Practice “Freedom Feminism”
Imagine a stranger coming up to you and saying, “I’m not trying to insult you, but you’re ugly.” Wouldn’t you be upset? The example may sound farfetched, but it’s exactly what two Baylor Lariat columnists have done over the past two weeks. In her column (“Ring-by-spring stereotype goes both ways,”) Lariat staff writer Maleesa Johnson implores readers to “please do not read this [article] as me | Read More »
Southwest Washington Legislative Outlook Breakfast – Glimpsing A Theme Of The 2010 Race In Washington’s (Now Open) 3rd Congressional District
Friday morning, I attended the Annual Legislative Outlook Breakfast organized by the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, Identity Clark County and the Columbia River Economic Development Council. Since the main thrust of the program involved having nine State Legislators address questions on topics ranging from Economic Development to Transportation to Education; it seemed likely to be a very interesting morning. However, the announcement, about 36 | Read More »
Exploring Obama’s College Plan
One of President Obama’s big plans is to Federally fund college in a way that will allow all Americans to attend, with the hope of obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree. Beyond the unsustainable economic situation that would create, and the problems it causes with regard to freedom in the country, it raises another question; one of intention. What is the purpose for such a proposal? First we should ask what the purpose of a Bachelor’s Degree is.
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