Interested to see how not only did Hamilton gain a vote, but also how Jefferson lost one.
Dave Megan said:
Merging of companies is always better when they have a better goal. It will give better service for the public.
Ed Rector said:
The 'quickened pace of production' of the early Reagan years was directly attributable to RR's massive deficit spending.
The national debt almost tripled under the watch of St. Ronnie. BO will have to work overtime to even approach this record of accomplishment.
The last two paragraphs comport perfectly with what Paul Tough describes in a book you posted on a few months ago, "How Children Succeed." Tough advocates that a stable, loving relationship between kids and their parents, especially in the first few years of life, produces self-assured and less anxious adults due to brain formation or chemical reactions that take place in a baby's brain (simplified summary).
As always, appreciate the posts, especially the Paul Tough book.
Rev. Pfloyd said:
Hans' "The Best Stats You've Ever Seen" Ted Talk is my favorite Ted Talk ever, which is a pretty big statement when you share company with talks like Sir Ken Robinson's education talk and Steven Pinker's Human Nature and the Blank Slate" talk.
Rev. Pfloyd said:
Voting with your feet. And of course now people are fleeing France to move across the water to England for the same reason.
It's truly a global world; soaking the rich really isn't an option anymore.
The media tends to be a willing participant in fanning the flames of racism. Check CNN or the Drudge Report. Every day there is at least one racially charged story. Every day. It has become a tool for news outlets to get clicks but ultimately is a disservice to pretty much everyone.
This is very dangerous and this doctor is acting completely irresponsibly. Are these students supposed to take Adderall for their entire lives or just until they pass American History class?
Why not prescribe steroids for under performing children in sports?