What? The year is already coming to an end? You can’t be serious.
Well, we are in December and we shall ring in 2020 soon. When you endure the same routine day in and day out, life can pass you by pretty quickly. Soon, I will be turning 32 – where did all that time go?
Anyway, here are some things I have written about over the last month and where some have been picked up:
Due to scheduling, it has been difficult to update my personal blog. Before things get too out of hand, here are some updates.
1) I have started writing content for Starting Business, a corporate services company that offers everything from legal document templates to blogs to content. Here is my first article: “How to Create a Mission Statement For Your Business.”
2) My recent appearance on LN Radio, discussing the Federal Reserve, the economy, and President Donald Trump:
3) Liberty Nation will soon have a full launch of its sister website, LN Gen Z. It is geared toward elementary, middle school, and high school students. Here are three pieces talking about the minimum wage
4) A few links to republished content of mine:
5) The Boston Red Sox will unlikely make it to the postseason.
6) Yes, my LN photo has changed to a screenshot from my appearance on RT a couple of years ago. My prefer my old one: I was younger and I had more muscles. Now, I’m older and weaker!
Recently, I penned a piece for Liberty Nation, titled “Let’s Get Real About Baltimore.” It was written after President Donald Trump’s tweet about the Charm City and Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD). After generating buzz, I appeared on Truth TV with Leesa Donner.
Here is my segment:
(Yes, no glasses.)
I recently appeared on LN Radio with Tim Donner to talk about the United States economy, the Federal Reserve, manufacturing, and other economic issues.
Here is the entire show (segment begins at 17:30):
The second edition of my book, The War on Cash, is out in paperback.
With so much that has happened since when I first wrote this book, I thought it was time for an update. I added a few more pieces of information and published a crisper print copy – the first one was atrocious.
Here is the description:
Cash is king – for now. Over the years, many shots have been fired in the war on cash, but physical money is still surviving, despite the myriad payment options available in the marketplace. But that may not always be the case. Governments, central banks, academics, and Wall Street are trying to kill cash. Will consumers raise the white flag and capitulate to the globalists? Or, will the public rise up and stop the elite?