Monthly Archives: December 2014

on the Christmas Story

“There once was a king who loved a humble maiden. This king was of uncommon royal lineage. He was a king above kings, with power and might to make all others humble before him. Statesmen trembled at his pronouncements. None … Continue reading

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on Suckers

So it looks like taxpayers, and our Constitutional Republic, got suckered again. In the interest of solving a crisis that they caused, Congress passed at the last minute a nearly 1,800 page, trillion dollar omnibus bill, cobbled together in the … Continue reading

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on the SBAC

Iowa may be ditching the Iowa Assessment. Since our state has implemented the Common Core, the Iowa Assessment (formerly the Iowa Test of Basic Skills) in its current form can no longer be used. Therefore, a task force was put … Continue reading

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on Lynching

Lynching: transitive verb: to put to death (as by hanging) by mob action without legal sanction ~ from the online Merriam-Webster dictionary As I watched the events unfold in Ferguson this past week, I could not help but wonder if those … Continue reading

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