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Desiree Perez and Her Success at Tidal and Roc Nation

Posted on December 23, 2017 in CEO

Desiree Perez is a woman that knows a lot about the world of entertainment when it comes to athletes and singers. This is where her influence has been felt greatly because Jay-Z utilized her skills to help him build up the Roc Nation Empire. So far it has been a great ride for Desiree Perez […]

The Falling Quality Of Education And The Effects On The Teachers And Students

Posted on in Public Education Public Education in America

A public education rally for educational funding called for quality education, more learning, and less testing for the students. This is about students attending class, being instructed by a well-informed, passionate teacher, working hard, and learning new talents, skills, capabilities and interests. Educational reforms created to improve the learning of the students, improve their performance, […]

Why The Spanish Government Endures Standing Accusations

Posted on December 21, 2017 in Comparative Law Expert

Accusations are thrown at the Spanish government because of its behavior in recent political news. The media is shocked as the people of Catalonia, Spain work to bring together a secession from Spain and to become a single nation. The economic and cultural lost that Spain stands to experience are inevitable. The real question isn’t […]


David Giertz on Proper Retirement Planning

Posted on December 19, 2017 in Investor

While it might be tempting to put off planning for retirement, financial leaders like David Giertz are warning that it is never too early to plan. Pensions and Social Security are two big, important components of most individual’s retirement, but there could be a problem. Giertz warns that as the population ages pensions are shrinking, […]


Why George Soros Gave Open Society Foundations Such a Huge Gift of Money

Posted on December 18, 2017 in Uncategorized

It’s been well known for many years that George Soros has been very generous with his fortune, but in October 2017 it was revealed just how generous. He gives his money to Open Society Foundations, his philanthropic organization, where it is used to fight for human rights, the democratization of nations, and other good causes. […]


Healthy Living with Organo Gold

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With Founder Bernardo Chua and Co Founder Shane Murand Organo Gold, a privately held corporation began in 2008 in Richmond, British Columbia. As of 2016 Organo was distributed all over the globe with roughly 400,000 independent distributors. Products offered from Organo Gold are beverages, nutraceuticals, and personal care products. A selling point with this company […]


Governor of New York Approves Funding for Smart Schools

Posted on December 16, 2017 in Public Education Public Education Systems

Governor Cuomo of New York State just approved $75.6-million in funding for 88 Smart School Investment Plans. The money will help upgrade the way students learn in schools. The money is part of the Smart Schools Bond Act, which the governor introduced in 2014. Voters seem supportive of these efforts. A total of 242 projects […]


How Parents Are Changing the Way Their Kids are Educated

Posted on December 15, 2017 in Education Education News Public Education Systems

Gone are the days when kids were either sent to public school or private school with nothing in between. Now, you’ll find that a lot of parents are sending their kids to charter schools, military schools and homeschooling their children in order to benefit their education. The key to finding the best school for your […]


Education’s DeVos Throws Trump Team Under the School Bus

Posted on December 14, 2017 in Betsy DeVos Education Education News Public Education Public Education Systems

In a recent interview, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos placed the blame for her razor thin confirmation by the U.S. Senate squarely on the shoulders of President Trump and his transition team. “I think I was under-coached,” she said. Secretary DeVos accused Trump’s transition team of not providing her with a complete policy briefing in advance […]


Why More People are Considering Charter Schools

Posted on December 13, 2017 in Charter Schools Education Education News Public Education Public Education Systems

When it comes to sending your kids off to school, it can be difficult to feel confident in the public school system. Plus, you might find that you simply do not like the school near your home, which is the only public option available to your children. Because of this, a lot of people are […]