I have a confession to make.
Last year I didn't follow the election much.
I had a lot on my plate and really didn't feel supportive of either of the main candidates. I thought the election was already rigged in Hillary Clinton's favor. And therefore, not much our votes would do.
I figured that whoever won the election won. And I would deal with the fallout of it, once it happened. And kept my nose to the grindstone of several projects I was working on during that time. I completely missed all the hate-fest of the election cycle. And was probably much happier for it, too.
I knew a lot of people who were going to vote for Trump. And I understood their reasoning. But I didn't feel good enough about Trump to support him with a vote.
Come election day, I didn't vote for anyone on the ballot for President. Even though this was tantamount to throwing my vote away, I decided to write in Rand Paul. He wasn't even qualified.
Rand Paul ran on the platform of Audit the Fed. And I feel very strongly that we cannot truly address the hi-jacking of our government if we do not take a serious look the Federal Reserve. And all the central banks for that matter.
I wanted to put it out there in the universe in some way, to take that stand. Let's reign in the whole central bank control system.
A few days after the election, we were contacted by a family member asking us for help with their daughter. ...