WASHINGTON, May 23, 2014 – This week’s Friday evening show includes Business Editor and writer Terry Ponick, the Morning Market Maven, who will be speaking with writer, and 2012 Presidential candidate T.J. O’Hara, who writes A Civil Assessment. Terry and T.J. will be discussing the role of the president as America’s CEO. Where do his responsibilities begin and end when it comes to his “employees'” performance.
Our second segment features Coloradoan Al Maurer, who writes Red Pill, Blue Pill. Maurer will be speaking with high school graduate Greg Stonebrurner who:
“as a graduation senior prank on May 9, Stoneburner replaced the school flag with the Gadsden flag, which flew on the school’s flagpole underneath the Stars and Stripes. He also posted a short history lesson on the Gadsden flag on the flag pole, as well as an explanation stating that the posting of the flag was not to push any political affiliation, but rather to encourage historical and contemporary discussion about our student rights.”
READ ALSO: High school principal treads on Gadsden flag
The school principal seems to be ignorant of her American history.
Then Dr. Jim Picht, Senior Editor of Communities Digital News and professor at the Louisiana Scholars’ College, Louisiana’s designated honors college, will be talking to Dr. Cassi Fields, The Career Doctor, about what college students should be looking for in summer jobs and internships.
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