When Freedom Is Threatened From Within

| 02.26.2015 |

The fundamental aspects of human nature do not change. We are propelled by the same wants and needs as those of our ancestors. Although we may think we are more advanced, we will always be the same animal driven by the same social desires.

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The Best Times To Post On Social Media

| 02.25.2015 |

Is there really a right time and a wrong time to get your messaging seen via Facebook, Twitter and the other social media sites? This week, our friends at Argyle Social offer their advice on when you should take to social media and when you should point your browswer elsewhere.

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A Question Of Race And Economics

| 02.24.2015 |

The course of sociopolitical conversation, it often seems that many Americans are not entirely comfortable having a frank discussion on issues relating to race and economics. In his book Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed, Wall Street Journal editorial board member Jason L. Riley charges that well-intentioned government programs designed to empower African Americans had the opposite effect.

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Ariel Hyatt, founder of Cyber PR, Brooklyn, N.Y.

| 02.23.2015 |

This week, the Superstar in our spotlight is offering expert advice on crowdfunding. Ariel Hyatt is the founder of the influential Cyber PR agency and is a published author, professional speaker, educator and a social media and marketing performance expert.

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How To Remove Embarrassing Photos From Social Media

| 02.19.2015 |

Oh, yes, it seemed like a good idea at the time: photographs of you holding alcohol and extended middle fingers posted across the popular social media sites. This week, our friends at Krishna Infographics offer some cogent advice on removing those embarrassing photographs from social media. It isn't easy, as you might imagine, but it can be done.

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