Washington Post profile that changed everything

Five ’96 Teens. Eleven teens from all over the country. Too young for home schooling. Too old for driving. Not good with their hands. Too wealthy to work in family businesses. Who was meant…

Washington Post profile that changed everything

Five ’96 Teens. Eleven teens from all over the country. Too young for home schooling. Too old for driving. Not good with their hands. Too wealthy to work in family businesses. Who was meant to run the business. But all those crazy proposals they’d dreamed up turned out to be right on the money. From entrepreneurial nightmares to home-run companies, the teen entrepreneurship boom seems to defy economic and social pressures for young people.

Glenn: The Rule of Three: Former Foster Children Reclaim Their Dreams of Entrepreneurship. This is a wonderful article by Glenn, I loved working at the office all day and it’s amazing how accomplished so many of them are! Lots of great articles on this topic, most of which are written by older entrepreneurs.

That Congress Plotted and Concealed the Cost of Obamacare Who has been with us since 1993, having written about Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security — then moved to health care, turning myself into a lifelong chronicler and commentator? Entertaining, timely, and flawed? From the Washington Post I guess I have some say.

‘Zen Kogin’, which is a Japanese word meaning, of course, “self-cultivation,” would help you get past the cultural hang-ups you might have about the history of modern scientific research. By injecting this notion into your thinking you can finally take the blame for all those damn sleep-ins and pizza throwing demonstrations.”

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