Monthly Archives: March 2017

High school baseball coaches’ failure to coach fails teenagers

  This time of year I am constantly aggravated. I shouldn’t be because I love the start of pre-season baseball in anticipation for opening day.  But this is also the time of year when high school baseball starts in New … Continue reading

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An educated electorate is a politician’s worst nightmare

What makes an expert?  You’ll hear most people talk about the knowledge base one possesses on a certain topic constitutes the making of an expert.  In reality, I just need to know one more thing about a subject than you … Continue reading

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The fight for public education is about money and control; not the kids

Public education is headed for Armageddon.  At least that is what most of my teacher friends are posting on Facebook. The bane of their existence is HR 610, better known as the congressional bill to allow vouchers for Public Education.  … Continue reading

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The choices we make determines the fate we earn

The Devil did not make us do it.  We chose to succumb to temptation.  We made the choice. Everything in life is based on the choices we make.  Too many people rationalize their decisions and do not take responsibility for … Continue reading

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All you need is the opposing party in office to help change your opinion

Role reversal is fun until someone goes to jail. The Democrats were screaming and yelling about the illegal leaks courtesy of WikiLeaks during the campaign.  The Republicans felt the content was more important than the way it was obtained. Today, … Continue reading

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