Opinions

The Great Balancing Act

We all have our own crazy lives. For many people like me, we recycle the never ending list of tasks starting from waking up, going to school, running to sports practice, going

The Hollow Promise of Socialism

In 1989, the concrete barrier that ideologically and physically divided Berlin, and thus Germany, finally collapsed as part of a wave of anti-tyrannical sentiment across Eastern Europe. The communist sectarianism established in

History is Meaningful

As curriculum coordinator for middle school social studies, I am having a hard time with Mr. Keller’s op-ed about history education in The Jet Jotter on 01/28/20.  As a parent of one

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