As Americans watch, with interest, how the economy fails to recover under the present Obama administration, media reports more, long term joblessness. The Huffington Post reports, even though the recession hit a peak in 2009, joblessness remains historically high. And, this week, Missouri jobless rates rose one tenth of a point, to 7.2 percent, the highest rate since June of 2012.
So, what is the answer? There are many perspectives, from both sides of the isle, on how to turn the economy around, but what can you do, as an individual, as a voter? Perhaps the place to start is to get re-grounded in the founding principles of a Constitutionally capitalist culture.
Loren Spivack, otherwise known as “The Free Market Warrior,” will be in St. Peters, next week, to give a two evening presentation, Economic Literacy Seminar, on the free market principles that brought America to greatness, and have seemingly been abandoned by present day politicians.
Spivack tours the country to reintroduce common sense economic principles educate on how “economic theories, espoused by the current administration and congressional leaders, were conclusively disproved more than 100 year ago.”
This tour is a follow up visit to an appearance he made in late April. Spivack spoke at the Family Vision Library, for two evenings, to a packed house of conservatives.
Listen to an interview with Loran Spivack as he discusses his return to Missouri.
You can catch Loren Spivack’s Economic Literacy Seminar, on August 29 and 30 at The Family Vision Library, 2020 Parkway Drive in St. Peters Missouri, from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. The two evening seminar is free to the public, however donations to Loren Spivack and the Family Vision Library are encouraged and appreciated.
If you can’t make the presentation in St. Peters, perhaps you can see him as he tours the state. Concerned Women for America-Missouri has arranged a series of eight events, across Missouri, for Mr. Spivack to spread economic literacy. Again, all events are free to the public, but donations are appreciated.