Giving back to the community is always very important. While many people try and give back when they can, others end up dedicating their lives to it. One individual that has continued to give back to the community is Adam Milstein, who has a long history of raising donations and giving back to noble causes located all over the world.
Adam Milstein started his career of generosity and philanthropy in 2000 when he founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation with his wife, Gina. This foundation was a very unique foundation as it had a very specific goal. The main goal of the foundation was to help to strengthen Israel while also giving back to the people of the community. This included helping to make sure that the country of Israel would continue to have good ties with the United States and other powers across the world. Being able to do this would help to ensure that the country would continue to ensure the ongoing success of the country during turmoil that was taking place in that area of the world.
The Adam Milstein foundation continued to focus on developing the three core principles, which included to by active in philanthropy, have a real life impact on the people that needed it, and to provide synergy and optimism that would help the charitable organizations to raise even more money. While there are many organizations, Adam Milstein and his wife have been able to continue to raise the capital that they need to make a real difference.
Beyond providing a lot of money to some very noble causes, Adam Milstein and his charity have also found other ways to give back. One of the main ways that they do this today is through a variety of communication channels. The principles of the foundation have continued to run a popular podcast that has continued to discuss a wide variety of social and political issues that are affecting Israel and other parts of the world. Doing this has helped the foundation to stay in the public eye, which has been very beneficial when it comes to raising capital.
Alastair Borthwick was a Scottish journalist who brought the world of mountaineering and rock climbing to the working class. Born on February 17, 1913, in Rutherglen, he had a natural curiosity for the world and a friendly demeanor. Upon leaving Glasgow High School, Alastair Borthwick got hired at The Glasgow Evening Herald. At the age of 16, he was transcribing articles over the phone for the Glasgow Evening Herald, and later was promoted to an editing position at the Glasgow Weekly Herald.
It was his work on the paper’s “Open Air” section that sparked a lifelong love of hillwalking. The sport of rock climbing and hiking was something only the upper class would do at the time. Alastair Borthwick’s book “Always A Little Further” changed that mindset. The book was published in 1939, and was the collected works of his articles written for “Open Air.” The book was a hard sell to publishers who deemed it too risky; luckily, T.S. Eliot saw the value and importance of Alastair’s worked and pushed for its publication.
Alastair Borthwick spent a brief time in London working for The Daily Mirror, but the big city life was not for him. In 1936, he returned to Glasgow to work in broadcasting for the BBC. He had a natural talent for broadcasting on television and radio and would continue to do it throughout his career. His work experience included television scriptwriting and managing the Press Club at the Empire Exhibition in 1938.
The broadcaster and writer had the opportunity for real adventure when he joined the Seaforth Highlanders to fight in World War II. Alastair was an officer, and his job was as an intelligence officer. The war took him all over Europe including Italy, Belgium, France, Holland, and farther out to North Africa. He had many narrow escapes while serving as an intelligence officer, and was able to write about it later. His book “Sans Peur, The History of the 5th (Caithness and Sutherland) Battalion, the Seaforth Highlanders” is a history of his battalion and was first published in 1946. Grab your copy of Life Among the Scots by Alastair Borthwick.
Charlamagne Tha God, co-host of the nationally syndicated radio show, the Breakfast Club and features television personality at Viacom recently interviewed with Esquire to discuss Charlamagne’s opinion on Eminem’s new Album Kamikaze. Charlamagne is known for being upfront, and unapologetically honest in his reviews of people, artists, and politics and his statements in this interview were no different.
Charlamagne Tha God is a popular social media influencer and executive producer of his own production company, has built a following of loyal enthusiasts that value his opinion and wait to hear his review of musical projects before they listen to them, making him an esteemed member of the hip-hop community.
Because of his controversial popularity, Eminem mentioned Charlamagne twice in his album Kamikaze on “The Ringer” and “Fall” demonstrating just how strong Charlamagne’s influence is in the genre. When asked what he thought about being mentions, Charlamagne claims he was flattered, saying “Early in my career, I was only being dissed by Chingy. Now I’m being dissed by Eminem [one of the greatest lyricists ever]. Life is great.” Charlamagne Tha God has come a long way in his career from humble beginnings in a small town in South Carolina. To be recognized as valuable enough to be in Eminem’s album, no matter the connotation, is a milestone.
Charlamagne Tha God explains that he has never been able to relate to Eminem due to differences in world views and experiences, but he acknowledges that Eminem is “one of the Greatest MC’s”. When asked his thoughts on Eminem’s offensive lyrics to Tyler the Creator on his bisexuality, Charlamagne expressed that he doesn’t think Eminem cars about offending anyone, including the LGBT community. He says that although Eminem may not care about offending the LGBT community, he would be interested in hearing a response from a hip-hop fan who is a member of the LGBT community. Although the comments don’t offend him personally, he would like for the voices of the offended party to be heard. Find Related Information Here.
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While fans are dissecting Eminem’s new surprise album Kamikaze, The Breakfast Club weighed in on some of the tracks. Breakfast Club Co-host Charlamagne Tha God responded to a line with his name mentioned from one of tracks on the album called “The Ringer.”
Addressing The Line
In “The Ringer” Eminem talks about the 2018 BET Cypher and in his bars he mentions that no matter what he says he will get hated on by Charlamagne. On Friday August 31st, Charlamagne decided to clear the air on his own behalf. First he noted that Eminem actually quoted something he had previously said about a BET Cypher. The next thing to address was even though he didn’t take what Eminem said as an insult, he wants everyone to know that he doesn’t hate, he tells the truth. He went on to say the reason fans are getting a surprise album is because Revival was wack and Eminem knew it.
Addressing The Homophobic Line
After addressing the shot at Charlamagne, the Breakfast Club trio moved on to talk about other people who got attacked in the song. The Tyler The Creator line used a homophobic slur, and Charlamagne Tha God weighed in on that. Charlamagne says even though Eminem is quoting something that Tyler said about himself, he believes that people will still take offense to the line. He says even though you are free to say what you want, people are also free to be offended. He goes on to say that Eminem needs to know that when he takes the shot at Tyler he’s also attacking millions of gay people globally. View Additional Info Here.
About Charlamagne Tha God
Charlamagne’s real name is Lenard Larry McKelvey. He is a radio presenter and TV personality. He co-hosts The Breakfast Club with Angela Yee and DJ Envy. He also stars in Guy Code, Guy Court and Girl Code. He works with DJ Envy and Sofi Green in The Week in Jams as a VJ. In 2015 Charlamagne was hosting Uncommon Sense, a show on MTV2. He got his start working on The Wendy Williams Experience on VH1.
During a recent interview, concerning his second book titled, “Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks On Me”, Charlamagne Tha God explains why he chose to do therapy. The reason being therapy is anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder, problems he had struggled to overcome.
Stock market investments seem scary for people who are not well-acquainted with the stock market and how it works. Even though the stock market investments look simple from the outset, there are many factors that go into how the stock market works and when and on what you should invest. Investing randomly without doing any research can prove to be highly dangerous financially, and may lead to unbearable losses. Taking some amount of guidance from the stock market expert can, however, help with earning considerably from the stock market investments and also minimize the risks. Jeff Yastine is one of the highly reputed stock market investors and has over the years been able to master the tricks of the trade when it comes to the stock market investments. He says that even though one can never accurately predict the market movements, it is possible to get few hints by linking your investments with research and past trends. Read this article at Medium.com.
Jeff Yastine has studied journalism from the University of Florida and has worked with some of the local news channels as the financial correspondent. He also worked as a financial correspondent as well as an anchor for PBS Business Nightly Report for around twenty years. It helped him not only understand how the stock market works, but also gave him the opportunity to meet and learn from some of the top financial and business experts in the country, such as Steve Ballmer, Sir Richard Branson, Warren Buffet, and many others. Jeff Yastine used whatever he learned by meeting these top experts into play with investing in stocks and ended up with huge profits in the course of years. He has also helped many of his clients to grow their wealth using these top strategies.
Today, as the editor at Banyan Hill Publishing, Jeff Yastine wants to share with the people what he learned from these famous businessmen and investment experts, and help them earn considerable returns as well from the stock market. He is the editor of Total Wealth Insider, a famous business newsletter where Jeff Yastine provides the name of the stocks that are expected to grow in the near future. One of the industries that he talks about often is the cybersecurity market. Since technology is being used in almost all the different industries, there is no doubt that people will want to secure their customer data from hackers using cybersecurity products.
Banyan Hill was formed in 1998 as a sovereign society. Since then it has risen to become a global name in asset protection and investment organization. 400,000 readers visit the site daily to get the latest advice, observe the latest trends, and take advantage of new opportunities. All thanks to a panel of experts who know what they are talking about. Rebranded as Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016 the independent resource investment firm give readers information on every aspect of finance. From the diversification of the U.S. dollar, to establishing offshore bank accounts, to creating foreign residency, and to forming asset protection trusts. All of its advice is garnered to helping people protect and increase their wealth, through a wide variety of means. Banyan Hill also uses unorthodox methods other firms do not, giving readers investment advice not found anywhere else. All the readers have to do is log in, and observe Banyan’s advisors use their own personal strategies to invest and protect money. At Banyan investment advice is given by example, and that sets the company apart. Follow Ted on Twitter.
Banyan publishes unique investment advice through the practical knowledge of its experts. Experts like Ted Bauman who have years of experience in finance, business management, planning, and asset allocation. Ted Bauman has been giving investment advice for over 25 years. He has helped millions gain control over their finances. As an editor for Banyan, and the editor of the renowned Bauman letter, Ted offers readers a firm understanding of how many works. He is one of many experts who share their strategies on Banyan.
Ted Bauman is a graduate of the State University of New York with a BS in business administration. As a younger man he immigrated to South Africa where attended the University of Cape Town, earning two postgraduate degrees in economics and history. Ted Bauman is also a graduate Georgia State University with an MBA in finance. His knowledge is extensive and he has been applying it for years. This also give Bauman experience, making him a well-rounded choice for financial advice. Through the Bauman Letter, Ted Bauman offers readers articles on a wide variety of topics. He teaches people how to create trusts, leave legacies, work around the IRS, choose investments, protect money, and follow trends. Learn more: http://thesovereigninvestor.com/precisionprofits/ted-bauman/
There is a recent article that was published by Jeff Yastine about cybersecurity investing through Banyan hill. In the article, he mentioned that there was a professor that taught the class of investigative reporting class always said in class that money is what should be followed. After college, that’s when the advice sank in because it started getting helpful in developing the effective thinking when it came to investing. He explained that the job of the investor would become simpler just because the cash will flood into a stock that will cause them to move higher. Jeff Yastine attended the University of Florida, where he attained the degree in telecommunication in 1986. While in the university he had an interest in electronic journalism, which has been able to serve him well today because he is one of the respected investment advice writers. Visit the website jeffyastineguru.com to learn more.
As he joined Banyan Hill Publishing he brings with him the valuable experience that he has attained over the several years. Before he joined the company, he worked at the PDS nightly business report that is in 1990 and his followers still remember the advice that he had for them. At the PBS he was the senior correspondent. To gain the respect that he had, he had to work hard so that to come up with interesting news that was happening around the stock market, and after getting the news, he spent hours in analyzing the findings so that to come up with a compelling report and those that were insightful.
The main areas that Jeff Yastine specialized in were finance, business, and economics that he tried to focus on the trending topics. After he finished his service to PBS, he went to oversee the production of the newsletter at the Newsmax Media, and he became the director of Oxford Club in the editing department. He has the proven record of being able to give valuable advice, and with that, he has been able to help investors in making wise decisions. Before even the experts have released the report, Jeff would have already made the predictions. That is the reason why readers are so interested in knowing what he has to say when it comes to cybersecurity investing.
In the article, he stated that the hit of cybersecurity is increasing. He mentioned of cybersecurity that happened last year of the Equifax breach that occurred. The theft lead to the compromising of information of 145 million people after they took the data.
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Ted Bauman was born and raised in the United States of America, being an economist by profession he traveled to South Africa where he got involved in urbanization policy as well as post-apartheid economic. During the 1990’s and the 2000’s he was still in South Africa and he was able to act as a consultant to various African nations, and Europe. His professional and experience also gave him a chance to travel around the world and he gained experience and skills on politics and economics. Mr. Ted is not an economist by professional but he is also an author. He has been able to write on different financial journals including; the journal of Micro-finance, environment and urbanization, as well as Small Enterprise Development. Learn more at Seeking Alpha about Ted Bauman
Ted later moved back to the United States in 2008 where he was serving at a non-profit organization with there location in Atlanta. In the organization Ted Bauman was appointed as the Director of International Programs. His vast experience helped him to be able to create a focus on proficiency that was of a great benefit for the firm’s sustainability and efficiency. In 2013 Ted joined Sovereign Society which is now Banyan Hill Publishing where he was a part-time editor. His aim of working at Banyan Hill Publishing was not for his writing and editing but also he was eying for his father’s existing assets. At Banyan he combined his skills in economics and writing to become his own voice. Mr. Bauman is not an editor at Banyan Hill Publishing but he is also the editor of Bauman Letter a monthly subscription letter. Bauman Letter assists the subscribers to gain wealth and investment through legal, personal plans, as well as advanced investment.
Ted is also involved in other writings including; Alpha Stock Alert, Smart Service which is an EFT-trading platform. Recently Ted was interview and was asked several questions about his personal life as well as his day job. When asked how he starts his day he said he wakes up very early in the morning take his daughter to school and comes back to his home office where he works until 5 in the evening. He also mentioned that he is existed by the increase tendency of his readers. Ted did not forget that waking up very early in the morning has always made him productive. Ted said that if he would change anything he would learn on time management. Learn more: https://medium.com/@TedBauman/is-your-portfolio-about-to-burn-to-the-ground-df79d568ff19
The book written by Sean Penn, seems to actually be aimed at our present day President. No other than Donald Trump. The description that says the landlord is a seventy year old bot-man who has money and his hair is described as French vanilla cotton candy. The book seems to have this person named Bob, write a letter to his president. But in doing this, Bob creates many facts that play into present day cable news. For instance, he throws into the letter the “alternative facts” about Russia, and the NRA. However, Bob does not stop there , he writes that his president is illegitimate and narcissistic. The ultimate seems to revolve around a tweet placed by Bob, he says, “ Sir I challenge you to a duel. Tweet me, I dare you.” Sean Penn has even been on CBS Sunday Morning promoting this book. It gives us a view into Sean Penn. It seems that the world, through his eyes, is placed in the character Bob Honey. He makes Bob Honey a celebrity and as such, wants everyone to know how disillusioned he has become with our world. Although it can be seen in the reading of his disillusion, the book doesn’t have a formal plot. Let’s not forget what a unique title Bob Honey Who Just do stuff is.
Bob, our antihero, seems to be unhappy about everything in the the world. He sees the state of the nation and laments about it, he loathes his ex-wife because she is happy and has gotten together with her divorce lawyer. Bob does have his good points in this book too. Some of his adventures began with helping some people after Hurricane Katrina. Bob does not wait for invitations, he just follows his conscience just like Penn. While Penn made Bob Honey un-fun, he did make him speak plain spoken sentences. These cause many traffic jams in language . So many that if they were cars you would hear all of the honks. With reading this book, you come to be in admiration of it. Not because of the writing, but because you yourself survived reading it. However, the books goes on to tell of the election in 2016. Bob comes to feel that because of this election, he has become all four of the Apocalyptic Horsemen. He feels that the only thing that will save us, as a nation, is an assassination. Penn , as the author, offers a theory. Even though it may be late and happens in the end of the book. He is interested in capturing America in , not what it was, but what it has become. This can be seen in the things that Bob Honey points out.
Sean Penn’s new book, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff is a unique perspective on humor written on the page. Rolling Stone Magazine describes it as ‘a piece of oddball Americana’ with a ‘loose narrative’ and a ‘satirical tone’. Sean Penn states that his novel is simply fiction, but so far a few leaked excerpts about Donald Trump and the #MeToo movement were misconstrued as factual.
Sean Penn has been an Oscar winning actor for Milk and Mystic River, producer and director of The Last Runner and director of The Last Face and Cape Town. Now, Penn is releasing his second novel that’s basically a work of controversial political satire. It’s a provocative piece of fiction that follows a middle-aged man who has a less-than-exciting job activities and one of them is selling septic tanks to Jehovah’s Witnesses.
In the book Bob Honey’s list of employment positions includes creating fireworks displays for dictators, which is crazy enough by itself, but he adds two additional positions: getting Hasidic Jews out of foreign prisons and assassinating the elderly with a mallet. This book adds yet another layer to the enigma that is Sean Penn. Penn choose to risk his life to interview the most wanted man in the world, El Chapo for Rolling Stone Magazine in the January, 2016 issue. His acting roles have also been challenging: he played a gay politician in Milk and a crazed murderer in Dead Man Walking.
Sean Penn has always been a master at his craft. His writing has the same signs of being unusual, but perhaps also masterful. The critics have pointed out that it does take a satirical look at one man’s view of culture in this country and many of the book’s excerpts have gone viral on social media, but the book is getting people to talk about it. Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff is a self-assured text that accentuates the oddities in one man’s life. Through the eyes of Bob Honey, Penn guides the reader down a path that starts to look more and more like a forever widening path to someplace unfamiliar but somehow attractive and repelling at the same time.
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