In 1994 I learned a set of characteristics that apply to authentic fascists and under what conditions they can come into power. Based on this definition, I said Donald was a fascist before the 2016 election. Since he’s been in office, the evidence in support of that contention has grown much stronger.
We all live in bubbles that distort our perspectives of America – rich or poor, rural or urban
We all need to figure out how to either break out of our own personal bubbles, or how to see through them better, lest our distorted views of America tear us even further apart.
Mitt Romney and Rick Scott debate Florida unemployment numbers
by Paul Szep
Obama's Achilles Heels (by Paul Szep)
Nota Bene #121: Birds of an Ancient Feather
“Television is an invention whereby you can be entertained in your living room by people you wouldn’t have in your house.” Who said it? The answer is at the end of this […]
Rick Perry and the jobs issue (by Paul Szep)
Nota Bene #114: Big Star
“The radio makes hideous sounds.” Who said it?
That was quick. Goodbye to Dan Uggla
by Terry Hargrove I brought home another load of my stuff from school yesterday. I now have nine boxes of teaching materials that I won’t need anymore crowded around the computer in […]
There be dragons here
by Terry Hargrove Days remaining in spring break: 1 Days of meaningful employment left: 41 Paychecks remaining: 10 Unused sick days: 20 Number of three-day weekends coming up: I see a couple […]
by Terry Hargrove As I write this I am six days removed from the worst day of my professional life. On March 25, after a classroom/lesson evaluation, I was informed by my […]