By Becky Newbold
A gathering in October in Westpoint found people from across the United States exploring local economies and issues important to life: faith, people, health and money.
Organized by Catherine Austin Fitts of Solari, Inc. and Franklin Sanders of The Moneychanger, Transformations & Renewals drew “people who are hard working and industrious, people who take time to care for others—their family, their communities, their colleagues,” Fitts explained.
Based on the premise, many people in the world feel as if they are struggling alone, the question was asked. Where are the other responsible, successful people who appreciate how out of balance the world has gotten, choose to understand what is happening and take positive action?