Please forward this error screen to 174. Click on the picture of your State Capital, or link, to review your Laws of power book pdf Law. 9 states with anti bullying laws.

In March 2015, the last state, Montana, finally passed their law. Note – Some states have updated and improved their anti bullying laws. This is the initial passage date. The school ground bully has been around for too long.

His entire success at bullying is predicated upon arrogant disregard to simple decency, and a willingness to brutalize an innocent victim simply because the bully is bigger and stronger and others are afraid to intervene. It is insidious and calls for society and government to intervene decisively. The only differences between a terrorist and a bully, is in the organized planning or cause of the activity, and the scale of terror. A bullied child will believe that there is no difference between a terrorist and a bully, given the above definitions. Three out of four students report that they have been bullied. Each month over 250,000 students report being physically attacked. Why Not Have A Bullying Awareness Week?

This quilt was done in honor of all bullycides – kids who took their lives because of bullying. There are 223 names on the quilt, including 4 highlighted stories. The quilt picture was submitted by CJ Grossman. Graphic Arts Students for the Bully Police USA Logo. Check out his website at www. I am drawn to a group of investors that I call practitioner philosophers. These are people who have gotten their hands dirty in their respective fields, but despite being doers, they still often sit back and ponder the big questions in business and life.

My guest this week is one such practitioner philosopher, NYC based venture capitalist Jerry Neumann. I came across Jerry’s essays a year ago, and he is on a very short list of writers whose work I read without fail and almost always more than once. You can think about this conversation on business, investing, and venture capital as a big funnel. We start very broad, discussing where we may be in a large 70-year economic cycle. We then break down the so-called power law which seems to govern venture capital returns and business outcomes. Then we get even more specific, discussing Jerry’s process for evaluating early stage companies, and the particulars of what might make a good venture capitalist. It is the type that without the podcast as an excuse would be a very odd and intense one if I were just meeting someone for the first time.