Share via Email Bastion Point, where the construction work began this week. Michael Rayner I have the privilege of living in a most beautiful place — Mallacoota, Victoria. It is a small township nestled on the shores of a glorious lake system surrounded by Croajingolong National Park. It is my home, and I love living here. Just a short walk from my home, a magnificent panorama unfolds:
If you take the news peddled in the popular press as simple fact, it would not be surprising if you got hot under the collar about how your taxes are spent. All too often there are stories about public sector employees doing a very bad job for wages funded by taxpayers. But huge cracks appear in such yarns once you examine such stories and the papers that print them. An ideological war is being waged by sections of the press against public services and public servants. In this climate, who would be a Union activist, representing hard working and poorly paid public employees?
If a corporation wants to compete in the US economy they need to pay their fair share of taxes. Loopholes are not good for anyone but the wealthy. They get the benefits of operating and selling here. They just want to free ride.
Bugging out for most people is probably the wrong situation to invest in and plan for. The first thing that will kill you in an SHTF scenario will be mother nature, and the defense for this is a roof over your head. The second thing that will get you killed is lack of food, and storing several months of food at home is much easier and cheaper than trying to store food at several locations. And since I'm focused bugging in, storing ammo is also realitively easy.