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https://plus.google.com/109251025530489473568 Tom Barrett : Noli Me Tangere was a operative phrase that signified our Infantry unit - 1st Bn. 2nd Inf/1st Inf. Div...
Noli Me Tangere was a operative phrase that signified our Infantry unit - 1st Bn. 2nd Inf/1st Inf. Div.  We were also known as the Black Scarves Battalion - Noli Me Tangere interpreted as Don't Tread on Me was our combat battalion's motto. We operated in Vietnam from 1965 - 70. An interesting note: The 1st & 2nd earned its' nickname after an operation in spring of 1966 which included a sweep of the village LoGo near the Cambodian border finding caches of black fabric...under command of LTC Prillimen, the infantrymen wore pieces of the black cloth to honor those fallen - thus the battalion came to be known as the Black Scarves through the remainder of tour in Vietnam. Our call sign was Dracula; and along with wearing the black scarf created an aura that was respected and feared by the enemy. To this date, the proud members who served in the Black Scarves Battalion often close with Noli Me Tangere when communicating.

"No Mission Too Difficult..."
Noli Me Tangere,
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https://plus.google.com/101413401350304780738 Tom Kertscher : PolitiFact Wisconsin wants to know what promises Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and Milwaukee County Executive...
PolitiFact Wisconsin wants to know what promises Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele made during their successful re-election campaigns that caught your attention.
What have Milwaukee's mayor and county executive promised you?
We’re asking for your help as we launch promise meters that will track campaign pledges made by two Milwaukee-area politicians. First, a little background on how our promise meters work. Our Walk-O-Meter, which we recently updated to check the progress of three campaign pledges Gov. Scott Walker made to Wisconsin taxpayers, tracks promises Walker made while running for governor -- for his first term and his second. As of May 2, 2016, the Republic...
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https://plus.google.com/106337339395255605018 Artist Organized : “ Chaos in the world brings uneasiness, but it also allows the opportunity for creativity and growth...
“ Chaos in the world brings uneasiness, but it also allows the opportunity for creativity
and growth.” ~ Tom Barrett
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https://plus.google.com/108392774029975997155 Tom Barrett : A new post - I often wonder about the fine line between just playing with instinct and natural intuition...
A new post - I often wonder about the fine line between just playing with instinct and natural intuition and practicing structures and drills. How might this be a metaphor for the broader design of learning in our lives? Where is the place for intuition?
Playing With Freedom
I am back at my son’s tennis club again. It is an unusually warm Wednesday evening and on the eve of his tenth birthday …
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https://plus.google.com/112085987088939152674 Tom Barrett :

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https://plus.google.com/109043840389504663492 Post-Bulletin : "If I want to get the inside scoop on what's going on at the Capitol, I go to Ken the barber," said ...
"If I want to get the inside scoop on what's going on at the Capitol, I go to Ken the barber," said Tom Barrett, executive director of Minnesota Gambling Control Board.
Barber has scoop on what's happening at Capitol
ST. PAUL — Like many barbers, Ken Kirkpatrick usually has the lowdown on what's going on in his neighborhood.
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https://plus.google.com/108701192567447103982 Michael Ha : Thank you to our wonderful attendees, presenters, keynote speakers, sponsors, Ivanhoe Grammar School...
Thank you to our wonderful attendees, presenters, keynote speakers, sponsors, Ivanhoe Grammar School support staff and students for making ‪#‎TTPlay‬ so successful.

After 6 months of planning, the 2 day conference was a showcase of teachers sharing digital technologies and lesson ideas to enhance teaching and learning.

Designed By Teachers, For Teachers, we are really proud of everyone involved in the inaugural TeachTechPlay conference. 

+Alice Keeler +Mark Anderson +Steve Brophy +Corey Aylen +Mike Reading +Nathan Jones +Trent Ray +Tim Kitchen +Suan Yeo +Michael Ha +Jason Coleman +Adam Vardanega +Eleni Kyritsis +Hamish Curry +Tom Barrett +Bec Spink +Brett Salakas +Riss Leung +Blake Seufert +Ben Gallagher +Travis Goulter +Samantha Vardanega 
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https://plus.google.com/108392774029975997155 Tom Barrett : Seems to have struck a chord with people.
Seems to have struck a chord with people. 
Teacher professional learning pedagogy needs to change too
For too long now education conferences and professional learning events have prolonged a traditional “sage on the stage”…
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https://plus.google.com/110138995652041344058 Ben Rouse : For those of you leading change in your school consider having a read through +Tom Barrett​'s posts ...
For those of you leading change in your school consider having a read through +Tom Barrett​'s posts around design thinking. I find it is proving a great catalyst for embedding #edtech in what we do because it focusses on finding and solving problems.

“How to generate ideas and bring balance to the force” @tombarrett https://medium.com/@tombarrett/how-to-generate-ideas-and-bring-balance-to-the-force-778ef38f3168
How to generate ideas and bring balance to the force
When you use an activity to generate ideas it typically comes with a standard creative pace setting. The way I see it, t…
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https://plus.google.com/115839926764856834229 Minnesota Public Radio : "If I want to get the inside scoop on what's going on at the Capitol, I go to Ken the barber," said ...
"If I want to get the inside scoop on what's going on at the Capitol, I go to Ken the barber," said Tom Barrett, executive director of Minnesota Gambling Control Board.
St. Paul barber has scoop on what's happening at Capitol
Ken Kirkpatrick has cut hair at Capital Barbers in the basement of the State Office Building in St. Paul for 44 years. His days as a full-time hair cutter and listening post are numbered. He sold his shop and plans to semi-retire May 16.
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https://plus.google.com/118415869878384914447 George Eleady-Cole : THE  BLACK  MARTYR  HISTORY                 COLLECTION                                              ...
THE  BLACK  MARTYR  HISTORY                 COLLECTION                                                                                                                  David A. Clarke Jr.

THE  BLACK  MARTYR  HISTORY  COLLECTION
David A. Clarke, Jr.
Sheriff Clarke at the NPS Graduation Ceremony in 2013
64th Sheriff of Milwaukee County
Incumbent
Assumed office
March 19, 2002[1]
Preceded by
Leverett F. Baldwin
Personal details
Born
1956 (age 59–60)
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Political party
Democratic[2]
Spouse(s)
Julie Clarke
Alma mater
Concordia University Wisconsin
Website
www.sheriffclarke.com
Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. (born August 21, 1956) is the 64th Sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. In 2002, Clarke was appointed to a vacancy by Governor Scott McCallum, and later elected that same year to his first four-year term. He was re-elected in November 2006, 2010, and 2014, and is currently serving his fourth full term.
Contents
  
1Early life, education, and early career
2Sheriff of Milwaukee
2.1Persona
2.2Party affiliation
2.3Budget cuts and service reductions
2.4House of Corrections turnaround
2.5Support for self-defense and Second Amendment rights
2.6Christian Centurians lawsuit
2.7Constitutional Sheriffs Association Award
2.8Talk show host
3Potential mayoral run
4Personal
5Electoral history
5.1Milwaukee County Sheriff Elections (2002-2014)
5.1.12002 Democratic Primary
5.1.22002 General Election
5.1.32006 Democratic Primary
5.1.42006 General Election
5.1.52010 Democratic Primary
5.1.62010 General Election
5.1.72014 Democratic Primary
5.1.82014 General Election
Early life, education, and early career
Clarke was born in the Milwaukee to Jeri and David Clarke Sr., a former paratrooper with the 2nd Ranger Infantry Company.[3] He attended Marquette University High School.
He went on to earn a degree in Criminal Justice Management from Concordia University Wisconsin, graduating summa cum laude. In 2003, Concordia University named him Wisconsin Alumnus of the Year. His postgraduate work includes graduating from the FBI National Academy and the National Executive Institute in Quantico, Virginia; completing the Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government; Driving Government Performance: Leadership Strategies that Produce Results at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government; and studying with Police Chief William Bratton and L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca.[4]
His career in law enforcement began in 1978 at the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD). After 11 years as a patrol officer, Clarke was promoted to Detective, making the Homicide Division less than 1 year later. In 1992, Clarke was again promoted to Lieutenant of Detectives. The next step was becoming Captain of Police for the MPD in 1996. In 1999, Clarke took over the post of Commanding Officer for MPD's Intelligence Division. Clarke then became Milwaukee County Sheriff in 2002, currently holding the same post.[5]
Sheriff of Milwaukee
Persona
As Sheriff, Clarke has been known for his outspokenness. Clarke frequently appears at public events on horseback wearing a cowboy hat. Clarke said that Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele had “penis envy” and must have been on heroin when crafting the county budget.[6]
Party affiliation
Clarke has been elected three times to the Sheriff's office as a Democrat, despite not belonging to any party. This has spurred criticism from the local Democratic Party.[6]
Clarke explains his choice to run as a Democrat thusly on his website:
"Like me, most people question why the Office of Sheriff is a partisan election. I have never asked a person to vote for me because I run as a Democrat. I ask them to vote for me based on my 35-year commitment to keeping citizens safe. Most voters get it when it comes to public safety. There is no Democrat or Republican way to be a sheriff. The enemy is not the opposing party; the enemy is the criminal."[7]
Budget cuts and service reductions
In response to budget cuts prompted by the Milwaukee County pension scandal under Tom Ament's executiveship,[8] Clarke began eliminating Department units to save money. He eliminated the gun crime unit, drug unit, and witness protection unit. Many of these units duplicate services provided by municipal departments.[9]
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele has consistently cut the Sheriff's budget further. A Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel news story reports that "County Executive Chris Abele's 2014 budget takes direct aim at Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr.'s office, cutting more than $12 million and 69 jobs, shifting park patrols, emergency management, 911 communications and training divisions elsewhere." [10]
House of Corrections turnaround
In January 2008, before the Milwaukee County House of Corrections was placed under the management of Sheriff Clarke, a National Institute of Corrections audit of the Milwaukee County House of Correction identified 44 areas of concern, including serious security, morale, and management issues, and described the facility, as “dysfunctional.”
In 2009, Sheriff Clarke took over the facility and quickly overcame a $5 million deficit, as well as most of the issues brought up in the audit, including lack of discipline, poor supervision, employee sick use abuse, inmate fights, and excessive and unnecessary overtime use.
Clarke received praise for rapidly correcting the issues.[11]
Support for self-defense and Second Amendment rights
In January 2013, Clarke was featured on a series of public radio ads that said citizens could no longer rely on the police for timely protection and should arm themselves. Later that month, Clarke appeared on the CNN program Piers Morgan Live, with Milwaukee Mayor and gun-control advocate Tom Barrett, and attacked the notion that citizens could no longer rely on calling 9-1-1. The appearance sent Clarke into the national spotlight.[12]
Christian Centurians lawsuit
In 2006, Clarke invited members of a Christian organization to speak at mandatory roll calls, over the objections of the Deputies' union and members of various faiths. This resulted in a federal lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, which Clarke lost and subsequently appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, who upheld the lower court's ruling in 2009. The sheriff did not seek review in the U.S. Supreme Court.[13][14]
Constitutional Sheriffs Association Award
In 2013, Clarke was awarded Sheriff of the Year Award by the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association. The official statement credited Clarke with, “Demonstrating true leadership and courage...staying true to his oath, true to his badge, and true to the people he has promised to serve and protect.”[15] [6]
Talk show host
Since 2015, Clarke has hosted a podcast talk show, "David Clarke: The People's Sheriff," on Glenn Beck's The Blaze Radio Network.[16]
Potential mayoral run
In January 2014, Clarke announced he was considering a run for Mayor of Milwaukee in 2016.[17]
Personal
David Clarke and his wife live on the northwest side of Milwaukee.
Electoral history
Milwaukee County Sheriff Elections (2002-2014)
2002 Democratic Primary
David Clarke - 59%
Pete Misko - 26%
Mark Hayes - 15%[18]
2002 General Election
David Clarke (D) - 74%
Ken Bohn (R), 25%[18]
2006 Democratic Primary
David Clarke - 54%
Vincent Bobot - 46%[18]
2006 General Election
David Clarke (D) - 78%
Don Holt (R), 21%[18]
2010 Democratic Primary
David Clarke - 53%
Chris Moews - 47%[19]
2010 General Election
David Clarke (D) - 74%
Steven Duckhorn (R) - 25%[20]
2014 Democratic Primary
David Clarke - 52%
Chris Moews - 48%[21]
2014 General Election
David Clarke (D) - 79%
Angela Walker (I) - 21%[22]
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https://plus.google.com/103777290039830415461 KySTE : Googleable vs Non-Googleable Questions - Essential questions are all too often lower order via Tom Barrett...
Googleable vs Non-Googleable Questions - Essential questions are all too often lower order via Tom Barrett NoTosh http://ow.ly/10olSD
NoTosh - Googleable vs Non-Googleable Questions
'Essential questions' are all too often lower order. And not that essential.
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https://plus.google.com/108392774029975997155 Tom Barrett : Second hand courage is still courage Have you ever felt like you might not be able to face it? Sometimes...
Second hand courage is still courage

Have you ever felt like you might not be able to face it? Sometimes you just don’t have all the energy that you need to get through. It is OK not to have all the answers. There are times when we fall short of the line or just lack that spark we need. That’s OK. It was during 2010 and early 2011 that I realised I was suffering just such a deficit.

My career seemed to be happening to me and I felt helpless to some of the issues I was facing. I tumbled from one urgent/important item to another. I was out of balance. During my time in schools I had never had to deal with compromise. And here it was. With such an energy deficit I had to ration where I put my efforts. I wanted to be the best classroom teacher I could be and at the same time develop as a school leader. But compromise stretched its tendrils around both endeavours. This toxic time eroded my mental health and I suffered.

There were days when I had to stop the car on the way to work and take a few deep breaths.

It wasn’t my own courage that pushed me on. It was the second hand courage of people close to me. Their unwavering support help steady my nerves, their energy topped me up. Also through some teary discussions I managed to get some distance and realised that it wasn’t me. It was OK. The situation I was in could change and I could change it.

If you are in that struggle consider these things I learned. Surround yourself with people who can share their energy and courage with you — their courage is still something that can carry you. Find perspective by discussing things with someone who will understand your experience. Plot your way out, find a course that puts you back making decisions about what is next.
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https://plus.google.com/108491203631308966455 Tom Barrett :

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https://plus.google.com/117285436421695290687 BendTel Inc. : The Bend Chamber will be hosting an open forum tomorrow night to discuss Bend’s bandwidth issue. Be ...
The Bend Chamber will be hosting an open forum tomorrow night to discuss Bend’s bandwidth issue. Be a part of this unique conversation, share your feedback and hear from local business leaders and local service providers like BendTel’s CEO Tom Barrett. For more information about the event visit: http://www.bendtel.com/whats-brewing-bends-bandwidth/
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https://plus.google.com/104203192398423048388 Tom Barrett :

Watch the video: Dexter Dam to Island Park April 2 2016
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https://plus.google.com/116213194309507663399 mary glass : Why we expect more from Tom Barrett, mayor April 3, 2016 We have a right to expect more from Mayor Tom...
Why we expect more from Tom Barrett, mayor
April 3, 2016 We have a right to expect more from Mayor Tom Barrett Whereas the article by Ms. Angela Peterson has a "RIGHT-ON" flavor and many valid points, as always the CORE CONSTITUENTS, especially African Americans are "tipped around" with a stat here ...
Why we expect more from Tom Barrett, mayor
April 3, 2016 We have a right to expect more from Mayor Tom Barrett Whereas the article by Ms. Angela Peterson has a "RIGHT-ON" flavor and many valid points, as always the CORE CONSTITUENTS, especially African American...
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