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Nehemiah 5: Emptied pockets

Nehemiah discovered that the nobles and officials under him as a governor were charging extreme rates of interest to their fellow Jews. It was resulting in some of them selling their children into slavery and having no food to eat. 178 more words

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Reagan and the 1980's

I think Reagan was a good man who made some mistakes during his presidency. He set out to campaign with an ideology focused on family values and restoring the faith of the American people. 282 more words

Gray Duck

We get preached at a lot. I was thinking today, about the wanting. Yearning wanting, not lacking. Not yet.

And we’ve been asked throughout our lives to commit to ideas and make oaths to things that we don’t yet understand. 152 more words

2000s

Hello Old Friend

This morning was simple.  I hit the gym, grocery shopped for the week, visited my parents, caught up on laundry and bad TV, then paid most of my bills for the upcoming month.   280 more words

Humor

It's A Mania - Behold The Red Chips And The Big Macs

Source: Contra Corner, by David Stockman

Zero Hedge recently revealed that $5.3 trillion of government debt trades at subzero interest rates. In today’s fiscally profligate world that is a thundering tell. 235 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Pepper Winter-Debt Inheritance (Indebted #1) (2014)

“I own you. I have the piece of paper to prove it. It’s undeniable and unbreakable. You belong to me until you’ve paid off your debts.” … 131 more words

2015