It was fifty years ago when free love, peace and acid ruled the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco.
In that year artists, activists, writers, and musicians were all gathering with hopes of creating a new social paradigm. With as many… Continue reading
I waste water. I admit it, I love a nice long leisurely shower. And
based on what I learned while being a municipal public works
employee, it’s about one of the worst things I can do to
the environment. Saving water… Continue reading
How changing the way tests are given will lead to less stress, more learning and better schools.
“Most children speak and understand their mother tongue before the age of four without lessons, homework or much in the way of feedback.… Continue reading
“To properly understand political power and trace its origins, we must consider the state that all people are in naturally. That is a state of perfect freedom of acting and disposing of their own possessions and persons as they think fit within… Continue reading