The current passivity of Democrats in the Senate is instructive. Even though the vast majority of Americans support raising taxes on those making over a quarter of a million dollars a year Senate leaders are convinced they won’t lose their seats if they don’t respond to majority opinion, and they may be right. The majority [...]
Archive for May, 2011
Sometimes you just have to say it: There’s an elephant in our living room. This week’s film is about something we all know and love, or know and hate, or put up with, or enjoy, but we all accept as an inevitable part of the landscape.
Sometimes the things that make the difference on issues like education are so obvious that we just can’t see them. A little research and a couple of teenagers can be counted on to help us see the light.
This is the first short film in a series that deconstructs “the education problem” in the US by looking at it through the lens of culture. Yeah, I know, I know…whatever THAT means. Hey, just check it out—we might just be onto something here. You never know.