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Wednesday Wisdom - Thinking Words, #12, 2016

“Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute.”

Josh Billings

These words from the 19th Century American humourist say it right.  I like also his statement that, “The best way to convince a fool that he is wrong is to let him have his way.”  Like silence, tacit permission of an act carried out without intelligence shall always turn out as an apt product of its creator. 36 more words


Straight Outta Common Sense

A recent article published by Suzannah Weiss makes the most absurd claim that I have ever heard of in my life; furthermore she claims that “weed is more similar to heroin and cocaine than you think”. 414 more words


Maryland Against Physician Assisted Suicide

This week we decided to take a close look on how the state of Maryland is responding to potential legislation on Euthanasia. Legislation was introduced this year in the Maryland General Assembly ( 337 more words


Power to the people

Another major argument against physician-assisted suicide is that many people perceive it to be something that interferes with the power structure of rights in the United States – specifically, worrying that it will give undue power to the government, and thus take away that power from the individual.   352 more words


Refutation: Cyberbullying could cost you

It seems as if principals and teachers are having to pay for cyber bullying prevention training programs in public schools.  Some principals and teachers don’t see the value in these prevention programs that cover how to deal with cyber bullies and signs that a student is being bullied. 206 more words