What is Congress Securing?

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  As we near the end of the year, Congress must pass a budget to prevent a government shutdown. Just like other bills that Congress pass, this one includes changes to existing laws. This bill includes a piece of legislation that … Continued

A True 15 vs 30 Year Mortgage Analysis

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Save on Interest or Save More Money Typically, we’re shown how much money we’ll save in interest on a 15 vs 30-year mortgage option. Unfortunately, most people aren’t taught how much money they will lose by paying off a mortgage … Continued

Steven’s Hope for Children update

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Here is this week’s updates on the families staying in the SHfC apartments. Esther Park (18yrs): Esther and mom both had colds this week. Mom is feeling better, Esther is still tired. The MRI showed there is still activity, which … Continued

Off Road Enthusiasts Unite

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We are at a critical time in Southern California due to the fact that much of our riding areas could be closed PERMANENTLY if we don’t act now. In the last week I’ve received multiple emails from both Senator Diane … Continued

News: Good, Bad and Ugly

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Good INVESTMENT TRACT 21% Return on investment achieved You’ve heard me talking about great investment potential via Fractional Life Shares. I’m happy to report that investors experienced annual returns in excess of 21% with a recent policy maturity. Contact Ringo … Continued

Help Keep OHV Areas Open

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PLEASE SEND THIS LETTER TO SUPPORT OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE RECREATION Date   San Bernardino County Supervisors 385 North Arrowhead Avenue San Bernardino, California 94215   Dear Supervisor Lovingood, Supervisor Rutherford, Supervisor Ramos, Supervisor Hagman, and Supervisor Gonzalez: We are writing … Continued

Only 4% of Americans got it right

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As a follow up to my warning on Health Insurance Tax Subsidies, I offer the following report: Half Of Those Who Received ACA Subsidies May Have To Repay Government. Kaiser Health News (3/25) reports in continuing coverage that taxpayers this … Continued