Monthly Archives: November 2012

Watch Learn Explore EPIC2020.ORG and Save Thousands in Education Costs

Watch two videos at EPIC2020.org. The video EPIC2020 predicted by 2020 tuition for higher education would be eliminated and degrees would be replaced by competency badges because of a revolution in K12 and higher education by MOOCs, Massive Open Online … Continue reading

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Consumer Debt is increasing. That’s the bad news

Bill Conerly reported in Banner Bank’s Businomics Newsletter that consumer credit has been increasing for more than a year only because people are increasing federal student loans. Student debt is already close to a trillion dollars, a long term drag … Continue reading

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Why Values Should Unify US As We Go Forward

Most of my friends seem depressed and surprised by Obama’s victory.  “After election day I woke up thinking last night was a nightmare that’d go away,” one said. My friends don’t understand the unifying values most voters believe. For your … Continue reading

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From My View Campaign Donors Could Save Themselves Money

The people who donated $2 billion to persuade me to vote for their presidential candidate in 2012 could save a lot of money based on my most memorable images. For the record, my images came primarily from morning TV programs … Continue reading

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Are the Barrage of Arguments Against the Same-Sex Marriage Proposal Valid?

I waited to comment on Measure 74 that allows same-sex couples to marry in order to see late publicity by national opposition. Joseph Backholm, Chairman of Preserve Marriage of Washington and the Family Policy Institute of Washington, summarized the orchestrated … Continue reading

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