1
Dec
2016
Why Our Status Quo Has Failed and is Beyond Reform
Our second title is now available via Audible and iTunes, Charles Hugh Smith’s Why Our Status Quo Has Failed and is Beyond Reform. Narrated by: Leslie James Learn more here.   Read More
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20
Oct
2016
The Fact That 17 Intelligence Agencies Confirmed Russia is Behind the Email Hacks Isn’t Actually…a Fact

Briefly, because I’m trying to get some work done instead expending energy on this horrific, disgusting election cycle…

In last night’s debate Clinton stated that “17 intelligence agencies have confirmed that Russia is behind the email hacks” which were then turned over to Wikileaks.…

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15
Oct
2016
‘Sup’ is down.
The ‘Sup’ app, whose “boil the ocean” mission was to help people figure out which of their friends are nearby, and possibly available to hang with, will be shutting down. Despite being touted as “a really cool app” by the likes of Richard Branson and Steve Wozniak, it’s come up short: “We saw growth but we didn’t see the hockey stick growth that we needed to see to actually make it a viable billion dollar business and... Read More
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21
Sep
2016
E-cig unicorn NJOY goes terminally bankrupt
After raising $70 million from backers like Peter Thiel and Bruno Mars at a valuation in excess of $1 Billion, e-cigarette manufacturer NJOY has filed for bankruptcy. It has an accumulated deficit of $234.4 million, according to the filing. NJOY also ... Read More
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26
Aug
2016
Paul Hellyer’s The Money Mafia audiobook coming in 2016
We are thrilled to announce that we will be bringing Paul Hellyer’s The Money Mafia to audiobook format as soon as September 2016. Mr. Hellyer will be joining me in a podcast around that time, until then here’s the speech he delivered in Toronto when The Money Mafia was released. The video was produced by modernknowledge.ca. As Hellyer notes: “We the people own the patent to create ‘money’. We have licensed private individuals to do... Read More
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31
Jul
2016
Walgreens to pull plug on Drugstore.com, Beauty.com
In a cost cutting initiative, Walgreens will shut down drugstore.com and beauty.com by the end of September, proving once again that when placing your faith in “category killing” domains, the only thing you may kill is your own business. Walgreens acquired their fleet of ecommerce sites in 2011 for $429 million. They will incur a charge of $115 million pre-tax as part of the shutdown. Drugstore.com launched in 1999 (of course!) and IPO-ed at $65/share... Read More
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