A Trillion Seconds

Trillion       1 Trillion Seconds = 31,688 years.  

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What would Sam Adams say?

WWSAS What Would Sam Adams Say?  “Among the natural rights of the colonists are these: first, a right to life; second, to liberty; third, to property; together with the right to support and defend them in the best manner they can. These are the evident branches of the duty of self-preservation, commonly called the first […]

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If all you have is a Hammer

If All You Have is a Hammer… . …Everything Looks Like a Nail. OK, so, today’s headlines read: FORD Requests $9 Billion Loan in Plan Submitted to Congress… BAILOUT MONITOR DECRIES LACK OF COHERENT PLAN… PELOSI EYES $500B MORE… Data signal deep global downturn… Manufacturing hits 26-year low… Schwarzenegger declares fiscal emergency… Treasury Yields Plunge […]

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Chasing too much money

The Great Chase Some say that inflation is caused by “Too Much Money Chasing Too Few Goods”? . Economists, talk show hosts and “experts”, like to repeat that line. Over, and over, and over. . But, is it true? . The Federal Reserve said that in April 2008, our money supply was $7.7 trillion. SEE […]

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What can debt free money be used for?

Tip of the Iceberg . What can debt-free, wealth-based, infrastructure funding be used for? In addition to bridges and roads and the correspondingsewer systems: The Electrical Grid Green Energy Solar and Wind Fiber Optic Cable Energy Platforms Pipelines Geothermal Power Plants Airports Rail Transport Levies and Dams Ports Refineries Upgrades and Maintenance on the Above […]

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Thinking outside the monetary reform box

So, You Think Outside The Box, Do You? VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 The Ashkelon Desalination Plant This is a picture of one of the worlds best water desalination plants. It is capable of producing between 100 million and 400 million cubic meters of clean drinking water per year. With the successful passage of The MINNESOTA […]

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Work Is Not Money

10,000 People In A Room – Work is Not Money.   Let’s suppose that you have 10 people in a room and that each of these people has ten 1 dollar bills – that’s $100. They can buy, sell and trade and seem to have enough money. Some may have a few dollars more, but there […]

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Reversing compounding debt

Folding Our Way Back From The Sun   . Q:  If you could fold a piece of paper that was .05 mm thick, in half, 50 times, how tall would the resulting stack of paper be?   A: Roughly 100 millionkilometers, or 2/3 the way to the sun.  Fold it once more and the stack […]

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Borrow yourself out of debt?

“Of course I can drink myself sober – they are trying to borrow us out of debt, aren’t they?” . YES THEY ARE . Today they are announcing that they will borrow more money, so that they can “unfreeze credit markets” – so that they can borrow some more.  

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Reforming the Federal Reserve

Time For An Upgrade to America’s Money system? Fact:   The Federal Reserve Act passed the same year that sliced bread was invented – 1913.

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