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Providing Cultural Leadership Via the Viral Loop

August 7, 2017 0 Comments
Providing Cultural Leadership Via the Viral Loop

In a previous post, I discussed how a tech savvy millennial generation led by liberal progressives is dominating the “viral loop”.  The question is:  How do we on the conservative side compete when they seem to be so entrenched in the media culture? This is a question with which I’ve been wrestling for several years, […]

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When Students Create Videos to Explain Economics

November 16, 2014 0 Comments
When Students Create Videos to Explain Economics

I teach several introductory economics classes. Over the years, I’ve seen economics courses morph into “drill and kill” computerized online testing gauntlets driven by technology laden textbooks. Aided by the introduction of online e-books that present problem after problem and endless multiple choice questions, many econ courses are transformed into classes students dread rather than […]

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The Clash of Cultures and the Gray Champion

November 12, 2014 0 Comments
The Clash of Cultures and the Gray Champion

The July-August 2010 issue of the American Spectator had an article that caught caught fire among conservatives, especially Rush Limbaugh.  In this issue, there’s an article titled  “America’s Ruling Class and the Perils of Revolution” by Angelo Codevilla.  In that article, Codevilla talked about two groups of people.  One is the “Ruling Class,” those people who have graduated from […]

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