Reading, Writing and … all that number stuff

What is the purpose of a school?

Is it to babysit our children so we can do other things?

Is it to indoctrinate our children to believe the latest politically correct “idea” so they don’t find themselves cancelled?

Or, is it to teach them to read and write and do math … and think?

What is the purpose of a school?

Hey buddy, you got change for a trillion?

How do you solve a problem in today’s world?

It’s easy.

Throw money at it.

I’m serious. It doesn’t matter what the problem is. It doesn’t matter if it’s a big problem or a little problem. If it’s a problem, the solution is money. Preferably trillions of dollars.

And don’t worry if you don’t actually have trillions of dollars lying around in your bank account. All you have to do is print new money.

Then throw the money at the problem and the problem is solved.


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The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the … well, maybe not the whole truth.

The news.
When you listen to, watch, or read the news … are you being lied to?
National polls have indicated that many people don’t trust that news organizations are doing a good job.
Do they have reason to believe that?
Slanted” by Sheryl Atkinson will give you an insider’s look at how the major news organizations in American work. I believe it is a must read for those of you who really want to know how the news organizations we depend on decide what we will hear and what will be hidden from us.

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