Priscilla Jones is a freelance business writer and political humorist based in both world capitals —Austin, Texas, and Washington, D.C. She launched her professional writing career at age 13 when she received $500 for a piece about fire prevention.
Building on that success, Priscilla became an undercover, underage correspondent for The Idaho Statesman—”Almost Famous” style. Average-sized student loans proves she attended universities in both Southern California and the United Kingdom before seeking political asylum in Texas.
Priscilla’s published work spans many fields, including political communication, small business marketing, architecture and urban design, and golf and country club management.
Her hobbies include target practice, riding horses, and pyromania.
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Published 8:24 a.m. March 16, 2013
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Published 11:19 a.m. March 11, 2013
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Published 10:02 a.m. March 5, 2013
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Published 7:18 p.m. February 23, 2013
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Published 12:05 p.m. February 10, 2013
They don't care; they don't have to. They write the laws. The U.S. Government? No, the Bank of America.