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Fixing the US Health Payment System: Repeal and Remove

Many say the US healthcare system is broken, but they are wrong.  To see a broken healthcare system, go places like Vietnam and see people dying on gurneys in hospital corridors, or even Great Britain  to see people waiting months for critical procedures.   1,248 more words

Small Investor

Marx: Karl or Groucho? A Serious Case for Free Enterprise

Did you know that the most assigned book in American universities is The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx? It is. The book is used in economics courses, but is even more widely assigned in philosophy and sociology departments. 777 more words

If Life Gives You Lemons...

It’s happened again.

Every summer there’s at least one story about some kid somewhere in these United States of America who sets up a lemonade stand and runs afoul of “the man.” You know, some bureaucrat who wants to rain on some poor snowflake’s free trade parade by citing laws and ordinances and zoning and sanitation and crap.  278 more words

Humor

Builders of the American Dream

Our recent celebration of Independence Day set me to thinking about how many of our holidays focus our attention on what has made America great and how it came about. 983 more words

TOP 10 MOMENTS IN SPAIN

On UDPhotos.com’s first trip to Spain, we came home salivating from the cuisine, as well as the adrenaline rush of this special week that included amazing tourist adventures, rare meetings with world changers and world-class service. 760 more words

True Truths

You Be The One To Fill Those Needs!

You Be The One To Fill Those Needs!

By Brian Hazelgren

Most of the books you read on the subject of finding a small business will tell you that the best place to start is with matching your skills and experiences to some business that requires those skills. 1,828 more words

Entrepreneurship

YE GODS

  BEAM ME UP, SCOTTIE—

—and give it wings~!

It was bad enough when America, in a fit of pique, decided to rename French fries as ‘Liberty fries’. 113 more words

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