Give Yourself Diplomatic Immunity
from Out-of-control Politicians

Events around the world show that cash-strapped governments will inevitably resort to:

  • Capital controls
  • An avalanche of tax hikes
  • Grabbing retirement savings
  • Asset forfeitures
  • Debt monetization
  • Bail-ins and bank deposit confiscations

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Dead Currency Walking?

Advances in technology will, in the new millennium, be coming at us so fast that, ultimately, they will outstrip the ability of governments to control them. And this, of course, is a very good thing.

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Financial Repression Is Financial Authoritarianism

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FATCA: “The Worst Law Nobody Has Ever Heard Of,” Part I

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