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Group Discipline: Marx in the Classroom en Route to Animal Farm

Group Discipline: Marx in the Classroom en Route to Animal Farm “Where all think alike, no one thinks very much.” Walter Lippmann, author of Public Opinion In the trenches of the totalitarian “Isms”, whether it be Marxism, Socialism, Fascism, Despotism, … Continue reading

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“America”: Continent, Country or Geographic Expression?

“America”: Continent, Country or Geographic Expression? In The New International Webster’s Concise Dictionary of the English Language (1997), “America” is defined as: The United States of America; North America, South America or both of these continents considered together; also the … Continue reading

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Cracking the Code, Losing the Labels and Exiting the Highway

Cracking the Code, Losing the Labels and Exiting the Highway Code: A system of signals, characters, or symbols used in communication. It’s interesting how many folks became “coded”, classified and labeled, after World War II. For instance, the World Health … Continue reading

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Nature, Nurture, TechnoNanny and the Wards of State.

Nature, Nurture, TechnoNanny and the Wards of State. The Cost of Technology at the Helm of Human civilization. Nurture replaced by TechnoNanny is NOT nurture. It is societal engineering. Adults today, spend in excess of 11 hours per day in … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Faith & Family via Localization. NOT Globalization

Reclaiming Faith & Family via Localization. NOT Globalization “Now a traveler came to the rich man, but the rich man refrained from taking one of his own sheep or cattle…Instead he took the ewe lamb that belonged to the poor … Continue reading

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Sherlock Returns in: The Case of the Misplaced Priorities

Sherlock Returns in: The Case of the Misplaced Priorities “Where He does not reign, She cannot shine.”   When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) met his final rest, detective Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson lived on. After all, Holmes … Continue reading

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Necessity, the Mother of Invention: Inventing Crises.

Necessity, the Mother of Invention: Inventing Crises.   “Necessity, Necessity A most unnecessary thing…. necessity What throws a monkey wrench in? A fella’s good intention That nasty old invention…. Necessity.”*   Necessity: the quality or state of being in need; … Continue reading

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