Chris Marcus

Chris-Marcus

Chris Marcus is a silver analyst, founder of Arcadia Economics, and author of the book The Big Silver Short.

His background includes 11 years on Wall Street, an MBA from Wharton, and 7 years trading equity options for Susquehanna International Group as a specialist on the New York Stock Exchange.

Although after finding out about the greatest story never told, hidden deep beneath the surface of the silver market, Chris left Wall Street in 2012 to form Arcadia Economics, and share what he discovered on Wall Street.

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Arcadia Economics


Mark Baird

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Mark is recognized as the founder of the modern Jefferson movement, Mr. Baird launched the pursuit of liberty on September 3, 2013 when he spoke in front of the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors and explained the new statehood movement. They voted 4-1 in favor of creating a new state from the northern portion of California. Mr. Baird’s role in Jefferson is as the primary speaker, historical researcher as well as the juris coordinator.

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The State Of Jefferson

The Red White And Blueprint


Chuck Holton

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Chuck Holton is a former US Army Ranger, an international reporter, adventurer, businessman and most importantly, a husband and father of five homeschooled children.

In a typical year, Chuck visits over a dozen of the world’s hot zones, such as Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Venezuela, Lebanon, Somalia, Nigeria, and Chicago. His wealth of experience gives him a unique perspective on American culture, faith, and freedom.

Chuck has completed ten book projects including Making Men, Bulletproof, A More Elite Soldier, Stories from a Soldier’s Heart and the Task Force Valor series. He collaborated with Lt Col Oliver North (USMC Retired) on the New York Times bestselling book American Heroes. His newest work, Prowess, is garnering extensive praise around the country for calling guys to passionate, engaged manhood.

Chuck hosted six seasons of his show “Frontlines” on the Life of Duty Network, his video dispatches are often featured on the Christian Broadcasting Network, and his nationally-ranked daily podcast “The Hot Zone with Chuck Holton.” He frequently speaks to churches and other organizations around the world on the topics of Biblical manhood, life structuring, adoption, homeschooling, and other charitable and patriotic causes. When he is not traveling, he splits his time between his farm in Appalachia and his home in a small village in the mountains of Panama.

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The Hot Zone With Chuck Holton


Dr. Calvin Beisner

Calvin-Beisner

Dr. Calvin Beisner is the Founder and National Spokesman of The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, a network of over 60 Christian theologians, natural scientists, economists, and other scholars educating for Biblical earth stewardship, economic development for the poor, and the proclamation and defense of the good news of salvation by grace, received through faith in Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection.

He has written over a dozen books, edited over 30, contributed to over 35, and published thousands of articles, popular and scholarly; has lectured at universities, seminaries, conferences, and churches in North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia. Also, he has testified as an expert witness on the ethics and economics of climate change and climate and energy policy before committees of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives

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Cornwall Alliance


Joel Gilbert

Joel-Gilbert

Joel Gilbert is a filmmaker based in Los Angeles and President of Highway 61 Entertainment. Gilbert is also a political commentator and foreign policy analyst. He has produced documentary feature films on Barack Obama, Dreams from My Real Father (2012), Progressive politics, There’s No Place Like Utopia (2014) and Donald Trump, Trump The Art of the Insult (2018). He has also produced films on Middle East history including Farewell Israel (2008) and Atomic Jihad (2010). Gilbert’s other films cover music icons Bob Dylan, Inside Bob Dylan’s Jesus Years (2010) as well as comedies on Paul McCartney and Elvis Presley.

Joel Gilbert is a graduate of the University of London (BA 1986) where he studied at both the London School of Economics and Politics and the School of Oriental and African Studies. Gilbert has an MBA degree from George Washington University in Washington DC (1991). Gilbert contributes articles to American Thinker and appears often as political analyst and Middle East policy consultant on national radio and TV shows.

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Highway 61 Entertainment