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The Subdivided States Of America

mhorvath Wrote: Jan 18, 2015 9:46 AM
Following the example of the British Empire, which is now the source of most problems in the world.
You are exactly correct. I was and adjunct staff member in the 70's, anyone who walked through the door was accepted, you had to announce tests and even quizzes, at least one class in advance. The majority were incapable of writing a coherent sentence, which as per the dean was not a reasons for a failing grade. The quality of education has continued to deteriorate, and they now teach what used to be taught in vo-tech schools, and the only ones benefiting are the "educrats", and this will be a further boon, to the same "ëducrats"that continue to dumb down the system.
There is a desperate need to raze education and start anew, Instead of professors telling students what the problems are and hat the solutions are, there is a need to teach students how to think for themselves. We have destroyed education by lowering standards and teaching that there are no absolutes.
Just like the democrat elimination of the filibuster if the Republicans change that policy, they are iidiots.
We are not far behind Europe, where the authoritarian solution for this problem is euthanasia.
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Hacking Sony? It's Near Treason

mhorvath Wrote: Dec 16, 2014 9:22 AM
"... who argued in The New York Times on Monday that news organizations should not print stories about purloined internal Sony corporate documents -- ..." For what reason is the NYT believed at all, they are as hypocritical as those that they defend.
For what reason do you not return to the horse?
Can anyone explain the reason that we continue to support the social media, like Twitter and Facebook, who censor conservative principle(i,e 2nd Amendment), yet allow ISIS to use them to recruit follower?
The firstaction of the new congress should be to oust the leadership!!!
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