Congressman Paul gives an opening statement at a hearing on Fed bank supervision and monetary policy. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and Paul Volcker are in attendance to testify.
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Congressman Ron Paul has an opportunity to give an opening statement and question witness, Fed Chair Ben Bernanke at a hearing on “Unwinding Emergency Federal Reserve Liquidity Programs and Implications for Economic Recovery”
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I want to find a financial professional (that is not a bank trying to sell loans and such and that is not consumer credit counseling) who can help review where we’ve been, help us see where we are, and help us with a financial boot camp to help us get to where we need to be. I don’t know if an Accountant or Financial Planner or Financial Adviser is the right person…We have money issues, and need some outside help, it’s clear that we can’t get out of this cycle ourselves.
First see if any friends, family or coworkers in your area would personally recommend someone based on experience. As you mentioned it’s probably best to stay away from a commission based advisor (insurance, bank, broker) and try to find someone who is fee based. They would be motivated to help make your savings/investments grow over time and not just be trying to sell you a product. Try to find a good CFP in your area, they are required to go through quite a bit of training and ongoing education to maintain their certification. I included a link for your reference.
Just curious. And the answer’s probably obvious, but I want to justify it.
A lot of my fave blogs get free clothes in the mail. Usually the free stuff comes from online stores.
Fashion blogs usually have a ton of loyal followers and readers take there favorite bloggers advice because they like the way they dress and they sense of style. If a blogger gives something a good review and shows some pictures of themselves wearing it, their readers start coveting. And obviously someone who spends part of their day reading a fashion blog is serious about clothes. It’s super easy advertising to their best customers
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Im going to graduate high school, would like to do either of these sports, if these sports are available at a college can I participate in them even if I have never practiced the sport. The colleges on which im planning to attend do not specify anything and apparently they are not intramural. My high school does not offer these sports and neither does my town.
While I do not have experience with college archery and/or fencing teams, I do have experience with archery and fencing done by college students.
If the college(s) you are looking at do(es) not offer archery and/or fencing, you should find out if there is an SCA (Society for Creative Anachronisms, Inc.) branch located at/affiliated with the college(s) you are interested in. The SCA, because its main focus is the study and re-creation/re-enactment of the Middle Ages, incorporates archery and fencing into its activities — and most major colleges (and many community colleges) have an on-campus SCA presence. The good part is that you do not have to join the SCA to take part in the archery/fencing, unless you want to join.
I have been involved in archery for more than 30 years, spent ten of those years with SCA archery, and have tried SCA fencing. Don’t let anyone fool you into thinking that fencing is easy or for "sissies", because it is neither — and SCA fencing is only slightly more strenuous than Olympic fencing (the main difference is Olympic fencing is limited to back-and-forth; In SCA fencing, you get to move around and use some foot-work).
and find out if there is a group affiliated with/located at the college of your choice. Then send an e-mail, and ask questions about archery and fencing.
Here is my (Marcelm4) first compilation of the world’s funniest sports bloopers.
I hope you all like it,
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Edit: Ok, people keep telling me the drag racer died, that is NOT true.. everybody in this video survived
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