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ESG is coming for your savings! [Author Paul Tice tells how]
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ESG is coming for your savings! [Author Paul Tice tells how]

This is the most important episode we've done so far. That's because, if we don't heed the call to action from author Paul Tice in his book, *The Race to Zero: How ESG Investing Will Crater the Global Financial System,* our economy and our way of life are doomed. He joined us for Episode 105 to tell us why. According to Tice, ESG - standing for environmental, social, and governance - investment mandates that were put together by a host of bad actors in the environmental activism and global governance realm are now being put into action by national regulatory bodies. And what they essentially do is commandeer everyone's investment dollars to serve their impossible net-zero agenda. Here are some of the main points from the episode: 6:20 – ESG is “the corporate equivalent of inviting a vampire into your house.” 9:15 – ESG is the funding mechanism for the climate change agenda 10:30 – the illuminating example of the Dakota Access Pipeline story 17:00 – the lackluster response from the energy companies about the assault on their existence 23:30 – IEA says by 2025, no more investment in oil and gas 29:25 – the case for optimism 35:00 – aggressively going after the crowd who are destroying finance – antitrust and the Sherman act, RICO, and the like 40:55 – why logic won’t work It's vital you learn all about Tice's warnings, because time is short and your future depends on it. Check out the whole episode, and do also check out the links for his books and his new place of research "residence" at the links below. Book link: https://www.amazon.com/Sustainable-Investment-Scam-Progressive-Financial/dp/1641773472/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= National Center for Energy Analytics: https://energyanalytics.org/

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Jim Vinoski is the industry executive who entrenched himself in the front lines of manufacturing over his 30-year career. He helped companies such as Ralston-Purina and General Mills make products ranging from food to plastics and paints to bourbon. Jim tells you the stories of successful enterprises built from blood, sweat and tears through his column in Forbes magazine.

“I got off the phone with Jim, and all I could do was smile. Jim is a genuine, charismatic individual who is making the most of his opportunities, and sharing them with other people for a bigger purpose. His writing is top-notch, it's specific, and I am excited to continue following his journey!”

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