In this episode of The Good Dad Project Podcast, America’s money man Jordan Goodman shares insights on paying off our mortgages and credit card debit and saving for the future.
These creative ideas will add new life and a modern touch to your home.
Eat cheap amazing food and love your fricken life!
Dr. David Lee Asbery discusses how his views about child support changed after his own divorce and suggests ways that men can start viewing similar situations in a new light.
You can’t buy happiness, and I’m not one to put a price on it; however, I am open to leasing options. For the children.
Kyle Wiley made the most of the government shutdown by using it as a teaching tool for his two young children.
Patrick Brothwell is trying to figure out why he continually bites the proverbial hand that feeds him.
If eating healthy, organic food is important to you, the sky’s the limit in terms of cost.
Fast food workers strike outside the McDonalds location on Union Square.
Peter S. Goodman believes raising the minimum wage would be a jolt of stimulus benefiting everyone — because otherwise minimum wage earners need government assistance just to survive.
Ken Goldstein favors a pro-business compromise on the economy.
Gravy is a problem, but pork is quite alright. There is an important and critical distinction between paying lip service to participatory democracy and actually listening to constituents. If you hear without listening, and do what you were planning to do anyway, then what’s the point of town hall meetings? Luckily, the mayor is just…
As a new budget deal appears to be in sight, we ask the question.
The looming government shutdown is already affecting our active military. The Good Men Project talks to an Army Reservist stationed in Khowst Province, Afghanistan, about our troops’ reaction to Washington’s games.
I know we need to cut costs, but this? Say it ain’t so. Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New York City have cancelled Christmas.