Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The Problem With The Continuing Viability Of Education...

Like the problem with the continuing viability of care for the elderly, is that both represent the absurdity of continuing both processes as commodity based services; services conducted along the old mentality of the factory churning out a product. And worst of all, a product that must return a profit.

The truth of the matter now is that they need to be organic parts of the proper functioning of an community; where we all participate in not only helping others know what they need to know, in running their community, but also in taking care of those who need to be taken care of.


"Education is like John Gotti," Bryan Caplan writes in a new broadside against the US system. "Guilty as sin, but everyone’s petrified to testify against it."


Six months ago we discovered my grandmother had outlived her savings and could no longer afford to stay in her home.

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