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European Outlook for 2013

Europe could decline into 2017. At the very least, we should see Europe come in with the lowest economic growth in the world. See: The Fate of Europe [...]

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Legal Tender

There seems to be great confusion surrounding what is money and what is meant by the term “legal tender”. Legal tender is a medium of payment allowed [...]

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Congressional Erectile Dysfunction

Congress has erectile dysfunction when it comes to standing up for the people against the executive, courts, and runaway economics. I maybe speaking to members at [...]

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Here we Go Again – Debt Ceiling Showdown

The Republicans are not real smart. Perhaps they took the little bus to school. We may be witnessing the demise of the Republican Party. The brain-dead ideas of [...]

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Added to the Store – Cufflinks

Many people have asked are there any “real” roman coins in jewelry? Everything I have ever seen in jewelry stores are imitations. I managed to find [...]

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The Russians Weighing in on Fleeing Capitalists

The ultimate irony is the former communist country is now courting capitalists fleeing the West. The crazy thing is both Russia and China seem to be offering [...]

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As of Monday

A new Homeland Security provision goes into effect on Monday January 7th, 2013. ANY packages mailed OUT of the USA (not in) will require full disclosure of the [...]

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A Massive Exodus From France

They say the definition of pure insanity is continually doing the same thing over and over again while expecting a different result. Under that definition, all [...]

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Thomas Paine on Government v Society

  Thomas Paine was hated in England for what he wrote. Pictured below is a political token blaming Paine for effectively the American and French Revolutions [...]

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Avoiding Taxes in Europe is Becoming An Art Form

As taxes rise and services decline, underground economies are booming. Barter is returning and governments are clamping down following the model of the commonly [...]

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