Thursday, March 14, 2013
This was a pretty good documentary.  It's called A Touch of Greatness after a phrase that the teacher, Albert Cullum, used with his students.  The documentary covers the career and the greatness of Rye, New York elementary school teacher Albert Cullum.  You might enjoy it.  His genius was that he taught Shakespeare with his elementary-school kids.  The IMDB on the documentary is here.  And here is one review on it, on him.  

1.  Gary North @ Specific Answers.
2.  John Taylor Gatto.
3.  Bob Wenzel @ Economic Policy Journal.
4.  Gary DeMar @ American Vision.
5.  Punyamurtula S. Kishore
Chalcedon Vice President Martin Selbrede discusses Dr. Punyamurtula Kishore's revolutionary approach to helping addicts recover and the impediments placed in his path by the medical/industrial complex of Massachusetts.  This podcast is a brief overview of the first of three articles that appeared on the Chalcedon site in early December 2013.
Homemade Life

Friday, October 19, 2012 
Richard Feynman on the difference between the word for the thing and what the thing is. 

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Sunday, August 26, 2012
16-year old Taylor Parker works and lives on a 170-acre farm in East Texas.  Through CollegePlus, he found a way to get his college degree for less than the standard price.  Listen to his story.  Follow his example.  

Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Your credibility and reputation are assets; these are worth untold amounts of money.  Don't trash it.  Don't compromise it.  Don't give it away and treat it as though it were worthless.