What if you could carry and exchange gold in the exact same manner as you do with the dollar bills in your wallet?
Last year, we introduced the precious metals community to a company called Valaurum, which has developed a technology that’s making this possible.
Here’s the write-up from last year:
This Is How The US Government Convinces A Newspaper To Kill A Story
Source: Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, by Mike Krieger
Under President George W. Bush, the White House urged reporters to withhold accounts about many of the most contentious aspects in the war on terrorism: the existence of a secret prison in Thailand, the Central Intelligence Agency’s interrogation and detention program, warrantless wiretapping and government monitoring of financial transactions.
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The case of Ian Thomson has touched a nerve, and rightly so. Mr. Thomson is the Port Colborne, Ont. man who last August fired warning shots over the heads of masked men who were firebombing his rural home with him in it. His seems a classic case of using justifiable force in self-defence. Indeed, it would have been justified had he fired at – not merely over – his attackers.
Nonetheless, when Mr. Thomson reported the incident to police, he ended up being the one charged – with dangerous use of a firearm.
No God; No U.S. Constitution … Sorry About That
– By Jack Curtis –
For straightforward jurisprudential reasons, a post-Christian America shouldn’t expect ongoing protection from the Founders’ United States Constitution; a Creator is required to sustain it. 704 more words