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August, 2009

  • 11 August

    001: The “Business” Plan

    NOTE: This is the second part of a re-recording of the original episode one. My apologies if it temporarily appears out of order in the podcast feed. Critical Thinking Question: Why would something that's so good for us, like public education... need to be imposed on us with the use of force ? And funded with the use of force ? Maybe something else is going on. Topic: The problem with the "business?" of public education. And it's a big one. (An evaluation of the logic and ethics of the American public education system) Bumper music: "Stitching Leggings" by Kate Nash www.myspace.com/katenashmusic Look Closer: "The Non-Aggression Axiom of Libertarianism" by Walter Block http://www.lewrockwell.com/block/block26.html "The Argument From Morality (Or, how we ...

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  • 5 August

    000: An Introduction to School Sucks Podcast

    Introduction: Explanation of the title, "School Sucks" and subtitle "The END of Public Education" Who I am, what I'm doing and why. This is not a show about public school reform, because that would suck nearly as much as school. Bumper music: "Troublemaker" by Weezer Look Closer: School Sucks Website Click Here Related Posts001: The "Business" PlanTags: education, public, music, closer, liberty, bumper, podcast, school, sucks, politics

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August, 2013

  • 13 August

    Christopher Walken Impression Tutorial

    (A/V CLUB) Behind the Scenes at 08-08-13 School Sucks Live with Paul Verge, Richard Grove and Brett Veinotte. Related PostsPre-Show 9-11-13Tags: live, club, a/v, brett, grove, richardFull Video - 239 (Live): Inferential Distance, Parallel Thinking, and 9/11Tags: club, a/v, live, grove, richard

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  • 8 August

    Bonus Show: 9/11, Information Holes, Obedience, and Empathy – With Richard Grove (Video)

    A live show from Tragedy and Hope studios with Richard Grove, recorded August 2nd, 2013. -How Richard and I came to know each other -9/11 Synchronicity, 9/11 truth and inconsistencies -The Warren Commission and Allen Dulles -Bertrand Russell -Emotional splinters, filling information holes -documentary-making and podcasting -police, obedience and empathy -intellectual self-defense at the movies -what's up with Adam Kokesh? Related PostsPre-Show 9-11-13Tags: live, a/v, grove, richardFull Video - 239 (Live): Inferential Distance, Parallel Thinking, and 9/11Tags: a/v, video, live, grove, richardBehind-the-Scenes of Production With Marc Stevens, Richard Grove and BrettTags: trivium, richard, grove, video, live, a/v

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  • 7 August

    After School Sucks Special 8-2-13

    Fielding questions from the chat... Related PostsPre-Show 7-26-12Tags: a/vHacky Sack 8-24-13Tags: a/vPre-Show 5-31-12Tags: a/vPre-Show 9-13-12Tags: a/vAfter School Sucks Special 8-29-13Tags: a/v, sucks, special, school

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CORE TOPIC

CORE TOPIC

CORE TOPIC

The realization that school sucks actually marks the beginning of a new and exciting educational journey.

Welcome to SchoolSucksProject.com. We strive to provide young people with the building blocks of intellectual, financial and lifestyle independence. This includes in-depth explorations into higher-level thinking, organization and productivity, emotional and physical health, habit and lifestyle optimization, history and philosophy, psychology, self-directed learning, entrepreneurship, and communication/negotiation strategies. It's all essential information, but almost none of it is taught in school. Our content is ideal for frustrated high school and college students, home-educating parents, and adults who are interested in independently furthering their education and achieving self-actualization.