The government’s plans to take your retirement savings is in full swing and the mainstream press has (finally) gotten wind of it. Here is your Eight-Point Wealth Protection To-Do List so you can protect your private wealth from government’s blatant cash-grab.
Archive for February, 2013
While I sat at the Shire Silver booth, people were also purchasing cards with Bitcoins. This is the first time I had seen Bitcoins in operation as real money.
The phrase often misattributed to Marie Antoinette is, ‘Let them eat cake.’ Today cake is a luxury. And so is beef, if the European horsemeat scandal is anything to go by. Look, I’m not going to beat around the bush here…the European horsemeat scandal wasn’t an accident.
John Goedde, chairman of the Idaho Senate’s Education Committee, introduced legislation a couple weeks ago that would require every Idaho high school student to read Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged and pass a test on it to graduate from high school.
In my opinion, technology is at its best when it improves lives and enhances rather than reduces human interaction. What attracts me to technology is its usefulness…the experiments, and trial and error performed by scientists, technicians, innovators and entrepreneurs.
In every branch of science, the ‘answers’ change from year to year, decade to decade. To illustrate the point, let’s consider the up-and-down…and up again story of the humble coconut. In 1986, the American Soybean Association (ASA) launched a take-no-prisoners campaign against coconut oil.
Last week I asked for feedback on your goal setting and short- and long-term plans. Here are some responses…
There are certain sounds that tend to make people crazy. Think of nails on a chalkboard. An infant screaming nonstop on a long flight. A piercing whistle that won’t go away. Now we need to add another: a U.S. president who thinks he can legislate high wages into law.
There’s no point setting a goal if it’s not possible to achieve it — e.g. earning $50 million by Friday! But if you plan far enough in advance, you can set and work towards achieving a set of realistic goals.
The whole of the government has to go. But what is it that keeps government and the State in power, aside from the threat of violence? There has to be more to it…