To hear it on Fox News, you would think that America is going down the path of no return towards, first, socialism and now, in the latest in a very long line of misrepresentations of democracy, totalitarianism.  Don’t get me wrong – its wonderful that at least one American can find Canada on a map […]

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There is a lot of mis-information out there and for the most part that is because a lot of it is also confusing on how it is presented. There are a couple of things it would be helpful if people could agree upon and get right: COVID is not fake news, it is the leading […]

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Herein is the essential conundrum: if you are pro-choice then you are supporting the conservative value that people should be in charge of their own destiny (small government, more private oversight). If you are pro-life, then you are supporting the liberal value that the state should have the right to interfer with your choices where […]

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I don’t know what is worse. The political correctness of today’s culture that requires people to apologize for things done in the distant past or people who actually apologize for these things. There are two different aspects to this problem that bother me Different Time – Different World View If a decision outcome would be […]

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I’m not sure why this is difficult for people. I get the fact that firing a firearm is an adrenaline rush. That some people eat, sleep, and dream about how a gun makes them feel, or how much more secure it makes them feel, or the history or emotional sentiment behind a specific gun’s lineage.  […]

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In approaching the crossroads of knowledge, there is an important pre-conception that both teacher and student must understand. That is, the difference between ‘out of the box’ thinking and ‘boxed-in’ thinking is all about how we approach the box and its surroundings. Creative and critical thinking is partly based on the socialization of masks that […]

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