Give me a break is a collection of the best pieces of over 25 writers. The theme ranges from how they want a break in their life, to some more of their beautiful pieces. Not only will it peak your interest, but you will also get to understand varied reasons for break in a person's life.
Ballooning government? Millionaire welfare queens? Tort lawyers run amok? A $330,000 outhouse, paid for with your tax dollars? John Stossel says, "Give me a break." When he hit the airwaves thirty years ago, Stossel helped create a whole new category of news, dedicated to protecting and informing consumers. As a crusading reporter, he chased snake-oil peddlers, rip-off artists, and corporate thieves, winning the applause of his peers. But along the way, he noticed that there was something far more troublesome going on: While the networks screamed about the dangers of exploding BIC lighters and coffeepots, worse risks were ignored. And while reporters were teaming up with lawyers and legislators to stick it to big business, they seldom reported the ways the free market made life better. In Give Me a Break, Stossel explains how ambitious bureaucrats, intellectually lazy reporters, and greedy lawyers make your life worse even as they claim to protect your interests. Taking on such sacred cows as the FDA, the War on Drugs, and scaremongering environmental activists -- and backing up his trademark irreverence with careful reasoning and research -- he shows how the problems that government tries and fails to fix can be solved better by the extraordinary power of the free market. He traces his journey from cub reporter to 20/20 co-anchor, revealing his battles to get his ideas to the public, his struggle to overcome stuttering, and his eventual realization that, for years, much of his reporting missed the point. Stossel concludes the book with a provocative blueprint for change: a simple plan in the spirit of the Founding Fathers to ensure that America remains a place "where free minds -- and free markets -- make good things happen."
A guide for teenagers on how to handle stress caused by such things as peer pressure, parents, school, family problems, emotions, sex, and religion. Each problem is examined and discussed from a Christian viewpoint.
Culver presents a model for getting to the heart of why people never seem to have enough time --and how to create the time they actually need. A past workaholic, successful business owner, and consultant to large corporations, Culver's solution is to first redefine the beliefs that drive the behavior and from there reset priorities, create better systems, practice better habits, and finally, invest in reflection, review, and renewal.
A hilarious slice-of-life about greed, wealth, and one man's search for some peace and quiet! Desperate to get away from the city and take a much-needed break, Swami escapes to a quiet country farmhouse where he hopes he can relax in nature. But if only it was that easy! Swami, Jigneshbhai and his talkative Shridhar Mama soon stumble on much more than they bargained for. Swami's long-lost activist friend is on his own trip, lamenting his life and eagerly looking to make a quick buck. His ambitious boss is on a mission to get to the next level - no matter what it takes. And a young and trendy fashionista couple dream of finding the perfect land to set up shop. As everyone descends on the countryside, each driven by their own greed, Swami begins to wonder if he's really getting a break at all! And little does he know that when he returns home, things are about to get even crazier than before... Blending classic slice-of-life humor with anecdotal satire, Give Me a Break paints a hilarious and relatable picture of greed, ambition, and human nature. Reminiscent of the timeless literary and humorous novels of old, this book is perfect for fans of fun and engaging books steeped in everyday human problems. Grab your copy now!
Maddie’s ski vacation is shaping up to be a disaster—can she catch a break? A surprise ski trip with her dad is just what Maddie’s winter vacation needs. And when Dad says she can bring along her BFF Aimee and her pug, Phinnie, it’s guaranteed to be the best week ever. But things keep going wrong: First the group gets a flat tire, and then there’s snow in their hotel room. It seems like Maddie has the most terrible luck ever—and to make matters worse, she and Aimee can’t stop fighting. Can a ski class full of cute boys turn this vacation around?
This notebook is inspired by all women software developer, software engineer, women in stem, women in tech who love their profession and have style.This is a blank lined journal that's a convenient size to take anywhere. Other features include:55 sheets / 110 pages6x9 inchesDurable white paperSleek, matte-finished cover for a professional look