Monthly Archives: June 2016

Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump on Jobs, Free Trade

I posted the following remarks regarding my impressions of the difference in the economic visions of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, this morning, on AJC columnist Jay Bookman’s blog in response to his entry.  Link: http://jaybookman.blog.myajc.com/2016/06/30/trumps-economic-vision-would-devastate-ga/ “How much this hypocrisy … Continue reading

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Brexit’s Future, as I see it, and the United States’ Choice in November

I predicted what will happen to Great Britain and possibly the U.S. as a result of Brexit, if the people of the United States do not vote wisely for the next President of the United States in November, 2016.  (I … Continue reading

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Brexit, Nationalism, and the 21st Century

Another Poster on Jay Bookman’s blog, June 22, 2016: “The campaign urging Britain to abandon the European Union appears eerily familiar to the US http://www.businessinsider.com/brexit-campaign-and-trump-2016-6  ———————————– Mary Elizabeth in response to that Poster’s words, above, and in response to the … Continue reading

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How Living in NYC as a Young Adult Made Me a Better Teacher

I posted the following comments on the “Get Schooled” blog, June 21, 2016: I was offered a scholarship in high school to be a teacher.  I had no intention of being a teacher at that time and turned it down. … Continue reading

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Morality, Higher Consciousness in Education

Please read the dialogue between other posters and myself regarding the following specific case in a high school in which the substitute teachers did not record grades for the students when the teacher was absent for an extended period of … Continue reading

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David Brooks on the soul and consciousness

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Outstanding Speech by Hillary Clinton, June 2, 2016

Here is Hillary Clinton’s giving her most impressive speech of this presidential campaign regarding foreign policy and the fact that presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump, simply “cannot do the job.”   Transcript of Hillary Clinton’s speech on July 2, 2016: … Continue reading

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