Must Read “Leftovers”

The Last Of The Typewriter Men, at medium.com. A few months ago I went to a Notary to get an affidavit. I was taken back to my youth when the lady used an electric typewriter to fill out the paper work. Many people my age learned to type in high school on a typewriter. Kids today don’t know what a typewriter is. This article shows how  advances in technology have made previous technological advances obsolete. Although there is still a need for some of the knowledge

The Other Clinton Foundation Scandal, at investors.com. Only ten to fifteen cents of every dollar donated to the Clinton foundations went for charitable work. By comparison 90 cents of every dollar donated to Doctors Without Borders went for charitable work. The Clinton’s either have no understanding what this looks like to regular people, or they don’t care what it looks like.

Over Half Of The People Who Received Subsidies To Purchase Obamacare, Payed It Back To The IRS, by John Lott, at johnrlott.blogspot.com. The subsidy was a way to get people to buy insurance instead of paying the fine/tax for not having insurance. The fine/tax probably would have been cheaper for most people. Government will get your money by hook or by crook.

The Politics Of Police Brutality And Race

Watch the video below and get a different perspective on matters of police brutality and race. Politicians and the media can’t be trusted when they talk about these matters.

 

GOVERNMENTS WAR ON CASH

Government either wants you to spend your cash to help their Keynesian stimulus fantasy. Or you must keep it on deposit at a bank so the supply of money can be expanded, via our fractional reserve banking system, to help their Keynesian fantasy. Spending counterfeit money is a consumption activity that is not backed by any production. It makes us poorer. Production creates wealth, consumption destroys wealth.

The Bankster War On Cash: JP Morgan Chase To Prohibit The Storage Of Cash In Safety Deposit Boxes, at economicpolicyjournal.com. In selected markets around the country, Chase restricts the use of cash for payments on credit cards, mortgages, auto loans, and equity lines. I think it says, “This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private“, on all Federal Reserve Notes. Look at your cash and see if it says this.

Citi Groups Top Bankster Economist Issues Report Advising The Abolishment Of Cash, by Robert Wenzel, at economicpolicyjournal.com. Since interest rates are zero, people will hold cash instead of putting it in the bank where it can be used to increase the money supply further.

The War On Cash Migrates To Switzerland, at zerohedge.com. Negative interest rates create the incentive for pension funds to withdraw cash and hold it in a secure vault. Banks are refusing to allow withdrawals in these large amounts.

Cash Banned In Louisiana at Garage Sales, Flea Markets Etc. at economicpolicyjournal.com. The House in Louisiana passed a bill that banned the use of cash for secondhand goods. Pawn Brokers must have some political connections because they are exempt from the law, Goodwill isn’t. Government is over reaching at every level.

 

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