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Kevin Price
Kevin Price is Publisher and Editor in Chief of US Daily Review and Host of the Price of Business on 1110 AM KTEK in Houston, Texas. He is the author of Empowerment to the People and has twice received the George Washington Honor Medal in Communications from the Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge. His column is nationally syndicated and he is a frequent guest on major media around the country, being found on Fox News, Fox Business and other networks. For more see at

Entries by Kevin Price

The Super Rich and Their Strange Allies

(0) Comments | Posted August 20, 2014 | 4:43 PM

If you read the fairy tale weaved by the major media and our history books, we would believe that liberal policies are beneficial to everyone, whether those policies are popular are not. The upper classes can complain all they want, but they sleep better at night knowing that the government...

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Senior House Republicans' Threat to Barack Obama

(17) Comments | Posted August 5, 2014 | 2:26 PM

This past week many members of the media received an email from one of the most senior House Republicans about President Obama's use of executive orders. It has "threat" written all over it, from the headline to the actual press release.

The slug reads, "House Republicans Defend the Constitution Against...

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Rule-of-Law and Property-Rights Crisis in Houston?

(2) Comments | Posted July 30, 2014 | 12:08 PM

Houston has developed a reputation as the entrepreneurial capital of Texas, if not the United States. It is the fourth-largest city in the nation and is poised to supplant Chicago as number three by next year. It is a magnet for enterprises ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies. It...

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The GOP Needs an Obamacare Strategy

(4) Comments | Posted April 7, 2014 | 7:59 PM

After a long period in the political winter, it appears that the GOP finally has something to be excited about -- the Obama administration's health care debacle. However, now they have "caught" something, they need to figure out what they need to do with it. I have been visiting with...

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GOP and the Dicey Debt Ceiling Waters

(2) Comments | Posted October 7, 2013 | 11:36 AM

I'm alarmed by the prolific spending that has taken place in Washington, D.C. for the last several years. This bipartisan created problem of "transferring the wealth" of future generations at the rate of $17 trillion in debt to voters today, is arguably mob rule at its worst. With that, I...

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Rumors Surround Newt Gingrich as Possible Senate Candidate

(2) Comments | Posted September 19, 2013 | 1:37 PM

I have met Newt Gingrich several times over the years. We first met when he was a "young turk" in the U.S. House trying to keep the Democrat leadership on its toes by calling for investigations, starting the practice of exploiting C-SPAN for political gain, and other "guerilla tactics" that...

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Entrepreneur 'Eaten Alive' on Shark Tank

(2) Comments | Posted September 12, 2013 | 1:31 PM

Recently, I had a chance to catch the season finale of Shark Tank. I have enjoyed the show for a couple of years. I love the drama that ensues as the sharks begin their attack on an entrepreneur and watching the back and forth dialogue between them.

One service...

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Regarding Syria, Will Congress Say 'Hell No, You Can't Go'?

(3) Comments | Posted September 3, 2013 | 11:25 AM

President Obama has rarely had problems making unilateral decisions. In fact, he has been more than willing to implement policies even after they were overturned by another branch of government. Furthermore, he has also allowed agencies to do things in disregard of Congressional oversight. We have even seen this in...

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Echoes of the 'Bush Doctrine' in Obama's Syria Rhetoric

(4) Comments | Posted August 29, 2013 | 3:13 PM

The controversial Bush Doctrine that became a political football over the last several campaigns now seems to be a part of Obama's strategy in dealing with the possibility that the Syria regime used chemical weapons against its own people. The "Bush Doctrine" was first used by Charles Krauthammer in June...

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The Man Who Coined "Gamification" Takes Loyalty to a New Level

(0) Comments | Posted August 20, 2013 | 8:21 AM

We are now living our lives online - community, entertainment, work, finances - virtually everything we do -- by technology and throwing off reams of data (big data) about our activity. Smart companies are feeding this user-activity data into gamification systems which use data-driven motivational techniques to power engagement, high-value...

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Harvard Business Students Have Made a Model that Could Make Traditional Business Consultants Nervous

(11) Comments | Posted August 13, 2013 | 1:42 PM

Small businesses make up half of the GDP of the U.S. However, the country's confidence is at historic lows. Adding new hires is risky, regulations are burdensome, and few want to make substantial financial commitments to growth that may never materialize. Across the country, smaller companies have begun to rely...

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How CNN Could Become the Highest-Rated News Network

(0) Comments | Posted July 19, 2013 | 12:06 PM

Being in media, I like to check out the industry's rags. Recently, I have done something I have done for many years, seen a story that should be a broken record to any competitor of the Fox News Network. The article ran in TV Newser, which is a...

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Small Business on the Grow in the Big Easy

(0) Comments | Posted April 10, 2013 | 2:28 PM

According to the Small Business Administration more than 65 percent of all jobs are created by small businesses. With that, it should be no surprise that there are events designed to celebrate and contribute to their success. One such event is GrowCo by Inc. Magazine. Most...

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Lessons in Obsolescence From Former Technology Leaders

(0) Comments | Posted March 14, 2013 | 2:57 PM

Ernest von Simson has been in the front row of watching the challenges and opportunities facing the information technology industry. He is a senior partner at Ostriker von Simson, a consultancy which assists the largest worldwide enterprises in the selection and deployment of advanced technologies and leading edge software providers....

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Making Your House as Smart as Your Car and Even Your Phone

(0) Comments | Posted March 5, 2013 | 1:20 PM

About a dozen years ago, Cees Links led a team of Dutch engineers (from AT&T & Lucent) to develop and create the first wireless networking technology - Wi-Fi. The technology worked, but the industry was slow to see the benefits of wireless networking - that is until Apple's Steve Jobs...

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A New Leader in Multimedia Platforms or Just Another Pretty Logo?

(1) Comments | Posted February 20, 2013 | 12:06 PM

I remember in the early days of YouTube people questioned how far the new site would go. I mean, it was "just a video player" and its most memorable trait was its logo, that reminded people of enjoying TV back in the old days. Over time, the value...

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Making Old Technology Platforms Socially Relevant

(0) Comments | Posted February 7, 2013 | 4:55 PM

Recently I had the opportunity to interview Yaacov Cohen, Co-Founder and Social CEO of (previously known as Mainsoft) since 1999. A collaboration visionary, he believes in keeping it human. Technology needs to enhance our human interactions, not consume them. Yaacov and his team have eloquently combined human...

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Influencers vs. Advocates in New Media

(2) Comments | Posted January 21, 2013 | 6:50 PM

Most people have an opinion on most things, and many of them are willing to tell others, but do they have influence? That was an interesting topic covered in a panel in the NMX/BusinessNext Social media conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. The panel was led by social media...

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NMX is Not Just Another Blogging Event

(0) Comments | Posted January 7, 2013 | 9:40 AM

New media is hardly a "new thing," yet events like the NMX Expo (January 5 to 8, 2013 in Las Vegas, NV) continue to attract huge numbers as they seek to learn and understand all the opportunities available in new media. In particular, discovering how these media converge is paramount.

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Why Both Sides Might Want to Go Off the Fiscal Cliff

(4) Comments | Posted December 13, 2012 | 1:07 PM

The so-called "fiscal cliff" has dominated the news ever since the election ended, but it has hung over heads as a threat to the economy for much longer. The "cliff" is a combination of tax increases (created by not extending tax cuts that currently exist) and several deep spending cuts...

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