How Capitalism Began

July 7, 2015 in Blog, Economics, Home

Before capitalism, there was feudalism and kings controlled supply and prices. When democracy began, we needed a monetary system to manage our commerce, currency, lending, and debt. Early economists like Adam Smith helped us learn how this will happen naturally but also taught us how to prevent big business monopolies […]

Consulting – Let me work for you, or teach you.

May 24, 2015 in Blog, Small Business Perspective

Services Offered: First and foremost, I’m a self taught problem solver and entrepreneur educated in business, economics, and science… with experience in internet/tech, marketing, operations, finance, cash flow management,  and natural  health. So, how can I help you? I’ll teach you how to build your website I’ll just build your […]

Creative Creatures

February 5, 2014 in Blog, Home, Tech vs. Labor

I was raised Christian. In College as an engineering major and lover of science, I became Atheist but quickly realized I was really Agnostic. I could not claim to be wise enough to say that we were not created. We could be someone’s science experiment, because we would do the […]

What I’ve Watched – Recommendations

December 27, 2013 in Blog

Since I have been bound to a computer I’ve had too much time to watch entertainment. I have seen everything. Below, I listed these as my favorites. These are the only ones I outstandingly recommend. These movies are less popular and I rated them 5 stars: Mr Nobody The Machine Metropolis […]

Vegetarians – Ancient Christians and Greatest Minds

November 27, 2013 in Blog, Health, Home

Some of the greatest minds that ever existed were vegetarian. It’s a smart thing to do for yourself and for our planet/culture. Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet. ~ Albert Einstein Our task […]

Christianity and Capitalism Conflict

November 27, 2013 in Blog

  Here are 10 passages from the Bible that will offend most Conservative Christians. I do not intend to question your faith in God, but to question your perception of our Holidays and Capitalism. These are the words of the lord: I hate, I despise your feast days, And I […]

Competing with Monsters and Serving the Entitled

October 25, 2013 in Blog, Small Business Perspective

Starting your own business in the service industry may seem like the ultimate pursuit of happiness for some people. Starting with little capital, the food service industry tends to attract many first time entrepreneurs. Meanwhile, experienced entrepreneurs are finding more success and enjoyment in industries that employ fewer laborers or more […]

Descendant of a Historic Catcher

February 20, 2013 in Blog, Home

    I found this great story about my 2nd Great Grandfather, baseball and hatchet-man extraordinaire Ossie Schreckengost. As a catcher in the majors in the early 1900’s he started for two of the greatest pitchers of all time, Cy Young and Rube Waddell. He played in Boston in 1901 with Cy […]

Fine Food for a Finer Future

February 6, 2013 in Blog, Health

Recently my desire for personal health has surpassed my desire for unhealthy foods; becoming a better cook and finding enjoyable snacks has helped. Since food eased my suffering and fixed most of my health problems I am trying to spread the word to anyone else that may be suffering. I […]

Outsourcing America – Mitt’s Policies

July 21, 2012 in Blog

A government document shows that at Bain Mitt held a $54 million stake in companies that manufactured electronics in China and Mexico for US firms: motherjones.com Mitt Romney is a talented businessman, no doubt. He deserves respect for that. He’s also known in the business world as a pioneer of outsourcing. […]