Homework in private high schools

mtierney said:

from your link…

“In 2021, a U.S. intelligence report … released on Friday notes that:

their illness alone "neither supports nor refutes either hypothesis of the pandemic’s origins." 

“The Intelligence Community was not aware of a particular biosafety incident that might have caused the pandemic,

Suppositions are one thing. Actual  data is another. 

Didn't we have a government office set up by President Obama specifically designed to help identify and stop pandemics that started overseas?  I think it was one of the first things Trump cut.  It was started after the avian flu epidemic, I think.  Please correct me if I am mistaken.

I remember Obama passing that on to Trump in the transfer and he made a show of tossing it…

mtierney said:

From RCP Pinocchios

Trove of Emails and Documents
Reveal Fauci’s Deceptions 

Free Press

This article summarizes the “evasion, deception, and misdirection” that best describes Dr. Anthony Fauci’s leadership of the U.S. response to COVID-19 -- especially regarding his support of high-risk virology research and its connection to the possibility that a lab leak in Wuhan caused a worldwide catastrophe:

Fauci, who was the face of the public health community during the crisis, pushed the idea that the evidence strongly indicated that the virus was just a tragic, natural occurrence. He insisted, repeatedly, that an epidemic that started in Wuhan was unlikely to have been the result of an escape from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). 

But Fauci had an incentive to arrive at his conclusion about the deadly pandemic that started in Wuhan. The WIV was known for doing high-risk virology research studying and manipulating coronaviruses. 

Fauci, as head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for almost 40 years, had funded such research at the WIV.

Say what? 

This reads like a standard Fox News conspiracy theory. Do you have any corroborating data from a more reliable source?

Beach21 said:

Which private high schools in the area seem to give the most homework? Does the competitiveness for admission make a difference ? 

Oratory, Union Catholic, St. Peter’s, seton hall

Morristown Beard  Gill St Bernard, Wardlaw, Pingry, Newark Academy?

Asking earnest questions about private schools is the third rail of this site and its denizens.  Never heard of Wardlaw, but you left out Delbarton and that one in Montclair.

BarneyGumble said:

Asking earnest questions about private schools is the third rail of this site and its denizens.

Nine comments over one day more than a year ago.

autochthons may be more apropos.

BarneyGumble said:

autochthons may be more apropos.


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