Frank McKinney is an interesting guy. After being kicked out of 3 high schools and barely graduating from the 4th, he made his way through life and became an incredibly successful designer (and seller) of very high-end waterfront homes...average sales prices over $10 million. He does remarkable charity work in Haiti, not just giving money away but employing only local Haitians to create self-sustaining villages in that desperately poor country. It's called the Caring House Project. Frank is on an "unconventional book tour", visiting places like homeless shelters and soup kitchens to talk about the messages in his new book, "Aspire!", while also making donations. This should be a very interesting conversation. Again, here's the book link: Aspire! How to Create Your Own Reality and Alter Your DNA (frank-mckinney.com
Sticking with authors, we'll be joined by media lawyer and First Amendment expert Ian Rosenberg whose new comic-book style book is called The Fight for Free Speech: Ten Cases That Define Our First Amendment Freedoms. We'll talk about some very interesting Supreme Court cases and how free speech juris prudence has developed in the United States. Let's just say we have freer speech now than we used to, for which I'm very grateful.
Lindsay Datko of Jeffco Kids First will tell us about their "Quarantined Kids Project". You can learn more here: http://www.jeffcokidsfirst.com/
Where have all the workers gone? Well some are now working for themselves.
Thanks to Sen John Hickenlooper for this
It's still going on...and it's not going to stop soon: the fight over vaccine mandates
This would be a game changer for electric cars if it works
I hope he gets time in jail
I hope he gets time out of a job
What sort of adult, parent, or school administrator allows, much less enables, this sort of nonsense?
This is the weirdest story I've seen in a long time and more than a little icky
On this day in 1782, Britain signed a treaty recognizing the independence of the United States
Today's Videos (for futuristic car fans)
If you're a car buff you might have heard this story already...but maybe not because it involves cars that, while incredibly cool, are out of the financial reach of almost everybody. The 33-year-old Mate Rimac is really a wonder. Check this out if you love supercars...this one is all-electric: Home - Rimac Automobili (rimac-automobili.com)
And is this the future of travel? (What I wonder about, for real, is preventing mid-air crashes when there are a lot of vehicles like this.)