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May 1 PPEC: Monthly Meeting featuring Bob Adelmann

by Dr. Paul Prentice, Ph.D. last modified Apr 22, 2012 05:57 PM
The Internet: Gutenberg 2.0.
When May 01, 2012
from 06:30 PM to 08:30 PM
Where The Vanguard School, 1605 D South Corona Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80905
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Meetings

We hold our meetings on the 1st Tuesday of each month at the Vanguard School Library (1605D South Corona Ave.,  Colorado Springs, CO 80905). Map Link.

Meeting Itinerary
6:30-7:00pm Meet & Greet
7:00-8:00pm Presentation
8:00-8:30pm Questions & Answers
8:30 pm Adjourn

Live Events:

Most of our events are hosted in Colorado Springs but we try to make them accessible to the world at large too.  To aid in that goal we have created a web page that enables our Internet users to view the event over a live video stream and to join in the discussion via an Internet chat room.  If you are not close to Colorado Springs and would still like to participate then please visit us at our Live Video and Chat Page.

Summary

There is a new reformation taking place – a fundamental reforming of society’s knowledge base.

It is far more important and fundamental than just a technology revolution. It is a rewriting of the basic relationship that human beings have with information that is outside the control of the Anglo-American elites.

The centralizing architecture erected by those elites is even now being undermined. The darkness is lifting, just as it lifted long ago during the Renaissance.

An internet revolution is coming…in fact, it is already here.

Bob Adelmann's bio:

A graduate of Cornell University with two degrees, including an MBA with a concentration in economics and finance, Bob moved to Colorado Springs with his family in 1964.  He started selling life insurance (in a new town with no natural market) and within a few years had qualified for the Million Dollar Round Table several times (this was back when a dollar was still worth fifty cents!).

His career path took him from insurance into estate planning, and then into investment and tax planning.  In 1984 he was nominated as one of the top ten investment salesmen for a major Wall Street investment firm.  Following the stock market crash in October of 1987, Bob started his own investment management company, which grew to over $15 million under management in less than 10 years.

After selling his investment company to his son, Bob started some other companies.  He recently sold his last company and now writes for conservative journals, magazines and newspapers including The New American.

Bob is a life member of the John Birch Society and The National Rifle Association. He and his wife Mary live in Colorado Springs, Colorado and they are active in the First Presbyterian Church.

Bob's website ...

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