Sunday, December 10, 2006

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An “Ideopreneur”

According to Ben Wattenberg the term “Ideopreneur” was coined by James Pinkerton. His definition of the term is: An ideopreneur is a person who has an ideology and tries to market it like an entrepreneur would.

This is exactly what we are attempting to do at Radical Migration. Our ideology is that allowing more immigration and emigration will make the world a better place for all. Our attempts to market the ideology are just getting going. We are taking a multi-pronged approach and are being opportunistic just like I did when I was an entrepreneur.
Thanks to Ben Wattenberg for introducing me to this very apropos description of what we are about.

To visit Ben Wattenbergs blog click here: Wattenblog

To learn more about James Pinkerton click here: The New American Foundation

Documentary Update December 2006

The film crew has been busy. In November they were in Haiti and Miami and this week they are in Washington, Boston, New Haven and New York. I accompanied them for two days of this latest trip and sat in on interviews with Ben Wattenberg and Noam Chomsky. They are two of the smartest people in the country and both graciously gave us the time to ask our questions about immigration and the Right to Migrate. Both of them tend to agree that the world will be a better place when people can live where they choose.

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Ben Wattenberg and Simon Burrow
For more information about Ben Wattenberg visit his blog at: Wattenblog.com.

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Brian Ging interviews Noam Chomsky

I’ll be posting a lot more about both of these conversations in the next few days.

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