Monthly Archives: August 2013
I skim the on-line version of the Daily Mail every day. Serious news stories inter-laced with National Enquirer type pieces. It’s much more lively than any American paper and they have a U.S. homepage. But a great deal of the … Continue reading
You can squeeze more out of these one article by Thomas Sowell than you can with fifty “pop” books about education.
The Telegraph has the following story today which I quote below. The story begins when a Mr. Argarkov a received a standard application for a credit card from a bank called Tinkoff Credit Systems and – … he didn’t throw the contract away … Continue reading
Listening to my third grade granddaughter lecture me about the wonders of the metric system reminded me that there are still any number of primary school educators out there trying to teach American children that the best way of solving … Continue reading
Quote-Of-The-Day from Thomas Sowell “It is hard to read a newspaper, or watch a television newscast, without encountering someone who has come up with a new “solution” to society’s “problems.” Sometimes it seems as if there are more solutions than … Continue reading