Monthly Archives: May 2012

There is a Heavy Cost to Ignorance


Before you read my post, I thought that I would drop a You Tube clip in here to make a point, that there is a heavy cost to ignorance. Before we can hope to take control of our nations we … Continue reading

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Guernsey’s Monetary Experiment


Years ago, being the philosophical Social Creditor that I am, I sought out experiments in the history of creating money. This is one such experiment that I came across 30 some years ago, and I am thrilled that this same … Continue reading

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Keeping Canada Out of Debt


This letter is addressed to me from the Canadian Action Party. I wrote to them to ask them how their party would keep Canada out of debt. Canadians, think about this; much of the taxes we pay are to service … Continue reading

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America’s Punch and Judy Begins


President Obama begins his official attack on Republican contender Mitt Romney. Via the media, contention will tennis scene back and forth as Punch and Judy take turns wacking each other with their political sticks. Of course we will focus on … Continue reading

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