Criticism notwithstanding, behaviorism can be interpreted to supply a cautious optimism about changing one’s current state of affairs. But optimistic outlooks can be fickle.
There is trouble getting healthcare in America. 28 million lack coverage for healthcare and current pending legislation, that seems likely to pass (probably after some modifications) plans to add another 24 million to that. If you recognize this as a problem, the next step is to find a solution. Continue reading “Welcome to the Medical Machine”
It’s official. Continue reading “Epilogue to Obama”
Welcome to 2017. Continue reading “2017: Old Year’s Night & a Year of Absit Omen”
“One billion people [in the third world] have no access to toilets so they defecate out in the open. Three billion more have toilets, but their waste is dumped untreated, seeping into water and food supplies. About 800,000 children under age 5 die each year from diarrhea, pneumonia, and other common infections caused by unsafe water and sanitation.” – Bill Gates
So after all the debates, have the undecided voters figured it out yet? Continue reading “Σ Presidential Debates”