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Archive for the ‘Education’ Category

Big Brother Is About To Grow

September 4, 2009

Go ahead and post your comments on the White House’s publicly accessible sites. Just be prepared. The government is hiring vendors to market and store your information. The National Legal and Policy Center, or NLPC, revealed the White House New Media team is seeking to hire a technology vendor to collect data such as comments, […]

Banking, Education…and Islam

May 8, 2009

Despite Ben Bernake’s news of increased consumer spending, things are not what they appear. According to The Economist, consumption will remain in a depressed state for years. Why? Since the early 1980s, spending by households on goods, services and homes has grown faster than GDP, making it the locomotive of American—and global—expansion. By 2006 it […]

Policy, Medicine and Islam

March 27, 2009

After the report on medical information safety by the BBC, the NYT reports that many doctors question whether the cost of implementing digital records may not be worth it. Two articles, to be published on Thursday in the New England Journal of Medicine, point to the formidable obstacles to achieving the policy goal of not […]

02/05 Morning Report

February 5, 2008

Did you know it isn’t enough to talk about overcoming racism? Now days, at schools, you also have to support the anti-family agenda of the left. You may know Ken Hutcherson’s name from his pro football days or, more recently, his pro-family activism in defense of traditional marriage. But Hutcherson’s daughter was introducing her father […]

04/19 Morning Report

April 19, 2007

People have been complaining about “cheap Chinese goods” for years. Well, this BBC article is just more fuel on the fire. The huge rise is hazardous goods in the EU comes primarily from China. Isn’t that sweet? Want to read the dumb part of it all? Ms Heemskerk said that the high proportion of Chinese […]

The Teacher Applicant

March 12, 2007

After being interviewed by the school administration, the eager teaching prospectSaid: Let me see If I’ve got this right. You want me to go into that room with all those kids, and fill their every waking moment with a love for learning. And, I’m supposed to instill a sense of pride in their ethnicity, modify […]