‘It’s all social justice. All day. Every day.’ Socialist OPRF school board members caught gloating on Zoom | West Cook News

We’re loyal to you, Oak Park High, and tickled pink to push our “social justice” values.

Two Roosevelt University professors who also serve on the Oak Park and River Forest High School school board were caught on an open Zoom call bragging about how they promote Marxist re-organization of American society to their college students.

Talking before the start of OPRF’s Feb. 26 board meeting on a live microphone, Gina Harris and Ralph Martire said they were proud to advocate for so-called “social justice” Marxist economic concepts.

“I mean, it’s all social justice. All day, every day, I get to talk about the things I love. I’m really living the life over here,” Harris said.

Let no man or woman call it indoctrination, either.

more more more here at West Cook News, a nice corrective to Wednesday Journal of Oak Park and River Forest, which has nothing good to say about it . . .

CEO magazine: Texas, Florida best states for business; California, New York, Illinois the worst

Woe is us in IL et al. Keep in mind: Business (jobs, independence, not depending on welfare etc.) does better in states not run by Democrats.

(The Center Square) – For the 17th year in a row, Texas was named the “Best State for Business” by the nation’s leading CEOs in an annual survey conducted by Chief Executive Magazine. Once again, California was ranked the worst.

The rankings are determined by CEO’s assessment of each state’s business climate, workforce, and quality of life. Texas has ranked first every year for 17 years since the magazine first began its assessment.

Florida ranked second, with Tennessee, North Carolina and Indiana, rounding out the top five. California, New York, Illinois, New Jersey and Washington ranked in the bottom five. The bottom ranking states are “the usual bunch,” the magazine states. “Despite powerful human capital, high costs remain a turnoff” for businesses.

Fr. Thomas Reese • “Young People Should Not Be Allowed To Attend” Latin Mass

Fr. Thomas Reese SJ grinding an axe, calling for draconian measures vs. the “unreformed” in these many years since Vatican 2.

Scratch a progressive and you find a stern disciplinarian. Very stern.

This blogger, Jeff Ostrowski, asks:

By the way, what is this obsession Father Thomas Reese has with the Second Vatican Council? Does he not realize the Council took place sixty years ago? Why does he focus on Vatican II, while neglecting all the other councils?

Father Thomas Reese, a dissident priest, has said many disturbing things, including stating that there are “more important” things that happen during Holy Mass than Transubstantiation. For myself, I would not receive Holy Communion from a person like Father Thomas Reese.

Better an extraordinary minister, apparently.