At his next to last State of the Union Address this past January 20,1915, President Obama expressed his desire to make the first two years of community college “free to every high school graduate in America”, he then proceeded to proclaim that early childhood day care might be free as well. After that, he stated that as long as a junior high school student maintained a 2.5 grade point average during these first two years of community college, they would somehow be eligible for some sort of decreased future college funding.
As those who follow my blog on a regular basis know of my capacity to weave multiple issues into the story line of any given essay, my use of the word “tribes” to define the people who live in the communities that surround our collective national body of community colleges is quite intentional, particularly where the discussion of building a truly mixed energy based 21st century industrial economy is concerned.
As they have, they have as well developed an environmental and industrial mixed energy use and management consciousness quite specifically adaptable to the natural ebb and flow of climatic conditions associated with that region as well as the energy resources capable of being re-harnessed economically and educationally within that region. Having said this, truly understanding the industrial dynamics defined within this regional approach to America’s entire mixed energy discussion is then crucial to understanding the very funding of the community college that serves as an industrial/educational anchor to that regions mixed energy economic growth policy.
When one really takes the time to ponder this, it becomes rather obvious that the possibility of an entirely new blueprint for re-regulating our public utilities while in the same breath re-engineering the funding mechanism for our community colleges is quite doable. So again, as what I am suggesting is the need to simply scrap many of the social programs that have for several decades grown increasingly dysfunctional in both structure and effectiveness (not to mention our nation’s capacity to continue to fund them), directly around the mixed energy industrial corner we are all arguing over is in fact a rather simple solution to this multi-faceted socioeconomic and overall industrial problem.
Whereas what I am stating here is nothing knew, the point I am making is that forty years later, the same nothing new mentality still exists in building code enforcement offices located in every city or town or small village nationwide today. With building code enforcement still more or less being left up to a local municipality to define, the clannish nature of so many American communities is clearly being defined by the overall lack of knowledge coming out of these communities on one hand, but much more, the lack new knowledge not getting into these communities on a decidedly much more negative level on the other.
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