
I grew up in New York. This is true. The blacks and hispancs in our area went to a rundown inner city school and all the white kids went to nice schools in the suburbs. And the "N" word was used a lot and I don't mean "Negro".

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