Daily Archives: July 3, 2010
July 3, 2010 Dear Chairman Steele (via firstname.lastname@example.org), Thank you for your recent remarks! This is just a note to encourage you that the more the Bush/Cheney wing of the party slams you for standing up and speaking out (just a tiny bit), the more the declared war if you must crowd applauds the fact […] Continue reading
Opinion Letter by Roger Warren – July 3, 2010 Have you noticed there is a certain contempt for “voters”, Republican and Democrat, by the Administration, by Congress and by the Courts? Not 100% of the people involved are holding the people (you … Continue reading
Too many countries and governments in the world today expect that people are supposed to conform to manmade "laws" rather than the other way around. But when laws do not respect human nature, then nothing but trouble can result. The founders … Continue reading
The Daily Bell is pleased to present an exclusive interview with Rick Rule. Mr. Rule began his career in the securities business in 1974, and has been principally involved in natural resource security investments ever since. He is a leading investor sp… Continue reading
What is usually not recalled is the long list of enumerated grievances that make up most of the text of the Declaration of Independence. The Founding Fathers explained how intolerable an absolutist and highly centralized government in faraway London ha… Continue reading
Introducing… the MAIN STREET FAIRNESS ACT! For real, that’s what it’s called:
The halcyon days of tax-free Internet shopping will, if Rep. Bill Delahunt gets his way, soon be coming to an abrupt end.
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Better “ponder” real hard on this one, folks The NRA in thinking about backing Harry Reid in November over his GOP opponent Sharron Angle is worried more along the lines of who the next Senate Majority Leader will be; “The Second Amendment and the National Rifle Association are always one bad incident away from politicians […] Continue reading
Boldness is a tactic, not a Strategy
Yes there is a difference – and a potentially huge one.
You create strategy based on a number of factors – you your advisory, the environment, the stakes. Being bold at the right moment can be vital – but it is a tool, a tactic, not a strategy.
There is no […] Continue reading
Action vs. Self-Delusion by Jim Rohn
[The late Jim Rohn was known as the salesman’s philosopher. He was raised as the son of an Idaho farmer, but struck off for the big city. While he worked hard, he didn’t turn his life around until his late 20’s thanks in large part to the philosophy taught him […] Continue reading
I try to remind my kids when we get into real wilderness that this is all there was when the ancestors carved out a spot to build their homes and start a new life. It is easy to take for granted there were always roads, stores and air conditioning.
Don’t let this weekend go by […] Continue reading