Culture of Capitalism

Why Business Partnerships Fail

If you want to increase your chances of successfully building a startup into a money making machine, my advice is to surround yourself with awesome people – never go at it alone. Learn to delegate, seek counsel, and if you can, find an ambitious business …

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The Irony of Obama’s Proposed Minimum Wage Increase

The Congressional Budget Office has released a new report that estimates a loss of 500,000 jobs from the economy if President Obama and Congressional Democrats push through and pass a bill to increase the minimum wage to $10.10. The Congressional Budget Office, also known as …

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How to Get Your Product Selling in Major Retail Stores – According to Millionaire Expert

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]I[/dropcap] had a meeting yesterday with a multi-millionaire entrepreneur who made his fortune creating products for retail sale. His new passion, and the reason for our meeting, is a startup nutraceutical company looking to go public, after it raises about $4 …

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Living and Dying by the US Constitution

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]W[/dropcap]hen everything seems to clash, and politicians back one side of the argument or the other, we have a document that defines our community, settles our differences, and reconciles our values. It binds our governing philosophy of democracy, our economic …

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Entrepreneurial Blackjack

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]E[/dropcap]very gambler knows, when playing at the casino, sooner or later the house always wins… or so we are told. By using his invaluable entrepreneurial skills, Don Johnson, a professional gambler, won $15 million in Atlantic City in a single …

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First They Want to Take Our Guns, Now the Internet

Squandering American Hegemony [dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]T[/dropcap]he desire to impede, encroach and trample on a person’s rights, freedom and liberties, is typically characterized in America by the continuous and tenacious assault from occupants in the White House – and much of the Left – on the right to …

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The NFL Is On The Verge of Being Regulated To Death

After the subprime meltdown in 2008, congress enacted boatloads of new regulation. Some of the new regulations were most certainly needed; however, many of them were knee-jerk reactions created by bureaucrats who had no background in the industry they were imposing new rules on. Many …

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