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TOTIN' TEACHERS?! Learning from the Kids...

So, the LAST thing that I, a former teacher with over 40 years experience, would want to see in schools is teachers toting concealed weapons.  Well, I guess I wouldn’t actually SEE the concealed weapons, and that makes the whole scenario even scarier to me. 766 more words

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Watch "The Origins of the American Public Education System: Horace Mann & the Prussian Model of Obedience" on YouTube

Here is some info for yall. The public educational system was meant to make you a slave to the system. They elite doesn’t want free thinkers. 18 more words

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I Try To Understand

Right now people all around me seem to be on drugs – word drugs. As I watch their narcotised, stupefied, insensible, befuddled, delirious, hallucinating behaviour I feel as though I have just fallen into Alice’s Wonderland. 898 more words

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Empathy? Really?

I’ve been more than a little surprised by the recent incident involving our president and another Gold Star family.  Apparently, he was somewhat callous in his choice of phrasing with both the mother and the widow of a fallen soldier.  413 more words

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Day to Day Politics: Do qualifications matter in politics? - » The Australian Independent Media Network

And after 18 months of appalling governance Abbott the then Prime Minister could not lay claim to any policy that has progressed the nation. His leadership was abysmal and his Ministers were found wanting with a litany of failures in, education, health, environment and the economy. 72 more words

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St. Albert political teams

This has been a very long day. I woke up to check out Facebook for the first time in a week or so and was inundated with municipal politics eating at my soul. 1,481 more words

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St. Albert municipal election (media bias in our little corner of the world).

A little history here as I have to admit that until a week ago, I honestly considered running for city council here in St. Albert. We are a small city of just under 70,000 people on the Northwest edge of Edmonton. 1,435 more words

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