Austin Hill is an Author, Consultant, and Host of "Austin Hill's Big World of Small Business," a syndicated talk show about small business ownership and entrepreneurship. He is Co-Author of the new release "The Virtues Of Capitalism: A Moral Case For Free Markets." , Author of "White House Confidential: The Little Book Of Weird Presidential History," and a frequent guest host for Washington, DC's 105.9 WMAL Talk Radio.
As the owner of Hill Communications, LLC, he consults small business owners and other professionals on issues of marketing, planning, and strategic communication. He served as a speech writer and communication adviser to former U.S. Congressman Matt Salmon, and has been heard on several of America's most prolific talk radio outlets including KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles, and Sirius XM Satellite Radio. Hill holds a Bachelor's Degree in English Literature from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, and a Master's Degree in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Biola University, CA.
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If you own a house or car, should you be free to do what you want with it?
The illogic of Head and the other "protesters" is astounding. It seems to assume that destroying other people's property will satiate one's desire for "justice," or what may more accurately be described as a quest for "vengeance."
Its noteworthy that the President is saving his surprise until after this years elections. And its difficult to know if he can be stopped, regardless of who wins in November.
Uber.Com. AirBnB.Com. TaskRabbit.Com. What are these websites about, and why are they so controversial?
"MCDonalds Mcdonalds, can't you see...Seven-forty is not for me..."
Participation in the US labor force is at an all-time low, consumption of taxpayer funded welfare services is at an all-time high, and the greatest level of "job creation" is in the part-time category.
Despite the socialistic sounding name, the essence of "the sharing economy" is actually very positive.
It is likely, however, that many in Congress neither think about nor care about the religious liberties of business owners.
In addition to its troubles with YAL, last week Boise State University was named in a lawsuit filed by the non-profit “Alliance Defending Freedom” organization.
What could possibly help elevate the earnings of entry-level workers better than a new minimum wage law? How about a thriving economy and near-zero unemployment!
“The U.S. economy shrinks, but it’s not a big deal.”
Last week's naval confrontation between Vietnam and China involved an old and unresolved territorial dispute in the South China Sea. For decades, the Communist neighbors have sparred over the islets. However, Hanoi's high-risk response led to the most dangerous clash since the bloody 1979 China-Vietnam border war.
Have you noticed that the cries of the cultural and political “left” in the U.S. are becoming more venomous and shrill?
Should President Barack Obama give approval for the Keystone XL Pipeline project? Or should he continue to oppose the venture that would undoubtedly grow business, increase jobs and create new wealth for middle class working Americans, all for the sake of saving the planet from “global warming?”
Good news: the U.S. Department of Agriculture has published research indicating that there are lots of un-filled jobs and career opportunities in the farming industry. Bad news: the Obama Administration has been cannibalizing the nation’s farmers for the bigger part of the last six years.
How can the United States of America jump-start job creation?
Will Americans continue allowing a radicalized environmental agenda to animate Washington, one that prohibits the utilization of natural resources – oil in particular – and that squelches the nation’s economy?
The President’s popularity is crashing, congressional Democrats are on the run, and America is about to make a shift to the “right” in the upcoming elections –right?
If you’ve ever wondered how the United States got in to its current mess of a stagnant economy and out-of-control government, I have a suggestion.