What is the difference between the Government chaining me to a soup kitchen where I ladle out soup and bread to poor people for four hours a day as a slave, or just me working in my office all day… Read More ›
Will WalMart Shoppers Support “Every Day High Wages?”
Q: What question is kryptonite to a Liberal? A: Who is going to pay for what you and others want for free?
Investing for 2014
Long time no see. We have much to discuss. Let’s start with investments… First, I still encourage people to buy gold and silver. Silver is cheap and easy to invest in for anybody. Northwest Territorial Mint has an excellent program… Read More ›
Bubble #3: The Stock Market
My first job in California when I was 19 was at a Pic N’ Save making $4.25 an hour stocking shelves. That was during the 1991 recession. I barely had enough time to work my way up to one of… Read More ›
How to Destroy America in Ten Easy Steps – Recognize Any?
I had a different post planned for today, but my in-box this morning had an email from my buddy Clark Kent that contained an incredible…and I mean incredible article, that I had to post this morning instead. And yes, he… Read More ›
We are all recycling slaves now…the truth about our can and bottle bondage.
First off, I am not anti-recycling, I am anti-enslavement, and that is what this article is about. Even though I did not have the room to store recyclables in my apartment, I did make sure they made it into a… Read More ›
Gold & Silver – My Love Affair
While everyone else is exiting their gold and silver positions, I continue buying…and so is the smart money… As long as Europe continues to sink beneath the waves, and as member nations exit the Euro in 2012 or 2013, more… Read More ›
How to get 22 pounds of produce for $8 – The “poor” can afford healthy food, they just don’t want to.
Over the years we’ve been bombarded with news and advertisements from various profit and non-profit organizations as well as political pundits and their rhetoric that saturate us with claims about poor people having no other choice but to eat fast… Read More ›
Microsoft, Exxon Mobil & ADP now have a better credit rating, and Apple has more cash and securities, than the United States of America.
On paper, these companies do have a better credit rating. The reality is much different. When a country has its credit rating downgraded, all businesses in that country also have their credit rating downgraded by default. Why? S&P, by lowering… Read More ›
Why renting your furniture is a bad idea…even from Hulk Hogan.
I’ve been watching these commercials for years, and like the famous Cash Call commercials with Gary Coleman (who played Arnold Jackson from the sitcom Different Strokes), I wonder just how many people read the fine print on these agreements. I… Read More ›
United States Demographics – Key Graphics & Comments
The following images are from Wikipedia. I thought it would be interesting for some readers to see what the demographics of the United States look like and to point out a couple key facts. The first image is the breakout… Read More ›
How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes
I’m almost finished reading this book written by Peter Schiff and so far I have been both entertained and educated. Peter Schiff and Thomas Sowell are by far my two favorite authors. In school I read the same economics textbooks… Read More ›