Category Archives: Out of The Past ~ The Archival Edition

As time allows, we have been reviewing many previously posted columns and articles from the first generation Federal Observer, which closed it’s doors at the end of 2008, with in excess of 50,000 published articles – yet many could have been written today. Others were a forewarning of (as H.G. Wells once wrote) “Things to Come.” So today we return to the days of yesteryear, or is it, Back to the Future? C’mon Marty – tell me which it is – or will we even have a future?

1332 ~ The Life of Carlo Ponzi

Before young Carlo Ponzi pioneered in financial chicanery, he had already lead an interesting – and criminal, to anyone who should have bothered to check – life. September 11, 2003 ~ As the legend goes, the scheme that would make … Continue reading

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