A Trophy For Thee AND For Me

What’s the do-gooder’s end-game in making winners of losers?

Courtesy of Dave Hurt — @IAMDAVEHURT on Instagram

Until the equity police write a tell-all book explaining their intentions in rewriting the rules of academics and sports for today’s youth, we’re left to speculate, so speculate we must:

Who benefits when everyone wins a trophy? What lesson does it teach the winners versus the losers? What…

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