In 2004, there were approximately 24.7 million businesses in the United States, according to Office of Advocacy estimates. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) estimates there were 29.3 million nonfarm business tax returns in 2004. From "Small Business Notes" online edition. Now I maybe over simplifying the issue but, if every one of those business owners hire just one person that will go a long way to easing the problems in this economy. What these business owners need to understand is that they must help people get back to work so this in turn will help them. Starts with the business owners we can't do it on our own!
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Everybody lies that is what I heard when I used to watch Doctor House on television and whether you think commercials have been subtlety lying to us for years they are doing it blatantly now. There is a commercial where a woman is trying to win a radio contest and she is asked if she has even won before and she denies. All the while her home is filled with the spoils of her past victories an obvious lie. . For sometime a lot of the sit- coms have been using lying as the main plot theme. Consequently, we can conclude that lying has gone main stream in America. However, then why is it a crime to lie to a police officer, when we teach the art of lying on television?