Recent news has made it urgent to encourage and explain to the masses why free speech is a great freedom and right to have and express. The issue is a topic of high-priority because of what we have seen play out on our television screens as of late, from “protesting” (if it can really beContinue reading “Free Speech is Great, But We Should Encourage More Civil Discourse (from September 28, 2017 – for The Daily Nerv)”
(Photo via Mike Curley, Jr. (Twitter)) Schools should be places where the attainment of knowledge and the love for it is nurtured unto no end. Students should be seen as sponges that can soak up all that they hear and see within a classroom. Now, one must not be naive about the difficulty of any teacher’sContinue reading “New Jersey Teacher Blunder Causes Premature Protest”
Protesting should be more than the desire to grab attention and shake others up!
Next on Thinking It Through: I spend the entire episode discussing President-Elect Donald Trump’s election win over Clinton. Although this episode touches on things like decency, protests, and people’s feelings and reactions to the election, the main focus is on Donald Trump. 20:00 = Other issues with Clinton’s campaign which may have caused her theContinue reading “Episode 11 – All Things President-Elect Donald #Trump (and a Post by @MistyACallahan)”
Next up on Thinking It Through with Jerome Danner, I try to think through issues dealing with loving contact sports while knowing about the dangers of concussions, which can result in chronic traumatic encephalopathy (look up Dr. Bennet Omalu). Then, I touch on issues with civil discourse again: this time with some Yale University students andContinue reading “Episode 03 – Contact Sports, Some Yale University Students, and My Argument Against Abortion”