Archive for December, 2008
It is easy to think of 2008 as a terrible year for your finances, but there is a silver lining – lessons learned.
Governor Janet Napolitano will soon be stepping into a lead role with the Homeland Security Department, which has caused various civil liberties groups to examine her previous record on the balance between privacy and security.
A fiat paper money regime always becomes autocratic or fascist toward the last days of its existence. This is the time when the State makes war on its own people because paper money, personal freedom and privacy are incompatible. Paper money builds centralized power in the State and diminishes the individual.
Ahead of the finalization of President-elect Barack Obama’s proposed economic stimulus bill, a number of groups have been lobbying for a share of the money.
A diet high in inorganic phosphates – commonly found in processed food – can contribute to the risk of lung cancer among those already predisposed, as well as accelerating tumor growth, new research suggests.
Almost all disease can be traced to sugar consumption. And yet we have a natural substitute, found in nature that can replace the dangerous artificial sweeteners on the market today. But Washington lobbyists insist on relegating this safe, effective sweetener as a dietary supplement.
Gold prices moved past $870 per ounce in Friday trading after a week of steady rises.
Federal agencies released a revised guide this week designed to tackle the ongoing issue of identity fraud.