Notes on Patience

I’ve never been a patient person. I just do not like waiting. I really couldn’t tell you why, and if you were to ask me, I’d probably tell you something silly and cliché like “I value my time” or “I don’t like being disrespected.” However, I’m beginning to realize that my impatience is deeper than … More Notes on Patience

Dear America

Dear America, It took me a while to write this because I am at a loss for words. I am angry. I am pissed off at you. This is just saying the least. Even though I am angry and pissed off, I am certainly not shocked. Why? Because I know you too well, that’s why. … More Dear America

The Kid Experiment

To fully grasp the social importance of the Modern School, we must understand first the school as it is being operated today, and secondly the idea underlying the modern educational movement[…] It is for the child what the prison is for the convict and the barracks for the soldier – a place where everything is … More The Kid Experiment

Letter to Malcolm

Dear Hon. Min. Malcolm, I want to start off by saying how much I admire you. We have never met each other before, that is true. In fact, I wasn’t even a thought in my father’s head when you were alive. You were murdered in 1965, and I was born in 1993, almost thirty years … More Letter to Malcolm