I received an email entitled “The Billionaire Exemption: Suit May Blow Lid Off Secrets of Billionaire Saban”. In this suit, the plaintiff Matthew Krane, is reportedly a Hollywood tax attorney who is suing his previous client Haim Saban (the billionaire). Apparently, Saban has caused Krane to be jailed for most of a year and has obtained a judgment against Krane from an Austrian court for some part of $36 million.
Monthly Archives: July 2009
Take a paper $50 bill in your left hand and a one-ounce “Gold Eagle” in your right hand. Both are defined in law as legal tender. Both are defined as being worth $50 dollars. But it currently takes about twenty of the paper “FIFTY DOLLAR” bills to purchase one “50 DOLLAR” gold coin.
So, again, here’s the $50 question: What, exactly, is a “dollar”?
Answer: No one really knows because the modern fiat dollar is undefined.
And therein lies the foundation for our current economic predicament.
A friend of mine (Robert Fox) has been charged with possession of a “controlled substance”. The charges were politically motivated and stupid besides. The confrontation and litigation has been going on for over a year. Last year, I told Fox that my “man or other animals” defense would probably make the drug charges against him disappear.
Fox ignored my recommendations. I suspect that he didn’t even look at my strategy. I take no offense. Anyone who litigates becomes so intensely focused on and even obsessed with whatever strategy he thinks will work that he becomes blind to anything else. Nobody has time to read every fool strategy that well-meaning friends recommend.
The following email exchange explains how it may be possible to stop the Obama administration’s mandatory health care plan. The explanation suggests another application on the “man or other animals” strategy that’s I’ve already presented on this blog.
Here’s another email exchange. This one is on the issue of whether Obama was eligible to be elected President or if he was—as some allege—born in Kenya and therefore ineligible.
The following is an email exchange between myself and one who listens to my be radio shows. The listener was concerned that I regularly “mispronunciate” (as former President Bush would say) the word “unalienable”. I explained that the “mispronunciation” is done intentionally to absolutely distinguish between the words “unalienable” (which implicates our Father YHWH Elohiym and is non-commercial) and “inalienable” (whose power is comparatively trivial).