Showing posts from July, 2021

Warning: Canceled America

  Warning: We have a country to save “We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force” Ayn Rand Here is a list of things to think about that is changing America, maybe permanently: 1. Money is a construct: Our government is proving that they think money comes out of thin air. The national debt of $30 trillion continues to grow which eventually will have to be paid. By whom? Taxpayers but more and more people enter this country that need services, so the larger the debt the government will be forced to address income redistribution where in thought money is taken from rich and given to poor. Think about it-that really means middle class-working class will be brought down to poor to rid wealth inequality. 2. Laws are not necessarily binding anymore: Government

Argument for Parents-You deserve the truth about education

When I chose to become a teacher I did for multiple reasons. One was the positive experiences I had with my teachers in high school. I always felt like they cared about me and my future. They gave me advice but never told me to follow their beliefs or their choices in life. Mr. Sypien, my favorite teacher, told me I would not make much money in education, but it is a fulfilling life he wouldn’t change. I watched him as a teacher and I greatly admired him. Second, was when I entered college I really thought I wanted to be a psychologist, but a few classes into it and I couldn’t just sit there listening to people hours on end. I was in an English class and I learned that I had no grammatical skills like a lot is two words. I had no idea the difference between an adjective vs. and adverb. My papers had more red marks than black typed ink. It was humiliating. I did get better at writing, so worth all the tears that semester. This experience helped me make the decision I wanted to teach ki