Above is Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "Disappointment you can believe in!" Grin while you can, Barry. At NPR's blog The Two-Way, Eyder Peralta reports:
School lunches have always been the subject of much discussion within a school cafeteria. But, lately, they've gotten even more attention: First lady Michelle Obama and lawmakers passed the child nutrition bill aimed at bettering school lunches, last December. And star chef Jamie Oliver is leading a national campaign to prove school lunches can be healthful and cheap.
Today, the Chicago Tribune brings us word that one principal is facing the issue by taking on the old brown-paper-bag staple. Elsa Carmona of Little Village Elementary Academy on Chicago's West Side has prohibited students from bringing packed lunches from home, unless they have a medical excuse.And that, boys and girls, is why some parents took grave offense to a First Lady 'suggesting.' It wasn't a suggestion. And those of us who are parents do feel we are "the deciders" on what is best for our kids to eat.
This is C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot" for Monday: