Why are we providing our info and data to companies who not only poorly protect it but also profit from it without providing us a share?
Remember when the only excuse you had for not attending church was that you were too busy? Those we the days. Now, how about we name all of the reasons you don't go anymore The sex abuse scandal Church corruption Your spouse isn't Catholic The church's stance on Abortion and/or Gay Marriage You don't believe, … Continue reading Catholics Come Home
America, it is time to rid yourself of the stigma associated with marijuana. The benefits outweigh the cons, and the drug needs to become a viable, and legal option for consumers across the country.
The dominant athlete is dead.
Be patient. Write things down. Use this as a buffer between your irrational thoughts, and rational words.
Put things into perspective. It will help you realize how significant, or insignificant something actually is.
You're unplugging from the tough realty of life all wrong. You may be taking the first step of disconnecting, but what about the second step. Here's how you can turn it into a new habit and set you free.
There are a lot of numbers that get thrown about during an Election Year. They are usually pipe dreams not rooted in reality. Most often, few of these numbers come to fruition. Those that do, are typically different from the initial campaign promise. And, considerably off the mark. The numbers that get tossed around focus … Continue reading Numbers Matter
A living legend no more.
The Democrats didn't learn any lessons in their 2016 loss, and they're likely going to be a victim of their own demise come 2020.
Ten days into the new year, and what a start. Geopolitical conflict, drama in the Royal Family, incriminating emails released from Boeing, additional fallout from the Epstein scandal, a deeply troubling plane crash that should have been avoided, and calamity over fires in Australia.
Where do we go from here? Impeachment is upon us, but are we as divided as we think we are? Don't believe the lies.
Three nations. Half of the world’s emissions. A third of the world’s population. The USA, India, and China. Get all three to work together, and it’s the only way the world can cleanup its act.
The 20s will be nearing an end ten years from now. What company will be gone? Who will be the greatest casualty of the next decade? The answer is Netflix.
The story that has potential to bring about problems that could last a generation.
One year later, and the story has come back to the forefront. However, this time America has learned of a very different story.
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from 9-11
The last time I sat on the boat to head home was likely the happiest I had been since I moved to New York City. I had just left an outing with my closest friends. We shared drinks, caught up, and enjoyed each other's company for hours. It seemed like time stopped for the night. … Continue reading Life Comes At You Fast
You led yourself to believe something that's false. You live a busy life, so you typically only read titles, summaries, listen to quick sound bytes, and watch videos below 60-second in length. This has been the way you consume news for most anything relevant, regardless of the subject. It's been the way you have digested … Continue reading Focus
Seven days ago our fearless leader tweeted a series of four tweets that set the media into a tizzy. The tweets got Trump exactly what he wanted. Is saying 'go back to your country...' rooted in bigotry, or even racism? Of course. Does Trump hate these four women because they are women of color? Not … Continue reading The R Word
How in tune with yourself are you? Do you believe you are in true control of the choices you want to make? Is there something preventing you from making those decisions? Think about it. How much do you really know about yourself?
It has been an amazing ten years of economic growth. How does this keep up? It isn't as hard as you may think. Check out where the profits come from in the next decade.
Millennials. You got it all wrong, and you're doing it to yourself. Read this and find out how easy it is to rid yourself of the problems you created.
Tax the rich. Change capitalism. Democrat Presidential hopefuls have put forward plans to fix America's wealth-inequality problem. The problem is relevant, and requires attention. How can we fix it?
Could generational divides become a thing of the past? Technology is evolving at unprecedented rates. It constantly changes the way people are doing things, and how they see and experience the world.
Robert Mueller delivered their precious report and it was a bag full of coal that they wish they had never asked for. Karma is a real bitch, and if you ever need proof it exists, then go no further.
Do you think the college cheating scandal is a bad story? Of course you do! Take a look at this piece, and find out how you can use the frustrating findings to feel better about your own life.
Did you know the bull market has turned ten-years old? Is it safe to say we may never experience another prolonged bear market again? Take a look to find out why.
When will our country address the elephant in the room? Student loan debt has ballooned to over one-hundred trillion dollars. Discover three ways we can fix this problem.
Are you a sheep? How often are you blindly following the advice of a famous person on social media? Are you even aware of it? Did you decide for yourself, or did someone 'influence' you? Find out how much of a sheep you really are.
The Amazon and NYC marriage, and subsequent divorce, is mischaracterized to say the least. Let me break it down from someone who lives next door to the now failed project.
Luke Thompson put together an insightful piece following the money and connecting the dots with regard to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. It shines a light on the corrupt Swamp that is D.C., and exposes our junior congresswoman as a fraud.
The Jussie Smollett story was an unmitigated disaster from the start. How did we get here? Why did we get here? Let's examine what actually just happened in likely one of the most bizarre stories of 2019.
Some valuable things to consider
Self-proclaimed Independent Centrist Howard Schultz will run for President in 2020. He is the man America deserves. The time is right. Discover who he is, what he stands for, and decide if you support his message.
The past 35 days of a government shutdown was a preview of the next 600 days. Let’s break down what just happened, discuss where we’re heading (hint - nowhere), and help find ways to improve ourselves throughout this stalemate.
In the light of today's events at in Thousand Oaks, here is a piece regarding hate in our world. Hate has no bounds. It can manifest anywhere. Hate has no prejudice. It can affect anyone.
Baseball is back! This makes it a great time to pick on the sport and its horribly long, drawn out season. Time to shorten the schedule! Here's a blueprint
Migration trends, like the caravan will not go away. 1.8 million migrants successfully made it to Europe in three-years. America is about to face their own refugee crisis. How do we respond?
What does #WalkAway tell us about the upcoming Midterm election, and 2020?
Our deficit spending is out of control. The main problem is our promise to America with regard to Social Security. This is also America's greatest lie. We must come out ahead of the problem and fix it. But, how?
China, the world's biggest threat.
An argument broke out among Silicon Valley CEOS on Twitter based on an impending initiative in San Francisco to tax big corporations to solve the homeless crisis. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey doesn't like the tax simply because the local government hasn't put enough controls in place regarding proper allocation of the funds they'd collect.
Decision Making. Often times we make choices based on easy to quantify values, such as, time, money, and weather. We should make make choices based on our emotional investment. How do we quantify it? How do we know?
Kavanaugh - One Week Later There are short, mid, and long term effects from this moment. Short term matters to the November midterms. Mid term takes us to 2020. Long term takes us to the unknown. What does this all mean?
Blackrock CEO Larry Fink lobbied two-years ago to change from quarterly corporate earnings to semiannual. Trump recently tasked the SEC to examine the shift. Barry Ritholtz wrote an opinion piece on Bloomberg theorizing moving the other direction. Let's break it down.
History proves that focus, and investigative journalism collapse during economic booms. This typically brings a surprise, shock to the system resulting in a recession no one saw coming.
Is the cornavirus the last straw in the way the rest of the world views and treats China?
Is there a such thing?
The three basics of traveling
Politics Roger Stone was recommended to serve upwards of nine years by federal prosecutors. The crimes he committed allow for this sentence, and it is rare for the DOJ to step in. Well, following a Trump tweet about the lengthy sentence, Barr intervened and recommended a lighter one. This resulted in the dominoes beginning to … Continue reading Weekly Headlines
Here’s how the Democrats stack up post New Hampshire primary
Iowa was the final leak for a ship that’s been sinking for years. Grab the popcorn, because the next nine-months will be an unmitigated disaster for the left as the party implodes from within.