Pink Squirrel Logo and Cyber Polygon Podcast

a pink squirrel graphic for my new logo
My new logo !

Like a chattering squirrel, I have been very busy lately. Summer is almost over and I need to get a lot done before school starts. I’ve been thinking about my ‘brand’ and along with the desire to provide helpful and truthful information on a variety of topics through my blog and podcast, I also want to help my followers be prepared for changes that are coming in the world.

Knowing Jesus is the ultimate way to get ready for any and every circumstance. He might be coming back soon!

Below you’ll find a link to my latest podcast. All you have to do is click the arrow to listen. If you like it, find me on all the major podcast apps and subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. I mostly use Apple Podcasts app, but I also use Anchor and Spotify and sometimes Overcast and Google Podcast.

If you’ve never used a podcast app, it’s free and super easy. There’s no charge and you might be amazed at the variety of shows available. Just browse the different shows or search for a specific topic or genre. There are tons of Christian shows, along with every imaginable topic.

Economics 101. Part 1: Work, Private Property and Happiness ep 53 Blue Skies and Green Pastures with Paula Adams

The first in a series of talks about economics. I discuss why people need to work, own things, and how that provides freedom. People need to work to feel good about themselves. People need to own property to have power over their lives. People need to be free to think and act independently of a nanny state. None of this will happen if a new class of non-working people is created. Beware the Marxists who hate private property and question the socialists who want a basic minimum income to replace jobs. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. — Send in a voice message: Support this podcast: Link to the squirrel description All the stuff they want you to know about the 2021 Cyber Polygon, a meeting of world financial executives and cyber security specialists to discuss the need for cyber security.

WEF Founder Klaus Schwab warns that cyber terrorism is a grave threat to the world.


  1. I trust old Klaus has my best interests in mind about as much as the farmer has the best interests of his market hogs

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