Yes, We Are Doomed… But Why?
This article was originally posted on my personal site: http://rpcforum.com The stories making the headlines around the country ought to make Americans pretty ashamed of ourselves. We ought to be humbled by our mistakes and failures. We ought to admit where we have gone wrong and be seeking to right the ship and set sail on a true-er course. But no, how do we respond? “America is the greatest | Read More »
Election Day 2012: The Aftermath
(Originally posted on my personal blog - http://nsagraduate.wordpress.com.) I woke up this morning to find that last night’s results remained the same. Well actually, that’s not true – this morning it was worse. President Obama increased his lead in the popular vote, proving that at least 60 million of our countrymen are incapable of discernment, considering him to be worthy of another four years of leadership. | Read More »
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Saving the American Dream?
There’s been a bit of confusion as to the American Dream lately. And by lately, I mean “over the last several decades.” Through the years, both parties have drifted towards the idea of a democracy, and with that shift they have increasingly catered to the majority. After all, if you want a democracy to succeed, that’s how you do business: via majority. There’s a problem | Read More »
The future of our Country lies in the classroom
My days begin before a classroom of 9th-graders. Every morning, I spend an hour with these young men and women before I head to the office for yet another day of real estate during this time of economic instability and political unrest. The contrast could not be starker. From where I stand in front of my class, I know that we can conquer the world. We | Read More »