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Welcome to Shrinkflation: Government Edition

After a truly wonderful event over the weekend in Austin, Texas with about 130 of our Total Access members, I hopped a plane to San Diego, California for a flurry of meetings today. It would be hard to imagine a nicer place. California has extraordinary nature, from its breathtaking coast to inland treasures

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Google Owes $500,000 for NOT Censoring Videos Criticizing a Politician

Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice. Australia Orders Google to Pay Over $500,000 for Not Removing Video Throughout 2020, YouTuber Jordan Shanks posted videos making fun of the Deputy Premier

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Getting UK Citizenship By Ancestry is about to get easier in 2022

Got UK parents or grandparents, but previously weren’t eligible for UK Citizenship By Ancestry? Thanks to a number of significant incoming changes to the country’s citizenship law, you may soon be able to get your British passport after all. Let’s get into the changes below. Tens of thousands of additional people could soon

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Obtaining Mexican Residency is Easy… in Theory

I’m part of the lucky bloodline club. Because I can trace my ancestors back to Italy, I am eligible for an Italian passport. About a year ago, I took the first step toward claiming that second citizenship by making an appointment at the Italian Embassy in Miami. But my appointment is still a

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In times like these, a second passport makes a lot of sense

My daughter was born with five passports when she came into the world last year. Well, technically we’re still applying for a couple of them, but she’s entitled to all five. It wasn’t an accident. It was the result of deliberate calculation and effort. I’ve written about this a few times– giving birth

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What happens when the “experts” are wrong?

I arrived back to Mexico a few days ago, because, the big news in my life is that my wife and I are expecting our second child. It’s a boy. And we had such an amazing experience with the birth of our daughter here in Mexico last year that it was a no-brainer

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COVID Lockdowns Caused an Additional 3,000 Diabetic Deaths in UK

COVID Lockdowns Caused an Additional 3,000 Diabetic Deaths in UK Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice. 3,000 UK Diabetics Died From Lack of Care During COVID Lockdowns A study from

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Spain Beckham Law 2022

Tax matters: Making Spain’s Beckham Tax Law Work For You in 2022

Want to move to Spain, but not thrilled about their heavy-handed taxes? With the so-called Beckham Law – named after football superstar David Beckham – there is a way to move to Spain for up to six years without your tax bill sky-rocketing. Let’s get into the details below… Practically everyone loves Spain:

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Our overlords say inflation and energy shortages are “worth it”

Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice. School Board Member Hosts Youth Event at Her Sex Shop Jenn Mason is a member of the Bellingham School Board in Washington state. She

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The downside of Puerto Rico’s insanely great tax incentives

The power went out this morning across the city where I live in Puerto Rico. Again. My wife and I have a running joke– and I’m not sure it’s much of a joke– every time the power goes out, one of us asks, “Which mouse farted this time?” because it seems that’s all

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