Monthly Archives: March 2013

Academic Coaching for the Pre-Finals Home Stretch

I am enjoying my consultation with several “pre-success students” during this “Pre-Final-Exams Home Stretch.” It is very gratifying, and I enjoy seeing them tweak their study routines and make better use of their time. I know they will do well. … Continue reading

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The National Debt: Moral Imagery

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The Poverty Plantation: A Thought from Star Parker

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Blacks as a Victim Class: A Thought from Dr. Walter Williams

“Today’s whining and portrayal of black people as a victim class amounts to an unspeakable betrayal of the sacrifices and successes of our ancestors.” — Dr. Walter Williams (with thanks to Donna Johnson) Share on Facebook

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The Dumbed Down Country

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Perhaps We Are in Trance Now!

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The Importance of “Thinking Outside the Box”

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A Thought for the Day from George Carlin

“As a matter of principle, I never attend the first annual anything.” — George Carlin Share on Facebook

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Getting that Brain Involved in the Process: A Thought from Stephen Stills

“My goal is to get people to THINK!! God knows, we’ve felt enough already. After a while, it gets to be a little narcissistic.” — Stephen Stills Share on Facebook

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Do What’s Right: A Thought from Martin Luther King

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