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Friday, January 14, 2011

New York City School Overcrowding Solution: "Birth Control"

New York City's new schools chancellor either has no respect for children, or a highly socially inappropriate sense of humor that calls into question her basic fitness for public service.


Just-appointed schools chancellor Cathie Black is quoted as having said, "Could we just have some birth control for a while?" in response to questions about school overcrowding.


School overcrowding has been a persistent New York City problem for decades, as the city continues to be beset by a growing school-age population and shifting demographics.


This gaffe comes on the heels of


  • a recently-announced pilot program for organ preservation (or "organ harvesting") providing for a second ambulance to respond to cardiac arrest 911 calls in case the patient does not survive,
  • the recent report last week that approximately 39 percent of New York City pregnancies end in abortion; and 
  • an atrocious City response to street cleaning and providing other essential sanitation and public safety services, which response was so poor it has sparked a federal criminal investigation.
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