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Posted 1 year ago on July 19, 2013, 4:29 a.m. EST by anonymous ()
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[-] 1 points by forourfutures (393) 1 year ago

Education is vital for survival. America knows just enough to be dangerous. Free speech is the first form of education.

Just think, if we actually had it, we would already be unified in species survival.

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[-] 2 points by forourfutures (393) 1 year ago

Education is not insane. It begins in the home an then is shared freely IF species survival is a goal.

Inadequate outreach of speech cannot be termed "no" free speech, that's a huge generalization. For sustainability we need extra free speech:-)

[-] 1 points by TikiJ (-38) 1 year ago

Excellent post.

Society needs to realize that our highschools have become a joke. Free or not, theres no reason for the coddling that is going on.

Most of the first two years of college are nothing but rehashed highschool nonsense. Kids should be able to take the starter classes for any degree as a highschool senior (chemistry 101, management 101).

Really, most of the degrees we "require" are more about keeping them there for 4 years, filled with unneeded classes. I wasnt paying to be a "well rounded" - right, sitting in that classroom with a bunch of spoiled brats who dont want to be there was quite enlightening- I was paying to learn my trade.

With the exception of a few, most degrees can be learned in a year.

Funding one more year of schooling is not too much to ask the taxpayer. But it takes an entire restructuring and belief of what college is suppose to be about.

As far as public highschool and elementary schooling goes, there really needs to be a discussion of the padding grades.

Humans react well to being pushed.

Myself, i think the constant creation of younger and younger preschools is a bit creepy. Now they have them for 3 and 4 year olds. That seems odd to me, kind of more indoctrination or something.

[-] 1 points by Builder (4202) 1 year ago

Tyranny hates education.

You won't have any kind of free in America, until you remove the tyrants from the top of the tree.

[-] 1 points by TikiJ (-38) 1 year ago

It also hates competition, hence the books upon books of regulations at every level.

[-] -1 points by BlackRepublic (-33) from East Windsor, CT 1 year ago

It's not that we're not "self-made" because I think many have achieved some level of independence, but rather that we are a communal species wholly interdependent.

What we need is not just an education in freedom and law and rights as that which desire has articulated but an education in human desire on the paleo level and beyond.

Theoretical physics I believe is sorely lacking the new axiom. And the new axiom is pure anathema.

Deceit is the recognition that fiction is marketable; it pays a prejudicial dividend.

In reference to economic logic I believe it has too often been influenced by the marketeer who sells money disguised as quality, equality, and comfort.

One should reread the prosecution's above concluding argument, the final sentence, five times. At a minimum. And then ask yourself what it is you truly value, what on the level of human desire offers true fulfillment. And then splash it onto the canvas of life sustenance.