Monthly Archives: January 2013

A Move is Underway

I am not one who doles out financial or business advice. Such advice always kills friendships and on top of that my advice is never free. However, I will come as close to giving advice as you will ever hear … Continue reading

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I am surprised.

In America today, the U.S. Commerce Department released data for the fourth quarter of 2012 stating that the GDP or Gross Domestic Product grew at 0.1% for the quarter.  One might read from my title line that this figure was … Continue reading

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George Zimmerman’s Lawyers Obtain Trayvon Martin’s School Records

cj — Your history is often more detailed and in-depth than you think.  I am aware of a child who last year, on his second day of pre-kindergarten school in the U.S. state of Georgia, brought to school a knife.  How … Continue reading

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This is not a gun problem; This is a problem with a certain class of people.

Chicago’s deadly day: Shootings kill 7, wound 6 CHICAGO  Chicago authorities say seven people were killed and six wounded in gun violence in one day. Among those killed Saturday was a 34-year-old man whose mother had already lost her three … Continue reading

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The AR-15: Feeding the demand

It is fitting that Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss, a Rhino, has chosen not to seek office again in 2014. Senator Chambliss is very skilled at “beating around the bush” when it comes to infringing upon your rights to purchase and own … Continue reading

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Global Farm Production Diminishing

Global output of farm products is predicted to be down 11% to 13% in 2013.  The largest portion of this decrease will come from the Americas, where farm programs are in flux as governments decide how to address crop insurance that particularly effects … Continue reading

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Europe

I’m headed back into Switzerland in a few days after standing in for a partner who wanted to attend the Davos conference this year. While scanning through articles received from my clipping service (electronic these days of course) I noticed … Continue reading

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