Mark Zuckerberg may be among the world’s wealthiest but even he feels economic strain, if his property status is anything to go by that is.
The Facebook founder has just re-financed a $5.95 million mortgage on his California home, taking out a 30-year adjustable-rate loan starting at 1.05 per cent.
He’s worth $15.7 billion himself making the need to borrow money seem unlikely, but Zuckerberg may have an ulterior motive up his [...]
I found an article about the German reform from Reichsmark to D-mark.
So now came the D-mark. But what happened with saved assets, mortgage loans, other debts or assets? Immediately an escape into asset values set in when the first rumours of a future currency reform began to reach population in April 1948. But since no one knew much about it the reaction remained rather restrained. Only when the D-mark was [...]
Here’s some of his latest handiwork which isn’t really covered anywhere. There are dozens of examples equally egregious domestically but we are all continually amazed at his total disregard for international law, so that seems to dominate most coverage of the alternative media (the msm won’t cover any of it)
“The report also states, “The design of the patch with the U.S. eagle image superimposed seems to imply a hierarchy in [...]
The White House says there is no ulterior motive for scheduling meetings in meeting rooms. | AP Photo
Caught between their bossâ€™s anti-lobbyist rhetoric and the reality of governing, President Barack Obamaâ€™s aides often steer meetings with lobbyists to a complex just off the White House grounds â€“ and several of the lobbyists involved say they believe the choice of venue is no accident.
It allows the Obama administration to [...]