This Green New Deal has got me seeing red… plus another deal actually worth listening to

In the late 19th century, accountants wore green eye shades. Their attention to detail was so acute… and the shades lessened eye strain against candles and early incandescent lights.

But today’s government bean counters shouldn’t trouble themselves with details while reviewing a copy of the Green New Deal, the proposed environmental legislation co-authored by NY congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

I mean, why let details like how to pay for it get in the way? The socialist left doesn’t seem to.

On today’s show I tell you exactly what this plan calls for—and exactly what I think of it.

Oh, how the Democratic Party has changed since I was a kid.

Speaking of change, today’s guest is none other than Frank Curzio himself [25:19]. Frank is looking to change the newsletter business. Today he shares why this industry needs fixing… what he’s doing about it… and how you can invest in it.

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Editor’s note: As you’ll hear on today’s show, Frank’s selling a piece of our company (to accredited investors) though a security token offering. If you’d like to learn more about the upcoming Curzio Equity Owners (CEO) token launch, sign up here.


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