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New Banking Trace Rules

It use to be that $10,000 was the reporting limit where banks are supposed to let the IRS know you received money. Well, any money you send or receive, that number [...]

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Post-Office New Rules – You cannot mail cash

Here are the regulations of the US Post Office now prohibits mailing: “Money (coins, cash, currency, paper money and negotiable instruments equivalent to cash [...]

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Jefferson – Words of Wisdom

Thomas Jefferson wrote:    “a wise and frugal government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate [...]

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Scranton PA Cuts Gov’t Employees to Minimum Wage

If anyone still thinks I have exaggerated the Sovereign Debt Crisis, you better wake up and smell the roses before the coffin slams shut. The mayor of the city of [...]

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Barclays – The Tip of the Iceberg

The British Scandal of how Barclays got caught rigging LIBOR is just the TIP of the real iceberg. The big banks are traders, not bankers. If you have to speculate [...]

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What the Hyperinflationists Do Not Understand

What the Hyperinflationists do not understand is that government is always about government. They assume government will simply honor its promises and print into [...]

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Paradox of Government

The food stamp program, administered by the is Department of Agriculture, is proud to be distributing the greatest amount of free meals and food stamps ever in its [...]

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Hyperinflation

Because of the seriousness of Germany forcing deflation upon Europe that could result in war, this fear of hyperinflation is just not warranted and must be [...]

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