Monthly Archives: April 2015

Ending the IRS and other FREE-MARKET GEMS

Strange Bedfellows (4:00) . . . but not for the usual reasons. Good ideas are rising up through the grass-roots and sprouting in D.C. where guys like Rand Paul and Eric Holder are actually working together. Tapping your Roth IRA … Continue reading

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FREE-MARKET GEMS

Mark Matson Minute (1:00) . . . It’s actually less than a minute, and I bet you can guess what he’s going to say. Investors, you can’t hear this message too often! The secret life of Jackie Robinson . . … Continue reading

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F.O.C.U.S. We could all use a little more of it.

I read a book earlier this year that was very helpful to me in many ways. The book, by Greg McKeown, is called Essentialism. I think I like the subtitle even more: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less. One of the … Continue reading

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“ALL IN!”…a commitment gut check

How many times have you told someone about a commitment you made?  How many real commitments have you made in your life?  I think of my faith in Christ. I think of my marriage to Jenny. I think about my … Continue reading

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Mars, Baseball, and Liberty: WEB GEMS

Mars or Bust (2:30) . . . ReasonTV talks to one of 100 finalists for Mars One, a privately funded mission to put humans on Mars. There would be no return ticket, by the way. Regulating Baseball? (5:00) . . . … Continue reading

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