Precious Metals as Money Moving Forward
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Sound Money Bills Moving Forward Rapidly in Many States.
First, as to repealing precious metals sales taxes, bills in Mississippi and Kentucky are moving forward quickly.
Other full sales tax repeal bills are pending in Maine, Wisconsin, and Vermont - while Minnesota and Alaska are considering an expansion of their existing sales tax exemptions.
Efforts are underway in Iowa, South Carolina, Kansas, and Missouri to remove the state income taxes on the sale of gold and silver.
Meanwhile, several states are considering bills that prompt the establishment of a gold reserve.
Trump: Quantum information science has the potential to change the world. But to realize that potential, we must first answer some fundamental research questions.
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced Tuesday the establishment of three quantum computing centers across the nation, involving an investment of $75 million.
The establishment of the centers stems from a provision in the National Quantum Initiative Act: www.congress.gov
S. 3418, the "Safeguarding Tomorrow through Ongoing Risk Mitigation Act".
Sources: www.congress.gov, www.whitehouse.gov
Operation London Bridge: Secret Funeral Plans For Queen Elizabeth II Leaked For First Time.
Monarchy will remain, but the Commonwealth is uncertain.
Prince Charles plans to turn Buckingham Palace into a museum to streamline the monarchy.
The Royal Family are reportedly planning to sell-off Buckingham Palace in order to create a museum dedicated to the history of the Royal Family.
According to royal commentator Neil Sean, Prince Charles believes the London residence could become a part-time working royal.
Sources: www.express.co.uk, www.rd.com
It's something like 20 percent of the Re- or half the Republicans - the registered Republicans: I am not your President; Donald Trump is still your President. As we Catholics say, "Oh, my God."
Sources: twitter.com ,www.dailymail.co.uk
This was meant to seem butch, but frankly 1.75% interest rates is historically the equivalent of zippo. The market didn't care much.
The 1 yen coin used to be gold, it is now aluminum.
The yen never recovered from its periods of inflation, but Japan's economy did and huge wealth was created, so in the end in periods of inflation, cash is trash.