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Am I Rich?

I may be rich.  Wealthy.

I just realized that I could quit working today, live my current lifestyle and be set for life.  Does that make me rich or wealthy?  392 more words


How the Debt Crisis in Puerto Rico Impacts the Future of the United States

If Puerto Rico was in bad shape, it would be in a much better place than where it is now. Due to poor budgeting, lack of restraint, and utter negligence, Puerto Rico has collapsed into a mess that seems unimaginable. 802 more words


Why I Don't Care What Other People Say, Do Or Think, Nor Do I Worry About It.

When you have a strong sense of self (as I do) and when you know who you are, where you’re from and where you are going, nothing else much matters. 150 more words

Living Life

GOP Tax Plan Will Have Fourth Bracket for Top Earners, Could Lower Retirement Deductions

Two significant insights into Republicans’ evolving tax-reform plan emerged Friday.

First, House Speaker Paul Ryan said that an additional top income tax bracket would be proposed to make it easier to maintain high tax rates on the very highest-income Americans. 308 more words


Forewarned is forearmed

Why I am writing this blog

This is a new blog. WordPress say new bloggers should say something in the first post about what their blog is going to be like and what the point of it is. 360 more words


O’Reilly Settled New Harassment Claims, Then Fox Renewed His Contract by EMILY STEEL and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT


In January, the Fox News host was said to have agreed to a $32 million settlement with a former network analyst, the largest of his known payouts. 14 more words

Word of the Day October 21, 2017



intr.v. ma·lin·gered, ma·lin·ger·ing, ma·lin·gers

To feign illness or other incapacity in order to avoid duty or work.

Cite: freedictionary.com

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