“A gentleman can live through anything” ~William Faulkner
By Catherine Austin Fitts
At Home in Dogwood Mudhole chronicles the journey that Franklin and his wife Susan take as they leave Memphis and move their family and business to a rural area in middle Tennessee. In the process, several children move to join them on the land as their families grow. The Sanders’ business prospers, they learn how to farm, to build homes, and build a church as the cycle of birth and death unfolds within the land, the animals and their family, congregation and friends. This is a story of a family that chooses to prosper through faith, family entrepreneurship and a love of learning in a time when the economy around them is headed in a different direction
Franklin and I will talk about what he and Susan have learned about what it takes to be both fruitful and faithful – lessons we can all apply in our lives in changing times.
Of course, Franklin and I will not be able to resist also touching on the latest developments in the precious metals market!
In Money & Markets this week I will discuss current events in the news and financial world, including Dave Brat’s upset win in the Congressional Republican primary race in Virginia.
In Let’s Go to the Movies, I will review Horatio’s Drive: America’s First Road Trip, Ken Burn’s documentary about Horatio Nelson Jackson who, with companion Sewall K. Crocker and pet pit bull Bud, drove “The Vermont,” the first car across America from San Francisco to New York in 1903.
Talk to you Thursday!