1) The Federal Reserve System =====>> LINK
Just as Congress and the president control fiscal policy, the Federal Reserve System dominates monetary policy, the control of the supply and cost of money. Since monetary policy affects every sector of the economy, the Fed has to be considered coequal with the president and Congress in macroeconomic decision making. ======>
Petro Dollar Recycling =====> LINK
4) “Fiat money will prove to be a fraud. Out of the graveyard of fiat money will emerge real intrinsic money – gold.” ————– LINK
——————- Richard Russell
5) World-media ======>> 96% controlled by Jewish Companies LINK
6) To protect / save your PC =======>> LINK
Measuring memory usage in Windows 7 ======>> LINK
Historically, measuring the amount of memory in use by a Windows system has been a somewhat confusing endeavor. The labels on various readouts in Task Manager, among other places, were often either poorly named or simply misunderstood. I’ll tackle a prime example of this, the “commit” indicator, later in this post. But first, let’s look at a simple way to measure the amount of physical memory in use on your system.
8) Advice for a meaningful life-struggle ======>> LINK
Delete programs you never use =====>> LINK
Many PC manufacturers pack new computers with programs you didn’t order and might not want. These often include trial editions and limited-edition versions of programs that software companies hope you’ll try, find useful, and then pay to upgrade to full versions or newer versions. If you decide you don’t want them, keeping the software on your computer might slow it down by using precious memory, disk space, and processing power.
It’s a good idea to uninstall all the programs you don’t plan to use. This should include both manufacturer-installed software and software you installed yourself but don’t want any more—especially utility programs designed to help manage and tune your computer’s hardware and software. Utility programs such as virus scanners, disk cleaners, and backup tools often run automatically at startup, quietly chugging along in the background where you can’t see them. Many people have no idea they’re even running.
Even if your PC is older, it might contain manufacturer-installed programs that you never noticed or have since forgotten about. It’s never too late to remove these and get rid of the clutter and wasted system resources. Maybe you thought you might use the software someday, but never did. Uninstall it and see if your PC runs faster. ============>>