Gen Z – Resetting The Alphabet – Becoming Policy Makers

Gen Z – Resetting The Alphabet – Becoming Policy Makers In this era of ‘Big Data’ and ‘The Cloud’ computational models, those that are the statistical gathers show that Generation Z political persuasion numbers are rocking the political establishments with puzzlement. What is going on with Generations Z? Who are they? Jason Dorsey from The…

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Why Learn About Policy Development?

Why Learn About Policy Development? In updating a seminar presentation regarding the reality that the Constitution as people believe it is; in fact, is not what is being utilized by Congress, the Judiciary and the bureaucracies of the Administration; the context of the Paris Accord strikes to the heart of why students must learn and…

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Thirteen Other Reasons Why Schools Are Creating a Lost Generation

This is a repost from FEE.org   This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except for material where copyright is reserved by a party other than FEE. Thirteen Other Reasons Why Schools Are Creating a Lost Generation Netflix’s recent announcement that it would be producing a second season of Thirteen…

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Rendering History: A Woman’s Point of View

The great influence of young women in the history of Revolution is most noted in the participation and works of Mercy Otis Warren. Mercy is hardly recognized in the 20th or 21st Centuries in any manner whatsoever yet she was significant in that from her youth through to the Constitutional period she was one of…

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Good Policy Parallels An Understanding of Patriotism

By Tom Niewulis, 27 April, 2017 What caught my attention recently were a Gallup survey actually released in July 1, 2016 and a subsequent article called “Millennials And Liberals Least Patriotic Groups In America.” The article by Guy Bentley does a very nice summary of the survey. What hit me solidly is that we are…

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