The Best Policy Ideas of the 2016 Presidential Candidate ~ Gordon Anderson Ph.D. (UTS’78)

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I have highlighted several policies of this year’s presidential candidates that would improve American society and the lives of most citizens. Since the Constitution was created, group interests and moneyed interests have largely wrested control of government from the citizens, leading to classism in which the extremely rich and extremely poor benefit from policies that have been promoted by the establishment which are destroying the self-sufficient middle class that a democracy requires for its existence.

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Why kids — now more than ever — need to learn philosophy. Yes, philosophy.

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“It’s easier to build strong children than to repair broken men,” as Frederick Douglass once said in a different context. In that spirit, then, it’s imperative that our kids become philosophers.

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Quote of the Week: Brown

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“When your emotions are high, common sense is low, so you’re more likely to spend $.”   Si Brown,   CMO & co-founder of augmented reality (AR) firm Skingz

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Virtue for the Week: Enthusiasm

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Enthusiasm is being filled with spirit. It means “God within”.

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The Reagan Revolution in the 1980 campaign ~ Dennis Jamison (UTS’78)

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President Reagan helped to pull America out of the grip of a terrible recession and generated a renewed respect for the United States in the world community. Yet, when one brings up his presidency today, Ronald Reagan still remains controversial.

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