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A Case Against Andragogy?

In my studies, I came across an interesting journal entry. “Pedagogy vs. Andragogy: A False Dichotomy?” is a fantastic journal entry that is well-balanced and…

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And to the Republic, for which it stood

I want to start this article with an excerpt from the notes of Dr. James McHenry, a delegate at the Constitutional Convention. On page 618…

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10 Points Missed on Student Loan Forgiveness

Student loan forgiveness is a hot topic, and I would like to add to it with another disagreeable thought. Oddly enough, many educated conservatives seem…

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Truths About White Slavery

White Slavery? Many have never heard of such a thing. Well, this is one history lesson you will not get in most schools today. Of…

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Truths About Black Slavery

We need to talk about slavery because the people of this nation have been lied to. To start this conversation, we need some context and…

Posted in Health

The Need for More Health Science in Health Care

When the sick are told to put their lives in the hands of someone unqualified to treat them, we know that there is a problem….

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What’s Wrong With Asking the Question?

Thomas Jefferson once said, “Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve the homage of…

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Changing the Institution of Tax

Nobody likes to talk about tax, but we should. What do we do if bias is rampant at the IRS and political targeting is a…

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Learning From Newt Knight

Do you know the story of Newt Knight? I would like to talk about a great movie called Free State of Jones, starring Matthew McConaughey,…

Posted in Leadership Security & Safety

Protect Yourself: Be the Fox and a Lion

Have you ever been told to be a fox and a lion? Fraud comes in many forms. Scammers are seemingly everywhere. Many people will take…