“Sam Satterwhite has been with Moses Power for ten years when
they purchased Texas General Power which he was the CEO. He had
moved up through the ranks of Texas Power as an innovator in the
electrical power generation industry. His ability to position
his companies in the most efficient and cost effective mode of
power generation has made him legendary in the industry although
a bit of a pariah among the governments who wanted to use power
as a tool against their people he stayed with the most reliable.He shunned all of the fad electrical plans like solar and wind
in their early stages preferring to stay with coal and gas. When
gas was being found and developed in expanding quantities he was
building NatGas electrical plants next to the refineries using
their byproducts as his primary fuel. This made Moses Power and
himself legendary in the power generation industry.”
Needless to say this is a terrific book and a great read for anyone with a love of country or conservatism.
Not sure Texas can retain that. They are being inundated by border jumpers and Leftists. The Leftists ruined Colorado, then New Mexico, and are flooding into Texas. Many speculate Texas is rapidly turning purple and, in the not too distant future, blue.
Can’t happen? Look at what they did to California. California used to have the 8th strongest economy in the world. I am not sure of their current economic standing, but California has severe economic problems.
People in some areas of Colorado [and possibly adjoining areas of NB and WY] are wanting to break from Colorado and create another state.
That could be happening in Texas in a decade or so. The Texas state Constitution allows for Texas to be separated in up to 5 individual states, if the political mood and population permit.
Libs are like fire ants. Once they move it, it is next to impossible to get rid of them.
Thanks RG, the publisher is going to start working on the book in Oct and it should take 3-4 months to produce. I think people are going to like the part you copied as it explains the simple efficiency of a truly free market.
I changed the story quite a bit from your version but it mostly stays the same.
Is it out?????where can I buy it?