Tagged: Wealth

Mania And The Economic Meltdown of Society

Mania and the Economic Meltdown of Society

by Barnabe Geisweiller

During a period of the Dutch Golden Age prices of tulip bulbs reached extraordinary levels. Single tulip bulbs were bought and sold for small fortunes, making some very wealthy. It is widely considered the world’s first speculative bubble and, like all (Read More...)

America 1950 Vs. America 2010

1950: The total U.S. national debt is about 257 billion dollars.

2010: The U.S. national debt is increasing by over 4 billion dollars per day.

1950: If a member of Congress doesn’t tell the truth it is a felony.

2010: If a member of Congress doesn’t tell the truth they are just playing politics.

1950: Americans dress up in suits and dresses to get on an (Read More...)