Tag Archives: Paul Ryan

Just when I’d begun to despair over America’s future generations….

Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) may be the House Speaker and third in line for the presidency, but that reportedly didn’t sway roughly 100 middle school students to take a photo with… Read more »

A teachable moment? Please….

The Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias wherein persons of low ability suffer from illusory superiority, by mistakenly assessing their ability as greater than their actual capability. The cognitive bias… Read more »

Why you’ll never hear “Freedom Caucus” and “compassion” used in the same sentence

On Monday afternoon, Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) was asked by CNN’s Jake Tapper about House Republicans’ resurrected health insurance bill that the Trump administration is currently trying to muscle through… Read more »

“Whatever happened to leadership by understanding and persuasion rather than coercion?”

Yes, Mr. President, use your 35% approval rating and mean tweets to intimidate the Democrats and conservatives representing most of America! https://t.co/MEH5BdrEMU — Evan McMullin (@Evan_McMullin) March 30, 2017 When… Read more »