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Transfer Notification/ Respond Now

NEEL KASHKARI90 HENNEPIN AVENUEMINNEAPOLISMN 55401. USA Attn: Beneficiary, This is to inform you that we have received a payment instruction from Mr. Chan Tak Kin, a Citizen of China demanding that we should transfer your funds to him, as you have gi...
by Scam on Dec 2, 2016

Chicago Police Department Manpower Shortage Latest

“Chicago readers take note: The ‘thin blue line’ that exists in the Windy City will likely remain that way for the foreseeable future. Carry on accordingly.” –Survival And Prosperity, October 3, 2011 With the help of the popular Chicago...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jul 26, 2016

City Of Chicago’s Total Unfunded Liabilities Grew To Nearly $24 Billion In 2015

It’s been a while since I last blogged about the Illinois Policy Institute, a Chicago-based non-partisan research organization “generating public policy solutions aimed at promoting personal freedom and prosperity in Illinois.” Yet earlier this...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jul 14, 2016

Signs Of The Time, Part 108

After blogging back on June 21 about the next round of property tax bills due to hit Cook County, Illinois, residents’ mailboxes in the coming days, I told my girlfriend to pay attention to the local mainstream news outlets as there would be no sho...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jul 6, 2016

More Financial Pain For Many Chicago Homeowners In The Coming Days

by Survival And Prosperity on Jun 21, 2016

Martin Armstrong Warns Illinois ‘Taxpayers Are Absolutely Screwed And This Is Not A Place You Want To Own Property’

Speaking of Martin Armstrong, I was reading the economist’s blog early Wednesday morning when I came across the following in his April 4 post entitled “Illinois on the Brink of Bankruptcy”: The pension crisis is brewing and the one state that a...
by Survival And Prosperity on Apr 6, 2016

Failing Confidence Driving Political Change

--->NewsVoters are just beginning to recognize that elected represents, far too many more interested in funding 'legacy' or frivolous pet projects such as public stadiums for private sport teams, are incapable of managing infrastructure (roads/bridge...
by Eric De Groot's Insights on Mar 23, 2016

Government 'shutdown of local democratic space' condemned

War on Want has issued the following statement regarding the  Newcastle City Council motion on local authority pennions and procurement policy:  War on Want welcomes the news that Newcastle City Council has voted to approve a mot...
by wembleymatters on Feb 9, 2016

Newcastle City LP member calls for Brent to follow their lead on ethical procurement

Message from a Labour Party member in Newcastle on the Ethical Procurement Motion covered in an earlier blogSome great news: our Ethical Procurement and Pensions Investment motion has now been passed by Newcastle City Council - passed overwhelmingly...
by wembleymatters on Feb 5, 2016

Could Brent Labour follow Newcastle's lead on ethical procurement?

Brent Council during the apartheid era took action over severing links with companies that benefited from South African contracts.  More recently they declined to take similar action regarding the Public Realm contract with Veolia which at the t...
by wembleymatters on Feb 3, 2016

Could Brent Labour follow Newscastle's lead on ethical procurement?

Brent Council during the apartheid era took action over severing links with companies that benefited from South African contracts.  More recently they declined to take similar action regarding the Public Realm contract with Veolia which at the t...
by wembleymatters on Feb 3, 2016

Fitness First opens 1900 sq. meters of premium fitness space in Bahrain

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Press Release Submitted by fitnessfirstme.com (Media Release) Manama – Bahrain, January 26, 2016: Reiterating its commitment towards bringing in world class facilities coupled by fitness innovation; Fitness First Middle...
by Free PR Online on Jan 28, 2016

Common pension scheme for Sri Lanka

All elderly in Sri Lanka should have access to at least one reliable, affordable and adequate pension, economists said. “An adequate pension is essential to ensure income security for elderly,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by D ZONE on Nov 30, 2015

SP Intel Report- November 11, 2015

Chicagoland Moody’s Predicts Chicago’s Unfunded Pension Liabilities Could Grow For At Least Another Decade Regrettably, the City of Chicago’s pension crisis is far from being resolved. From a press release out of Moody’s Global Credit Researc...
by Survival And Prosperity on Nov 12, 2015

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by AreYouPop on Nov 11, 2015

SP Intel Report- November 10, 2015

Chicagoland Cook County Ammo Tax Ordinance To Be Heard Friday, November 13 Within yesterday’s SP Intel Report, I mentioned that Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle is proposing a tax on ammunition sales in the county. The National Rifle Associat...
by Survival And Prosperity on Nov 10, 2015

SP Intel Report- October 26, 2015

Welcome to the inaugural post of the “SP Intel Report.” On October 15 I blogged big changes were coming to Survival And Prosperity starting October 19. I wrote: Each day will begin with an “SP Intel Report” (if it’s warranted), where I’ll...
by Survival And Prosperity on Oct 27, 2015

Analysts: Massive Chicago Property Tax Hike Just The Beginning

“And if Chicagoans think this major tax increase is some sort of one-off, well, I know of a certain bridge for sale out east.” –Survival And Prosperity, September 3, 2015 Chicago readers of this blog have been warned the last couple of year...
by Survival And Prosperity on Sep 9, 2015

SI INDEPENDENTS: SISTEMA PENSIONS ¿

Si Catalunya sigues independent, els catalans que han cotitzar tota la vida a l’Espanya, la mateixa Espanya estaria obligada a pagar-ne la pensió de jubilació, igual que passa ara gent altres països treballen aquí molts anys, se’n tor...
by Innovar o morir on Sep 6, 2015

Chicago’s Financial Reckoning Day Has Arrived

Chicago readers of Survival And Prosperity were warned that the City of Chicago’s poor financial health would result in a sustained hunt for much more revenue (new and higher fees/fines/taxes) for the foreseeable future. The warnings were constant,...
by Survival And Prosperity on Sep 3, 2015


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