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Getting through the depression stage is tough.

By Brittany Yurkovitch on 2/18/2014   Teaching seniors in high school is interesting. As they ready to leave the despotic institution that raised them, I see many quarter-life crises erupt, especially second semester of senior year. Standing in front of the world of possibilities before them, many succumb to Stockholm syndrome, acting out in bizarre [...]

Call me crazy, but I think everyone in Washington DC has gone insane.

By Brittany Yurkovitch on 9/8/2013 It is becoming increasingly difficult to teach the various political ideologies to my new group of students. Liberals have been acting like conservatives, and conservatives have been acting like liberals. There are just too many lies and it’s all so confusing to the neophyte political observer. Even Matt Drudge acknowledges [...]

Awakening to the true value of silver

By Brittany Yurkovitch on February 3, 2013 Happy Bread and Circus weekend, I mean Superbowl weekend. These are exciting times to teach government and economics. This semester, I am teaching a combination of economics, AP Macroeconomics, and US History- so I am busy, to say the least. The US History course was added to my [...]

My Take on the Presidential Debate: Do you want some soma with your police state?

By Brittany Yurkovitch on 10/7/2012 While I was beyond unenthusiastic about Wednesday night’s debate, I am very impressed with my government students. The overwhelming majority of them watched the first presidential debate, took notes on what they saw, and had lots to say in class Thursday. I am shocked that many students watched more than [...]

Are you Fast and Furious yet?

By Brittany Yurkovitch on 9/9/2012 I drew this cartoon during the summer at an AP Summer Institute after learning that the US Attorney General, Eric Holder, might be held in contempt of Congress for his participation in the Fast and Furious debacle. During my AP Government professional development, I decided to write a little rap [...]

Bill, please shut up!

By Brittany Yurkovitch on 7/26/2012 A lot of people in my family are Republicans and hence, huge fans of FOX News and Bill O’Reilly’s show. I used to watch FOX and tended to agree with most of their logic until I started questioning everything and discovered the mass media is controlled by an uncompetitive corporate [...]