Monthly Archives: February 2013

What Does it Mean to be Educated?: A Thought from Robert Frost

“Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence.” — Robert Frost (quoted in UPI and The Week) Share on Facebook

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Think for Yourself

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Government As We Know It Will Cease to Exist

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Disobedience and Not Obedience: A Thought from Howard Zinn

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A Thought on Tyranny and the Good of Others from C.S. Lewis

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Hoping That the Grownups Prevail: Andrew J. Billups

We have become a country in which an entrenched voting majority has assumed a childlike relationship with parental government. Members of this majority want a nice allowance, minimal personal responsibility, no loss of entitlements, and no deferral of gratification. They … Continue reading

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Benjamin Carson, MD: A Breath of Fresh Air

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Academic Coaching for a Return to Quality Academic Performance

  Mid-term grades disappointing? Need help getting back on track? www.chesapeakecoaching.com Share on Facebook

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A Thought From Ayn Rand

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