"And right wing "cultists" seem to not understand mathematics. Economists that know a hell of a lot more about this than you or I are saying this is a bad idea. Hell, even usually ridiculously conservative papers and supporters have started…"
"I understand that many on the right are saying we need to enact cuts in order to bring down our national debt and they seem to be using the threat of the debt ceiling as leverage to that effect (not to mention the grudge about the affordable care…"
"While I do agree the US needs to reign in spending, refusing to raise the debt ceiling is not the way to do it. Namely because all the things we are spending said money on will still be "on the books". Locking the debt ceiling wont…"
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"Vince, I asked about outside responsibilities because I wanted to know the constraints on your schedule. Since you have no constraints, I recommend setting a study schedule similar to your work schedule once you pass your exams. It is…"
"I'm confused because OP writes like he isn't actually in school. He's focusing on tests with no mention of teachers or classes. I know sometimes in European systems, you complete your coursework, and then sit for comps or…"
"Boxing or jujitsu may not be such a bad idea. Students are taught self control aside from just defense and attacking methods. Your son would learn in a well disciplined manner, when it is okay to fight back or not. Secondly, he would learn…"
"I was wondering about the thousand page exam. The Texas Bar Exam was maybe a hundred or two pages at most. And took three days to finish. It covered thousands-upon-thousands of pages of content, though ... so maybe that's what…"