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Martin in the Media

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Martin in the Media

“A Philosopher-Capitalist” – The Guardian

Martin in the Media

“Bigger than life in every way.” – Human Events

Martin in the Media

“Whatever Rod Martin says is worth hearing.” – Dr. Jerry Johnson, President, National Religious Broadcasters

About Rod Martin

Rod D. Martin is a technology entrepreneur, venture capitalist, hedge fund manager, author and conservative activist from Destin, Florida. Click Here to Learn More About Rod

Praise for Rod Martin

Peter ThielRod is one of our nation’s leading minds. He’s smart, original, and very committed—a combination that one rarely finds. Peter ThielPayPal, Founders Fund, Facebook, Palantir

Video: Rod Martin Addresses the Honduran CCIC

November 27, 2013 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...

Video: Atlanta the New Silicon Valley of Breakthrough Cures

April 4, 2013 Gil Amelio and Rod D. Martin interviewed by Dennis Kneale of MarketsNow on Fox Business, on the emerging biotechnology sector in Atlanta, Georgia. They discuss the advantages in Atlanta, exciting breakthroughs toward a cure for fatty liver disease...

Video: Are North Korean Rockets a Threat to the U.S.?

March 29, 2013 Rod's interview with Neil Cavuto on Fox Business. Dr. Martin spoke about the North Korean threats against the United States, and what that means for businesses in the target zones. ***   -- Editor’s Note: This interview with Rod D. Martin was...

Rod Martin en la UFM

February 19, 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...

Video: The Best GOP Field Of Our Lifetimes

June 24, 2011 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,...

Finally, The Right Gets Organized

by Monty Warner April 1, 2011 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...

The Right Needs Better Grassroots Infrastructure

by Heyward Smith and Monty Warner February 2, 2011 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...

Anger, Technology Shake Up Political Landscape

by Chuck Raasch April 22, 2010 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...

With friends like these …

by Tom Hodgkinson January 14, 2008 Facebook has 59 million users - and 2 million new ones join each week. But you won't catch Tom Hodgkinson volunteering his personal information - not now that he knows the politics of the people behind the social networking site...

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Rod D. Martin is a technology entrepreneur, venture capitalist, hedge fund manager, author and conservative activist from Destin, Florida.

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