Vincent Nunes's blog
Can Debt Forgiveness Work For The U.S.?
Let's check out this article by Mandelman:
I beat diabetes.
I'm actually approaching what has been determined as my proper BMI.
I won't lie - it's been a really painful month, but it's worth it to regain control of my body.
Isn't it interesting that most of the quaint sayings you and I have shared throughout the years all seem to have been turned on their heads?
For example, "Sticks and stones" should be a familiar refrain; yet there are those whose livelihoods have been taken from them for the simple utterance of contrary information. Take this letter to the Editor, Andrew Rosenthal, of the New York Times:
It's getting very weird out there, dear readers.
I'm fairly certain that the names Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman are pretty familiar, yes?
Here's what we know: Martin, armed with a pack of Skittles, a can of iced tea, dressed in a hooded sweatshirt (now made infamous by Rep. Bobby Rush), was confronted, and eventually murdered by Zimmerman.
Before I get into this very interesting piece, let's talk about PROMIS.
PROMIS stands for PROsecutor's Management Information Systems, and was created by Bill and Nancy Hamilton, under their company, INSLAW.
INSLAW had created this incredible bit of software, and planned on licensing it to the government.
The government did indeed want it...but they didn't want to pay the Hamiltons.
I've made a huge deal about our representatives not performing the will of We The People; well, I think that I have found vindication with the information within this piece from the Charleston Voice:
Here's hoping we all can do something about this.
Many people decry the situation in which America currently finds itself, but not everyone has a solution readily at hand.
I offer a solution: no more INTEREST.
Interest is a component of the economy that doesn't exist in the money supply. Interest was designed as a form of compensation for those who would lend out monies, or as a way for their money to accrue value while being borrowed by others.
Here's the problem:
Let's begin this with an excerpt from Greg Bacon's piece,
What more must I do to get you, dear readers, to understand that Monsanto is BAD NEWS?
Is this the best our representatives can do?
"Gaming the system" is a huge pet peeve of mine, in case you haven't noticed.