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Independence Week Roundup!

Posted By Jim On 07/07/2007 @ 12:16 pm In Personal Finance | 6 Comments

Did you know that you don’t need to be a citizen of the United States to serve in the Army? From dhs.org [3]:

161 U.S. Soldiers Naturalized in Baghdad

July 4, 2007 (Baghdad, Iraq) – During an Independence Day ceremony at Camp Victory, 161 soldiers became naturalized U.S. citizens.

Army Gen. David Petraeus said the troops being naturalized as U.S. citizens were most deserving: “When you enlisted into the Armed Forces you swore to support and defend a Constitution that did not yet fully apply to you. You chose to endure the same sacrifices as your fellow comrades in arms to preserve the freedom of a land that was not yet fully yours. You accepted that you might have to pay the ultimate price on behalf of a nation to which you did not fully belong. Now, you will officially become citizens of the United States, a country to which each of you has already borne true faith and allegiance in your hearts and your deeds.”

Absolutely incredible, I love America. Happy Independence Week everyone and have a great weekend.

Now onto our regularly scheduled programming…

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[4] Bill Me Later: http://www.fivecentnickel.com/2007/07/06/bill-me-later/

[5] buying prescription drugs in bulk: http://www.freemoneyfinance.com/2007/07/save-50-on-pres.html

[6] borrow your way to prosperity: http://www.mightybargainhunter.com/2007/07/03/borrowing-ones-way-to-prosperity-doesnt-work/

[7] great frugal ideas for the summer: http://www.consumerismcommentary.com/2007/07/04/10-inexpensive-things-you-could-do-this-summer/

[8] when to start taking social security payments: http://allfinancialmatters.com/2007/07/05/retiring-early-when-should-you-start-taking-social-security-benefits/

[9] he sold the house for five times: http://www.thedigeratilife.com/blog/index.php/2007/07/06/life-after-buying-a-home-how-building-and-renovating-can-be-the-biggest-investments-of-your-life/

[10] alternative investments in your portfolio: http://www.thesunsfinancialdiary.com/investing/mutual-fund/making-the-case-of-having-alternative-investments-in-portfolio/

[11] analyzing some opportunities: http://www.lazymanandmoney.com/alternative-income-residual-streams/

[12] when do they become discovered: http://moneysmartlife.com/when-do-undiscovered-stocks-become-mainstream/

[13] part 4 of his mid-year checkup: http://genxfinance.com/2007/07/05/mid-year-financial-checkup-mini-series-part-4-christmas-in-july/

[14] Don’t think you make enough to save for retirement?: http://www.bargaineering.com/articlesThink You Don’t Make Enough To Save?

[15] credit card balances under $20,000: http://www.bloggingawaydebt.com/2007/07/creditcarddebtunder/

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