Central Bank Chicanery and We the Revenue Units

See it for Yourself

“Unfortunately no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself.” ~Morpheus, The Matrix The Oxford English Dictionary defines, chicanery, as, “legal trickery, pettifogging, abuse of legal forms; the use of subterfuge and trickery […] Read more »

Blockchain: Open Source Money

Cashless Society

“Blockchains are simply distributed transaction processing engines. The technology allows data to be stored in a variety of different places while tracking the relationship between different parties to that data. Most people trying to explain blockchains like to compare it […] Read more »

The Cumulative Effective-Tax Rate

Taxation in America

Early Americans would roll over in their graves if they heard about modern-day America’s topsy-turvy departure from many of the hard-won freedoms and liberties of the American Revolution. They would be unable to make sense of all the different taxes […] Read more »

Special Report 2017

New Revenue Streams

“No matter what the politicians and monetary authorities say, the buying power of the dollar continues to decrease, with its current value 95 percent lower than it was in 1913.” The American Institute for Economic Research, January 2009 Cost of […] Read more »

Post-Truth: Facts Pale by Comparison

Post-Truth Money

Chuckling to myself, I could not pass up the opportunity to highlight the Oxford Dictionaries’ international word of the year for 2016, post-truth, an adjective defined as: “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in […] Read more »

Meet the New Boss Same as the Old Boss

Is Donald Trump Anti-Establishment?

Sorry to have to break it to you. The truth is that President-elect Donald Trump is not anti-establishment. Certainly he is the opposite to Hillary Clinton in many ways; he will bring different policies to the country and a new […] Read more »