Banking and Monetary Policy

BTL Update 2011 July 30

Push Back Against FDA Growing Two States Defy DC on No Child Left Behind The Unintended Constitutional Mistakes of “Cut, Cap, and Balance” Green agenda has parallels with excesses of communism Busting Posse Comitatus: Military Cops Arrest Civilians in Florida City New NASA Data Blows Gaping Hole In Global Warming …

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BTL News Update

20 Signs That The Fabric Of American Society Is Coming Apart At The Seams Nuclear Power Is Extremely Safe — That’s the Truth About What We Learned From Japan Actually, MSM, China’s an Economic Mess Big Surprises(?) Uncovered in Fed Audit Life after 2011 if the Liberals have their way …

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Competing Currencies – a Defense Against Profligate Government Spending

2011 July 11 Ron Paul The end of June marked what is hopefully the end of the Federal Reserve’s policy of quantitative easing.  For months the Fed has purchased hundreds of billions of dollars of Treasury debt, enabling the government to fund its profligate deficit spending, push the national debt …

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Glenn Beck meets The Creature from Jekyll Island

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The Floating Dollar as a Threat to Property Rights

Seth Lipsky is the founding editor of the New York Sun. A graduate of Harvard College, he served in the U.S. Army in Vietnam as a combat correspondent for Pacific Stars and Stripes. A former senior editor and member of the editorial board of The Wall Street Journal, he has …

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Free Market Gold Standard vs Government-Guaranteed Gold Standard

How to Defend the Free Market Gold Coin Standard: Stop Defending the Government Counterfeits Characteristic features of a free market gold standard: Private property The right of contract The enforcement of contracts by the government No government licensing of banks Open entry in coin production No government mint No government …

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The Plain Truth of the Federal Reserve

Related Posts:Reality Zone Unfiltered News 2010 November 13-19Down With The Ship: Meet Jay Powell, the New Fed ChairmanGuess How Many Nations In The World Do Not Have A Central Bank?Facts and Truth About U.S. Inflation, Debt, and Political CrisisWorld Domination By ‘The Money Changers’Bernanke is Wrong, Gold is MoneyMedia Already …

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Quantitative Easing

The Rest of the World Hates Bernanke’s Quantitative Easing Even as Barack Obama and Ben Bernanke publicly defend the Federal Reserve’s new $600 billion quantitative easing program, top finance officials around the globe are expressing alarm and outrage.  But what did Obama and Bernanke expect?  “Quantitative easing” is little more …

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Gold Confiscation Act

Related Posts:Ron Paul: Let’s Legalize Competing CurrenciesReality Zone Unfiltered News 2011 April 2-8Reality Zone Unfiltered News 2011 January 8-14Free Market Gold Standard vs Government-Guaranteed Gold StandardHow the U.S. is Headed for a Complete Societal CollapseUS resorts to Illegality To Protect Failed PoliciesBetween The Lines Today – July 6, 2014Protecting the …

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Inflating War: Central banking and militarism are intimately linked

Thomas DiLorenzo One can say without exaggeration that inflation is an indispensable means of militarism,” Ludwig von Mises wrote. “Without it, the repercussions of war on welfare become obvious much more quickly and penetratingly; war weariness would set in much earlier.” This explains why American politicians have always resorted to …