It is a pyramid scheme

Let’s forget about “the who” or “they” for a minute and look at the facts and the “why”. Yes, this article is about sales and marketing. But sales are about thinking logically and educating people so they can make their own decisions. Here’s what “they” say about MLM and direct marketing: “It’s a pyramid scheme.” “They” say a lot of […]

Colonoscopies are over-promoted, over-prescribed, and overcharged; consumers must resist and rebel

Introduction: some questions to set the stage Should you trust your doctor? Is the medical system organized and controlled by the modern equivalent of highway robbers? What can we learn from the way colonoscopies are promoted and valued in the United States? What is the most important lesson to take from a brief exploration of these questions? Here are short […]

LSAT – 5 Big Tips for LSAT Success

1. Everything is in time As you flip through a practice LSAT test book, you read the questions and think, “Yes, I could answer that question.” But can you answer more than 20 of them in 20 minutes? And you can count on yourself not to panic when you hear the supervisor yell, “5 minutes left!” It certainly helps to […]

Homeschooling to the stars, and with the stars!

What do Lindsay Lohan (Herbie, Freaky Friday), Raven Symone (That’s So Raven) and Elijah Wood (Lord of the Rings) have in common? It’s not a new movie or show, or a Hollywood show they were seen in … it’s their status as homeschoolers! Each of these famous young actors joins the ranks of successful homeschoolers who have attended Laurel Springs […]

Five ways to avoid the DV lottery trap

Anticipated by many people around the world, it is perhaps their only chance to establish permanent residence in the US To enjoy privileges like living and working permanently in the US Not only do participants have the rights, but also their families! The DV lottery or the official green card lottery as such is the right option to choose if […]

Writing tip: pronunciation verbs

Josie shook her head, “It will never work.” “I can’t believe that worked,” Ben laughed. Miss Gilmore woke them up with a yell, “It’s time to get up!” “What the heck is an expression verb?” Maria asked. In the sentences above, the phrase “Mary asked” is often called a tag. The phrases “Josie shook her head” and “Ben chuckled” may […]

Linguistic Features of the King James Version Bible

Since its publication in 1611, the King James Version (KJV) Bible, also known as the Authorized Version (AV), has been the most revered, read, and loved of all forty-five current English-language Bibles. The construction of this literary masterpiece is possibly the most ambitious academic project in the world. Initiated in 1604, King James I of Scotland and King VI of […]

Understanding the King James Bible (Part 1): You and You

The King James Bible (1611) is among the most influential books in the world. Many words are archaic and have not been used since the first printing of the work. Although many English-speaking readers and English Language School (ELS) students have trouble understanding words and their meanings, the KJV is still read today by most evangelical Christians. One of the […]