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Catholic Online

by Deal Hudson WASHINGTON, DC (Catholic Online) – After my column arguing that “cultural conservatism” should supplant social conservatism, the man whom I regard as the most important Catholic layman in the nation emailed to say, Agreed.the social speaks to institutions; the culture to norms and values. It’s the latter that molds the former. Another [...]

Inside Baseball

Here’s an interesting one for you. Former PayPal senior advisor, hedge fund manager and entrepreneur Rod Martin is making rounds in Nashville to raise money (about $3 million – $4 million for now) for a new venture that aims to expand human life expectancy to 150 years via the acceleration of drug development, bioengineering and [...]

ZEDE: Zonas de Empleo y Desarrollo Economico

 Editor’s Note: This piece was originally published at ZEDE: Zonas de Empleo y Desarrollo Económico, in Spanish. Please enjoy the English version, as machine translated by Google Translate. Please excuse any errors in translation. The Spanish version follows. We encourage you to visit the original. Mr. Rod Martin and his wife Sherri Martin had lunch with leaders of the Protestant [...]

ZEDE (Employment and Economic Development Areas) Conference “Model Cities, Specialization in Offshore Medical Services”. Lecture given by Mr. Rod Martin to the Chamber of Commerce and Industries of Cortes (CCIC), November 15, 2013. Conferencia “ZEDE (Zonas de Empleo y Desarrollo Económico) Ciudades Modelo, Especialización en Servicio Médicos Offshore”. Conferencia brindada por el Sr. Rod Martin en la Camara [...]

NFRA President Rod D. Martin’s interview with JD Miniear on the Conservative Commandos Radio Show, March 6, 2013.

From Joe Young at Benzinga.com: “Aegis Capital published a report Tuesday on Galectin Therapeutics (NASDAQ: GALT) that reiterated its Buy rating and $7.00 price target after the receipt of FDA approval.” This followed a report from analysts at Aegis Capital Corp: Galectin Receives Approval To Begin Phase 1 Trial Phase 1 Testing To Begin Shortly. [...]

Rod Martin en la UFM

by RDM Staff on 19 February 2013

Rod Martin, emprendedor y capitalista de riesgo, visitó la Universidad Francisco Marroquín el 28 de enero de 2012. Martin es fundador y presidente de The Vanguard Project, una plataforma de activismo que utiliza tecnología de punta; y fue consejero de Peter Thiel, fundador de PayPal, durante el inicio de esa empresa. Rod Martin vino acompañado [...]

Dear All, Attached is a press release that was issued this morning. It reports that GR-MD-02 is also effective in treating diabetic kidney disease, including the fibrosis that occurs in this disease.  While we are not directly pursuing clinical development in this disease, it adds to the diseases for which the drug may be effective.  [...]


By Catherine Snow | In an era of growing intolerance to Christian beliefs and corporate skittishness to pressure from gay activists, the world’s largest global electronic payments service provider says its clients’ religious freedoms trump homosexual activists’ preferences. AllOut.org — a gay activist petition site — recently targeted PayPal, taking umbrage at the fact that nearly [...]

FoxNew.com Live

Rod’s interview with Kimberly Guilfoyle on FoxNews.com Live. Dr. Martin analyzes the current field of Republican candidates for President and what he says might surprise you – there is hope for the GOP! Enjoy!   Rod D. Martinis a leading futurist, technology entrepreneur, author and activist from Destin, Florida. He was part of PayPal’s pre-IPO startup [...]

The Daily Caller

By Monty Warner | In 2006, Democrats rode a wave of discontent with the Iraq War and the Bush administration’s Katrina response to a resounding, power-shifting victory. Republicans were demoralized, disorganized and rudderless, and fundraising for many right-leaning causes plummeted. After four years of Democrat stimulus packages, “green jobs,” nutty cash-for-clunkers proposals, et al, Republicans [...]

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By Heyward Smith and Monty Warner | With the 2010 electoral successes of the GOP cemented in a sworn-in House majority, the outlook for conservative and pro-market causes seems bright. However one doesn’t have to look too far back in political history to temper that enthusiasm. Two short years ago, the media was writing conservatism’s [...]

USA Today

By Chuck Raasch | WASHINGTON — If you’re angry or frustrated at the government, you’re not alone. The Pew Research Center for the People & the Press just reported that 21% of respondents to a March poll said they were mad at their own government. And 56% said they were frustrated. Pew called it the highest [...]

Electing a President

by RDM Staff on 29 June 2008

By Charles Gordon | Nobody who cares about America wants to see a bad president in the White House.  So for those who may be voting for the first time but don’t know a heck of a lot about politics, what follows is a handy guide of do’s and don’ts for the coming election in [...]