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A Note on Freedom of Speech

by Izzy Kalman (August 2004) I believe it is a great tragedy that citizens of democratic countries are not educated about the true brilliance and power of the right to Freedom of Speech. Many people don’t understand why it is best to let people say whatever they want – even if it hurts people feelings […]

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Proposal for a Rational Moral School Bullying Policy

Proposal for a Rational, Moral School Bullying Policy Based on The Golden Rule By Israel C. Kalman, MS, Nationally Certified School Psychologist Director, Bullies to Buddies, Inc. Students, Parents, Staff and Community at Large: School anti-bullying laws require us to develop an anti-bullying policy. We are hereby presenting our anti-bullying policy that is based on […]

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Proposal for a Rational Moral School Bullying Policy Based on The Golden Rule

By Israel C. Kalman, MS, Nationally Certified School Psychologist, Director, Bullies to Buddies, Inc. Students, Parents, Staff and Community at Large: School anti-bullying laws require us to develop an anti-bullying policy. We are hereby presenting our anti-bullying policy that is based on the Golden Rule. We have chosen the Golden Rule as our guide because […]

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“Consequences”: The New Euphemism for “Punishment”

by Izzy Kalman (May 2006)In George Orwell’s classic book, Nineteen Eighty-Four, the Big Brother government has a “Newspeak” department whose job it is to make up new words to replace the old. Of course, there is nothing new about this practice. Even our own educational and mental health professions do it regularly. “Bipolar” has replaced […]

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