von NotHaus wrote:LIBERTY DOLLAR NEWS:
1. Tea Party Dollar Is Late
The good news is the Tea Party Dollars are in the USA but the bad news is that they are stuck in Customs and you will not receive them in time for the Fourth of July. Bummer!
This is not the first time this has happened. But the Libbymeister finds it easier to apologize afterward than to plan things better ahead of time. Now the people holding tea parties on the 4th who bragged about handing out libbies as door prizes will look like isiots.
The good news is that the copper $1 Tea Party Dollar will be by far the best looking, best minted copper dollars to date because the dies were made in USA. Unfortunately the die shop was back-logged, so replacing the broken dies has further delayed the balance of copper Tea Party Dollar.
Vaporware is always the best.
PS: We just received the Tea Party Dollar Flag! And it is TERRIFIC. If you ordered more than 100 T-Dollars and are due a flag or two as part of that order… we have mailed a flag to you for the Fourth of July party.
While this sounds nice on the surface-- a gift to the community in line with their principles but:
1. Flags are actually pretty cheap, unless they are really big or made of durable material.
2. A `tea party' flag? If it doesn't look any different, there's nothing special about it. If it does look different, then it is an advertising ploy and also a violation of paytriot superstitions about how a flag with accessories is an instrument of opression.
PLEASE DO NOT CHARGE BACK YOUR CREDIT CARD ORDER. THIS IS VERY DAMAGING TO OUR MERCHANT ACCOUNT.
IF YOU CHARGE BACK YOUR ORDER WITHOUT CONTACTING LIBERTY DOLLAR - WE WILL NEVER ACCEPT ANOTHER ORDER FROM YOU.
CHARGE BACKS ARE VERY SERIOUS, AND WE HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND.
The only way it could be damaging is if the number of chargebacks is a significant percentage of the total number of sales, and causes big penalty fees. Most business don't need to give such a warning.
Meanwhile, I am very pleased to report that the bad times and delays for one ounce Silver Libertys are over. While the last batch of Libertys was terrible, the new Mint has since resolved their manufacturing problems. The supply tube will be full very shortly and immediate shipping will resume again. I apologize for the problem orders.
Until the next time they have a delay, or a broken die, or the dog eats their paperwork.
3. Announcing the 2009 Peace Dollar & 2009 Freedom Dollar
Not one… but two new one ounce silver dollars are now available! The 2009 Peace Dollar $20 and 2009 Freedom Dollar $20 are brand new and have never been issued before. Both have the same $20 Torch reverse design as the $20 Liberty Dollar, contain one ounce of .999 fine silver and measure 39mm. Both new issues have the same volume based pricing in six packages as the $20 Silver Liberty and are available on the Shopping Cart. Order 128 Liberty, Peace or Freedom Silvers for only spot + $3 with FREE shipping!
Every run is slightly different so each coin you buy from us is rare! They're instant collectables! Next month: Elvis making out with Uncle Sam!
4. New Trial Dollar for the cost of a regular $20 Silver Liberty
It's not just a dollar, it's a *trial* dollar!
The $20 Defense Dollar was initially issued for $30 and the extra $10 went toward our legal defense fund. The DD is now selling for $85 on Ebay! Somehow everybody made more than we did!
How many were actually sold?
The Trial Dollar consists of a $20 Silver Liberty, a "Trial" hallmark with a gavel as the "T" and "RIAL" and my Mintmark for $50 each. Click HERE for an image. But if you order 6 or more Silver Libertys, Peace and/or Freedom Dollars we will include a Trial Dollar as one of the Dollars that you order. That way you get a Trial Dollar for the cost of a regular $20 Silver Liberty! And yes you can place multiple orders!
We aren't like some scammers who'll only take some of your money.
6. Insurance Company Buys Gold
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. Holds $400 Million in Gold
Gold got a significant endorsement today from one of the world's largest insurance companies.
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., the third-largest life insurer in the United States, has bought gold for the first time in the company's 152-year history to hedge against continued declines in other asset classes.
Interesting. But did they buy libbies? Or was it eagles and krugerrands? Or bricks? Or did they just buy a theoretical share in gold stocks held by a reputable dealer?
7. California Collapsing
If you have not read this article by my friend Martin D. Weiss, Ph.D., please read it and consider your own state, family and business. Please click HERE for the California Collapsing article.
Ok, and how could this have been avoided if our declining industry, eroding tax base, and governement programs all used libbies instead of frns?
9. Numismatic Lists
While the Liberty Dollar does not market itself as a numismatic item…
Liar. You may not be using the term, but you're always bragging about its increasing value as a collectable.
it sure is! In 1998, Liberty Dollar's first year of issue, the $10 Liberty was only $7.50. Now it is $600 to $900 on eBay! And the highest auction on eBay for the 1999, our second year of issue, was a cool $1000!!!
See? Again, how many people are actually able to sell their libbies for these prices?
The worst case has befallen William (Kevin) Innes. According to the government, Kevin is a Canadian who has been in the United States illegally for ten years, so he is considered a "flight risk" and will not be released. That means he may have to spend six to eight months waiting for the trail in County Jail! With the poorly educated guards,
Yeah, the worst part about jail is not being able to discuss existentialism or the Copenhagen Interpretation with the guards.
over crowded cells, bad food, little exercise and nothing to do, county jail is the absolute worst place!
Meanwhile, an immigration attorney has agreed to visit Kevin and review his case to see if it was possible to get Kevin out, for $500. We have started a special $500 fund just for Kevin's immigration attorney. It already has $180 in it. Please send $5, $10 or $20 to get Kevin out. Just make the check out to Liberty Dollar, mention that it is for Kevin and mail it to: Liberty Dollar, 225 N. Stockwell Road, Evansville. IN. 47715. As soon as we raise the $500, we will retain the immigration attorney to visit Kevin and hopefully get him out. I know that Kevin would greatly appreciate your support. I know I would! Thank you in advance for your support.
From a flight risk to out on $500 bond, that must be some lawyer!
Here is a very telling quote from an internal staff meeting by William Casey, Director of the CIA in 1981: "We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false."
Wouldn't that quote be one of those things?