By Mike Hall, February 25, 2017

The Northampton, Massachusetts police department thought they’d initiated a terrific program in December. ‘High Five Fridays’ were started to build trust and relationships between students and police officers. It was going great and kids did not need to participate if they were uncomfortable.

The outreach effort was discontinued when a handful of parents complained.

Here, the police chief is trying to explain the benefits while an astounded and perplexed board member looks on.

Maybe these parents would be welcomed in Cuba.

Might be worth a try.

** The good people at Webster’s Dictionary are considering an addition to the word ‘lunacy.’
‘Any politically correct action which provokes Abraham Lincoln and George Washington to rise in their graves and say simultaneously…’you cannot be serious!’

This just in…North Korea has relaxed its visa program and pledged that disruptive Americans are welcome and not subject to drug ‘experiments’ by undercover agents.

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