Ted Oakley is the founder of Oxbow Advisors and was the co-founder of its predecessor firm, HPO Advisors. With more than forty years of experience in advising high net worth clients in the investment industry, Oakley implements the firm’s proprietary investment strategies and the “Oxbow Principles” to provide a unique investment perspective. Oakley is based in Austin, TX and has a studio in his office where he can Skype or Zoom.
Each year the half time show performances expose adults and children alike, to demonic, Freemasonic, Illuminati symbology. These images open up doors for oppression while making the occult more acceptable to the public.
Glen T. Martin, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Radford University in Virginia, USA. He is President of the International Philosophers for Peace, Executive Director of the Earth Constitution Institute (ECI), and President of the World Constitution and Parliament Association (WCPA). ECI and WCPA are cooperating worldwide organizations that sponsor the Constitution for the Federation of Earth and organize sessions of the Provisional World Parliament. Dr. Martin travels and lectures worldwide on behalf of the Earth Constitution, the philosophical foundations of emerging world law, and the development of a binding world court system. EarthConstitution.world
PUBLIUS SPECIAL GUEST: John D. Kuhns, author of They Call Me Ishmael. Set in the South Pacific and based on true events, this is a novel about war, gold, Communist China, and the emergence of a new nation.
Set in the South Pacific and based on true events, this is a novel about war, gold, interracial friendship, and the emergence of a new nation.
Growing up in Bougainville, an island archipelago in the South Pacific, Ishmael always wanted to be a soldier. The Crisis—a brutal civil war with Papua New Guinea ignited by the gargantuan Panguna Mine—gives him his chance. As the guerrilla leader of the Bougainville Revolutionary Army, Ishmael secures a peace agreement that provides his islands with a measure of autonomy and the future right to conduct an independence referendum. If the people vote affirmatively, Bougainville could become the newest nation on earth.
In the aftermath of the Crisis, Bougainville’s corrupt and inept government causes a vacuum. From its perch across the Pacific, China salivates. They covet Bougainville, both for its Panguna Mine and its strategic location, and are prepared to do whatever it takes to grab it.
When Ishmael and Bougainville’s chiefs ask Jack Davis, a pin-striped American investor, to help rebuild their economy, he is intrigued. Although primitive, Bougainville holds billions in gold and copper, and its people seem lovely. Jack’s life has been comfortable, but things are changing. His family members have moved on with their lives, and his country doesn’t seem to value people like him anymore. Maybe Bougainville would be different.
That two men—one black and one white—from totally different walks of life could meet on a remote island and decide they stand for the same things is a testament to Bougainville and its people and shapes a story that anyone who believes in the innate goodness of humanity should read. The fact that it all really happened is truly inspirational.
BIO: John D. Kuhns is the author of three previously published novels, including China Fortunes, Ballad of a Tin Man, and South of the Clouds. He writes stories derived from his personal experiences. He has lived and worked in Bougainville since 2015.
After two years of these same efforts to mitigate COVID, we find ourselves with unknown variants followed by myriad vaccines and boosters. It’s a never-ending vicious cycle - just the way they want it. People are so desperate they will be willing to take the jab in an effort to gain some type of normalcy.