“The average American will never work for Google or Apple. But the rise of the high tech sector matters to all of us, including those who work outside high tech. One important reason is that attracting an Internet company or a biotech company to a city results in significant job gains for workers in the local service sector – occupations like waiters, carpenters, doctors and teachers. I call this the multiplier effect. This multiplier effect is surprisingly large. My research shows that for each new high tech job in a city, five additional jobs are created outside high tech in that city. In essence, from the point of view of a city, a high-tech job is much more than a job.”—
Selfish Public Education! The School is focused on passing having their students pass an exam instead of engaging in valuable learning and life enriching experience through music, that pays dividends in the long run. Shame on this principal and the school administration! Public education in FL is the worst in the entire country. For the sake of my children, thank God we moved north!
This makes me weep for the state of our country. I hate polotics and am usually completely apathetic. But, this is complete and utter manipulation! Let history speak for itself Mr. Obama, you fraudulent hack. “Change” must happen through the people, and through action, not manipulation. Connecting your own policies to past leaders undermines your policies completely, and degrades the work of your predecessors. If they work, someone else will connect them historically for you, why don’t you worry about getting the work done, instead of patting yourself on the back using the hard work that leaders who have come before have done and proven their abilities. You have not. Get some integrity. Epic Presidential Fail!
“The cord of longing which drew him to the invisible isle seemed to him at that moment to have been fastened long, long before his coming to Perelandra, long before the earliest times that memory could recover in his childhood, before birth, before the birth of man himself, before the origins of time. It was sharp, sweet, wild, and holy, all in one, and in any world where man’s nerves have ceased to obey their central desires would doubtless have been aphrodisiac too…”—~ C. S. Lewis, Perelandra