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India ocean, short, simple, sweet
            The Indian Ocean has an unknown origin and is commonly believed that it was given its name in regards to its close proximity to India. This video explains ocean chemistry, ocean life, economic importance: http://youtu.be/TEn (More)
Thank goodness for Article IV, Section 4!
For a little fun, I asked my students to write fictitious stories about situations that could occur if we lived without the protection of Arti (More)
Money is power; Power is money
The old adage money is power is a timeless saying referring to the power that is associated with one\'s socioeconomic status.  However, some might (More)
Project Citizen @ NHS!
I am so very excited to announce that Noblesville High School will be hosting its very first Project Citizen Showcase this semester on May 14, 2014 at 6pm. Keep up to date on all things Project Citizen at NHS by following us on Twitter: #Proje (More)
essential.
essential. This is a familiar word, right?  You\'ve probably heard this word used numerous times in your lifetime, but have you ever really thought about what it means?  What makes something essential? A basic definition of essential is More)
Know Thyself (Nosce Te Ipsum)
13. What is your personal philosophy? A personal philosophy of mine is that everybody is (equally) smart. Many people tend to disagree with me or argue that this is not true, but no matter what they say, I still believe in this philosophy. Everyone (More)
\"And the Waitress is Practicing Politics...!\" Political Theories for the Masses.
After reviewing 50 different political theories in class through the use of in-class activities and games, one political theory I am intrigued by is Marxism. This political theory maintains that class conflict is a major driving force in history a (More)
Political Factions and the Role of Government
“Nothing is more certain than the indispensable necessity of government, and it is equally undeniable, that whenever and however it is instituted, the people must cede to it some of their natural rights in order to vest it with requisite powers.” (More)

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