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In Celebration of the Human Spirit and Religious Freedom (Part II of II)

In Celebration of the Human Spirit and Religious Freedom (Part II of II)

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When traveling to Buddhist or Hindu countries I am always struck by the devotion that I see exhibited by the local populations. SaraswatiLiving the life in a way that honors the spirits around one is very characteristic of these cultures and religious devotion is a daily practice.…

In Celebration of the Human Spirit & Religious Freedom (Part I of II)

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Since this is the week-end of renewal for so many people of religious faiths I thought it would be fitting to put some of my thoughts on paper. Over the past couple of decades I have had the great good fortune to be able to visit some of the…

Digital Memorial Tribute to Martin Dipo Zimmermann

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He believed that the STIX/TAXII protocols for threat information sharing was the last best hope we had to facilitate human-to-machine and machine-to-machine threat intelligence sharing. He believed that this sharing among trust circles within the US, Europe and all the NATO countries, and between the public agencies and private…

Thailand in 2014 – Progress in Rural Development

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A whirlwind tour of the north and south in Thailand topped off by a tour of the Hall of Opium - a museum dedicated to the victims of drug addiction. …

Updates on Key Bills in U.S. House

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Congress is back in session and the various cybersecurity bills that have been introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives have been working their way through the committee hearings.…

Global Financial Reform & Trade Rules: The Need for Reconciliation

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A high-level task force has shown that there are a number of incompatibilities between the ability to regulate cross-border finance and disciplines under the WTO and the myriad ´free trade agreements´ and bi-lateral investment treaties that many nations have agreed to over the past decade. See a proposal to address…

A Road to Prosperity: Part III

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Lehrman lays out 5 steps for moving to a gold-based monetary system. Not easy, but necessary. …

A Road To Prosperity: Part II

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Today inflation of the general price level (or CPI) proceeds gradually in the United States because of unemployed resources, combined with the panic demand worldwide to hold the dollar rather than spend it, or to repay debt with the money rather than to consume. …

A Road to Prosperity: Part I

A Road to Prosperity: Part I

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A gold monetary unit—for a good or service is a transparent, proportional, equitable exchange, grounded by real costs of production, namely labor, capital, and natural resources. This article makes the case for a gold standard.…

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