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We are Moving to Delaware

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French Economy Slips Below Even Greece – Last Place in Europe Productivity

If anything proves that this idea of Socialism/Communism goes against human nature, all we have to do is look closely at France. The idea of Communism actually [...]

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King of Spain Abdicated – Protests Against Monarchy

The Spanish King Juan Carlos abdicates on national TV citing political reasons. In his televised speech, the monarch declared that he would make way for a new [...]

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EU Commission is Forced to Back-Off from Austerity

In response to the EU Elections, the EU Commission has realized that austerity is going to create massive civil unrest and dissatisfaction with the federalization [...]

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Getting off the Grid

A host of emails have come in on this subject from did non-Americans have assets seized by USA after 1934 to can real estate be used to the extreme won’t they [...]

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Kennedy would have been Against Obama

  With Obama and McCain and Feinstein all in Agreement about National Security, it is time we do need a Third Party to act as the Second Just look into the [...]

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Getting off the Grid

QUESTION: Dear Marty, You mention getting off the grid – but with technology –  today – how is ownership of anything ‘getting off the grid’? If [...]

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I told You So

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong, I know you never solicit input but I must tell you that after reading your blog I have no desire to read any of the 12 other [...]

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Looks Like New Zealand was First to Restrict Travel for $5,000 in fines

COMMENT: Marty; The restrictions on travel for those with outstanding fines does not appear to be a new phenomenon.  See this 2006 article from New Zealand. [...]

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How Did Zimbabwe End its Hyperinflation? The Same as Japan

The Zimbabwean dollar (Z$) was the official currency of Zimbabwe from 1980 to April 12, 2009, with three periods of inflation. It began as the highest-valued [...]

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