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Arthur Camins Warns Democrats about Dangers of School Choice

Arthur Camins, director of the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J., has a warning for Democrats… 373 more words

Charter Schools


sparks in sky of coal
celebratory, I’m told
nation’s holiday.

should high revelry
get suddenly out of hand
into inferno?

torture unbidden
sulfurous plumes ascending… 55 more words

Flash Point

I heard this today. And it struck me.

It is something we have all heard before.

It is in the Declaration of Independence.

It is something that will always be true.

It is something that is easily forgotten in this day and age. 55 more words


Some part of me has always cried for justice.

Back when my mom felt so alone,
or when I felt alone.
When I saw terribly young women standing in a line, waiting to be bought and brought to a room for sex. 559 more words

ashes turn grey

Churches are burning. I sat down with a pen and a scrap piece of paper. This is what came out.

ashes turn grey

ashes turn grey… 160 more words


In the Supreme Court We Trust?

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To SCOTUS (Supreme Court of The United States)

Under ordinary occasions such an image and a post such as this would not have been necessary! 1,539 more words

WE The People

Review: Action Comics #42

With the Truth segment of this Superman crossover finished after one month, the story now moves on to Justice, a change of some sort which is not immediately evident to the reader.   488 more words