Monthly Archives: March 2011

Unintended Consequences, the Teacher Edition

Regardless of intentions, when “benefits” harm more than they help, they lose the status of being “beneficial.” For example, have you ever given thought to QUOTAS?  I don’t mean production quotas, or sales quotas, I mean hiring quotas or admission … Continue reading

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In Over My Head

Oh, my goodness, I started writing a blog post on the Constitution. I quickly found that I will never be able to keep it to blog-post-length. This is in part because I seriously love the document itself, and partly because … Continue reading

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They Had a Shot

It is a rare thing for me to have an opinion on a sports-related topic. This topic, however, is much less sports-related and much more values-related. I am referring to the dismissal of Brandon Davies from the BYU Cougars for … Continue reading

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