The winds of the wolf’s breath are coming back to haunt us, again. Amid the talk of deflation and of falling house sales, gold has found its way to the $1240s, and silver is in the $19s. It’s been two years since the crisis blew up, and people are still unemployed and still in debt…. [Read More]
Guest Posts My first guest post is live! The theme is “the difference between volunteering and forced giving”, through a tale of a traveler, a poor woman, and a scheming farmer. Thanks to Christian Common Cents for publishing! Weekend Reading The Yakezie gives us some more details about membership and the belt system.
Condos have become all of the rage lately. Many developers have come out with advertisements stating “why rent, when you could own?”, and the argument does seem compelling with low interest rates, although housing prices in Canada are currently quite high. First, let’s look at the advantages and disadvantages of living in a condominium versus… [Read More]
Another week passes by, and another tens of thousands of barrels of oil gush out into the Gulf of Mexico, adding to what is possibly the U.S.’ worst environmental disaster. With the failure of one attempt to stop the leak after another, pundits are now starting to look at more drastic (and perhaps insane) alternatives,… [Read More]
The picture above was taken at the Angkor temple complex in Siem Reap, Cambodia. This temple complex is a testament to the richness of the cultures and history of the world. I highly recommend visiting the region at least once in your life. Why mention it? Because I have been hearing and talking a lot… [Read More]