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- Why Did Jesus Tell Mary, "Mine Hour Is Not Yet Come" (John 2:4)?
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- Chapters 38-39 of The Stand
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- Maccabees and Suicide
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- Genesis 4:13: Did Cain Repent?
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- Tucker’s 5/17/2022 Monologue
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Tag Archives: education
My Favorite Part of Last Night’s State of the Union Speech (2/12/2013)
My favorite part of President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech last night was the following: “Through tax credits, grants, and better loans, we have made college more affordable for millions of students and families over the last few … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events, Political Philosophy, Politics Tagged barack obama, Current Events, education, newt gingrich, pell grants, Politics 1 Comment
Robert Reich’s I’ll Be Short 4: At What Price?
I finished Robert Reich’s I’ll Be Short: Essentials for a Decent Working Society. Reich had a profound chapter on feminism, as he talked about his wife being denied tenure, how women are not always listened to in male-dominated sayings, ways … Continue reading
Posted in Economics, Environment, Political Philosophy, Politics, Regulation Tagged business, education, Feminism, Humanities, Regulation, Robert Reich, science, Tenure Comments Off on Robert Reich’s I’ll Be Short 4: At What Price?
Glenda Ritz vs. Tony Bennett for Indiana State Superintendent: What’s Interesting to Me
It’s the day before Election Day. Believe it or not, a number of my politically and religiously conservative friends in Indiana are voting for Democrat Glenda Ritz for Indiana State Superintendent of schools, rather than Republican Tony Bennett. (See here … Continue reading
Posted in Political Philosophy, Politics Tagged conservative friends, education, educational reform, Glenda Ritz, Indiana, Indiana State Superintendent, mass firings, Politics, public school teachers, Tony Bennett Comments Off on Glenda Ritz vs. Tony Bennett for Indiana State Superintendent: What’s Interesting to Me
Robert Reich’s I’ll Be Short 3: Education
In my latest reading of I’ll Be Short: Essentials for a Decent Working Society, Robert Reich focused on education. I have three items. 1. Somewhere in the book, Reich says that businesses should form apprenticeships for local students who are … Continue reading
On Biases and “True Scholarship”
There is a good exchange of ideas under Nick Norelli’s post, The Idol of Scholarship and Academic Naivety. G. Kyle Essary writes: “It’s common to hear now: “‘I used to be a poor, dumb fundamentalist like many of you. I was … Continue reading