Highlights (10.22)

The financial world is getting more inter­esting by the day. Not because anything espe­cially spec­tac­ular is happening, but because more people are using misin­for­ma­tion to teach others how money should be used. Tact onto that poor advice handed out by marketers and you’ve got yourself a very inter­esting financial envi­ron­ment. It’ll be inter­esting to see what happens.

Two Kinds of Idealists — David French posts two videos about young idealists. You decided which one is going somewhere.

What if the NFL Played by Teachers’ Rules? — What if the NFL’s pay structure was the same as teachers? What if their union demanded the same kind of packages? A very inter­esting article.

The ‘Hunger’ Hoax — Thomas Sowell chal­lenged the idea that 1 in 8 American children are going hungry at night. Without evidence to support the claim, why do politi­cians keep bringing the statistic up?

13 Part-time Jobs with Benefits — The name says it all. A good article for anyone looking for a few extra bucks!

Children sue mom for ‘bad mothering’ — and lose — Just when I thought this article was going to ruin my hope for humanity, the judge came through!

Blood­lines — An honest and beautiful docu­men­tary about John Piper’s racist past and the redeeming power of Christ.

4 Responses to “Highlights (10.22)”

  1. dustin October 22, 2011 at 12:37 PM #

    That NFL/Teachers/WSJ article = inter­esting read!

    • Alex October 23, 2011 at 6:17 PM #

      I agree! It’s something worth thinking about

  2. Pastor Matt October 23, 2011 at 2:13 PM #

    Great collec­tion of links,bro. I loved the NFL-teachers article.

    • Alex October 23, 2011 at 6:17 PM #

      Thanks, Matt!

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