The Karens and Kens of the Golden Ghetto argue with one another over what they're watching on cable news . . .
Here's a nice way to pass the time trading blood curses with neighbors whilst the American economy crumbles . . .
"In Blue Valley and other districts, school board races that previously were tame affairs are increasingly lit up by hot-button national issues, including schools’ efforts at addressing race and diversity."
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Outside conservative groups bring fight over 'critical race theory' to Johnson County school board races
Party politics, usually under the radar in local non-partisan elections, is coming out into the open this year as school board candidates in Johnson County make their final push for votes in the Nov. 2 election.