The Social Security Administration released it’s latest economic figures this week. They’re so horrible even I was surprised… 51.4% of American wage earners made less than than $30,000 in 2014. Think about that. No, seriously, stop for a minute and really think about that. $30K a year? That’s damn near poverty, and that’s what most Americans… Continue Reading →
Archives for October 2015
Next in my continuing series on living abroad part time, is determining if you’re going to “live” in one area for several weeks, or if you’re going to travel around. These are two completely different types of projects, even if you’ll be gone the same amount of time in both. There’s a very big difference… Continue Reading →
Take a look at the graphic above. On all these mainstream web sites, Bernie Sanders won overwhelmingly in their own polls regarding who won the Democratic debate last night, yet all the headlines on these same sites scream “HILLARY WON.” Not only did Bernie win these polls, he won by a ton. Doesn’t matter. The establishment has… Continue Reading →
In February this year, I made the first post in this blackjack series, stating that I make regular net income from playing blackjack. Since then I have posted five articles here regarding exactly how I play, and exactly how much money I have won and lost since February. For your convenience, all five articles are… Continue Reading →
Great minds think alike. This is pretty much what I said last week. Just like you can’t deport 12 million illegal aliens from the US, you can’t make 340 million guns disappear from the US, or even strongly decrease in number. We aren’t Australia.
I’m super excited to talk about this. Today is the first installment in a series where I discuss the concept of living a 100% location independent lifestyle, something I discuss in my book. This series will not specifically be about traveling. Of course travel is a very strong component of this, and we’ll be talking about… Continue Reading →
For the second time in just a few years, there’s been another mass shooting in my home state of Oregon. It’s tragic and sickening. As usual, both the left and the right immediately leaped to their microphones to shout and scream the same, tired, left and right arguments that have become so cliche that I don’t… Continue Reading →