Monthly Archives: June 2015

Thoughts on the cold war interpretation of the U.S. Constitution: distortion “in the name of the Constitution”

I tend to believe that the cold war created a unique interpretation of the U.S. Constitution.  It is a very unique interpretation, one that, in my opinion, has become erroneous and false. In fact, I feel that the cold war distorted the U.S. Constitution.  Not only … Continue reading

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Thoughts on two types of learning and the molding of a person

Here’s a thought I had: “LEARNING” IN GENERAL To me, “learning” is a tendency  and ability to ‘change’ in such a way that it makes it so that a person is more: Adaptable. Aware. More “in tune” with their life and … Continue reading

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