The Ivory Tower of Indoctrination In the first post in this series (see here) we talked about apathy. Instead of talking about trusting our leaders, that post oddly focused upon apathy. Why? What if what we call apathy has another cause? What if we have an education problem? Is it possible that instead of apathy... Continue Reading →
DIVIDED BY THOSE WHO WRITE HISTORY?
Someone once said that history is written by the victors. He probably was not the greatest of all victors, if only because his name has been utterly forgotten. -- Winston Churchill (from here) Who Is The Victor? What is a history book? For good or for ill, history is what someone wants us to believe... Continue Reading →
WHAT ARE THE SUPPOSED BENEFITS OF A SECULAR EDUCATION?
Striving For The Goal Ostensibly, as a fanatic, Right-Wing Christian, I wrote this post to deride the supposed benefits of a secular education. However, I doubt the wisdom of making fun of the beliefs of others. Moreover, I have observed that what we are for is much more important than what we are against, and... Continue Reading →