Monthly Archives: March 2016

A Stress Free School

In the United States children begin school at five, they are on a core curriculum, mass standardized testing, measuring not the student, but the minimum a student must know to graduate. Stress is abundant and learning is based on what … Continue reading

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An Ethical And Moral Obligation

Normally, I have what is called a political aversion, meaning I don’t want to participate in one of the three conversations that you are taboo in public. As of the last few months, my feelings have changed obviously.  But I … Continue reading

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The Elephant in the Room

What is the reason behind Trump’s success, is it fear, frustration, or is it something else? Just who are the ‘his base supporters’?  Normally, fringe candidates receive ‘fringe support’; roughly 10-20% of the voting population of any party.  This is … Continue reading

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A Fear of the Known

It’s not that hearing the vitriol spewed from the candidates should be bothersome to us because those rhetorical outrages are given media air time.  What is bothersome is that this spiel is turning out record numbers to the voting booth. … Continue reading

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A Sit Down with Stephen H. Provost

His next work, tentatively scheduled for release in 2016, will examine the history of U.S. Highway 99 in California. In addition, the author has published several books under the name Stifyn Emrys, beginning in 2012 with “The Gospel of the … Continue reading

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