Category Archives: Education

  1. (Part 1) The Moral Case for Separating State and The Economy – What’s That About?


    January 13, 2015 by Anders Ingemarson

    Most Americans understand, explicitly or implicitly, why we have separation of state and church. We agree that faith is a …
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  2. Immigrants Too Have Inalienable Rights to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness


    July 22, 2014 by Anders Ingemarson

    Freedom and liberty loving Americans rightfully revere Thomas Jefferson’s immortal words “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all …
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  3. Obama In Pantheon of Most Successful U.S. Presidents?


    January 22, 2014 by Anders Ingemarson

    Since the botched launch of the healthcare initiative bearing his name, talk radio and TV, editorial pages and the blogosphere …
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  4. Fight Public Education Spending Proposals with Principles, not Pragmatism


    October 17, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    Here in Colorado, we’ll be voting this November on whether to increase state income taxes to pay even more for …
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  5. The Perpetual State of War in Government K-12 Education


    August 21, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    Have you paid attention to the latest uproar among parents in the preschool community over sex education for five year olds? …
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  6. REAL Immigration Reform – What My President Would Do


    August 6, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    Here we are some six months after the bipartisan immigration “reform” effort was introduced. As I said at the time, …
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  7. Beware of The Progressive in You


    July 9, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    Here’s a thought that has been forming in my head the last couple of months and that I’d like your feedback …
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  8. Douglas County Schools – The Seed of Abolition?


    March 5, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    Here in Colorado the Douglas County School District on the south side of Denver has tried to implement a modest …
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  9. Dare We Dream Of Immigration Reform?


    January 30, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    News out of Washington proclaims a bipartisan effort to reform immigration. I’m leery of anything labeled “bipartisan”; more often than …
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  10. Sweden—Welfare Statism Fact and Fiction


    December 12, 2012 by Anders Ingemarson

    I’m a native of Sweden. My accent normally gives me away. Think the Swedish Chef in The Muppet Show (although …
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