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I found this item while I was housecleaning this week. It is dated April 11, 2015. It was published as part of a longer article called Why The Government Hates Gold. It states that two economists, John W. Dawson and … Continue reading

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Human Rights Commissions

I first became aware of human rights commissions sometime in the 1980s. They were set up by many states and provinces. The stated purpose was to help victims of discrimination. The results have been almost universally disastrous. The reason seems … Continue reading

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Hormegeddon, a book review

This book was written by Bill Bonner, the head man of Agora Publishing, the largest market advisory company in the world. The subtitle is “How too much of a good thing leads to disaster.” It was published by Lioncrest Publishing … Continue reading

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