- 12/08/2016A fantastic read:
"So why does the Times, like so many who rail against inequality, fall silent on the relation between poverty and single-parent families? To answer that question—and to continue the confrontation with facts that Americans still prefer not to mention in polite company—you have to go back exactly 40 years. That was when a resounding cry of outrage echoed throughout Washington and the civil rights movement in reaction to Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s Department of Labor report warning that the ghetto family was in disarray. Entitled “The Negro Family: The Case for National Action,” the prophetic report prompted civil rights leaders, academics, politicians, and pundits to make a momentous—and, as time has shown, tragically wrong—decision about how to frame the national discussion about poverty."The Black Family: 40 Years of Lieswww.city-journal.org Rejecting the Moynihan report caused untold, needless...
- 11/08/2016Are you self-actualized? @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood
11) Self-actualized people resist enculturation.
They do not allow themselves to be passively molded by culture — they deliberate and make their own decisions, selecting what they see as good, and rejecting what they see as bad. They neither accept all, like a sheep, nor reject all, like the average rebel. Self-actualized people:Maslow: The 12 Characteristics of a Self-Actualized Personwww.huffingtonpost.com
- Producer10/08/2016The Truth Shall Live AgainThe bees in this hive shall be free of agenda and bias to the extent that they can. They shall use this space to share data, employ reason and logic, and challenge others in order to arrive at the most objective form of the truth. The goal is to...
Truth Seekers~ 100 buzzes
The bees in this hive shall be free of agenda and bias to the extent that they can. They shall use this space to share data, employ reason and logic, and challenge others in order to arrive at the most objective form of the truth. The goal is to solve problems, drive progress, and confront those who wish to stall or hinder the progress that humans have achieved throughout the course of time.