Guest Post: While these jobs require little training or higher education, they usually pay above minimum wage and offer many workers lifestyle flexibility and the opportunity to work close to home.
Guest post by Kristinn Taylor A warning bulletin was issued Friday to federal law enforcement, intelligence and other sources for an imminent terror attack on the border was issued. Breitbart.com obtained a copy of the leaked document. The document shows … Continue reading ?
Guest post by Kristinn Taylor (Flickr) In a sign of post-Ferguson, Missouri mob rule, a man arrested by Daytona Beach, Florida police escaped from custody early Sunday morning after a mob gathered around the officers’ patrol car. WKMG-TV reported Dontavius … Continue reading ?
Guest post by Kristinn Taylor The Palm Aire Hotel and Suites The Palm Aire Hotel and Suites in Weslaco, Texas, which The Gateway Pundit reported in July was the proposed site of a reported $50 million federal contract to house … Continue reading ?
It is my pleasure to introduce Peter Cajka for today's exciting guest post. Peter is a PhD candidate in the Boston College History Department. He studies religion in American history. He is a Graduate Fellow with the Clough Center for Constitutional Democracy. Show More Summary
Guest Post by Mara Zebest Have you seen the multicultural BS pushed in a new military ad for the Navy? Just wondering if taxpayers can demand a refund for the money spent on such a mess? Clearly this is OBAMA’s Navy vision … Continue reading ?
[guest post by JD] Some of the big boys didn’t look that great today, ie Alabama and UCLA. There were a few great match-ups in Week 1 – Georgia put a hurting on Clemson, Florida State was taken to the wire by Oklahoma State, and Wisconsin is man-handling LSU. I love football season. —JD
Guest Post: Sometimes low course-completion rates can be a good sign.
[guest post by Dana] In an interesting op-ed, Yasmine Bahrani, a professor of journalism at American University in Dubai, boldly asks: Where are the Muslims protesting the Islamic State? While there is disagreement to be found, Bahrani does provoke a consideration of the matter. While Bahrani establishes that she supported recent protests against Israel, she […]
Guest Post: Click-baity native ads helped Yahoo's native ad revenue build quickly, but they may not serve the company long term.
[guest post by Dana] In an update regarding the Christian couple ordered to pay $13,000 in fines for refusing to host a gay wedding on their farm and posted about here, we learn that Cynthia and Robert Gifford have now chosen to close their business rather than violate their beliefs. They will host the weddings […]
Our bonefishing season at Andros South is just around the corner and we can’t wait to get back on the flats. We have a feeling that some of you might feel the same way, and may even be gearing up for a bonefish trip of your own! Last season, we were fortunate to spend a […]
[guest post by JD] Charles Cook writes about the “we can’t wait” clause in the Constitution. Suffice it to say that Obama’s view of his role in our political system is at odds with our Constitution. One of the more interesting writers around, David Harsanyi, pens this missive that outlines Obama lawlessness and Dem hypocrisy. […]
[guest post by Dana] Unsurprisingly, Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan wants to join the caliphate. In a letter he appeals to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: “I formally and humbly request to be made a citizen of the Islamic State,”Hasan says in the handwritten document addressed to “Ameer, Mujahid Dr. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.” “It would […]
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Rick Lewis, General Partner at USVP. The post went through PandoDaily’s usual editorial process. Mr. Lewis was not paid for this post. “Why would I ever pay $250 for a shirt?” A highly-respected...Show More Summary
Back in January, we posted a guest article by Rosanne Sullivan about the Benedict XVI Institute for Sacred Music and Divine Worship, newly founded in the archdiocese of San Francisco by His Grace Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone and Fr. Show More Summary
This is a guest post by William Boydston, vice president of The List, a B2B sales and lead generation resource. If you want a good idea of where your agency should be going, eat your lunch outside, and watch people. What do you see?...Show More Summary
Carl Ellis, Jr. shares a bit about what fueled his rage following Michael Brown's funeral. A quiet rage has been inside me since the shooting of Michael Brown on August 15 — a rage I kept under control as I tried to be objective and resist being manipulated by the strident and predictable rhetoric surrounding this senseless killing. Show More Summary
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Josh Tucker. Good Sir, You are going to die. This is a simple fact. No matter your religion or your philosophy, we all leave this world at some point and enter the great Hereafter. For most, this fact can be terrifying. But keeping a stiff upper lip […]
Guest Post: Programmatic ad buying has permeated every media platform and brand marketers are taking notice. In 2013, marketers spent $3.36 billion on programmatic ad buying — and eMarketer estimates that it will soar to $8.5 billion in the next 3 years. In fact, in 2013 nearly 50 percent of all brand marketing budgets were allocated to programmatic ad spend and it is […]