Thank you Judy
Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Jan. 28 2019
Compiled 28 Jan. 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington
Below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to do their own research and decide whether or not it was valid. A Special Thank You to Martha for her untiring research efforts in discerning the Truth and to Ken who uncovers almost unlimited intel on pedophiles to help us Save the Children.
As of Jan. 21 2019 We The People returned to the original Constitution. Power over political affairs has now been taken away from political elites in Washington DC and given back to The People in their local State-run governments. We give thanks President Trump and the brave souls of the Alliance, whom we keep in our prayers.
Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. Good moral beings have the power to overcome evil and change the world.
The Anatomy of Wealth
January 7, 2019 By Keith Taxguy
How Much Income Can A Simple Quarter Produce? You Might Be Surprised
Every fortune starts with the first small investment. See how this man turned a small investment into a large fortune with a steady stream of income.
Every fortune starts with the first small investment.
I did something different this holiday season than I ever did before: I took two five-day weekends. This may sound like a minor thing considering the FIRE* community I supposedly belong to**, but to me it was a serious adjustment.
Don961: Who rejoice in the new budget?
Monday 28 January 2019
I do not think that an Iraqi understood that he was happy or proud because the new government and parliament have read a financial budget for the current year. This is the second largest budget in the history of the country. It is the second largest budget between the OPEC countries and the second largest budget among the Arab countries.
American) budget allocations in eight countries of the region for this year, these data is what applies to our old saying, we Iraqis: Sweetness works with the walls of a mausoleum!
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Don961: Accession of Iraq to the International Organization of Securities Commissions
Updated 27/01/2019 10:16 AM
BAGHDAD / JASIM KARIM AL-TAI / / The head of the Securities Commission, Alaa Abdul Hussein Al-Saadi, revealed that Iraq guarantees to the International Organization of Securities Commissions. Stressing that this step will contribute to attract investors to Iraq.
Al-Saadi said in a statement singled out by the Jordanian Securities Agency that the Securities Commission yesterday received a letter from the International Organization of Securities Commissions on the acceptance of the Council of the Organization of the accession of Iraq as a member of the participant starting from January 2019. The letter of acceptance included the invitation to Iraq to participate in the work The annual meeting of heads of securities bodies to be held next May in Australia.
November 19, 2018 By Paula Pant
#9: Work with Your Nature, Not Against It
A couple of years ago, I decided I wanted to drop the vast majority of my freelancing and consulting clients. I didn’t need the money; I’d gained financial independence, and I wanted to spend my time traveling, writing, and podcasting.
Yet I felt reluctant to cut the cord.
“If only I were more disciplined, I could do both,” I told myself. “If only I were focused, I could keep my freelance/consulting clients while also going to the gym and cooking and traveling and reading and writing and podcasting and making space for a social life.”
By Paula Pant November 19 2018
Post From Afford Anything
I’ve learned a ton during the past decade, thanks to reading, interviewing, and massive trial-and-error. I’ve distilled many of these lessons into today’s blog post.
Here are 17 lessons that can improve your money and life.
#1: Money Can’t Make You Happy, But Lack of Money Can Make You Unhappy
They say, “money can’t make you happy.” But that’s false.
Researchers have examined the link between money and happiness — and guess what? Money can make you happy, to an extent. Multiple studies found a significant correlation between money and happiness among people in low-to-middle income brackets.