Business Idea: Social Video Media 3

By Daniel McKay
Business Idea: Social Video Media
Start a social video following site along with sales of a small video camera that sticks on your shirt – when you wear it, video is broadcast to the social channel. Here is a good one. With all the social media junkies out there, tweeters/facebookers/youtube/reddits yadda yadda – I’m SURE there would be demand for ...

Trials of a Newbie Blogger – Week 2 4

By Daniel McKay
Trials of a Newbie Blogger - Week 2
The trials – Week 2 Day 8: Getting busy 1:51pm: A busy morning, job interviews, things to fill out, tests to take… OH and a new blog post! Just published and shared my Trials of a newbie blogger – Week 1 and here I am starting on week two. So, good news, other than being busy. ...

The Republican Party’s Bleak Electoral Future 1

By Princeton Moses G.
The Republican Party's Bleak Electoral Future
The Republican Party is on the verge of sinking into the abyss of electoral politics perhaps for generations to come. When President (D) Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil-Rights act of 1964, a law which prohibited major forms discrimination, including those based on race. He was heard whispering to an aide: “The Democratic Party has lost ...

Who Said Money Can’t Buy Happiness? 4

By Daniel McKay
Who Said Money Can't Buy Happiness?
The Rich Live Better Lives Than We Do Says Pew Poll. The poor have more to envy the rich for than just money, the are genuinely happier and live more fulfilling lives. It isn’t just money, schools, cars, and fancy dinners you should be jealous of, the rich are all around more fulfilled and happy individuals. According ...

Top 10 Questions For The Presidential Debate 1

By Daniel McKay
Top 10 Questions For The Presidential Debate
We have aggregated and sorted through the top 10 questions for the presidential debate. These questions were taken via online sources, notably you can follow additional questions on the CNN i.report blog  Note these are questions meant for BOTH candidates, I would love to see the contrast (if any)!   And they are… 10. My question ...

What Does A Romney Presidency Look Like For The Budget? 1

By Daniel
What Does A Romney Presidency Look Like For The Budget?
We’ve already covered Obama, now it’s Romney’s turn. What would unravel in the budget war should Romney be elected? If Romney wins, political powers will clash and a decision will be delayed until Romney can take office – expect entitlement cuts. Fiscal Armageddon, as you’ve heard it – “The Fiscal Cliff” is set to swing ...

A Foreign Country RULING America? 5

By Daniel
A Foreign Country RULING America?
Will A Foreign Country Rule America? It Is Possible… Current rulings lifting limits on corporate campaign finance open up the real possibility of foreign influence. Recently Jesse Ventura was a guest on Piers Morgan Tonight – and while I don’t agree with that loon 99% of the time, he made a really interesting observation. Corporate ...

I Like to Think Our Debt is $4 TRILLION, NOT $16! Math lesson 3

By Daniel McKay
I Like to Think Our Debt is $4 TRILLION, NOT $16! Math lesson
There seems to a major lack of thinking out there. Our net debt is more like 4 trillion, not 16.  It is called the NIIP (Net international investment position), the amount a country owes if they were to “cash in” and “pay out”. In the case of the United States, according to the BEA (Bureau of ...

If Obama Is Re-elected Will We Face Fiscal ARMAGEDDON? 4

By Daniel
If Obama Is Re-elected Will We Face Fiscal ARMAGEDDON?
Do We Face Fiscal Armageddon if Obama is Re-elected? In short, no. The Republicans have already said that they will have to compromise with the Democrats should Obama win. January 1, 2013: The Day of Reckoning. This is the date where automatic across the board cuts are set to take effect, slashing entitlement programs and ...

The Syrian and Libyan Crises

By Eddy Simonian
The Syrian and Libyan Crises
In Libya the conflict between the miltias and the government is alarming and there are no shortage of arms. The government does not have control over the vast, thinly populated country. Such a situation helped the rebels defeat Gaddafi and is currently perilous to the stability of the government. A dictator died and a quasi-democracy ...