As every issue in society becomes increasingly politicized, the need to get away from the political animal altogether increases. Therefore, I have decided to release a Kindle edition of MicroSecession to make the book more widely available and accessible to more people.
Some people have expressed that they do not wish to do business with Amazon, which especially seems reasonable with the concept of MicroSecession. Therefore, if you wish to order direct, you can use the button below to purchase:
This is the third of a three-part followup to my interview with Peter Schiff last week. In the first installment, I covered issues with buying cheap vs expensive goods, and the second post covered gift economies and home capital assets. This post will focus on the problems of specialization and some final thoughts.
For those that missed it when it was on the air, here is the link to my interview with Peter Schiff. We covered a lot of topics, and I think I will spend the next few posts going further into some of the areas we covered in the interview, and maybe a few that we missed. Anyway, check out the interview, and let me know what you think! Thanks to the Peter Schiff show for having me on!
I am happy to announce that I will be going on the Peter Schiff show tomorrow morning at 10:30AM ET. Peter Schiff is a national radio host, and is the author of numerous books on the economy. His book, How an Economy Grows and Why it Crashes is featured in MicroSecession, and we have featured several of his segments from his radio shows on this site. If you want to tune in, his list of radio affiliates is here. If you don’t have an affiliate near you, you can catch the program on his website tomorrow after the show for the rest of the day. Tune in!
Just finished doing an hour-long interview with the America in the Balance radio program by Truth in Focus. Thanks to Amanda Teegarden and Don Wyatt for having me on and being excellent hosts! I had a great time and it was a great program. We covered several of the major topics in the MicroSecession book, including the economy, education, food preparation.
The show is available for Internet broadcast here.
TulsaToday just posted a review of MicroSecession. From the review:
Over years of writing on public policy the most frequent question from readers is, “What can we do?” One answer in a personal way is found in the new book MicroSecession by Tulsa author Jonathan Bartlett. It speaks to how the individual can add value regardless of what the economy or the government does.