Is Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Worth Holding?

While the soft fork for Bitcoin’s BIP91 went through without any issues, on August 1st, Bitcoin went through a hard fork as well, bringing about a new currency, Bitcoin Cash (BCH). Since its release, it’s had a turbulent time, but what can be expected in the future for the new split? Cloned Blockchain Leads to…

Bitcoin Hardfork Produces Encouraging Technical Data

August 1, 2017 was hyped as ground zero for cryptocurrency advocates. For months, bitcoin advocates debated fiercely over the future trajectory of the digital coin. Failing to reach a negotiation on the scaling problem of bitcoin, the original blockchain asset split into two currencies — bitcoin and bitcoin cash. Immediately, the newly-minted cryptocurrency soared in…

No Better Time Than Now to Buy Guns and Gun Stocks

Firearms manufacturers have always made strange bedfellows with Washington. On one hand, the industry is almost obligated in its support of the National Rifle Association (NRA) and similar conservative institutions. But on the other hand, Democrats are prime business partners for any retailer specializing in guns and ammunition. Without fear of oppressive gun control measures,…

In A Better World – by Gary Christenson

In a better world we might expect: Individuals, corporations, and governments spend no more than their income. “Honest” money is used by all, has intrinsic value, retains its purchasing power and is not counterfeited by individuals or bankers. Governments and bankers support and encourage “honest” money. Alas, we live in this world and must realize…

You’re Being Dogged by the War on Cash

If you weren’t hiding under a rock since the 1990s, you’ve noticed how cash became a debit card, other monies flew somewhere into digital clouds, and we now have cryptophants (I just made that word up) sporting digital wallets. If you’re old enough, you witnessed the demise of the $500, $1,000, $5,000, and $10,000 bills…

The Big Lie

Middle Class Enrolls in Enslavement by Record Numbers Dear Reader, What’s going on out there isn’t normal, but to go against the status quo takes a bit of courage. The middle class has signed up gleefully for financed vehicles, 3-decade home loans, credit card debt, financed education (which is freely available online), and a two-income…