Protecting the Value of Your Company: Is Fort Knox Empty?

In the wake of the recent financial crisis, people are thinking about what’s inside Fort Knox for the first time in a long time. Is there really enough gold there to back all the money being “printed” to fund all the bailouts and handouts? Even some politicians are calling for an “audit” of US gold reserves. Auric Goldfinger is probably perking up somewhere from his grave. So imagine that you held the keys to Fort Knox, and owned everything inside. Imagine traveling to Kentucky to visit your stash, and perhaps just to sift through the bars with a forklift,  [...]


(How Not to Look Like an Idiot When Writing About Firearms) Journalists.  Bless their hearts.  As a rule of thumb, any time we read a news story about a subject or incident we already know a lot about, it turns out that about 25% of what’s reported is simply wrong. This is why knowledgeable gun owners distrust many news stories involving guns: because too many “journalists” display an ignorance of firearms that would be laughable if it weren’t so appalling.  If they can’t get their facts straight about gun technology and shooting, then we don’t trust  [...]