Second Citizenship: 1,000 Reasons for Americans to Consider It

March 19, 2013 By: Paul C. Seymour, Dir. of Client Services As common sense becomes LESS common, and as our legal system morphs into a chapter out of “Catch 22”, second citizenship goes from some extravagant idea, to a very practical solution rather quickly. Reason #1:  Believe it or not, the majority of Americans don’t […]

Cyprus Bailout: Tax the Cypriot Bank Account Holders

March 18, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor Insolvent Banks are receiving bailouts all over Europe; Cyprus is getting shock therapy in the form of a levy on all Cypriot bank accounts. Individuals usually deposit money into a bank to keep their money safe… or at the very least KEEP their money.  The recent bailout for […]

Cook Islands: STILL Your Assets’ Best Friend

March 15, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor The Cook Islands go out of their way to protect your assets and otherwise leave them alone.  The US seems to go out of its way to get those assets. Cook Islands — and other off-shore locations — prove time and again their loyalty to their trust clients, […]

Where We’re Going, We Won’t Need Any Guns!

March 11, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor Gun ownership boils down to basic property rights: not just in owning a gun as property, but in the inherent right to defend your property — be it land, things, person or life itself. The need for guns cannot be centrally planned or even ascertained as guns provide […]

The Cook Islands: Your Assets’ Best Friend

March 8, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor Individuals have best friends.  Your assets need one too: the Cook Islands. The Cook Islands are your assets’ best friend, because they constantly evaluate and fortify the measures by which they protect your wealth. Here at Global Wealth Protection, we write a LOT about laws initially created to […]

Who Are Your Five Closest Friends?

by Bobby Casey, Managing Director March 6, 2013 A recent casual conversation made me reflect on my sphere of influence.  I may just be an amalgam of my five closest friends! This morning I was having breakfast with one of our Global Escape Hatch speakers – Tres Knippa, and we started talking about our associations. […]

Yen Rallies During Italian Elections

March 5, 2013 By: Tres Knippa, Member Chicago Mercantile Exchange During the circus of European politics, the Yen enjoyed a temporary rally.  But that is only a distraction from the greater issue: an international race to the bottom in political leadership and irresponsible fiscal policy. Howdy, from Chicago. What a week it was in the […]

Death, Taxes and Offshore Accounts

March 2, 2013 by Brian Mahany The Fifth Amendment to the Constitution used to protect us from self-incrimination.  When it comes to the IRS collecting taxes, your offshore financial documents are exempt from such protection. If you look up a court case titled In Re Various Grand Jury Subpoenas in the Manhattan federal court’s docket, […]

The Fourth Amendment: Abolished

February 26, 2013 By Steven Hilgart, Director of Marketing and Conference Operations The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution protects us from illegal search and seizures!  But not in Constitution free zones where it’s been abolished. I’ve always been that guy who touches the stove to see if it’s hot. And what better way to test […]

The Draft: Forcing the Appearance of Equality

February 25, 2013 By: Kelly Diamond, Editor The draft takes the perceived iniquity of targeting the poor, and evens the playing field so everyone has an equal chance at dying on a battle field… as opposed to the equal chance not to. A topic which smacked of “Obama Youth” back in the 2008 campaign days […]