People make mistakes. Sometimes those mistakes are more severe than others and because of all the laws in our country, some result in nonviolent offenders spending years in jail and struggle to find jobs when they reenter society. But entrepreneurship is giving former offenders a second chance at a prosperous life. Links: From Inmates to Entrepreneurs Dave’s Killer Bread Defy Ventures
We are often made to think that some jobs hold more dignity than others. While it is true that some careers are more profitable than others, there is dignity to be found in hard work, no matter what your line of work might be. Links: Geoffrey Owens thought Trader Joe’s job-shaming moment was ‘going to be catastrophic’
The era of COVID, we are being told constantly to wear a mask. In fact, some places have even made laws forcing individuals to wear them. But are mask mandates really constitutional? Book: They Thought They Were Free Definitions: Decentralization: When control is distributed or spread out among many people instead of just one group like the government. Centralization: When power and control is concentrated, or centered, in one organization or body, like our government. Links: Pelosi used shuttered San Francisco hair salon for blow-out, owner calls it ‘slap in the face’ FOX 11 obtains exclusive photos of Gov. Newsom
Have you ever noticed how in many movies, the capitalists are always the bad guys? Why is the market always demonized while “socialism” and other “isms” are seen as virtuous? Definitions: Sins of omission: A “sin” or bad action that occurs because you fail to do something or perform an action. Example: Not forgiving a friend after they apologize to you is a sin of omission. You haven’t done anything wrong. But you didn’t do what you should have done. Sins of commission: When you actively do something wrong. Example: You steal something from a friend or hit your sister
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