n +1: Gut-level Legislation, or, Redistribution →
… The second step is our task in this century. It is an active redistribution to help dissolve the two portions of society whose existence is antithetical to democracy and civilization, and which harm the members of each of these classes: the obscenely poor and the absurdly rich. Each group must be helped. That means not only ending poverty, but ending absurd wealth. Obscene poverty doesn’t...
apparently a nicole crowther will never work again
Wisconsin of the Mind
Make it five Republicans up for recall.
On Teaching and Teachering: Useful and Useless...
I wrote this almost a year ago. In my last post, I use the word “teachering”. I thought I’d repost a portion of the blog when I first used the word. From June 15, 2010: ***Judging from the bulk of lesson plans I see circulated and the general discourse about teaching (in Korea,) the less-experienced teachers seem to make the wrong decisions for what may seem like very...
Testing, Testing (Part Two)
This is a continuation of “Testing, Testing” posted last week, April 13. In that post, I wrote: I’m working on two posts that I’ll soon publish. Maybe I can complete them this evening. The first will explain the work I planned for my classes and illustrate the expectations I had looking ahead to the tests. The second post will illustrate the test and discuss the results, student...
dagSounds: Skinhead Reggae Anthems (rocksteady)
I’ll be selecter Saturday night in Seoul. Working on my set. Meantime, here’s some classic favorites. Glen Adams “My Girl” Hopeton Lewis “Boom Sacka Lacka” Tommy McCook & The Supersonics “Black Coffee” Winston Wright “Moonwalk”
‘Restrepo’ Director Is Killed While Working in... →
jesuisperdu: BENGHAZI, Libya — Tim Hetherington, the conflict photographer who was a director and producer of the film “Restrepo,” was killed in the besieged city of Misurata on Wednesday, and three photographers working beside him were wounded. The wounds to two of the photographers — Chris Hondros and Guy Martin — were severe, according to Andre Liohn, a colleague at thetriage center where...
The first lesson of economics is scarcity: there is never enough of anything to...– Thomas Sowell (via communismkills) And the latter is exactly what Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich Hayek did. Good point, Mr Sowell.
Taxed Enough Already
Apparently they are taxed enough already. to tax (verb) to lay a burden on; make serious demands on: to tax one’s resources. Tea Party Rallies Significantly Smaller. from Think Progress. – Albuquerque, NM: From “thousands” in 2010 to “dozens” in 2011. – Boston, MA: From “several thousand” in 2010 to 300 in 2011. While last year’s rally featured Sarah Palin, this year’s featured...
Wisconsin of the Mind
…that would be four recall petitions filed.