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FATCA – July 1st – 77,000 Firms Worldwide are Turning over Info on Americans

FATCA was coming July 1st  but now it is postponed to July 2015. Still, already some 77,000 banks and foreign firms have signed up to rat-out Americans wherever [...]

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We are Moving to Delaware

Armstrong & Princeton Economics Brandywine Plaza West 1521 Concord Pike Suite 301 Wilmington DE 19803 [email protected] Phone [...]

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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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