By John Ruberry For as long as I can remember the words "Merry Christmas" have been pushed away from public life, in the both the political and business world. I get it. No one wants to offend people who aren't Christian, or those few Christians, such as the Jehovah's Witnesses, who shun Christmas. However, 83 … Continue reading A Trump Christmas
I wrote about reverse mortgage a bit ago and it hit me it's a perfect analogy for what is going on demographically in Europe, borrowing for the present and letting someone else pay the bill later. A great example of this is happening now in Germany. The German government expects to receive 1.5 million asylum seekers … Continue reading Germany Reverse Mortgages Its Future
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