John and Laurie Wiles, the Driving Me Crazy Duo Review / Test Drive the 2020 Lexus UX 250h F Sport, Gabrielle M. Etzel, The Unvarnished Blog Editor in Chief, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large, on Westchester On the Level – Thursday, November 7, 2019 @10am DST

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 Call-in telephone number for Guests and Listeners: (347) 205-9201.  Broadcast Heard “Live” or “On Demand” via the Internet … http://tobtr.com/s/11564317  The subject matter to be discussed is defined herein. Please note the broadcast goes “live” at 10am DST sharp  and is archived by 12:15PM PINEHURST, NC, GROVE CITY, PA, and YONKERS, NY — John and Laurie Wiles review the 2020 …

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Liberalism Part I of IV: Understanding the Ideology Tree
By GABRIELLE M. ETZEL

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Have you ever wondered why political parties that preach similar values–like justice, equality, prosperity, and liberty–have radically opposing policy proposals on how to achieve these goals? The Unvarnished Blog’s four-part series on liberalism seeks to delve into the dominant political ideology of the western world in order to answer this exact question. In a format designed to inform, engage, and …

Gabrielle EtzelLiberalism Part I of IV: Understanding the Ideology Tree
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Free the Lemonade: Occupational Licensing as a Barrier to Young Entrepreneurship
By GABRIELLE ETZEL

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This week, three young girls in my neighborhood officially became capitalists by selling braided friendship bracelets on the roadside. When I asked the girls–between the ages of 8 and 12–why they chose to seize this particular opportunity, they told me that their initial idea was a lemonade stand, but that they lacked the central ingredient: lemons. I didn’t have the …

Gabrielle EtzelFree the Lemonade: Occupational Licensing as a Barrier to Young Entrepreneurship
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