Current Productions

The stakes have never been higher. Americans concerned about inflation, the runaway National Debt, and the downward trajectory of our government must demand positive change now. It is nearly too late to turn things around.

Political divisions are at an alltime high. Politicians are playing a shell game, repeatedly upping the ante in their public discourse and cashing in their chips while ensuring the cards are stacked against the American taxpayer.

Dr. David D. Schein casts the die in “Bad Deal for America,” spotlighting a deck of 26 Republican and 26 Democratic lawmakers who have been using Washington, D.C., as their own personal casino. Part satire and part exposé, Dr. Schein’s new book follows the money through the smoke and mirrors of interviews and public statements into politicians’ pockets as they cash in exorbitant sums, leaving taxpayers wondering how they missed the trick.

books on american leadership

This thought provoking, non-partisan book reviews the last 100 years of American presidents (from Wilson through Obama), and offers common-sense solutions to help fix America – before it’s too late.

Dr. David D. Schein discusses current events, politics, and common-sense solutions for saving America, with special emphasis on the intersection between politics and business.

Are you interested in being a guest on “Saving America?” Do you have ideas or comments for us? We would love to hear from you!

Professor David D. Schein discusses the legal concepts that all business owners need to know.

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Productions in Development

  • Novel-T: The Ultimate Musical
  • Novel-T: The Country Musical

Check back for updates!

Past Productions

Employment Notes (newsletter) [1999 – 2005]

COVID-19: Small Business Employment Policy

A COVID-19 policy for businesses to use and distribute to employees during this difficult time. Stay safe, everyone!

Employees or Contractors: A Quick Q&A

Should you hire employees or contractors for your business? What is the difference, anyway? David Schein answers these questions and more for small businesses.