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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.
New Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen climbed into her predecessor’s helicopter and announced Tuesday she would continue Ben Bernanke’s money drop.
Cash money now in a “safety” deposit box or anywhere is presumed to be illegal. This is the excuse to seize it, saying it is your burden to prove that you paid taxes on it, that it is not illegal proceeds from drugs or that it is not laundered money.
There is no logic behind bans on so-called “assault weapons.” Bans are simply an effort by the gun grabbers to capitalize on the irrational fears of a few simpletons — who find certain weapons scary looking — in order to create a category of weapons and gun owners that gun grabbers can demonize in their unending march to disarm Americans.
That is never so evident as in New York.
For stiff, sore or painful knuckles, try rubbing castor oil into the joints daily. Many people report that the pain is gone within a few days.
Other beneficial uses for castor oil include removing warts and making age spots fade away.
Supporters of the regime will crow over Friday’s lower unemployment number as a sign that the economy is recovering, even as signs abound that things are not at all rosy for the 99 percent.
As a subscriber to your monthly letter (The Bob Livingston Letter, subscription required), I come to you with a question.
It seems that a lot of games are being played with the prices of precious metals. Such is frustrating for those holding same.
Okay, my question: Buying metals against a shaky dollar and inflation is one thing, but what about selling if there is a need? What does one get for his metals? Fiat currency? It seems like a loaded question to me. What are we really buying precious metals for?
I can see paying for some goods with metals, but there are more questions than answers on this.
Despite assurances by the undocumented usurper currently occupying the people’s house, the insurance debacle that bears his name was never about healthcare at all. It appears to have been designed to destroy the middle class.