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Shining a Light

One of the things I find the most fascinating about attending the National Education Association’s Representative Assembly is how much knowledge the delegates gain while there that the average member “back home” doesn’t have, or even realize they are missing. … Continue reading

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The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Grow Old

Although I like to consider myself well-versed in budgetary and funding topics (well-versed for a lay person), there are definitely still some areas where I am learning the ins and outs. The Delaware estate tax is one of those areas, … Continue reading

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On “Thirteen Reasons Why”

Recently, Netflix began to air an original series called Thirteen Reasons Why, based on the novel/novella of the same name by author Jay Asher. Having read the book years ago, I pulled it back up on my Kindle iPhone app … Continue reading

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Yes I’m a Natural Blue

Donald Trump is my President. He is, incidentally, your President as well. It doesn’t actually matter what you think about that, because the fact is that Donald Trump was sworn in as the President of the United States of America … Continue reading

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Black. Lives. Matter.

Recently I came across the following epistle, and I thought I might give it the old “John Young red line” treatment. Subject: Fwd: Black lives Do Matter! sobering facts Well, I’m glad we agree on that! Black Lives Do Matter … Continue reading

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Breaking Down the Stats

Recently the following graphic came across my newsfeed: Without fact-checking this, although I easily could, I’m going to just work with what’s here, break down the assertions as they stand, and make a few statements about those assertions. I’m specifically … Continue reading

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A Believable Falsehood

My morning went quite well… For about 90 seconds. The first thing I did was check my messages for news on House Bill 399, the legislation that was inspired by the work of the DPAS II Advisory Sub-Committee. Upon seeing … Continue reading

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