Whereas Democrat policy appeals to the least fit and lowest common denominator, there’s more to the makeup of their party than just the super low IQ and low information handout voters that make up the fattest section of their party’s curve. These include the unwashed hoards they invite to build up their numbers which, by their open borders policies are most attractive to those who can neither read nor write in their own language.
February 16, 2021 Updated February 23, 2021 WarOnPress
One might think that a career development website might be a reluctant player in the wars being waged against conservatives on the lefty playground pages like Twitter and Facebook. The take down of Alex Jone’s resume was but a preview of what’s to come, and they’re already coming for you.
While the most recent of a new tradition of yearly wildfires rages beyond any measure of control, the least reputable of politicians vacillate between the two lies of “climate change” and “whipped power lines.”
February 11, 2021 Updated February 15, 2021 WarOnPress
Tessica Brown brings the “permanent” to “perm” with a revolutionary experiment in haircare. As an apparent social media influencer, there’s yet no word on how many followers she may have inspired to put the “lock” in their own “dreads. ” She has, after realizing the product works a little too well and as advertised, sought out counsel to pursue a possible law suit against the glue making giant.
While many on the left are celebrating the return to “normalcy” of a dog owning First Family, there’s an underlying irony lost on much of the general public that might focus more on symbols than substance.
History and current events both offer constant reminders of the wild cruelty that falls on the heels of our beloved family pets, and how the luxury of having sufficient excess to keep these majestic and loyal creatures happy, healthy, with full bellies, and generally safe.
Thanks to school by Zoom, parents are often treated to samples of what’s happening in their child’s classroom. Whereas I would expect a fair amount of leftward bias and propagandizing, today I noticed some odd business that inspired me to write the following letter to a teacher which I may or may not send.
Dear Mrs. Teacher,
I realize that curriculum isn’t prepared by individual teachers, but it’s my hope that the discussion of “feedback vs. criticism” could be given a fresh look.
In a lesson given to my child, “feedback” and “criticism” are being taught as alternatives. The students are being instructive to see “feedback” as a replacement word for what was previously taught as “constructive criticism.” Assuming we want our children to understand language, the definition of words, and some logical thinking, this misses the mark.
Treating “feedback” and “criticism” as mutually exclusive forms of communication is simply incorrect. Whereas “feedback” can be used as a softer word for “criticism” of any form, and might “imply” that it’s delivered in a friendly and encouraging manner, “feedback” is a superset and criticism comes in different forms, ranging from constructive, neutral and destructive, and these are all forms of “Feedback.”
Furthermore, contrary to what’s implied in the California curriculum instruction, “feedback” can include raw praise which isn’t synonymous with “constructive criticism” nor any other sort. For example, “I really love the way you draw!” is a form of feedback, that is a subset called “praise,” and thus mutually exclusive from the other variety of feedback we’d count as criticism.
The way this is being taught is clearly devised to cause students to reconsider how they present critique to others, which is nice. But it suggests that the person offering feedback, (in one of its many forms,) has all the power, and responsibility.*