Category Archives: Department of Education

The High Cost Of Education

It seems to me…. “Getting a college degree used to be free or low cost because, as a society, we saw providing higher education to young people as an investment – in them and in the future of our own … Continue reading

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Higher Education Benefits

It seems to me…. “Ensuring quality higher education is one of the most important things we can do for future generations.” ~ Ron Lewis[1]. Many U.S. schools and universities, which at one time were considered to be the best in … Continue reading

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The Last Real Republicans

It seems to me…. “Too often, it seems, conservatives have scorned experts as incompetent, biased, or otherwise worth ignoring because they came up with answers that didn’t fit their politically desired answer. Often, they proclaim experts have a liberal bias. … Continue reading

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Trump: Totally Unqualified

It seems to me…. “The point is that you can’t be too greedy.” ~ Donald Trump[1]. Very few people consider Donald Trump to be a paragon of honesty[2]. He, and his supporters, frequently complain of media bias and he apparently … Continue reading

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