Thankful to Earn a Living Despite the Federal Reserve

Thankful to Earn a Living Despite the Federal Reserve

Although my new landscape design and installation business, Lowcountry Vistas Charleston, LLC, has prevented me from disseminating Solidus.Center’s message as of late, I’m profoundly appreciative on this Thanksgiving for the opportunity to do something I love in a perpetually-bad Fed-inspired job market. A market in which, in classic Orwellian Fedspeak, “full employment” means millions of educated and indebted Americans working far below their potential.

I have little time for Solidus.Center these days, but I’d like to leave everyone with a parting thought:

The Fed is an efficient oligarchical tool. It juices the prices of assets held in great quantities by the wealthy, deflates wages as the common man fights for employment when the Fed’s asset bubbles pop, compels the common man to borrow and spend or invest in risky financial instruments instead of save, and enables the Government to run huge deficits.

Thank you for reading, listening, and watching. Hopefully, reforming–and eventually ending–the Federal Reserve System will eventually become part of the American political discourse.

Seth Mason, Charleston SC

P.S. As I did with ECOMINOES, I’ll eventually close the social media accounts associated with Solidus.Center.

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Seth Mason is the owner of Lowcountry Vistas Charleston, LLC (www.LowcountryVistas.com), a landscape design and installation business serving the greater Charleston, SC area, and the owner of Charleston Spanish Tutor (www.CharlestonSpanishTutor.com), a Charleston-based tutoring service. Between founding Solidus.Center and earning his M.B.A. during the 2008 Financial Crisis, Seth operated a boutique Hispanic marketing consultancy called Publicaciones el Nuevo Sur, LLC, earned his horticulture chops as a part-time landscaper, published a pro-economic and individual liberty economics and politics blog called ECOMINOES (www.Ecominoes.com), and hosted a pro-economic and individual liberty economics and politics talk radio show called ECOMINOES Radio. Prior to earning his M.B.A. during the 2008 Financial Crisis, he was the Owner, President, and Editor-in-Chief of Vida Latina Spanish-language newspaper, which he grew from a Charleston, SC-based community paper into a regional Hispanic entertainment and current events periodical distributed in 8 metropolitan markets throughout South Carolina and Georgia.

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