Monthly Archives: October 2015

Wading for Dmitri

This is a response to Dmitri Melhorn’s post via Jersey Jazzman 1) Using evidence collected by organizations that have potential conflict of interest is problematic. This entire argument hinges on data collected by sources that are not considered impartial. 2) … Continue reading

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Social Justice Slacking

Yesterday, I read a tweet from someone who had just signed and invited others to sign to pledge to believe that all students can learn.  It got me thinking about social media activism: what it is… what it isn’t. Tweeting, … Continue reading

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Arne

Even though his policies were thumbs up to privatization. Even though he supported the use of hypothetical standards as if they were actual.  Even though his practice of blackmailing states through their coffers is a continuing hazard to democracy. Even … Continue reading

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