From Alan Weiss’s newsletter: There are many in the education profession concerned that these students are still not adequately prepared to enter college. I have a different concern. I don’t think a four-year degree (or the five and six years some students crawl through) will be de rigueur in the years ahead. I don’t think college should… Continue Reading →
Archives for December 2015
Shut up, Wesley.
I don’t have a lot of time to spend on playing computer games these days, but I still get in an hour or two occasionally when I can. Computer games have been a big part of my life, particularly in my 20s. I do not play console games, i.e. Xbox and Playstation stuff. While I… Continue Reading →
I swear I didn’t plan this, but when you travel as much as I do things like this occasionally happen. As I type this, I’m in Vegas with my daughter. A few days ago on the 15th, we were walking around outside and saw big CNN signs talking about a Republican presidential debate. I wondered… Continue Reading →
It’s gotten to the point where every time I talk to college students or recent college graduates, it’s like I’m speaking with someone from another planet. Being left-wing is one thing; I have many left-liberal friends and co-workers and that’s fine, but the things that come out of these college student’s mouths is beyond comprehension. The strength, eagerness, and conviction… Continue Reading →
Scandinavia, the Socialist Utopia™, has always been fun to watch. Finland has just unveiled plans to pay every citizen $1,100 per month in lieu of any welfare benefits. Specifically: The tax-free payments would replace all other benefit payments, and would be paid to all adults regardless of whether or not they receive any other income. The… Continue Reading →
Beyond all odds, The Donald is still kicking ass in the polls and is making a lot of my friends and readers very excited. He’s currently at 27% nationally, which is damn near double the next closest candidate (the very boring liar Ben Carson, who will not win). As an interesting turn of events, the… Continue Reading →