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Our Best Tomorrow: Students Teaching Capitalism to America Kindle Edition

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In "Our Best Tomorrow," Rob and Lauren teach principles which, at times, have been overlooked in public school curricula. The book reminds our youth that in America, with hard work, education, and freedom we can achieve anything. It encourages critical thought about our businesses and government, contributing to a student's solid foundation for life. --Chris McDaniel, Kentucky Senator, President and Owner, McD Concrete

About the Author

Lauren E. Hudson Lauren, a student at Turkeyfoot Middle School in Northern Kentucky, wrote the fiction portions of this book over her 2013 summer break. Lauren is a Duke Scholar and has received a wide range of awards for academic achievement.

Lauren has been recognized for her writing talent, having been selected from the Northern Kentucky region to compete in state writing contests. She also serves on the Turkeyfoot Student Council.

A gifted presenter and actor, Lauren has received statewide recognition in Forensics speech and drama competitions, with starring roles in her school's last several drama productions. Lauren plays the piano and was a member of the Kentucky State Honor Choir, performing in the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts.

In 2011, Lauren presented a business speech to the Northern Kentucky Chamber, receiving a standing ovation. The Community Recorder and have featured Lauren repeatedly in stories about her leadership and versatility in academic and extracurricular activities. Lauren is also a talented scholar athlete. From the guard position, she led Turkeyfoot Middle School in scoring on the basketball court over the last two seasons. Lauren plays Elite Soccer for Kings-Hammer in Greater Cincinnati. Most recently, she started center-mid for Dixie High School Junior Varsity squad, leading the team in scoring as an 8th grader.

Robert D. Hudson Rob is an attorney and owner of the law firm Frost Brown Todd, LLC, representing businesses in the firm's labor and employment law practice group. Rob has been immersed in his region's economic development for over two decades. He helped lead Northern Kentucky's two largest business organizations, as Chair of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Covington Business Council. He served as President of the Northern Kentucky Society for Human Resources Management, President for Be-Concerned, Inc., President of the University of Kentucky Alumni Association in Greater Cincinnati, and as a Board Member for the Tri-County Economic Development Corporation.

Rob authored A Better Tomorrow Fighting for Capitalism and Jobs in the Heartland, which chronicled President Obama's first term in office from the perspective of a common sense business leader. The book became an Amazon #1 Hot New Release for Political Economy Books and an Amazon Bestseller. A Better Tomorrow received the Silver Medal at the 2013 National E-Lit Book Awards. The New York Book Festival selected it as one of 2013's top business books. Rob has also authored hundreds of pro-business columns for various publications.

A frequent lecturer and trainer on business, legal and leadership topics, Rob has been recognized as a Best Lawyer in America, Kentucky Super Lawyer, Cincy Leading Lawyer, and by Chambers and Partners as the "go to employment lawyer in Northern Kentucky." He has been inducted into the Taking Care of Business Hall of Fame and is a past recipient of the Area Development District's Outstanding Community Leadership Award. Rob served as a regular co-host for the television show "Leading Businesses, Leading Communities." He recently received the Northern Kentucky Frontiersman Award for lifetime achievement in serving businesses.

Rob met his wife-to-be, then Melissa Martin, at the University of Kentucky in 1980. After receiving a B.S. in Accounting with High Distinction, Rob graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law and moved to Greater Cincinnati. Rob and Melissa reside in Villa Hills, Kentucky with their two children, Robbie (age 17) and, of course, Lauren (age 13). Rob and Robbie coached youth athletics at Lakeside Christian Church for many years, where they taught Kentucky's two gospels simultaneously faith and basketball.

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  • File Size: 1119 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Headline Books (November 10, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 10, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GMA0UH0
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Written by my 14-year old son, Yiannis:

This is a story about three friends; Adelaide, Isabella and Jake. They all originate from different places but the meet up in California and become best friends. All of them are looking to become successful in their lives. The go to University and they start having their own companies. Adelaide becomes a fashion designer, Isabella manufactures glass and Jake creates new software for computers and eventually starts making his own. They all meet up in Kentucky (they have stores of their franchise there). Isabella wants to make the world better so she campaigns for Kentucky President. She is elected and makes Kentucky a better place. Wanting to do even more good she runs for US President. Her rival has more socialist ideas while she has capitalistic ideas. In the end Isabella and Jake get married, Isabella wins the elections, Adelaide’s clothes become known worldwide and they all live happily ever after.

At the end of nearly every chapter this books says how the story is connected to capitalism. Capitalism is simple and everyone should be able to understand it so this book tries to make people get it. Capitalism says that when things are done to encourage businesses to grow there are more and better jobs available. When a large amount of restrictions are placed on businesses then the product and service cost is increased and they probably will not do as well. It is important to stand up for what is right. If somebody opposes a new rule that sound good but in truth might hurt businesses then they should stand up against it even if they get criticized because it is for the greater good.

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The 5-star rating is deserved for 2 reasons: #1) The premise that the book will teach free-market capitalist principles to the youth of America (any many uninformed adults) is fulfilled. #2) The majority of the text was written by a 13 year old girl. The story is interesting and well written and allows youngsters to relate the lessons to real-life circumstances. The prose is good enough to beg the question, "Will she be writing a full-length novel in the near future?"

Dr. Stanley E. Toompas, Optometrist
& Author of , "I'm the One the Other Isn't"
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By zazzy2 on February 11, 2014
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Capitalism is the best system ever invented to give the most people the best chance to decide on their own live course. Schools are teaching children socialism - a system which has failed every time it has been tried. It is wonderful to see a young person get what really works and passes that on.
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Head this girl while on vacation in Ohio, bought to give the book to families with older children. Parents where so happy to receive it.
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go read for young kids, make s them realize the importance of good capitolizum, how it works and can make our nation great again
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I think every person should read this book, not just the young people of America. There needs to be discussion groups too.
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