Two questions concerning the 2014 Occidental “Let’s Elect Democrats” program

After seeing this article concerning Occidental College's involvement in the political process for school credit The results were the first for Occidental's biannual program, in which students spend the beginning of a semester working in the field and then return to campus, studying campaign tactics and political theory, discussing their experiences and the results of … Continue reading Two questions concerning the 2014 Occidental “Let’s Elect Democrats” program

Arguing With A Liberal: I’ll Never Learn

  By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT -- Probably nowhere in the world of social media can one find more of a cesspool of rumor, misinformation, immaturity, and drama than on Facebook. There is maybe some merit for Twitter: I usually get breaking news faster on Twitter than anywhere else.  Tweets are, of course, thankfully limited to … Continue reading Arguing With A Liberal: I’ll Never Learn

Democrats Ferguson and the Danger of an Army of Niches

Niche markets can be a fine thing. If your goal is to make a good living for your company and yourself, catering to a small group that the general market does not can be profitable and to some degree rewarding. The problem with a niche market is it's hard to grow a business on a … Continue reading Democrats Ferguson and the Danger of an Army of Niches