WealthCycles Video Report - February 2015

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testiomials When the powers that be set up a game and you refuse to play it because you're such a moral person, you end up losing to all of the people who are immoral. This is why we all need to start pointing out moralities and immoralities and try to live better as a people.”

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WealthCycles Video Report - January 2015

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testiomials When small and medium-sized businesses are dying faster than they're being born, so is free enterprise. And when free enterprise dies, America dies with it.”

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WealthCycles Video Report - December 2014

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testiomials The IMF is creating an I.O.U. for currencies that are an I.O.U. for bonds that are a promise to tax the citizens of each these countries out in the future, so the Special Drawing Right is nothing but a Ponzi scheme.”

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WealthCycles Report - November 2014

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testiomials The minimum wage makes it so if you want to pay the kid down the street $5 an hour to mow your lawn, you're breaking the law.”

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A Case of Mistaken Identity

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testiomials Instead of making markets more efficient, subsidies distort economic activity and create even larger failures than might have existed in the marketplace.”

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Depressions Are Depressing

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testiomials The problem is that there will always be people in charge who are overly confident and think they can do no wrong. These people have the hubris and blatant arrogance to think that they can control things… that they know more than the information contained in the sum of all transactions… that they know more than the free market.”

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Next Step to Distributed Free Speech Net is Non-Compromised Hardware

Innovative minds have been working for decades to create a decentralized alternative to the Internet. In recent years free software has become available that, once installed, allows individual computers to communicate with a global network of computers independent of commercial Internet Service Providers and broadband and wireless networks. Commonly called a “mesh” network, the software facilitates phone calls and data transmission.

Now the brainy geeks who helped invent the alternative network are anticipating the next logical step: computer hardware that can be verified to be independent of corporate interests and data mining.

WealthCycles has reported extensively on the so-called “mesh” Internet and its evolution in different parts of the world. In a nutshell, installation of the software allows even a cell phone to serve as a node in a secure wireless network.

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Health - US 2013 Uninsured, 2014 Uninsured Are Apples and Oranges

Since 1987, the U.S. Census Bureau has collected information on how many people living in the United States are covered by health insurance and shared that information in a widely cited annual report. In 2014, the first year the U.S. Affordable Care Act will take effect, the Census Bureau has announced a change in the way it counts the number of people who have insurance. This change means that the numbers from 2014 won’t be directly comparable to figures from earlier years, making it harder to tell whether the ACA is progressing toward its goal of health insurance for all. The Census Bureau claims the timing is merely coincidence, but given the federal government’s unrivaled skill at skewing other sorts of statistics (CPI and employment figures, to name a couple), critics of the ACA naturally are crying foul.

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American Hero Richard Feynman Expectations on Data in a Democracy

American hero, Nobel prize winner and physicist Richard Feynman comments on his expectations on data in a democracy.

Quite appropriate, as it must be mentioned that with Nicholas Metropolis, he assisted in establishing the IBM punched cards system used in cataloging enemies in Nazi Germany (Wikipedia).

Feynman has been called the "Great Explainer".6 He gained a reputation for taking great care when giving explanations to his students and for making it a moral duty to make the topic accessible.

Today Feynman teaches physics the world-over, every day (recorded lectures on the Internet), as he sadly passed away Feb 15, 1988.

 

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What is The Law ?

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