It’s officially election season and the games are about to begin. Regardless of your personal party affiliations it’s important to know who and what you are voting for. There are currently 23 Democrats that have declared a run for the 2020 presidency. Voters of all ages are encouraged to vet candidates that best reflect their interests and policies that will serve them. It’s important to … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Know the Vote
Decades of statistics have revealed that American’s are not as comfortable as they used to be. Financial gurus have made a fortune writing books and giving seminars on how to pull the bootstraps up of millions of American’s. The advice is helpful but usually sought for after catastrophe. Let’s examine the typical American: they rent an apartment that eats up half or more of their … Continue reading Achieving Today’s American Dream is Different
American’s love porn, that’s just the bottom line. The days of hiding the scantily clad women on glossy pages in bedside tables and under mattresses has now given way to glowing screens of eroticism. The internet aided in the ease of access by making content a click away. In the early 2000s, it was reported that porn was a $10 billion dollar industry. In 2019 the … Continue reading Porn: America’s Secret Obsession
Labor Day is an American holiday created to celebrate the hard workers that keep this county moving. The first Labor Day was celebrated on September 5, 1882 in New York City. It was first proposed by The Central Labors Union and eventually became a nationwide holiday. In today’s video, Carhartt, a retail company and Von Miller, NFL player for the Denver Broncos, gives tribute to … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Labor Day
The issue of hunger across America and even the world is a monumental. One girl is doing her part to end it in her corner of South Carolina. Katie’s Krops was inspired by a homework assignment. She was given seeds and asked to grow cabbage. To Katie’s surprise, it grew to be as large as 40 pounds. With that bounty she went on to feed … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Kids Feeding the Hungry
New York City isn’t known to be the place to go when you are looking to give out brownie points for hospitality. Tourists and locals alike will tell you that people who inhabit this city carry a bit of an edge. An edge that seems to be more obnoxious and pushy than most people would come to like. New York has come to terms with … Continue reading Has Society Evolved into New York City?