Bob Livingston Archive
Bob Livingston founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom. Email this author.
Most people accept a physician’s word as gospel. If a physician prescribes medicine for what ails you, then that must be the best one available for your circumstance, right? Not necessarily. Some doctors get paid handsome sums for prescribing certain drugs.
I just read the October (Bob Livingston) Letter™ and you have been mentioning about taking personal possession of any Gold or Silver that I own. I own some Eagles and some Gold but I called where they are stored and they said if I take delivery I would have to pay tax on the amount. Now how is that any different than buying 10 Silver Eagles and having them delivered to my home? I don’t pay any tax on them. Is there a maximum dollar amount I can withdraw without having to pay tax?
Thanks I enjoy your letters very much
We have eaten our seed corn. We are in the midst of a moral crisis which is purely and simply the result and consequence of a 100-year experiment in dishonest money. I speak of fiat, an amoral monster that has ravished our lives and our savings. We live in the final rot of a world fiat empire.
The government hates it when people, especially government employees, point out its wrongdoing. It has often demonstrated its displeasure by firing whistleblowers and sometimes even charging them with criminal activity. But now there’s a new sheriff in town, and it seems she’s really interested in protecting whistleblowers.
Forty-nine years ago, the United States and the USSR stood on the brink of a full-scale nuclear war. The Cuban Missile Crisis was coming to a head.
Current GOP flavor-of-the-month Herman Cain has tried to cast himself as an outsider, despite his ties to the Federal Reserve — and attempts to protect it from an audit by calling those who want one “stupid” — and his recent statement that Alan Greenspan was his idea of a good Fed chairman. But outsider he ain’t.