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#politicalhumor social media for america Consider Congress for the perfect example

Maximilien Robespierre. What he said. Here is the reason a centralized, public education system will NEVER be trustworthy as the primary source of knowledge, learning or wisdom. Only privately-funded diversity in information sources empower the process of gathering in, sifting through and selection of the best ideas. Throwing money at a public education system is the height of ignorance...regardless of whether or not you still claim a political party. I don't.

Maximilien Robespierre. What he said. Here is the reason a centralized, public education system will NEVER be trustworthy as the primary source of knowledge, learning or wisdom. Only privately-funded diversity in information sources empower the process of gathering in, sifting through and selection of the best ideas. Throwing money at a public education system is the height of ignorance...regardless of whether or not you still claim a political party. I don't.

❥ Grip of Reality_"You are free to choose, but you are not free from the consequence of your choice."

❥ Grip of Reality_"You are free to choose, but you are not free from the consequence of your choice."

Who are you holding responsible for the Sandy Hook shooting...Adam Lanza or law abiding gun owners?

Who are you holding responsible for the Sandy Hook shooting...Adam Lanza or law abiding gun owners?

Today at age 95, Nelson Mandela passed away. He was imprisoned for 27 years of a lifetime sentence before his release which was granted in 1990, then was the first black South African elected President of South Africa. He declined a second term and focused on his charitable work combating poverty and HIV/AIDS through the Nelson Mandela Foundation. He was often described as the "father of the nation" and definitely had a huge impact on S. Africa and the rest of the world.

Today at age 95, Nelson Mandela passed away. He was imprisoned for 27 years of a lifetime sentence before his release which was granted in 1990, then was the first black South African elected President of South Africa. He declined a second term and focused on his charitable work combating poverty and HIV/AIDS through the Nelson Mandela Foundation. He was often described as the "father of the nation" and definitely had a huge impact on S. Africa and the rest of the world.

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