Nope. Can't afford it.
Thank you, Quazi!
1. Get a library card
2. Google information not opinion nor parsed information (opinion)
3. View historical data objectively and question what might be causal, even at the expense of what you might wish the answer to be; find the answers, do not coerce answer that fit prior misconceptions.
4. Feed your curiosity; less will seem curious for you.
5. Hold your city and county officials' feet to the fire, and know that your property taxes are being spent in ways that might actually better your community and better-educate young minds.
When I got my Masters degree I knew that more of the professors were liberals, socialists and so forth. I was taking courses more technical and less subject to nonsense. Even my honors military history courses were bereft of the America-haters.
I survived. I thrived.
Not everyone is so fortunate.
I spend my days with a great many people with engineering, physics and math degrees. Most of them are younger than me. A few are liberals. Okay. One is. All of the rest recognize that merit is a much better method to distribute the rewards of life than socialism is.
I think I've had it for the day ... you cons are simply too much work, and half the time one doesn't know where to begin because there are so many things wrong with your posts ... perhaps another time when I have more energy ... take care ...