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State Senator Eric Brakey, The Greatest Crisis Facing Our Country

State Senator Eric Brakey (R-ME),  In the Maine Legislature, Eric serve as Chairman for the Health and Human Services Committee and as a member of the Marine Resources Committee.

Eric Brakey represent District 20 in the Maine State Senate, which includes the people of Auburn, New Gloucester, Poland, Minot and Mechanic Falls.

He also manage financial records for Brakey Energy, a family-run business that helps industrial clients to lower energy costs and increase energy efficiency.

In his spare time, he  enjoy acting with the Lewiston/Auburn Community Little Theater (LACLT) and volunteering with Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Androscoggin County. www.BrakeyForSenate.com

Robert Genetski, Ph.D. Author of Rich Nation, Poor Nation - Why Some Nations Prosper While Others Fail

Dr. Robert Genetski, Ph.D., has a rare combination of business and academic experience. He is a world-renowned economist, financial advisor, teacher, author and popular speaker. For over 25 years, his consulting firm, ClassicalPrinciples, has helped his clients to prepare for changes in global economic conditions. Robert has taught economics at various institutions including New York University and the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. He is one of the nation’s leading advocates of free market classical principles. His new book, Rich Nation, Poor Nation, provides evidence illustrating how poor nations can become rich, as well as how rich nations can lose wealth.

In Rich Nation, Poor Nation, Robert Genetski also addresses the issue of social justice and redistribution of income from those who have to those in need. Compulsory redistribution not only fails to solve that problem, it has also increased poverty. Poverty can be significantly reduced by giving the poor the same opportunities as those in a successful economy. The only practical solution to enhancing the wealth of nations is for poor countries to replicate the formula for success that wealthy nations display.  www.ClassicalPrinciples.com