July 21st Meeting # 420
On Obtaining Self Improvement through
Individual Personality Inventory
Dr. Chris Boldt, Math Professor Emeritus, will discuss how a fifty-one point individual personality profile is the quickest and most thorough method of determining whether or not, and to what degree, an individual self-image matches that of family, friends, and the rest of society. He will provide copies for each attendee to partake in their own inventory. Chris argues and contends that everyone who does this will discover areas in which they can improve, but not have considered. He concludes that in any case we will all be better off for attending.
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Sustaining the Academic Tradition of "One Fool at a Time"
Solicitation for Speakers
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To Disquiet the Minds of the People
Celebrating Meeting # 3,333 on July 11th.
Established Feb. 28, 2009
Weekly Free Speech Forum
College of Complexes
The Playground for People Who Think
Statement on Free Speech
Our constitution and laws encourage the freest possible exchange of opinions, ideas, and information. In part, that recognizes our worth and dignity as human beings. To forbid us to speak our minds demeans us and makes us more like slaves or robots than citizens of a free country. But as important as freedom of expression is for us as individuals, it is perhaps more important to society at large.
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2. Questions and Answers
3. Remarks and Rebuttals
(5 minutes each / infamous)
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September 15th Meeting # 428
Ethical Issues in Genetic Medicine
Fred Grinnell, Ph.D., Robert McLemore Professor of Medical Science, Department of Cell Biology, Ethics in Science and Medicine Program, UT Southwestern, will discuss how genetics changes the practice of medicine; the challenge of genetics to human research ethics, especially involving embryos; and the historical context of eugenics. He will argue and conclude that in the larger scheme of predictive genetic medicine, we are not our genes!
August 4th Meeting # 422
Kenneth Everett Math Revolution
(No Pencil No Paper No Calculator)
Kenneth Everett, 30 Year Master Educator, Motivational Speaker, and founder of the Kenneth Everett Math Revolution (No Pencil No Paper No Calculator), will discuss how an individuals' past math knowledge will affect his or her present math success and have a lasting effect on his or her future. He will show how parents and grandparents can make a difference in the future of any child. Kenneth will also talk about what it takes to get an individual ready for any State mandatory math test and how anyone can start teaching Algebra concepts to any child as early as five years old (No Pencil, No Paper, No Calculator). He will talk about the Kenneth Everett Math Revolution (No Pencil No Paper No Calculator) classes that will help parents and grandparents introduce algebra to their young one's by starting from a point. Kenneth argues and concludes that we must get involved with our children's education today, as tomorrow is their future, and it starts today. See also www.nopencilnopaper.com
July 28th Meeting # 421
"Russia-Gate” Especially as it Relates to
Militarism and US/Russia Relations
Sylvia Demarest, retired trial attorney and researcher extraordinaire, who has focused on US/Russia geopolitical situations and is very well versed on the Russia-gate debacle as it relates to the media. will examine and discuss this issue from a different perspective, placing events in a larger context and longer timeframe, including whether or not the motivation behind the launching of Russia-gate contained the goal of discouraging any future political candidates from expressing the need to improve US Russia relations. Sylvia argues that she has been studying the history of US Russia relations, including the issues surrounding Russia-gate for some time, and this process is still unfolding---including big news today. She further argues that Russo-phobia is a real issue in media landscape of the US today for many reasons---especially the economic reach of US militarism, which Sylvia will also discuss. Her goal is to help us better understand some genuine issues in the real world we face.
August 18th Meeting #424
On Election Fraud by Republicans
Curtis Muldrow, Graduate Dallas Theological Seminary, TH.M, Ret LTC U.S. Army, Veteran 25 years active duty service, Veteran IRAQI Freedom, will discuss Election Fraud on the part of Republicans. He will argue that it is far more prevalent than a widespread voting fraud myth. Curtis will review some of the voter ID laws passed by Republicans in battleground states; and will analyze the recent trial of Kansas Republican Secretary of State, Kris Koback, who was the architect of throwing legitimate voters off rolls two days before elections as a way of suppressing black and other minority voters. He will conclude offering suggestions as to what can and should be done.