Here’s a compilation of stories from this week of wacky things that happened across our country.
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Biden's pick for Treasury Secretary is huge. First, it shows Biden isn't pandering to the far left progressives. Second, it shows Biden is extending an olive branch to the conservatives. This may forecast the Biden presidency and possible signs of bipartisanship.
Twitter is used by a fifth of Americans, yet it's trending topics consume the vast majority of our news. This has to change for America to move forward.
Enslaved Muslims in China, the existence of aliens confirmed by the US Government, and a huge censorship controversy around Hydroxychloroquine.
It's time to call a spade a spade. New York City failed. In particular, the incredible lack of leadership from Mayor DiBlasio, combined with a visible feud between him and Governor Cuomo, resulted in one of the biggest disasters in the storied history of America's most important city. First, why did a city as densely … Continue reading NYC Failed
Anyone who thinks they can conduct business in the same capacity they did a few months ago will be in for a rude awakening. Habits have been developed, and it is paramount that businesses cater to the new normal.
How did we get here, and where are we going? How does this shift economic, societal, and cultural norms? Let's start trying to figure this out.
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?
Is the cornavirus the last straw in the way the rest of the world views and treats China?
Is there a such thing?
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
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.
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.
Amazon is cheating, WeWork is a dead unicorn, a recession is looming, JP Morgan is manipulating, and autoworkers are striking. And, it's only Tuesday!
The story that has potential to bring about problems that could last a generation.
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.
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?
Let me tell you about my industry, and my career. Let me welcome you into a part of my life that few know about, and even less understand. I am a Financial Advisor, and I want you to discover what that means.
What can improve America? What are the topics politicians should discuss, and what solutions are creative, as well as achievable? Take a look at these nine ideas and see for yourself.