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Meira McMahon is heiress apparent to the Matriarchy: the oldest, and most sophisticated, administration ever to grace the planet

Dreams Do Come True

As early as 1999 Milton Friedman remarked of the Internet: The one thing that’s missing, but that will soon be developed, is a reliable e-cash. A method where buying on the Internet you can transfer funds from A to B, … Continue reading

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Dinner with the Air Marshall

. . . She didn’t hear the click of a lock when he closed the door behind him but she knew she was a prisoner here. Deciding against testing to see how much freedom she really had she lay on … Continue reading

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How to Exit Brexit

“Cometh the hour; cometh the man,” or woman, is a maxim we British applied when our saviors, Wellington, Churchill . . . pulled us from crisis but, not this time. Great Britain is in need of a visionary leader to … Continue reading

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