Read this study article:
This tells me to speak to my children and encourage them as much as possible from a young age. The answer to more well-formed children and society is not necessarily more and newer school programs. It starts at home. I don’t agree with all the implications that some might draw from this article but the correlation between poor/bad (not necessarily income bracket) parenting and poor outcomes should speak for itself.
Read article: http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2015/07/15362/#st_refDomain=www.facebook.com&st_refQuery= Interesting perspective. Children have no say to whom they are born and it Is sad that today we see the desires of adults interfering with needs of children. Children deserve to be reared by their biological mother and father when possible. This is the ideal and laws should encourage it for the […]
I read a recent study called, “Unlocking the Full Potential of Women at Work”[i], which shows the disparity between women and men at the C-suite level (top executives e.g. CEO, COO, CIO etc…) in top Fortune 500 companies. This type of research, while well-intentioned, is generally misguided and plagued with Confirmation Bias. Confirmation Bias Definition: […]
I have had an ongoing conversation with a friend who describes himself as a Democrat. After talking about politics with him, we started to wonder exactly where his views and my views diverged regarding public policy and the role of government. Our conversations tend to go all over the place so I decided to type […]