He started out in search of a new way to trade. When dollars and cents just weren’t making sense, he forged ahead on his own, and developed the Liberty Dollar. Bernard von NotHaus was his name. You might remember him from recent years, when federal authorities raided his home and confiscated his private silver coins. When von NotHaus said he was trying to invent a currency free of government control, prosecutors told the court he was guilty of domestic terrorism.
The fractional reserve banksters don’t appreciate Liberty Dollar offering a currency that actually has inflation proof value, so they sent their minions (FBI) to shut them down on November 15th. Seizing all their silver, gold, copper, and platinum medallions, files, and computers.
As the sentencing portion of Bradley Manning’s trial continues, on Tuesday Army Judge Col. Denise Lind agreed that some of the 20 counts against the soldier should be merged cutting down his overall maximum sentence. RT’s Erin Ade has more on the case.
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The bill everyone knows as Obamacare is officially called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The Senate passed it on December 24, 2009, the House passed it on March 21, 2010, and President Obama signed it into law on March 23, 2010. . . . Read it All