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5 Essential Life Lessons I Never Learned in School

Monday, September 21st, 2015 - by Walter Hudson

Looking back on my public education, I was well prepared to take tests regurgitating random factoids, but poorly prepared to live in the real world. Now in my mid-thirties, many important lessons have been learned the hard way and at great cost. Here are five essential life lessons I never learned in school which would […]

Are They Kids or Employees? Are We Parents, or Just the Boss?

Wednesday, June 17th, 2015 - by Susan L.M. Goldberg

Consequence Chart for Moms and Kids via @BusyMomsHelper #Parenting http://t.co/UYnfAwINI6 pic.twitter.com/1cfE4oLMUL — 5minutesformom (@5minutesformom) June 13, 2015 The other day I came across a “Consequence Chart” when surfing parenting Tweets. It’s a simple list detailing consequences for various actions taken and it’s meant to hang in a common area of the home as a contractual […]

Digital Dreams: The Frustrating Search for a Legitimate Online Business Opportunity

Friday, June 5th, 2015 - by Walter Hudson

It’s like the gold rush of the of 1850s. Many sense that there is wealth to be mined in the online wilderness. That sense emerges from both fact and sensational promises. Certainly, there are people making a living working from home running online businesses. Fewer make a decent living at it. Fewer yet become truly rich. Regardless of the […]

It’s Not Even Funny How Wrong John Oliver Is About Paid Family Leave

Thursday, May 14th, 2015 - by Susan L.M. Goldberg

John Oliver, HBO’s version of Jon Stewart, decided to celebrate Mother’s Day by using his late night platform to argue for federal paid family leave in America. It was a compelling, heavy-handed report loaded with half-truths meant to support an ideologically beautiful, yet economically unfeasible concept. Based on my years administering FMLA in New Jersey, […]

10 Ways to Avoid Regretting Your Wedding

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 - by Susan L.M. Goldberg

The average wedding in America costs roughly $30,000. Egged on by countless wedding TV shows, magazines, and websites, people throw what appear to be pseudo star-studded events that aim to rival the kind of blow-out parties you only see in movies. In the end you wind up with one night of clouded memories, a ton […]

Pacepa’s Seeds of Knowledge, Part 5: The Drug of Disinformation

Monday, May 5th, 2014 - by Susan L.M. Goldberg

The Introduction to Pacepa’s Seeds of Knowledge: Starting Down the Yellow Brick Road… Part 1: The Mask of Marxism Part 2: Getting to the Heart of Social Justice Part 3: Who Needs a Brain? Part 4: Are Conservatives Cowards? “The August 1991 coup in Moscow collapsed three days after it had started, providing the ultimate, ironic proof that nothing, not […]

Crispin Glover’s Gripe with Back to the Future

Friday, February 28th, 2014 - by Walter Hudson

Back to the Future actor Crispin Glover sat down with IGN recently to talk about his experience filming the classic time-travel adventure. Glover only worked on the first film in the franchise, though his likeness and select footage from the first film was used in the second. In his interview with IGN, posted above, Glover […]

Rolling Stone, Privately Traded Company, Advocates Millennials Share the Wealth

Thursday, January 9th, 2014 - by Susan L.M. Goldberg

My  colleague Walter Hudson recently ripped into the ignorance of Jesse A. Meyerson’s  Occupy-hipster treatise, “Five Economic Reforms Millennials Should Be Fighting For.” The article was published in Rolling Stone magazine, the flagship publication of Wenner Media, a privately owned company. To clarify: ”Privately held companies are not required to file financial disclosure documents with government regulators such as the SEC, so detailed […]

Back in the U.S.S.R.

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013 - by Susan L.M. Goldberg

This past Sunday a group of Ukranian activists knocked down a statue of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin and smashed it to pieces in Kiev’s Bessarabska Square. While no one can be sure who started the protest, CNN reports: Ukraine’s government news agency said a lawmaker with the nationalist Svoboda party claimed responsibility for the incident. “This […]

20 Tips for Talking with Your Anti-American Acquaintances When They Say Dumb Things on 9/11 (Part 2)

Saturday, September 14th, 2013 - by Dave Swindle

Click here for Part 1 of this online dialogue I had about the causes of the September 11 jihad terror attack with a pack of secularist, postmodern progressives.

5 Reasons Why Duck Dynasty Is a Great All-American Show

Friday, August 23rd, 2013 - by Kyle Smith

Now that the fourth season premiere of A&E’s Duck Dynasty has shattered the record for the highest-rated show of its kind in history, even bicoastal liberals are starting to check it out. Good for them, because the story of the Louisiana boys made good is a rousing parable about what it means to be sons […]

Walt & Roy Disney: Champions of Free Enterprise

Friday, June 14th, 2013 - by Chris Queen

Over the last few weeks, I’ve written a lot about Walt Disney. I’ve covered his political journey, his faith, his commitment to excellence, his patriotism, his futuristic vision, and the presence of certain Judeo-Christian values in his films (with more to come in the ensuing weeks). Today I want to emphasize the commitment Walt and […]

Free Market Vs Big Government: Who Can Better Invest $10 Million Toward Space Colonization?

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013 - by PJ Lifestyle Bookshelf

5 Ideas You Need to Rise From Poverty to the Middle Class

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013 - by Walter Hudson

It was like that moment in The Wizard of Oz when Dorothy emerges from the grey remains of her dislocated home into an exotic world of color. That was how I felt at twelve years of age upon my arrival in Minnesota. Home up to that point had been the dank flat malaise of inner-ring […]

Are You Grateful for the Products That Make Your Life Better?

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013 - by Walter Hudson

What can your smartphone teach you about gratitude? A great deal. Not many years ago, I despised the idea of a cell phone. I value my autonomy, which to my mind includes the ability to remain deliberately unavailable. The notion of carrying around a phone in my pocket sounded a lot like putting a leash […]

VIDEO: Israeli Inventor Introduces $20 Cardboard Bike

Thursday, October 18th, 2012 - by PJ Lifestyle Tech

via Cardboard bike is a ‘game changer’ in Africa – Telegraph. Izhar Gafni, 50, is an expert in designing automated mass-production lines. He is an amateur cycling enthusiast who for years toyed with an idea of making a bicycle from cardboard. He told Reuters during a recent demonstration that after much trial and error, his latest […]

Ann Romney, The Corporate Wife

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012 - by Leslie Loftis

Ann Romney is a valuable asset for the Romney campaign. Not only is she an inspirational wife and mother and apparently a talented speaker, but she’s also a woman who effortlessly draws errors from the Democrats. Last night, Juan Williams felt lukewarm about Ann’s performance and called her a “corporate wife” because her husband has […]

Embarrassing: Millennials Spend More Than They Earn

Saturday, May 19th, 2012 - by Dave Swindle

From Larissa Faw at Forbes, Why Millennials Are Spending More Than They Earn – Forbes: There’s a striking disconnect with today’s Millennials that can be best described through Steve Jobs’ infamous reality distortion field: Millennial lifestyles and spending habits do not reflect their financial realities. The majority of the 79 million U.S. Millennials are either unemployed, […]

U2′s Bono Now the World’s Richest Musician Thanks to Facebook

Friday, May 18th, 2012 - by PJ Lifestyle News

U2′s Bono to become the world’s richest musician tomorrow (May 18) | News | NME.COM. U2 frontman Bono will become the richest musician in the world tomorrow (May 18), overtaking Paul McCartney. Facebook is set to float on the stock exchange tomorrow and all its early investors are set to earn huge amounts of money […]