“Why everyone needs this book”- Learn the Law in 7 Days

Buy here on Amazon Buy here on Lulu Divorce rates on the rise, unemployment, pandemics, riots....how can we arm ourselves with knowledge? How can we survive class warfare? I recently published a book titled, "Learn the Law in 7 Days".  I am very proud of this small handbook, coming in at just over 98 pages. … Continue reading “Why everyone needs this book”- Learn the Law in 7 Days

Cyber-security is more important than ever

(Former FBI Agent and Author of "Cybersecurity Secrets", Scott Augenbaum, left, standing next to myself, founder of Nalini-Global, Randell Stroud.)     The internet is becoming an ever-growing force in our lives as technology rapidly expands into our everyday interactions. Apps, cell-phones, robotic automation, and wifi connections are all becoming staples in how we communicate and … Continue reading Cyber-security is more important than ever

Before you file for Bankruptcy: Read This

  Bankruptcy is seen as a fresh start for many people. Bankruptcy is prominently mentioned in the Constitution. Article 1, Section 8, Clause 4 of the United States Constitution provides: The Congress shall have Power To…establish…uniform Laws on the subject of Bankruptcies throughout the United States…. Bankruptcy is a necessary option for those with a high debt … Continue reading Before you file for Bankruptcy: Read This

11 ethics Nurses & Paralegals need to know

  Ethics are both personal and administrative. Your personal ethics may be one thing, whereas the ethics you are required to follow under the guidelines set forth by the American Nursing Association or by the National Paralegal Association, may conflict with your own morality Nevertheless, you have a duty to follow such ethics parameters if you want to … Continue reading 11 ethics Nurses & Paralegals need to know

Atlanta “ends” Cash Bail requirements

(Activists celebrate the passing of a new law that exempts bail requirements on certain misdemeanor offenses.)   On Tuesday, February 6th, 2017, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, signed an ordinance Tuesday that eliminates the Municipal Court’s cash bond requirement for certain low-level offenders who otherwise would be forced to sit in jail due to being … Continue reading Atlanta “ends” Cash Bail requirements

Tennessee Civil Asset Forfeiture Challenged by Nalini-Global

On 10/17/2017 , the Metro Nashville Council, held a meeting on resolution RS2017-920- Shared Equitable Program  This bill proposed that assets seized during police activities that are to later be sold would be divided up between local police departments and the federal DEA.  On the surface, it would appear that this bill is simply creating … Continue reading Tennessee Civil Asset Forfeiture Challenged by Nalini-Global

Improving Government/Citizen relations

  On August 22nd, 2017, I was invited to be a guest speaker for the "Decentralize Your Life Tour".  A national tour spearheaded by Libertarian Activist, Derrick Broze, who often finds himself in the cross-hairs of government through his independent journalism. Mr.Broze covered the "Standing Rock" protests in the Dakotas and has traveled the world … Continue reading Improving Government/Citizen relations