Why We Need to Tax the Wealthiest 1%…Of Churches.
Author: Josh Siegel
My trust issues began in the summer before my junior year of high school. I played summer league basketball for my high school’s team and we were undefeated heading into the championship game against our crosstown rival. Some of the players on the team didn’t take summer league as seriously as I did and we […]
How 15 Seconds of Your Time Has Changed an Industry We all live in the apex of human entertainment, watching YouTube videos. Basically every type of video in every kind of field is available. On this virtual database, over 300 hours of video are uploaded every hour by users who keep the content rolling in […]
I’m graduating soon, which is both exciting and scary at the same time. When one graduates, they have the obvious question of “what do I want to do with myself” to answer, but seldom in life do we get the luxury of considering where we want to do it, like when one graduates college. When […]
An NBA player you’ve never heard of is about to make a boatload of money. Maybe it’s Ian Clarke of the Warriors who has a career average of only 10 minutes per game, or Otto Porter who finally had a half decent season for my Wizards, or Jonathon Simmons who the Spurs won’t be apt […]
For over thirty years the television giant ESPN has been broadcasting sports into living rooms across America and all over the world. The Disney-owned and Connecticut-based network boasts itself as “The Worldwide Leader in Sports,” a statement that is hard to refute when they cover such a large array of contests. In addition to covering […]