Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Jeff Goins of Goins Writer. “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” —Viktor Frankl There is this popular idea in our world today that the best thing to happen to you would be to win the lottery. Then, you […]
Today’s guest post is from Iyana Lester, a Project Analyst at Source One Management Services who specializes in contract management and negotiation, project evaluation and monitoring, and market assessments. Along with the boom of internet-based business came the challenges of maintaining an effective supply chain in the digital space. Show More Summary
Guest Post Imagine it’s finally Friday night, the beginning of a weekend of freedom, which also happens to include your birthday. Your family, friends and spouse all have celebratory plans for you. You have a rewarding career and a network of beautiful people who want to rejoice in your life. Show More Summary
When I wrote the first lines of Finn Fancy, it wasn't going to be my book that sold. I was just having some fun while scratching my writing itch because I was burned out on writing deep and seriously serious epicly epics. That firstShow More Summary
Via Fred On Everything blog, In the modest and unassuming manner natural to this column, I advance a small proposal for the emendation of such tatters of the Constitution as can be found: For voting in federal elections, we should employ a literacy test to disenfranchise the majority of the population, to the infinite betterment of the country. Show More Summary
Guest Post by Mara Zebest Noblesville, Indiana parents are furious with the privacy violations and data mining via a school survey given to their young elementary students. Many of the questions also introduce inappropriate immoral behavior concepts that are suggestive to young innocent … Continue reading ?
Guest Post by Mara Zebest Sue Paine with WCBM called into a prior Mark Levin’s show with bombshell information regarding an Obama Task Force conference call in which she [Sue Paine] was invited to listen and participate. Unfortunately, Sue’s first … Continue reading ?
[guest post by Dana] Scott Walker, runner-up behind Rand Paul in the straw poll at CPAC, as well as currently leading in national polls, appeared on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace. I’ve posted the more significant portions of the Q&A time. Questions about Obama’s faith and love of country are not included as I […]
A pparently a charter spokesman, Jeremiah Kittredge in NYC, has difficulty---or feigns difficulty in order to manipulate folks---with the statistical concept of "average." (Kittredge is the high-paid and top spokesman for FAMILIES FOR...Show More Summary
[guest post by Dana] That pesky Netanyahu visit to the U.S. next week continues to confound officials. So much so, that they simply cannot decide whether his decision to speak before Congress is a welcome one or a destructive one. National Security Adviser Susan Rice last week: “What has happened over the last several weeks, […]
[guest post by Dana] Thirty years ago, Danuta Danielsson, whose mother survived Auschwitz, stepped out from a crowd in Sweden and clobbered a parading neo-Nazi with her handbag. The moment was captured in an iconic photo: The incident is still a topic of conversation in Sweden. As such, an artist recently submitted plans for the […]
Guest post: by Nathan Salminen (Politics that work) Comparing performance between Republican and Democratic years The performance gap we see at the state level could still theoretically be the result of factors other than policy. It could be that the red states have simply drawn the short straws and happen to have inferior access to […]
[guest post by Dana] I thought it surely had to be a bit of internet fakery, but apparently not. I think… But as to the feasibility of the proposition, well, you be the judge. Italian surgeon Dr. Sergio Canavero of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group announced that he believes human head transplants could begin in […]
Today's guest post is from Ann Shoket, Editor-in-Chief of Seventeen magazine. The first-ever YouTube issue of Seventeen magazine hits stands today and celebrates the new generation of stars we love. But we obsess over YouTube stars for different reasons than we like traditional Hollywood stars. Show More Summary
[guest post by Dana] In an exit interview, Eric Holder was asked which book he would recommend to a young person coming to Washington. His choice was “The Autobiography of Malcom X”. Holder explained: “I say this not to every African-American of his age, but for every American, that you read ‘The Autobiography of Malcolm […]
by New Deal democrat (Bondaddblog) How wages in services vs. goods-producing jobs explain relative GDP growth during Recoveries (Hint: producing goods is better) This week I will put up several posts discussing the relative impact of goods-producing vs. service jobs in the economy, prompted by an article by Kevin L. Kliesen and Lowell R. Ricketts […]
Guest Post by Mara Zebest Democrat Muslim Representative Keith Ellison can’t contain his joy at the unconstitutional assault on first amendment freedom via Net Neutrality. The Vine link here: The Intercept reports on an unprecedented Liberal activist campaign to gain … Continue reading ?
This is a guest post by Brittany Machado. She is the producer of the documentary film Give Me Sex Jesus....I used to be the poster-child for Evangelicalism.They called me "Bubbly Brittany" because I was always so happy. You name it,Show More Summary
Rapper and actor Common was a guest on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Thursday, where he shared a great story about his time as a ballboy during Michael Jordan’s rookie season in The post Michael Jordan Made the Rapper Common Forge His Autograph (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
This is one of a series of guest TaxVox blog posts discussing dynamic scoring. The House recently changed the rules of budget scoring: The Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation will now account for macroeconomic effects when estimating the budget impacts of major legislation. Show More Summary