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My Ignorance Is Just As Good As Your Imagination

At a time when the relevance and workings of democracy are rightfully questioned, I resonate with and augment a quote about how people think and vote.

Cheap Divisive People

I would not trust any politician who treats the problems with the U.S. Postal Service using skin-deep easy-peasy talking points. Reaffirming the need for a litmus test for politicians once again.

I Do Not Know What Evolutionary Merit Is But It Sure As Hell Sounds Like Eugenics

I explain the concept of evolutionary merit referencing the integrity of bold federal legislation needed to improve the excellence of humanity.

As I Predicted: Respect Our Values Or Expect Regulations

Mark Zuckerberg could have saved a lot of money and gained respect if he had sought my advisory.

Why ESG Is A Dangerous Religion

Why is it, that a thesis of finance eleven times the size of production does not get vetted and scrutinized?

Europe Falls For ESG And Its Idiocracy

There are as many definitions of ESG as people looking into it.

Can Technology Companies Be Trusted?

Trust is a consequence, not a cause. We first need new principles to govern a modern world for trust to carry meaningful value.

The Pot Of Congress Calling Facebook’s Kettle Black

The interrogation of Facebook's CEO by Congress makes clear we must seek a higher normalization of human excellence.

You Have A Soul

I sing the blues from the kind of entrepreneurialism that knows no precedent and describe the behavior of people attempting to knock you down. As long as your normalization of truth remains defensible, I hope this inspires you to keep going too.

U.S. House Financial Services Committee Debates Building A Sustainable And Competitive Economy With ESG

A member of The U.S. House slaps ESG in a way only a member of Congress can, by not quite understanding the gravitas of the question that was prepared for him.
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