There’s a common misconception that if you’re opposed to government services, programs and/or departments, then you’re opposed to building roads, education, people getting affordable health care and even people taking care of the sick and elderly. These misconceptions are becoming more apparent as the free market offers solutions and options using innovation and technology, as the government continues to fall in on itself.
Six months into the pregnancy, we received a letter explaining that due to the changes in the law, our policy would no longer cover maternity services.
I continue to be amazed at the ingenuity of people and individuals working toward solutions in the marketplace, in spite of government. Over time government has assumed more and more control over medical decisions that individuals make everyday. Continue reading “FEE: How the Market Is Already Repealing Obamacare”
[Editor’s note: Feminism has done much to destabilize the home. The example of the Proverbs 31 woman with her business and market savvy are a stabilizing force for home and family life. ] For many of our forebears, home wasn’t just a place to live — it was a center of commerce. Whether by running a cottage industry or a family farm, our ancestors earned a living … Continue reading Crown Financial: Making Money From Home
Another great piece on the reality of college. For alternative ideas about higher education, The Family Economics Conference hosted by Generations With Vision has covered that topic with panel discussions by Fathers and Sons who have proven there is no need for college. Mature, capable, financially stable and ready to marry before most are out of college. The homeschool movement has proven itself. Also see … Continue reading Why I hated College
Where charity failed and hurt the Haitian economy entrepreneurial vision made way for hope to become reality. Haitian women rebuild their lives by embracing and capitalizing on the pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness. Shelley Clay founded Papillon Enterprise in 2008 after quickly surmising the worth for Haitians of business startups versus charity handouts. Shelley and her husband, Corrigan, traveled to Haiti in 2007 hoping … Continue reading Entrepreneurship Helps Hatian Women Keep Their Children
‘February Is Red’. Click to see… Did you know that LAF/Beautiful Womanhood is on Pinterest? We are. We’ve been building boards that will bring you vision, inspiration, good deals, resources and business opportunity that fits with your life and style. Some people tweet, some are facebookers, and some love to pin. We hope we’ve captured your Pinterest. Why are we on Pinterest? We are launching the … Continue reading Join us for the ‘February is Red’ Pinterest Promotion & Marketplace Launch
Patrick F. Fagan, Andrew J. Kidd and Henry Potrykus
The economic well-being of the United States is strongly related to marriage, which is a choice about how we channel our sexuality. The implications of sexual choices are apparent when comparing family structures across basic economic measures such as employment, income, net worth, poverty, receipt of welfare, and child economic well-being. In all of these the stable, intact married family outperforms other sexual partnering structures; hence the economy rises with the former and encounters more difficulties and inefficiencies as it diverges from it. Continue reading “Marriage and Economic Well Being: The Economy of the Family Rises or Falls with Marriage”
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says business is about people first, money second and to be about people means supporting the current state of cultural depravity. That is what makes good business sense. Build a culture of moral decline and undermine traditional marriage inspite of the fact that it’s been proven to create cultural and economic stability. That was his answer to Tom Strobhar, founder of the … Continue reading Starbucks CEO: “If You Support Traditional Marriage, There’s the Door…”
I think everyone knows and understands there is no such entity as a “Christian business.” A business is a corporation, partnership, or proprietorship. Yet a business may reflect the values of the principal owners and managers. It is these values that determine whether or not a business is labeled Christian or non-Christian. We are told in James 1:22 to be “doers” of the Word. A … Continue reading What is a Christian Business?