City Council, Government, Social Commentary, Tupelo Schools

Clear Problems No One Wants To Talk About

Over population created a shortage in resources and destroying the environment. Government printing money and the ponzie scam of government handouts including health care and social security can not live forever. Companies not willing to train people, removes many smart people from using their abilities.

Greed has covered the natural laws including evolution.  Leaders do not want to have a discussion about emotional issues and how they threaten survival.  Tupelo wants to promote tourism without understanding the results of low paid jobs crime, drugs and lack of  an educated population. You can not have a better environment when money and taxes are the motivation.

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  1. Here’s an excerpt from his letter:

    I never once believed — nor do I now — that the purpose of instruction was to lead my students to a particular conclusion. Rather, I sought to create the conditions for rigorous thought; to help them gain the tools to hunt and furrow for their own conclusions. This is why I became a teacher and why I love teaching.

    But brick by brick, the university has made this kind of intellectual exploration impossible. It has transformed a bastion of free inquiry into a Social Justice factory whose only inputs were race, gender, and victimhood and whose only outputs were grievance and division.

    Students at Portland State are not being taught to think. Rather, they are being trained to mimic the moral certainty of ideologues. Faculty and administrators have abdicated the university’s truth-seeking mission and instead drive intolerance of divergent beliefs and opinions. This has created a culture of offense where students are now afraid to speak openly and honestly.

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