* Just re-reading some things from about mid-way on this journey. Some of the words have started to fade on the paper, I figured here would be a safe enough place to record them. 602 more words
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Among the many issues the city of Memphis harbors there is one that stands out to me, and that is education. The system under which our children are taught is flawed, and though many liberals love to parade, what they believe, is evidence that the socialist prisons that make up the American public school system are working, they are not. 368 more words
My previous post discussed the novella (Yes, novella IS a word!) that was my required summer reading that preceded my freshman year, this year. The novel that was required (Anthem, by Ayn Rand) was a book long metaphor for an atheistic, Godless, and evolutionary philosophy. 523 more words
Question: is freedom free?
Answer: Hell, no.
The bricks we use to build concepts cost five dollars each. That’s not even counting the cost of labor. 346 more words
Isn’t it interesting how something long in existence can be suddenly re-proposed as a brilliant new idea? Politicians and educators, hoping we have memory problems, often do this to fool us into thinking they are working hard to improve a situation. 1,736 more words