130401 – Email Tax?



Today’s Items:

First…
Dismissal of LIBOR
http://www.zerohedge.com

A U.S. District Judge has dismissed claims that those in the LIBOR scandal broke antitrust laws.    In so ruling, the potential cost to the banks from an adverse overall resolution would be crippled.    In short, the banks won again and the concept of accountability and responsibility from the current judicial system is history.

Next…
Betray Your Bank Before Your Bank Betrays You
http://www.zerohedge.com

After Cyprus, it should be dawning on a lot of Europeans, and Americans, why that deposit-guarantee limits matter.    If one has more than the guarantee amount that could be protected, then that money is potentially history.    Of course, what makes one think that those deposit-guarantee could not be dropped in a split second?    So far, there have been no signs of a mass exodus in countries such as Italy or Spain; however, people still do not know the extent of the theft in Cyprus…   Yet!

Next…
Farmland Bubble
http://www.american.com

Farmers have cash, and nowhere to invest it but farmland. Farmers largely ignore equities.    So, farmland prices are booming.    Land prices in the heart of the Corn Belt have increased at a double-digit rate in six of the last seven years.    Of course, when everything goes to hell, farmland is what people will want.

Next…
DHS Solicits For More Ammo
http://freedomoutpost.com

The enemies of the U.S. Constitution, within the DHS, are soliciting for more various kinds of ammo.     These bastards want to spend 37 million tax payer dollars for nearly 90,000 rounds in various calibers to target Americans.   Granted, the number of ammunition is down considerably on this order; however, why are the bullets destined for Artesia, New Mexico that is less than 200 miles from the Mexican border?

Next…
Secret Service Powers in Colorado
http://www.wnd.com

A bill is heading to Colorado Governor that would give members of the Secret Service broad arrest powers in the state.    It could also provide a framework for federal agents to eventually enforce gun restrictions or confiscation.    In effect, if a sheriff refused to enforce some of the unenforceable gun laws, the agent could arrest an individual if they believe a law has been broken.  To make it easier, it appears that the Secret Service could just use the initials SS.   They could even go around with SS armbands.

Next…
Taxing Email
http://dailycaller.com

A Californian legislator wants to tax emails to fund the Post Office.    You see, I do not approve of political jokes because too many have been elected.

Next…
100 Billion
http://www.rawa.org

In the last decade, the U.S. has squandered 100 billion dollars in Afghanistan.    Germany has spent over 100 billion dollars for solar panels to supposedly delay global warming by 37 hours.     What would you do with 100 billion dollars?

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.    Good Day!

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130107 – Unconstitutional Actions



Today’s Items:

First…
World’s 100 Richest People Got $241 Billion Richer in 2012
http://libertyblitzkrieg.com

The richest people on the planet got even richer in 2012, adding $241 billion to their collective net worth, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.    The aggregate net worth of the world’s top 100 stood at $1.9 trillion at the market close on December 31st.

Next…
Campaign to Discredit Gold
http://gata.org

Jim Sinclair believes the recent campaign to discredit gold as a financial asset is a sign of desperation.    The Fed and gold banks are working so hard to paint gold bearish and the U.S. dollar bullish.    When one looks into what is going on, it must reflect the dire condition of the balance sheets of the Western world’s financial industry.

Next…
America Doesn’t Have a Gun Problem, It Has a Gang Problem
http://frontpagemag.com

Chicago’s murder numbers have hit that magic 500.    Baltimore’s murder toll has passed 200.    Detroit’s murder toll nears 400.    Washington, D.C’s murder toll nears 400.    It is not the gun-and-bible clingers, that Obama lampoons, that are responsible.     For the most part, it is homicidal gangs, that are essentially a few steps down from today’s unions.

Next…
Interest in Farmland
http://oilprice.com

Farmland has two important attributes that set it apart from most other investments…
1. It has inelastic demand.
2. Political and environmental factors that whittle away the finite supply of global farmland.
One-third of the world’s arable land has been destroyed since 1960 by erosion and other types of degradation.    Is it any wonder that Jim Rogers, George Soros, and others have a new growing interest in acquiring it?     Of course, hydroponics, and other advanced gardening techniques, help counteract the contracting global farmland.

Next…
Americans Never Give up Your Guns
http://english.pravda.ru

How bad are things when Pravda runs an opinion piece that warns Americans never to give their guns?  It is like a major political pole shift has happened and Americans are now on the losing end.    The writers at Pravda appear to be more supportive of the US Constitution than 99.9% of all elected officials in both Washington and in State governments.    Maybe, we should have an exchange…    We send Obama, Feinstein, and all the other hypocritical gun control freaks to Siberia and we ask nothing in return.  Sounds like a great deal.

Next…
Sorry Folks, The $1 Trillion Coin Is Unconstitutional
http://www.cnbc.com

Can the Treasury really pay its bills with trillion dollar coins?     The platinum coin solution appears to be authorized. by a statute, which allows the Secretary of Treasury to issue the coin.   With that said, the statute appears to be an unconstitutional delegation of legislative authority because the US Constitution gives only Congress  the power to coin money.    Of course, we have not been living by the US Constitution for some time.    And if we are not living by the US Constitution, do not be surprised with the uptick in media hype of making Obama president for life.

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.     Good Day!

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