Jim Limber Davis was born to an American woman and a European father. He grew up in the Southern United States. Eventually he moved north, to Indiana, to be with his wife and adopted daughter in 2005. Since then Mr. Davis has become very fond of history, economics, and fixing the terrible conditions that plague humanity. After being struck with a couple of layoffs beginning in 2008, Mr. Davis began rejecting government welfare entirely and set out to understand the problems that were causing his terrible luck.
Above everything else, Mr. Davis is a man devoted to the principles of voluntarism and nonaggression. In personal debates he is very passionate. He means what he says and he says what he means. He is very much the product of two systems set in eternal conflict with one another; tyranny and liberty. His life is nothing compared to that of characters such as Edmond Dantes, V, or Frodo Baggins. Jim Limber Davis is more of the individual who was caught up in a storm and pulled himself up without the aid of a priest and his treasure map, a special biological enhancement, or even the friendship of a wizard and might fellowship, but his own will and determination.
Mr. Davis is a man like so many of us who is forgotten and left to fend for himself while the rest of society’s vultures pick what they can off his weaken state. He is one individual who is determined to make a positive change through voluntary and peaceful means or die trying.
Mr. Davis is an avid reader and mostly self educated with some college experience. His self educated background is comprised mostly of spending hours searching and reading the documents that are scattered throughout American History. While most with a passion for history outside of a standard educational setting are avid readers of information compiled by others, Mr. Davis compiled the information himself by digging through the resources listed in the books written by others; and by spending hundreds of hours on the phone and personally going through several state archives.
Many of his works he gives away for free. So if you're interested in encouraging more or just want to show a little appreciation, feel free to visit www.JimLimberDavis.com and donate!