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I am an entrepreneur with a passion for realizing the American Dream. Currently I work in management and am a political contributor.
I have a passion for business and being a positive force in the economic growth of this country. Politics an social issues are of great interest to me as well. I enjoy challenging the thoughts and beliefs of both liberals and conservatives.
I am a conservative and thoroughly enjoy being one of the first producers on The Earl Hall Show. I also enjoy creating political videos for my YouTube Channel. Now I have my own show on the network Right Talk Wisconsin.
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Get a Real College Degree
Jul 18 16
If you’re thinking about enrolling in an online college, make sure that you’re doing it for the right reasons. A lot of new enrollees sign up, pay their tuition, and are disappointed that their online classes aren’t what they expected. There are definitely some good reasons for wanting to become an online student, such as the ability to balance school and family, the chance to earn a degree while continuing work, and the opportunity to enroll in an out-of-state institution.
But, enrolling for the wrong reason can lead to frustration, lost tuition money, and transcripts that make transferring to another school a challenge. Here are some of the worst reasons to enroll in an online college:
Bad Reason #1:
You think it will be easier. If you think that earning an online degree is going to be a piece of cake, forget about it. Any legitimate, accredited program is held to strict standards regarding the content and rigor of their online courses. Many people actually find online classes more challenging because without a regular in-person class to attend it can be difficult to find the motivation to stay on track and keep up with the work.
Bad Reason #2:
You think it will be cheaper. Online colleges aren’t necessarily cheaper than their brick-and-mortar counterparts. While they don’t have the overhead of a physical campus, course design can be costly and finding professors that are good at teaching and technologically competent can be a challenge. It’s true that some legitimate online colleges are very affordable. However, others are twice as much as comparable brick-and-mortar schools.
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Bad Reason #3:
You think it will be faster. If a school offers you a diploma in just a few weeks, you can rest assured that you’re being offered a piece of paper from a diploma mill and not an actual college. Using a diploma mill “degree” is not only unethical, it is illegal in many states. Some legitimate online colleges will help students transfer credits or earn credit based on exam. However, accredited colleges won’t let you breeze through classes or get credit based on un-proven “life experience.”
Bad Reason #4:
You want to avoid interacting with people. While it’s true that online colleges have less personal interaction, you should realize that most qua