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Wealth Virtues Journal: May 20, 2012

Benjamin Franklin on Medicare


Filed under: American Wealth,Franklin's Virtues: A Way to Wealth — Tags: , , , — James Ward @ 1:14 pm
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Trying to imagine the mind of one of the greatest thinkers, inventors, philosophers, and statesmen of history on what he would think of government spending from an altered 300-year perspective is like trying to imagine what God thinks of Nazis. We may think the answer is obvious, but all we can really do is apply principles or “virtues” that guarantee good over evil, wealth over debt, and individual liberality over government welfare.


Wealth Virtues Journal: January 22, 2012

How to Become Wealthy in 2012 and Win a Valuable Portrait of Ben Franklin!


Filed under: Franklin's Virtues: A Way to Wealth — Tags: , , , , , , — James Ward @ 4:52 pm
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The first fifty people in 2012 who purchase Wealth Virtues (paperback or Kindle) and send a qualified entry submission are eligible for a chance to win a crisp $100 bill displaying the image of the great man, or they can opt instead for a $100 Amazon gift certificate. Non-$100 winners and entries 51 through 100 will be entered to win a Kindle Fire.


Wealth Virtues Journal: July 26, 2011

Want a Secure Future? Do the Opposite of Government


Filed under: Franklin's Virtues: A Way to Wealth — Tags: , , , , , , — James Ward @ 8:02 pm
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So how can you and I create wealth and thrive in retirement? Just use a philosophy that is completely opposite of how the government operates. This philosophy comes from one who ran a business and became extraordinarily wealthy by the age of 40, and rebelled against a tyrannical government that believed people should be ruled from the top, and not empowered to make their own decisions. This person was not an inexperienced “community organizer”, but a diplomat, statesman, founder of a university, and creator of a nation. Instead of the failed Socialist philosophy of Marx, Lenin, and Obama, try a good dose of Benjamin Franklin.


Wealth Virtues Journal: April 13, 2011

What I have in Common with Congressman Paul Ryan


Filed under: Franklin's Virtues: A Way to Wealth — Tags: , , , , — James Ward @ 8:58 pm
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It is interesting (and refreshing) to see the influence of Benjamin Franklin and his “Way to Wealth” reflected in Congressman Ryan’s “Path to Prosperity”.


Wealth Virtues Journal: November 24, 2010

Wealth and Madness on 2 December – Only a few feet from where Ben Franklin Dined


Filed under: Press Release — Tags: , , , , — James Ward @ 1:13 pm
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James Ward, author of WEALTH VIRTUES will be at the Hard Bean Coffee & BookSellers from 6-9pm during the Annapolis Maryland Midnight Madness on December 2, 2010.


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