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An Educator’s 4th of July Thoughts

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Two perpetual elements of American society, that are also richly analogous, are baseball and education.  Baseball is a game of individuals, but those individual players must win as a team.  The game is played as a competition not only against … Continue reading

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The Incomplete Constitution

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The Constitution is the greatest protector of rights ever penned by man’s hands. Simply by being a written Constitution, the document professes to be a touch-stone of liberty. Like a rulebook, if you want to know if someone is cheating … Continue reading

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“Schools and the means of education” should be encouraged

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We conservatives love to tout our admiration of the American Founders, their ideas, and their spirit…and deservedly so. However, it’s short sighted to celebrate their focus on Natural Rights, freedom, small government, republican government, etc. and then distance ourselves from … Continue reading

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