Sometimes it takes a personal tragedy such as the death of a parent to snap a person out of his delusion and make him realize he’d better take charge of his own life. I know my father’s death motivated me to improve myself and begin the process of establishing myself as an academic and thinker. Yelling on social media about your own problems is at least far more sincere than screeching and whining about things you can’t control. Hope blooms eternal in the valley of the shadow of death.
Recently, Quillette ran a piece that helps explain the problem in American education. Having discussed my own problems with poor students that cop a bad attitude and an administration that lets them skate, I find this article both infuriating and refreshing.
The children in DC who engaged a Native American elder were called out on their posturing. Then the narrative changed and everyone is sorry for being “so mean” to them.
I’m not sorry, and here’s why….
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Who has more power in the United States? Who has it better off: Men or Women?
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he spends his days
—so much hot air and fury—
between tireless hours
on his father’s dime.
So I’ve received some amusing retorts to my previous blog post. Of course, IP addresses have been recorded and the appropriate steps are being taken…. Happy Holidays!
A recent counter-protest resulted in the physical assault of a group of Marine reservists on leave in Philadelphia. Members of ANTIFA surrounded, slurred, and assaulted the Marines callings them “white supremacists.” When one of the Marines said he was of Mexican heritage, the chants changed to “wetback” and “spic.”
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