Hour 3 - Paul Rosenberg (Freeman's Perspective) on investing in Bitcoin and other crypto, Cryptocurrencies and their future, etc...
Paul Rosenberg knows a lot about a lot of things. A lifestyle capitalist with a broad range of interests and experiences under his belt, current passions include philosophy, theology, history, psychology, and physics. This diverse interest base is reflected in his extensive repertoire of published titles, including A Lodging of Wayfaring Men, The Words of the Founders, and Production Versus Plunder, not to mention 55 engineering and construction books.
Prior to this, his highly successful engineering career saw him called as an expert witness in numerous legal cases and recruited as a consultant to a number of high profile organizations, such as NASA and the US military. He developed and taught 19 continuing education courses for Iowa State University's College of Engineering. He also co-founded the Fiber Optic Association and wrote the first ever standard for the installation of fiber optic cables.
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Paul's recent articles...
So, You Wanna Get Involved with Crypto… Here's What You Need to Know
FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE · May 16th, 2018
After several quiet months, I'm hearing of more and more people who want to get involved with cryptocurrencies, and not just buying and selling. I'm hearing about people who want to start crypto-related businesses, even things like crypto-themed bars. These people need some orientation and most long-time crypto advocates are simply too overwhelmed to help much. So, if you're thinking of getting involved with cryptocurrencies, I'd like to give you …
Justice Condemned: The Ross Ulbricht Case
FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE · May 15th, 2018
I've been in and around the US justice system for most of my life. I've always had relatives and friends who were lawyers, and I worked as an expert witness for more than 30 years. And however much I may disregard the state as an institution, I hold great regard for the common law, upon which the US justice system was based. So, when I tell you that Ross Ulbricht's …
The Status Quo Is Deathly Boring
FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE · May 8th, 2018
Most young people know nothing but the world as it is. Their teachers assure them that this is the best form of human organization, all authority agrees, and their parents toe the party line. The system is geared to keep them shuffling forward quietly unto death. What a waste. What a crime. What a bore. "Live dangerously and you live right." This line comes from the great author Johann Wolfgang …
4 Truths About the 1%
FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE · May 1st, 2018
I don't particularly like the phrase, "the one percent." It reeks of envy and thus of socialism. But at the same time, the wealthiest people in the West really have become much wealthier in the past decade or two, while working people have, perhaps, stayed even. That's a legitimate issue, regardless of the unfortunate terminology. The roots of this go back to the changes of the 1980s, when the financialization …
Who to Blame for Your Debt
FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE · Apr 24th, 2018
I hope that none of my regular readers are burdened with much debt, but I know that many people are. Sometimes shockingly so. And so I'd like to explain who's really to blame for these situations, because they are more complex than they may at first appear.
The Blessings of Panarchy
FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE · Apr 17th, 2018
Whatever complaints we may have about the US Constitution, it's hard not to appreciate this phrase in its preamble: [to] secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity… The problem of course is that the word "liberty" has been so abused that it no longer has a clear meaning. It's used as a "hooray for us" term and not a great deal more.
As the War Machine Threatens
FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE · Apr 11th, 2018
War drums are beating again, and fairly seriously, it seems. And so I'd like to make a few points before things get out of hand. Because once the bodies start piling up, instincts will be overloaded, and reason will be difficult. So, here are a few things to think about ahead of time: #1: War is failure. And if we get a war now based upon an uncertain attack leaving …
The Dissipation of Moral Energies
FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE · Apr 10th, 2018
Roughly 98% of us have a deep-rooted connection to morality. Even confirmed criminals routinely say things like, "That ain't right," which is purely a moral judgment. However well or poorly we use it, nearly all of us hold morality as a central reference. And this is true across nearly the whole sweep of life. Take a hard look into any workplace and you'll find that nearly every interaction is tied …
FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE · Apr 5th, 2018
The crypto economy can't get here fast enough. In addition to writing, I manage businesses. And as I review the financial records of these businesses every year, I see corporate parasitism biting them worse and worse. But if pushed, the bosses of these outfits would claim free market justification. After all, they didn't hold a gun to anyone's head! But they do hold the proverbial gun. More precisely, they arrange …