Brian Courtney

Once upon a time, in 1973, a child was born in a majestic land where mountains extended further than the eyes can see. Born during a time of peace and prosperity there weren't any great kings or really any decent leadership of any kind. These leaders led the child and those like him to believe that all of the fights and revolutions had been won, that there wasn't any reason to fight. The people had already fought and won the battles for their freedoms, their civil rights, equality, the environment and the like. As a citizen of Generation X, the child had no purpose other than basking in the victories of those that came before him and maintaining the freedoms that they had won...
Brian Courtney is a Colorado native and self-proclaimed Iconoclast who enjoys reading and writing, the great outdoors, camping and banging his Jeep around on some nasty trail. Some of his favorite and most inspiring authors include Kerouac, Orwell and Dostoyevsky. Brian has written Op/Ed pieces, poetry and his own comedy routines for standup comedy and of course correspondence to elected officials. When he isn't working, Brian tries to spend as much time as possible in the mountains, camping, drinking and 4-wheeling.

Publisher:Brian Courtney
Publication Date:March 31, 2015
Print Length:220
File Size:821 KB
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