This is an article essentially told in two parts. It’s extremely long, nearly 2,700 words. The first part deals with an unfortunate situation I encountered in the corporate fitness atmosphere. The second part deals with why corporatism isn’t capitalism.
While Trump-Derangement Syndrome Grows, Neoconservatives are joining forces with Democrats, but us peace-seeking Libertarians are hooping on the Trump Train. We criticize Trump often, and he rightfully deserves most criticism, but he deserves praise here.
Us writers are unique. Our passion is in writing, but at the same time, our passion for writing is typically drawn from something else. That something else is different and unique to each of us.
Lord of Columbia may be a new adult, urban fantasy. However, a deeper message holds true. As should be the case in every book, the message of liberty, the principles of which the United States of America was founded on, cannot be compromised by the tyrannical terrorist state we see today.
I believe we all write for a certain purpose. I’ve mentioned my purpose is simple: To entertain while informing. Well, Lord of Columbia is written for entertainment, but there are a lot of correlations one can take from the series regarding the new world order globalists.