The freedom to fail is vital to an entrepreneurial society, and it’s taken for granted in America. Not so much in Finland – where some university students created a “Day for Failures” in 2010. Since then, the day has become internationally recognized.
In keeping with the celebration of this day, FrontNieuws.com reports that solar panel manufacturers cannot stay open… due to lack of power.
Also, one of the founders of the Lincoln Project accuses the anti-Trump outfit of being unethical and corrupt. Media largely ignores the scandal, despite relying on the group for soundbites and interviews for years.