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September 8 2018 Sanctions in a modern world I don’t know maybe it’s just me but lately it seems like the West wants to sanction the planet. Venezuela and Argentina are just two of many examples that flash to mind. While sanctions on smaller countries may still prove to be effective its effects on superpower [...]

Life through the eyes of a Centenarian I’m at the ripe middle age of 61 and still I connect with my mom every day. Whether it’s a quick email or a message even a call we somehow manage to link on a daily basis. For some this might sound a bit strange coming from someone [...]

Sept 5 2018 Pension Debt and Your Free Will As a species since the beginning of time we’ve possessed what most term free will. I’ll agree as human beings free will is one of our natural inherent properties. While I couldn’t agree more on the above there is another side to this statement and rarely [...]

August 2018 2018 What a 20 Trillion dollar debt looks like. Because of our devalued currencies over the past decade some terms kind of changed a bit. For example what used to be Billion has now become Trillion. No big deal right? It’s a close enough replacement in fact the word even rhymes. Before continuing [...]

August 28 2018 When it comes to possessing the skills to tame any beast I know of no better source than Jim Rogers. On multiple occasions I’ve watched Jim take over the reins and tame the most belligerent interrogator and effortlessly coax them back to reality. I understand we’re currently living in what you might [...]

August 26, 2018 At times I’ve wondered if I’m what you might call a bit of a lone wolf though I don’t mean in the social sense. What I’m referring to is the numerous times I find myself standing in solidarity when approaching the subjects of truth and Natural Law. So often I still hear [...]

One of our most valued experiences from doing the “Something Feels Wrong” YouTube channel is the percentage of folks who began as clients but evolved into friends. Such is the case with Gary and Edilia. Liane and I first met them on one of our discovery excursions in 2013. During the outing it was obvious [...]

After what’s recently occurred, by abandoning the Iran deal already some of America’s strongest allies are beginning to ask some tough questions. The EU is now asking several direct questions concerning the loyalty of what was thought of as a set in stone relationship. What have I always said about history having a funny way [...]

On 6 August 1991, almost twenty eight years ago, the World Wide Web became publicly available. This gave birth to a whole new technology which would fundamentally change the world as we know it. There’s a multitude of ways August 6, 1991 changed the world but one thing I’m sure we’ll all agree on is since [...]

I’m often asked “with all the countries you’ve been in and after living in six different countries what made you settle on the DR?”A good question that’s always trailed by another “out of the whole DR what is it that made you pick the town of Cabrera?” Perhaps even a better question and I’ll attempt [...]

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