What are the people of Venezuela doing to combat tyranny? Do people in such oppression do anything to push back against socialism? Undoubtedly they do and it is a battle that goes on every day, although its one the US media seldom reports upon. Following is a piece written by one of Venezuela’s citizens who is involved in the push-back there.
It’s about Big Sky One. It seems as time goes on the mapping of the proposed project changes, and it needs more money to proceed. Now they are talking about $578,000. for a lobbyist and design plans–to lobby the state legislature. No bricks or mortar, just more “PR”. When they made the first proposal, they had plans. I guess as they keep changing the concept, the plans aren’t keeping up.
As spring approaches and schools are nearing the point of releasing another generation of graduates, there will be many young people trying to sort out what to do next. Some already have goals and know the path they want to follow, but for far too many, the uncertainties appear so overwhelming that they will opt to sit in their parents’ basement rather than embrace the next adventure.
Almost everybody bemoans the difficulties in trying to maintain a healthy balance between family and work. But for entrepreneurs, the inability to find that balance is not just unhealthy, it can result in the failure of both the business and the loss of the family.
New Businesses January 2019
Bruce Flooring, 639 Samuel Ct, 59105, 591-8031, Cody Bruce, service
Broadwater Self Storage Inc, 2039 Broadwater Ave, 59102, Roger Daniel, service
101 Construction Services, 1206 Colton Blvd, 59102, 860-4342, Gary Kummerfeld, general contractors