You don’t need a degree to know how to do a job. A piece of paper doesn’t actually hand you the skills. Let’s look at extended education for what it’s really supposed to be: a chance to focus on learning the skills and knowledge as it pertains to a specific career or industry. You don’t… Continue reading A Case Against Going to College and A Case for Mentorship
Whether through following the actions in Washington D.C., reading the newspapers, or simply visiting Facebook and reading the panic and anger amidst your feed, you’ve probably heard about the ObamaCare repeal that’s been pushed forward. It hasn’t passed to replace anything yet, but it has moved past the first vote and approval system in the… Continue reading A Comment on Government Health Care & Competency
It turns out that, in standard occupations across the globe, if an employee doesn’t do their job, they are relieved of that duty. It’s standard in the United States that when hired, new employees receive a note with a list of duties and they are required to sign the note promising they will do the… Continue reading BREAKING: Revolutionary Idea Could Change the Face of Government!
Science Fiction authors have been writing about dystopian societies for years. Some have said authors such as George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, and Kurt Vonnegut predicted the future in their short stories and novels. They wrote most often about society, making observations around them and working these observations into the worst case scenarios they observed could… Continue reading How To Create a Dystopian Society