Bob Livingston Archive
Bob Livingston is an ultra-conservative American who has been writing a newsletter 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.
If you occasionally get less than about eight hours of sleep, you could be increasing your chances of experiencing a life-threatening heart or brain disaster.
Dear Bob,On the verge of retirement, I am very confused about a few issues, so I hope you can give a few pointers? I have a retirement plan at work and a thrift fund which I recently transferred to an IRA Roth plan. But since the gov`t. will probably find a way to erase that, […]
Governments in Europe have their eyes on the private pension funds of their citizens. And some in and around the administration of President Barack Obama have expressed their desire to get their hands on the retirement funds of Americans. But you can protect your assets by putting your money offshore in an offshore insurance account…
In the event of a chemical, biological or radiological attack, a safe room is essential to survival. The safe room should ideally be a room in the interior of the home. If no interior room is available, choose one with as few external walls and windows as possible. An adjoining bathroom is also desirable.
Maintaining your privacy in today’s technological age is, at best, a difficult task. It requires constant effort to remain below the radar. But, if you have a presence somewhere on the Internet — say through a social site like Facebook or LinkedIn — it is impossible.
This new book is timely and an excellent primer for millions of frustrated Americans who believe that there is widespread wrong and crisis in America. They feel great danger but have not connected the dots that would bring into focus the big picture. This book puts the blame where it should be, on the vested political and bureaucratic system.
A California Supreme Court ruled Jan. 3 that defendants lose their rights to privacy for any items they’re carrying — including electronic devices — when they’re taken into custody.