Author Archives: Natasha Sapp

The Facts and Myths Of Early Childhood Education And What They Mean For America’s Education Future And Needed Goals

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

Yes we understand the benefits of early learning can last all the way into 8th grade, can help those in impoverished areas build a foundation that lifts them out of that poverty later in life, and yes we understand every other developed nation does it at little or no cost to parents sans detrimental waiting lists and exorbitant fees. But at what cost to other aspects of a child’s life, national social structures that could easily be turned against the populous; at least if America tries too hard to imitate the rest of the world.

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Neck in Neck Race With China For 5 G: How About We Make Sure Whatever G We Have 1, 2, 3, 4…10 It Works And Works Completely For Those Who Need To, Want To Use It

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

Absolutely make sure Huawei, ZTE isn’t a national security threat to us or more importantly developing nations with lesser, earlier generation technology, but after that we have bigger problems/barriers to wireless, internet, technology in general both brewing and worsening for decades. Read More

America’s 21st Century Dark Ages: Abortion, Women’s Choices And The Old, White Men Who Still Feel Entitled To Control Female Bodies

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11, 12 year old rape victims, incest survivors shouldn’t have to carry their attacker/abuser’s baby and they certainly shouldn’t have to, to appease the extreme religious ideology of the minority lawmakers in sparsely populated, rural states. Read More

He Touched My Shoulder, Kissed My Head: Everyone Has Encountered The Joe Biden Problem

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From #metoo to the straight arms club, recent revelations leave serious questions about how to navigate care and affection in both the consent and the Trump era, as well as the consequences of telling the platonically physically affectionate (the huggers) among us not to be. Read More

German Vs. American Parenting: The Crux America’s Perceived ‘Failing’ Isn’t About Suffocating Self Reliance It’s About Ensuring Safety

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

And when we say safety we don’t mean from skinned knees, scarped elbows, natural mild consequences of acting up at school, forgetting to do the laundry or let the puppy out, failing grades or non-life threatening common life experiences. We mean safety as much from the perverts, freaks, psychos, mass shooters, deranged killers, those specifically bent on hurting children as the once labeled ‘freak accidents’ that were, in retrospect to our own upbringings, the product of mild neglect and lax safety protocols now insisted upon because of repeated serious injury, death to children.

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No Most People Don’t Think French Fries Or Pizza Sauce Is A Vegetable Nor Is ‘Mountain Dew Mouth’ The Root Of Our Nation’s Dental Decay

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

Proving miseducation is not confined to stereotypical regions of the United States and isn’t limited to specific hot button issues vaccinations, abortion, politics of climate change, religion but health too, to the detriment of everyone globally. Read More

Student On Teacher Violence We Are Attacking The Wrong Group: Yes The Students Are Wrong But What Does That Make The Teachers Doing The Same?

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Talk about a raging case of toxic masculinity, thinking the only way, the best way to discipline or manage children is to be violent with them; never truly examined, so called grown-up problem solving involves some level of violence against people younger, weaker and less able to defend themselves regardless of age. Relatedly, surprise, surprise the people who need lessons on adulting are older adults.

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The American Citizen Is Back And Unfortunately I Was Right

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Sadly it only took 3 months for that reality to come to pass to the detriment of the victims. Read More

Why Samantha Bee Deserves To Keep Her Job And Roseanne Barr Does Not: Hint It’s The Same Reason The Problem With The Whitehouse Correspondents’ Dinner Wasn’t It’s Very Existence.

Current Trends by Natasha Sapp

Oh and Megyn Kelly shouldn’t have been fired for her comments on blackface less because of their acceptability and more because the premise of the conversation was absurd; who cares what a reality star decided to wear as a Halloween costume, or that a white woman decided to be Diana Ross for Halloween, Kelly was right about one thing, who doesn’t love Diana Ross? Read More

No Democrats Don’t Need A Better Slogan They Need A Better Electorate

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Voters, citizens who can walk and chew gum at the same time; who can keep one eye on domestic issues, their local economy, state of their roads, their healthcare, education and one eye on the …Read More