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Steve Seachman is the owner of The Mentor Model, a new business designed to provide an alternative to the 4-year college degree for students seeking professional jobs.
 
His website is: https://www.mentor-model.com/
 
He can be reached at:  Steve@mentor-model.com

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Columns by S.E. Seachman

A Brief History of College in America
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S.E. Seachman 2018-03-23 00:00
Column by Steve Seachman. Exclusive to STR To understand “how we got here” on the de facto mandate of a college degree for most professional jobs, some history is helpful. As it turns out, the “college experience” is not  and never was “market-driven” or “grass-roots” or anything of the sort. ​ Like any unrivaled...
Food Stamps for Fat People
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S.E. Seachman 2010-01-05 04:00
Exclusive to STR    If ever there was a clear example of the welfare state’s self-destructive tendency, this perhaps ranks top on the list: giving food stamps to people no matter how fat.    With two-thirds of Americans overweight, obesity-related health spending at almost $150 billion per year, federal debt growing out of control and no one in Washington able to find...
Time for a 'Right-to-Know' About Government Polluters
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S.E. Seachman 2005-08-14 16:00
Since 1987, thousands of American companies have been legally required to submit annual reports of their chemical releases to the air, land and water. These reports are mandated under the popular and quite successful 'right-to-know' program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, authorized by the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-know Act (EPCRA) of 1986. Environmental activist...
Candidate Comparison - Quest for Power, 2004: No Difference
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S.E. Seachman 2004-10-27 03:00
 Politicians and their allies in the major media like to talk of the allegedly vast differences in the two main candidates for president. One of the more far-reaching examples of this claim is from AOL News and Time Magazine. Their “decision guide” to help people “decide which candidate to vote for” crafts a list where one candidate “strongly opposes...
Food Stamps for Fat People
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S.E. Seachman 2010-01-05 04:00
Exclusive to STR    If ever there was a clear example of the welfare state’s self-destructive tendency, this perhaps ranks top on the list: giving food stamps to people no matter how fat.    With two-thirds of Americans overweight, obesity-related health spending at almost $150 billion per year, federal debt growing out of control and no one in Washington able to find...