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Education – The Greatest Fraud Exempt from Law

QUESTION: Trump seems to be interested in changing education. This seems to be really controversial. What are your thoughts on this subject. ANSWER: Yes, there are [...]

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Government Requiring ID For Anyone Buying at Sotheby’s

As of January 1, 2017, you can no longer buy anything at Sotheby’s without proving who you are. I have bought many things from Sotheby’s over the past [...]

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Connecting the Dots

COMMENT: I read your piece on “The “Trump Revolution” is not about Trump Himself” and I understood this is a global trend. I think one has to be [...]

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Intolerables v Deplorables

QUESTION: Dear Marty, Tomorrow, a large contingent of lawmakers will boycott the inauguration; might this be the “seed” event that leads to the breakup [...]

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Influence

Foreign Governments Have Always Tried to Interfere With US Elections

Meddling  with public opinion is by no means altering the voting machines or vote tallies. Fake news statements can be countered with truth, but only when our own [...]

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Market Talk – January 20, 2017

Although many market players were expecting Chinese GDP around 6.6% most had speculated 6.7% and so a 6.8% boosted confidence ahead of the weekend and ahead of next [...]

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The Left Turns Violent in Washington

The leftists turned violent and are breaking store windows. Is this all to protest “losing rights” because of Trump? You just cannot figure out their [...]

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Trump Sworn In

Trump Sworn In

Trump was sworn in to the dismay of CNN and others. Trump bashed Washington and said he was handing the country back to the people. He did not cheer the Republicans [...]

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Market Talk – January 19, 2017

A major hit for Toshiba in todays market after rumoured reports that they are considering spinning off parts of its businesses resulting in a 16% decline in its [...]

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Woman Fined for Pouring Coffee Down Sewer

Sue Peckitt, 65, poured a cup of coffee down the street drain and then threw the cup in a public garbage can. The police then gave her a ticket for 80 pounds. [...]

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