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Guardian

As Goes Greece . . .

When the bad financial news hit the world in 2008 Greece had a debt to GDP ratio of about 113%. That’s around where the US is right now, although with the monkey numbers all these countries use it’s hard to know how bad things really are.

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Your Money is Not Yours

You Don’t Own Your Money

We trade our lives for money. We do it every day. Most jobs are just an agreement to spend a specified amount of time and educated effort in exchange for a specified amount of dollars, euros, pounds or other fiat. So at the very least you would want to believe that after you trade away […]

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Slave of the Month

Slave of the Month – June 2012

              Occassionally we feature the story of a peaceful person who had half of his entire life’s production taken from him against his will and by force. These people are not African slaves from the nineteenth century, they are modern slaves who live next door to you today. You […]

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"What do we want? Free money! When do we want it? Now!!"

Students Protest to Demand Freeee Education

All around the world States are gradually realizing the staggeringly obvious. They have been spending too much money for decades. Now they are running out of reserves (in the unlikely event they had any) and bumping against the limits of their credit cards. As politicians drive their economies off a cliff they look around for […]

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