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Sujit Choudhry, a Constitution Expert

Posted on August 31, 2017 in Law Specialist

 Sujit Choudhry together with a panel of top constitutional experts met in Kiev on July tenth to discuss some of the constitutional challenges faced by the government of Ukraine. Among the issues discussed by the panel include the semi-presidential system of the Ukraine government and the constitutional challenges that system is currently facing. According to […]

Marc Sparks—Risk-Taker In and Out of Business

Posted on in Private Equity Firm

**UPDATE 8/31** Everything Marc Sparks Touches Turns into Gold Marc Sparks is a hardworking and talented gentleman who has had great success in his career as an entrepreneur. He has ensured that his experience and skills are utilized by many others whose businesses he helps nurture to the point they can stand on their own. […]


George Soros Epic Return to Politics

Posted on August 29, 2017 in Business Business Leader

George Soros has made a name for himself in the political arena over the past several decades. The billionaire investor has become one of the most prominent political activists in the world thanks to his focus on core democratic values and his willingness to open his pocketbook in order to make sure that those values […]


The Reputation of Securus Technology

Posted on August 28, 2017 in Prison Communication

Securus Technologies is a company that provides inmate technology solutions to foster correction, investigation, and proper inmate management. For the company, they are always delighted by the fact that they are the leader in technology solutions in the inmate industry. That is the reason why they have proven to be the best through their numerous […]


A Lack of New Teachers Effects Urban American Schools

Posted on August 25, 2017 in Education Public Education Public Education in America Qualified Public School Teacher

The declining rate of qualified new public school teachers in urban American school districts has reached problematic proportions in the last few years. As a result, schools all over the country are experiencing a sharp decline in funding and performance as well as an increase in the dropout rate. According to Jason Amos (Alliance for […]


Improve Test Scores with Better Nutrition

Posted on August 24, 2017 in Education Public Education Public Education in America Student Nutrition

The pressure to improve test scores brings higher requirements of children at earlier ages. Yet, studies have shown that homework and study alone do not contribute to test score improvement. Many social and economic factors play a part in the success of students as well. Proper nutrition, in particular, contributes to concentration, energy, and mood […]


Tips That Make A Good Investment According To Igor Cornelsen

Posted on in Tips in Investing

Update 8/24/2017: Igor Cornelsen has recently been tapped up by Positive Facts to talk about economic opportunities in Brazil.  Definitely worth the read, to see how Brazil’s economy is recovering, and ways that you can take advantage as they continue to grow. Currently working for Bainbridge Investments Inc, Igor Cornelsen has made a name for […]


San Francisco Schools Ban Students From Drinking Chocolate Milk

Posted on August 23, 2017 in Education Public Education Public Education in America

School lunches have been notoriously unhealthy and disgusting since the beginning of time. But San Francisco schools are trying to change the unhealthy part by cutting out a lot of sugar in the lunches. Baked sweets like cookies and brownies are forbidden, as are soft drinks and candy. Chocolate milk is the next item to […]


Educational Television Gives Traditional Shows a Facelift

Posted on August 22, 2017 in Digital Transformation Education Educational Television Public Education Public Education in America

The face of educational television may have changed over the years, but there are still some recognizable standards out there that many parents enjoyed when they were young. The key to children’s educational television—create something kids love that doesn’t make parents crazy. There’s a reason the likes of Calliou are not still on today. Many […]


Market America CEO JD Ridinger

Posted on in Business Business Leader digital marketing

James Howard Ridinger and his wife Lauren Ridinger were top performing Amway distributors. In 1992 they decided to found Market America. They headquartered Market America in Greensboro North Carolina. Within 9 years of founding Market America, JD Ridinger, Market America CEO, employed over 650 workers. JD designed his company to be a multi-level marketing company […]