Excellent Graduate Teacher, part II

It is in every professor’s interest to publish in every good journal. Isn’t the University designed to create maximum efficiency regarding this matter? Well, it is; if, you make it part of the system… The following I learned from an excellent professor in graduate school. In the class site (e.g. Blackboard, Wiki), upload the current rankings…

Do You Have Republican, Liberal or Authoritarian Healthcare?

The interlude: American medical doctors that cheat Medicare or Medicaid steal from the American people. So they are prosecuted. But in a liberal society, the private sector might wholly manage healthcare. And if doctors cheat the private insurance companies–who will prosecute? In this liberal society; private insurance companies need the government to secure many rules and regulations, so…

Poli-Sci “Parties” Poetry Book

This book is designed to be useful for (1) party professors, (2) party entrepreneurs, (3) political candidates and office holders, and (4) graduate political science students. Finally, avid readers and academics should see this short book as a decent exposure to Parties according to political science–as an introduction. [working] Title: Learn Political Science via Poetry; Parties.…

2012 Unitary Executive: Presidential Power and Agency

This post is a response for Essay 3, Fall 2012, my PS 1010 students. For outsiders, this post is teaching mechanism to supplement lectures. Expected Niche Market: culture / thought and presidency researchers. Student Essay 3: Presidential Power and Agency Article for Class: by Jeremy D. Bailey. The New Unitary Executive and Democratic Theory: The Problem of…

“Right to Work” Wins on Two Counts

The Epigram: No one read a philosopher ‘at didn’t know God,       All explained much of the external; what we are: beings;          Think Einstein or better yet Spinoza–truly God’s “working.” Go figure: Society is movement and trajectory,             Knowledge is by essence that illumination;      The people are more and more educated, decade by decade, look and…

Lockean Liberalism—Our National Creed?

Align Left: Professor                             Center: Student                                   Right: Gadfly As a Gadfly, I prefer noumenon. And ‘tis much enhanced, In this little classroom. My co-pilot is a student, A first year independent, So science will go a long way, In sharpening his perception. And though I most like a sunset; Listening to the…