Keith Jackson, MD – We all know in our hearts that a well functioning society should reward intelligence and hard work. This runs counter to the thinking of those who consider this concept aggressively hurtful to the stupid and lazy, but it is something we know should be true. Merit should matter. Similarly, we know that well functioning medical care should reward good care of the sick and the intelligent pursuit of seeking even better outcomes. Many things are working against merit-based reward in health care, however.
Capitalistic principles should help reward the best medical practitioners. After all, in the archetypical example, if you make the best basket, I’m more likely to part with my best pelt in trade. Merit is rewarded most reasonably with the capitalistic model. If the doctor is known to provide the best care, he will be the most financially successful. Continue reading “How Health Care Works in America, and Why It’s So Bad”
Alexandra Bruce – It is difficult to watch our fellow Americans celebrate our country’s sacrificial offering on the Globalists’ pyre.
Kerry Cassidy is here with a perspective on how this latest inauguration insult is just another battle in a long war that has been waged since the late 1700s and especially since the JFK Assassination, an act which cemented the Satanic plan for a New World Order.
She explains, “It’s not so important that we know the details. It is enough to know that this is an ongoing war, that you’re fighting for freedom, for human freedom all around the world…it’s just one of the innings. Continue reading “The Trump Team Decided To Expose These Stolen Elections [Video]”
Thomas Gallatin – In those indelible words of Inigo Montoya, “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” Just because Joe Biden repeatedly referenced “unity” in his inaugural speech doesn’t make his agenda a unifying one.
That fact was made clear by the actions he took immediately after entering the Oval Office. You see, when Biden and the Democrats call for “unity,” what they really mean is acquiescence to their leftist agenda. Unity should never be an end in and of itself. Of far greater importance is the ideal or agenda to which one is being called to conform or agree. Continue reading “Civility, Not Unity”
Not every startup becomes a success story. The road to success in entrepreneurship isn’t smooth or straight. It’s filled with obstacles and challenges you must overcome to achieve your business goals.
It takes small business owners years to make their companies profitable. How do they do that? Well, assessing successful entrepreneurs’ biographies allowed us to summarize the qualities you need to become one of them. You can say we’re providing you with tried and tested shortcuts to success.
Here are a few of these valuable tips.
1. Create something valuable
Why do most startups fail to survive? Because they don’t offer something unique or valuable. Unless you’re providing a distinct product/service, customers won’t be interested. If alternatives to your product already exist, make yours superior to them. Continue reading “Shortcuts To Becoming A Successful Entrepreneur”
Jim Self – The third-dimensional chakras operate as barometers of balance or imbalance. If you know what they do, you will have an opportunity to refocus your attention and begin to realign yourself. All seven major chakras support us, but for most of us, the lower three chakras guide the life we experience.
First chakra: Survival
The first chakra’s job is to keep you safe so that you may fulfill your purpose in this lifetime. If you are threatened and it’s not the exit point of your life, the first chakra overrides everything to keep you safe. It will activate the flight or fight mechanism and cause you to jump back onto the curb before the bus hits you. The first chakra is located at the lowest tip of your spine. Continue reading “Sympathy, Empathy and Compassion”