Meet your out of the box thinker, Ted Bauman!

(Recap) Don’t let the Labor’s day dark history repeat: Ted Bauman keeps his father’s tradition alive by sharing a tale of how labor day can be something other than what we’ve grown up knowing about. After a short recap of what labor day is normally celebrated for he then continues on with the semi uneasy truth. The Pullman Strike found it’s name because Pullman was an unfair, rough around the edges type of boss. He made unfair rules such as telling his workers that they couldn’t own their own homes in the town. He also cut back his workers pay but kept their gas and rent at the same price! After all of this happened congress voted to make the first Monday in September which is the holiday we’ve all come to know as Labor Day. However was the lesson truly learned? Ted Bauman asked the same question. Bauman claims that if we learned abit of history and act on it then yes, there is a very high possibility to make the country great again. Visit Ted Bauman on Twitter to know more about him.

Ted Bauman started out at Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013 and has taken many responsibilities upon himself during his time there. Some of Me. Bauman’s responsibility included some same responsibilities from other businesses he worked for.

He specializes in asset-protection, privacy, international migration issues and low-risk investment strategies. Always hard working, Mr. Bauman has worked tirelessly his entire life to ensure people have access to the resources needed to live a sovereign life free from corporate greed and government oversight. Learn more onĀ  Seeking Alpha about Ted Bauman

Mr. Bauman was born and raised in Maryland he stayed there for a long time until he then moved himself to South Africa as a young man where he graduated from the university of Cape Town, earning postgraduate degrees in both economics and history. He found himself serving a variety of roles during his 25-year career in South Africa, such as: executive roles in the nonprofit sector where he mostly served as a fund manager for low-cost housing projects. He even aided in funding Slum Dwellers Internationals, which has aided over 14 million people in 35 different countries. As the century care to pass and the 2000s rolled around Mr. Bauman came to work as a consultant.

He researched and wrote extensively on finance, housing and urban planning issues. He worked with a vast and diverse range of clientele ranging from the United Nations and the World Bank to the South African Government and European Grant-Making agencies.