Our 3 Favorite Moments from the President’s Speech in Wisconsin

Today, the President spoke at the University of Wisconsin in La Crosse, reflecting on the great strides America has made in the past six years in economic reform. With over 64 months of private sector job growth and the lowest uninsured rate ever, the United States had made great progress in helping middle class families, but our work isn’t done.

Here are our top three moments from the speech:

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Max Keiser Interviews GoldCore’s Mark O’Byrne

– Gold price has been flat but interesting developments bubble under the surface – Emergence of new tech is undermining existing banking cartel and will make owning and trading gold easier – Gold price my rise if current shortages cause COMEX to fail to deliver physical gold – Texas gold “repatriation” is highly significant development […]

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West Wing Week: 07/03/15 or, “Amazing Grace”

This week, the President signed a bipartisan trade deal, welcomed the President of Brazil to the White House–and showed her one of our national treasures–hosted 50 girls in green on the South Lawn for a campout to celebrate the great outdoors, answered questions about healthcare in Tennessee and online, and traveled to Wisconsin to announce new overtime protections for hard-working Americans. That’s June 26th to July 2nd or, “Amazing Grace.”

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The MoneyShow San Francisco – Where Informed Investors Discover Tomorrow’s Unique Growth & Income Investments Today!

Featuring 75+ top experts’ specific strategies and recommendations as well as in-depth classes on current hot sectors such as on REITs and cannabis investing SARASOTA, FL, June 25, 2015 – MoneyShow, the world’s leading producer of investment tradeshows and cruises, will host The MoneyShow San Francisco, July 16-18, 2015, at the Marriott Marquis San Francisco. http://yBitcoin.SanfranciscoMoneyShow.com   Admission is free and thousands of investors from more than ten countries are expected to attend, joining over 75 globally-renowned money managers, economists, financial newsletter editors, tech and biotech company CEOs, media personalities who will be speaking in person at the Show. Kicking off this event at our opening ceremonies will be author, economist, and technologist George Gilder, creator of ‘Telecosm’, who will […]

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KEYNOTE 2015: Rebooting Finance with a New Kind of Ledger

On August 3rd 2015, the FinTech conference Keynote2015 will be landing in Los Angeles to unpack distributed ledgers – the tech behind bitcoin – and enlighten participants as to how they can revolutionize the financial world with this radical new ledger. Geared for those that want to know not only how this new disruptive tech works, but how it can work for them, Keynote2015 offers a compact one-day agenda that boasts the biggest and brightest names in the industry, including Surash Ramamurthi, Yobie Benjamin, and Aaron Cooper from the DOJ. Keynote2015 will take place in the opulent surrounds of the Legendary Park Plaza Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Representatives from businesses such as Paypal, Square, Twitter and Uber will be […]

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This Day in History: President Lyndon B. Johnson Signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964

“My fellow citizens, we have come now to a time of testing. We must not fail. Let us close the springs of racial poison. Let us pray for wise and understanding hearts. Let us lay aside irrelevant differences and make our nation whole.”

— President Lyndon B. Johnson, upon signing the Civil Rights Act

On June 2, 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, which was the most sweeping civil rights legislation since Reconstruction. The Act prohibited discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin, in public places, provided for the integration of schools and other public facilities, and made employment discrimination illegal.

Congress expanded the act in subsequent years, passing additional legislation in order to move toward more equality for African-Americans, including the Voting Rights Act of 1965. 

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Bitcoin Standardization, Security and Accountability: the DCC, C4, and OBPP

There has been a longstanding debate within the Bitcoin ecosystem on the concept of regulation and standardization of the industry. There are generally two camps of Bitcoin enthusiasts. One side contends that Bitcoin was meant not to be regulated. The other side wants to work alongside regulators to bring about mass adoption of the digital currency. Currently, it is very easy for a wallet manufacturer to make claims about privacy that cannot be easily checked by the average user. Recent scams and fraudulent players in a rapidly growing industry have prompted both sides to reach a consensus; the industry needs a watchdog to protect consumers. Enter the Watchmen Last March Bitcoin Magazine covered C4’s announcement of a new Crypto Security […]

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Meet Nick: One in 5 Million Americans Who Could Be Helped by the Overtime Rule

It’s a simple premise: A hard day’s work ought to lead to a fair day’s pay. 

The problem is, our current legal code doesn’t reflect that simple truth. We’re doing something to change that.

Earlier this week, President Obama announced that the Department of Labor will propose extending overtime pay to nearly 5 million workers. That would mean that most salaried workers making less than an estimated $50,440 next year would now be guaranteed overtime pay.

Nick may be one of them.

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