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Teen Learns Her Parents Aren’t Going To Pay An Allowance Forever

Posted on March 5, 2014

A New Jersey senior is suing her parents for support and college tuition, claiming they kicked her out of the house. Rachel Canning’s parents though say she left their home last year of her own accord, not wanting to follow their rules, which included keeping a curfew, doing some chores and reconsidering a boyfriend relationship […]

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Betrayal and Its Consequences

Written by Gary North on January 2, 2014

I could write a book titled David And. . . Chapters: David and Goliath. David and Bathsheba. David and Joab. David and Absalom. David and Barzillai. But the most depressing chapter would be David and Uriah. In the New Testament, the worst betrayal is the story of Judas and Jesus. In the Old Testament, it […]

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Facial Profiling. First, Oprah. Now This!

Written by Gary North on August 22, 2013

Duck Dynasty opened this season with the largest audience for a non-fiction show in the history of cable TV: almost 12 million viewers. But the show has not made it into certain circles in New York City. Jase Robertson had a run-in with a facial profiler. He tells the story here. You will also learn […]

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Fake Government Statistic: It Costs $241,000 to Raise a Child

Written by Gary North on August 15, 2013

The U.S. Department of Agriculture issues this statistic every year. Reporters dutifully report it. There is no more misleading statistic that the government releases each year. It is clearly preposterous. It is never challenged by the media. No one asks this: “Why should the USDA be gathering these statistics?” Food absorbs less than 20% of […]

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How to Help a Teenager Start a Business

Written by Gary North on December 5, 2012

Here is a great idea. It’s from Marsha Friedman, a very savvy lady in the field of public relations. But this isn’t about public relations. It’s about helping teenagers. Do You Know a Child Who Wants to Start a Business? ‘Chicken Soup’ Author Talks to ‘Kidpreneurs’  Last week, I offered tips in honor of National […]

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