Category Archives: Indiana Schools

DIVERSITY IN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Yesterday (4/15/16) I couldn’t help noticing in USA TODAY an article titled “Lack of black pitchers confounds baseball” by Bob Nightengale, one of our many ego-testacle  sports writers.  On the 69th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s braking into major league baseball   … Continue reading

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DIVERSITY IS FOR INVESTING NOT ENTERTAINING

Di-versity,  Diver-sity,  Diversi-ty,  DIVERSITY = RACISM No matter how you spell the word, it spells racism.  The academy bent over backwards on Sunday night to satisfy a minority group of people who can not be satisfied.  That was after the … Continue reading

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NEWS WITHOUT NEWS—-I WISH WE HAD “THE NEWS” BACK

  THE  INDIANAPOLIS  STAR For some time now I have wanted to write about what a “GREAT” news paper the Indianapolis Star is; well maybe not great but, “COOL”; no, not cool, but “UNIQUE”.  Yes, unique is it.  (to borrow an … Continue reading

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ALL ELSE HAS FAILED——BACK TO OLD WAYS

9/19/2011 FOR MANY YEARS NOW Indiana schools have had the same problems.  To much federal intervention;  too much state intervention;  lack of money;  and lack of parental interest and participation.  Not necessarily in that order. Instead of trying to “reform” our … Continue reading

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