Monthly Archives: April 2018

Jed McCaleb Helps People Realize They Have Options

Jed McCaleb started working for other companies when he was at the beginning of his career. He learned a lot about working for these companies and knew there were things he could do that would make the companies the best they could be. He was successful at everything he did and that was a huge

Success of The oxford club

Oxford Club came into being in 1989. It was initially referred to as the Passport Club. It changed its name from Passport Club to Oxford club in 1991. It started as a small networking firm which was owned by William Bonner. Oxford Club was developed through research work and personal interactions. Previously, it was a

The Madison Street Capital Promise to Clients

Madison Street Capital is an investment banking agency that was established in 1994. Since opening, Madison Street Capital can be found in Chicago, Oregon and even overseas in India and Ghana. They have an extensive ability to match clients with buyers and to ensure proper investments that stick and get clients the money that they

End Citizens United

End Citizens United is a Political Action Committee that is funded by ordinary donors. The organization champions on electing movement finance activists to overturn Citizens United. The organization is based in Washington, District of Columbia in the United States. It is also known as ECU. End Citizens United was founded in January 2015. It was


Jed McCaleb co-founded Stellar in 2014, to repair the already broken financial infrastructure and provide individuals with the required resources to attain the best human conditions. He has been working the best way he knows how to, to get Stellar into the blockchain Industry. However, he has managed to create big blockchain projects but is

Victims of Arpaio and Speak out about Joe Arpaio’s Pardon

Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin – two victims of Joe Arpaio, the ex-Sheriff of Maricopa County recently shared their thoughts of the Sheriff’s pardoning. Joe Arpaio was convicted on charges of criminal contempt of court in the Summer of 2017. The event was believed to be the culmination of a decade long legal battle to