Economics Class

Indoctrination, The Government’s Education

When we hear of schools being supported by government taxes we accept it as normal. Almost every country has these tax-supported schools which are supposed to benefit the public. But if we hear of tax-supported churches we are amazed and wonder what new absurdity this is. One would think that the government should not take tax money from… Continue reading Indoctrination, The Government’s Education

Western Civilization Class

The Revocation Of The Edict Of Nantes

When King Louis XIV Of France revoked the Edict of Nantes on October 22, 1685 the devastation and turmoil that followed was extremely tragic. Because Louis XIV believed that there were hardly any more Huguenots, having either left the country or converted to Catholicism, he saw no reason to keep the Edict of Nantes in effect. He therefore revoked the few religious liberties the… Continue reading The Revocation Of The Edict Of Nantes

English Class: Western Literature

What’s Done Is Done, It Cannot Be Undone

In the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare Lady Macbeth says ‘What’s done is done’ and at another time she mentions ‘What’s done cannot be undone.’ This is a true statement. We cannot change the past, it is forever lost to us. What’s done is done, it cannot be undone. For example, if one had spilled milk and it drained into the ground could… Continue reading What’s Done Is Done, It Cannot Be Undone

Business Class

Saving 10%

In order for someone to save 10% of their income they would need to restrain themselves from buying certain items. Obviously one should not cut important expenditures. But since 10% of one’s income is usually not a large sum, it could easily be put away and saved. One reason people don’t save at least 10% of their income is because it is… Continue reading Saving 10%