Why I Am A Patriotic Millionaire: Bob Titley

Why I Am A Patriotic Millionaire: Bob Titley

In Country Music, you learn to respect all people no matter their position in life. That’s just part and parcel of country culture: good ole southern politeness and hospitality. And then there’s self-interest. The first time I shook hands with Garth Brooks, he was selling boots at a boot store in Brentwood, Tennessee. In Nashville, you never know if your waiter, or a day laborer, or someone sleeping in their car might be the next superstar. You learn to respect everyone, which happens to be a good lesson to learn in life anyway.

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Why I Am A Patriotic Millionaire: Leo Hindery, Jr.

Why I Am A Patriotic Millionaire: Leo Hindery, Jr.

I started out in the lower middle class. My early family life, growing up in the Pacific Northwest in the ‘50s, had its difficulties and challenges. I was working outside the house by age of nine in order to become financially independent. But I was I white, male and fairly clever, and that made every difference and my life journey much easier.

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Why I Am A Patriotic Millionaire: Fred Rotondaro

Why I Am A Patriotic Millionaire: Fred Rotondaro

My family and millions of others like us came to America during a time when America had an implicit social contract. It was a time when key policy makers realized that the best investment that the nation could make was in its own citizens. So that those citizens would have the chance to lead decent and productive lives. It was a time of national wisdom, humanity, and humility.

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Wealthiest One Percent, Come Home! (TEDx Talk)

Wealthiest One Percent, Come Home! (TEDx Talk)

In this new TEDx Talk, Chuck Collins, heir to the Oscar Myer fortune invites the planet’s wealthy to “come home” – not withdraw - and humbly invest in building resilient and healthy communities. He urges his fellow wealthy to join networks like the Patriotic Millionaires to advocate for tax fairness, living wages and a campaign finance system that reduces the influence of big money and politics.

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Pearls of Wisdom: What Do You Do When You Have A Debt You Don't Want To Pay?

Pearls of Wisdom: What Do You Do When You Have A Debt You Don't Want To Pay?

Just donate a few tens of thousands of dollars to a Senator and then when he reaches out to extend his thanks, explain to him the grave injustice to which the bank is subjecting you to, and explain how it could all be made right by just adding one harmless little non-controversial paragraph to the Trust Indenture Act.

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