Daily Archives: October 8, 2011

Voting 1

How to Vote Voting is an easy process. As long as you are registered, you will be able to vote on Election Day. Your vote is your voice as a citizen of whatever country you are a citizen of. It’s your opportunity to be heard, to hold elected officials accountable for their decisions and to have a say in important issues that affect your community. On Election Day, every vote matters. Today we’ll learn why it’s important to vote and read about your rights as a voter. You should also read about the political parties competing for your vote and […]

An appropriate usury law limiting interest rates in Belize

This is a draft from a friend of mine, who has decades in the legal and banking system in the USA and has ample experience in Belize’s. He propose this would be an appropriate usury law limiting interest rates in Belize.  The proposed law is more liberal than California’s law. It is made more liberal so that the banks or others cannot attack it.  Please give your input and scrutinize at will.  Share with anyone you like. Maximum rate of interest; compound interest; effect of contract for excessive interest. Section 1.  No person, company, association or corporation shall directly or […]

Money: What is It?

Of all the incredible stupidities in the world — of which many have been revealed to me since the LORD graciously appeared to me 10 years ago (which thing He did for His own good reasons, and certainly not because of any particular merit on my part) — of all these stupidities, few can compare to that of man putting his trust in “money”. Why, most people don’t even know what “money” is! I swear by the Father who said “you can’t serve God and Mammon” that if you really knew what money was, you’d want no part of it. […]