On the Street

What Recession? Small Businesses are doing Great!

I was talking to one of my neighbors this week and she asked me about the looming recession and when the stock market was going to crash. I paused for a moment, and then remembered that she is a disciple of fake news, brought to her daily by her favorite alphabet news station. You have two choices of response here. ...

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Nietzsche: The MBA is Dead

I realize that the MBA was not alive in Nietzsche’s time, however I am taking a literary leap of faith in connecting the dots of the death of God to the death of the MBA, philosophically speaking. The German existentialist would say that there is no point obtaining an MBA because it is meaningless. Nihilism is harsh and pessimistic, and ...

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Why Warren Buffett has a Lower Tax Rate than his Secretary

At first, this seems unbelievable, but really it makes sense. It’s not just his secretary, it’s also Jeff Bezo’s, Elon Musk’s, Bill Gates’s and other billionaire’s secretaries. This information mustn’t get in the hands of the likes of Elizabeth Warren and her comrades in taxation, for they will surely use it against the handful of billionaires that actually have created ...

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Michael Jordan still King of NBA Shoe Deals

If you ever got a chance to see him play in the early days as a Chicago Bull, you were usually treated to an inspiring athletic event. As stars of all realms, he went from Michael Jordan to Jordan, the one-word moniker used by so many. I’m sure nobody remembers, or cared, what sneaker Jordan wore in college at Chapel ...

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Is the Business Model for Podcasts Sustainable?

Podcasts today come in every shape and size, with a message for just what you are looking for. Did you ever wonder how those incredibly informative podcasts come your way for free? Of course you have- advertising. Free is good for podcast listeners, but what about those on the production side of the business? You only have to ask yourself ...

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Bull Market Rodeo Editor’s Book ‘The Opposite of Obamacare’ Becomes Law

President Trump on June 24th signed an executive order that could spark major changes in the healthcare industry. The key philosophies implemented in this executive order were outlined in author Joseph Gilbertson’s book, “The Opposite of Obamacare” written in 2015. As it happens, the book was written with the intention of feeding free enterprise ideas to a potential (at the ...

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An Insider’s look into the College Admissions Fiasco

As I was perusing the Penn for Parents newsletter yesterday, I was amazed to find an article that had some substance, and wasn’t pushing the usual diversity and multicultural nonsense. Eric Furda, Dean of Admissions at the University of Pennsylvania was reflecting on the current state of college admissions in light of the so-called Varsity Blues scandal that has involved ...

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