RC Romine writes opinion pieces with keen observations about life, society, and economic issues worth reading.
The Darwin Awards
“Commemorating those individuals who ensure the long-term survival of our species by removing themselves from the gene pool in a sublimely idiotic fashion. … [The author] started collecting the stories that make up the Darwin Awards in 1993” Wendy Northcutt had the imagination and good sense to start the Darwin Awards some years ago, and she’s now compiled the best ones into a book. (From an online review of “The Darwin Awards”)
About Richard C. Romine
Romine is an author and business professional with a BS degree from the University of South Florida in political science and a minor in history. He has experience leading several startup companies and manages his own national marketing company specializing in construction materials with a target market of national hotel chains and contracting firms.
Romine has authored several books and has been writing on economic and business issues since the cataclysm of the 2008 Great Recession.
The Foundations Codex and The Foundations Chronicles were written with the realization that the next generation will have to deal with the folly of this current downturn, that we have ceded our democracy, the Founder’s gifts of government for and, “by the people,” to a small group of that some call the Billionaires Cons.
The Foundations Codex chronicles the first six years of a national cooperative, designed to return the value of people, create jobs and return democracy. Through the only real agent of change, economics.
The Foundations Chronicles tell the tale of the time of the Cons Takeover and the death of billions, all for those that would be God.
Both books were written as a blueprint for those that come after us to give them hope.