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In the photo, nearly all of the 63 boys appear to make the Sieg Heil salute before their junior prom in the spring at Baraboo High School. Lori Mueller, of the Baraboo School District, said Monday via Twitter that the district will pursue all available options, including legal action, in response to the photo. The school district and local authorities continue to investigate, speaking with the students and families involved to determine how and why this was taken. Baraboo is a town of about 12,000 residents that is about 115 miles (185 kilometers) northwest of Milwaukee. Mueller says the photo doesn’t reflect the district’s values and that administrators will pursue appropriate action. Mueller said the photo appears to have been taken last spring and wasn’t on school grounds. The Auschwitz Memorial in Poland released a statement Monday emphasizing that the photo is one of the reasons children must continue to be taught about the brutality of what the Nazis did. http://cutenailsdesigns.net/2018/11/13/wisconsin-students-throw-up-sig-heil-in-prom-photo.html


This is Mississippi Republican US Senator  Cindy Hyde-Smith, making a flip reference to a “public hanging” is incensing voters in a special election runoff, drawing attention to the state’s history of lynching and boosting Democrats’ hope of pulling off a stunner in the Deep South. Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith is facing former congressman and former U.S. agriculture secretary Mike Espy, a black Democrat, in a runoff Nov. 27. She was captured on video praising a supporter by declaring, “If he invited me to a public hanging, I’d be on the front row.” After the video was made public Sunday, Hyde-Smith said her remark Nov. 2 at a campaign event in Tupelo was “an exaggerated expression of regard” for a friend who invited her to speak. “Any attempt to turn this into a negative connotation is ridiculous,” she said.spy on Monday called the remark “disappointing and harmful.” “It reinforces stereotypes that we’ve been trying to get away from for decades, stereotypes that continue to harm our economy and cost us jobs,” he told MSNBC’s, Chris Matthews. At a news conference Monday with Republican Gov. Phil Bryant by her side, a stone-faced Hyde-Smith refused to answer questions about the hanging remark. “I put out a statement yesterday, and that’s all I’m going to say about it,” she said. https://www.brownsvilleherald.com/news/elections/mississippi-us-senator-won-t-discuss-public-hanging-remark/article_d1fb0e80-230f-56a2-8f09-8273d2e71a67.html