The Business Word, Inc. thebusinessword (atty) yahoo.com bwikeys.jpg
 
 
Follow RealDonJohnson on Twitter
Home
Weblog
   

Links to Colorado Politicians

Governor
John Hickenlooper
Greg Brophy
Scott Gessler
Matthew Hess
Mike Kopp
Tom Tancredo
Steve House
US Senate
Michael Bennet
Mark Udall
Owen Hill
US House
Diana DeGette (CD 1)
Jared Polis (CD 2)
Scot Tipton (CD 3)
Cory Gardner (CD 4)
Doug Lamborn (CD 5)
Mike Coffman (CD 6)
Ed Perlmutter (CD 7)
Andrew Romanoff
Attorney General
John W. Suthers
Secretary of State
Scott Gessler
Treasurer
Walker Stapleton
Courts
Colorado Supreme Court
Colorado Senate
Senate GOP
Senate Democrats
Colorado House
House GOP
House Democrats

Articles by Donald E. L. Johnson

About Us
 
 Syndicate
  RSS 1.0
RSS 2.0
Atom
 
[Valid RSS] [Valid Atom]
 

Education is key to a less violent, more healthy and prosperous America

Without more and better educated people we have:

1. Fewer marriages and more broken marriages.
2. More unemployed and hard core unemployed who blame the educated for their plights.
3. More violence, killing, crimes and imprisonments.
4. More obese, unhealthy and self-destructive people who don't understand doctors' orders nor comply with them.
5. More indiscriminate hate, blame shifting and uninformed and thoughtless voting.
6. Weaker and more biased educators who care little about the kids they teach and more about their days off, health care and pension benefits and salaries.
7. Weaker, more self-centered politicians who get away with lying and blame shifting because there aren't enough educated Americans to keep them honest.
8. The Moocher Nation.
 
We won't solve any of our social and cultural problems until we overthrow teachers unions and start graduating kids who can read, comprehend, write and deal with reality.
 
As long as school boards, state legislatures, Congress and the President ignore America's biggest problem, no other problems will be resolved. Education can be improved without spending more money. Indeed, less spending on education, especially at the federal level, would improve eductional outcomes and our standard of living in so many ways.
 
Posted by Donald E. L. Johnson on 12/30/2012 at 12:09 PM

EconomyEducation

comments powered by Disqus

<< Back to main