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Poverty Report Contradicts GDP Claims

Source: http://www.paulcraigroberts.org By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts   Poverty Report Contradicts GDP Claims   It is amazing how the government manages to continue selling Brooklyn Bridges to a gullible public. Americans buy wars they don’t need and economic recoveries that do not exist. The best investment in America is a highly leveraged fund that invests […]

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Doubling Down on Inflation

Source: http://www.europac.net By Peter Schiff September 10, 2014 Doubling Down on Inflation   Friday’s release of disappointing August payroll numbers should have been a jarring wake-up call warning Wall Street that the economy has been treading on thin ice. Instead the alarm clock was stuffed under the pillow and Wall Street kept sleeping. The miss was […]


Ten Reasons to Condemn Inflation

Source: http://mises.org By Andreas Marquart   Ten Reasons to Condemn Inflation   Inflation, defined as an expansion of the supply of unbacked money, is an elementary evil, always and everywhere that it occurs.[1] It is the ignored and core cause of numerous problems in the economy and in society, including: 1. Inflation Causes Booms and […]

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Leading Keynesian Economist Uses The “D” Word

Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Hunter Lewis   Leading Keynesian Economist Uses The “D” Word   Most Keynesian economists do not want to admit that we are in another depression. They find the word painful. They find it painful because it contradicts the idea that Keynesian economic ideas have ended depressions forever. It also contradicts the idea […]


Modern central bankers have things upside down, This is why they fail

Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org   Modern central bankers have things upside down, This is why they fail     Money isn’t wealth. It measures wealth the way a ruler measures length, a clock measures time and a scale measures weight. Boy is this true, but so many people, including the supposed shamans at the Fed  fail to […]

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Is the $5 Bill the New $1 Bill?

Median household income + inflation = unaffordable. Source: http://www.washingtonsblog.com By Charles Hugh Smith Is the $5 Bill the New $1 Bill?   Events, food purchased away from home and live entertainment are increasingly unaffordable to the bottom 90%. It’s starting to feel like a $5 bill is the new $1 bill: everything that could be purchased with […]


Inflation Trumps Growth

Source: http://www.europac.net By Peter Schiff August 4, 2014 Inflation Trumps Growth   With the first half of 2014 now in the books, many investors are happy with the performance thus far, especially given the economic headwinds that few saw coming. The 26% rally in U.S. stocks in 2013 gave way to a more modest 7% […]

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Peter Schiff and Chris Rossini Take Apart The Fed

Source: http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com By Chris Rossini Peter Schiff and Chris Rossini Take Apart The Fed   I really enjoyed my conversation with Peter Schiff. Hope you do too!   Published by Robert Wenzel Chris Rossini is author of Set Money Free: What Every American Needs To Know About The Federal Reserve. Follow @chrisrossini on Twitter.


Gold, Silver, and the Future of the Dollar

Source: https://mises.org By Mark Thornton Gold, Silver, and the Future of the Dollar   This transcript is adapted from an interview with Mark Thornton and David Morgan at The Morgan Report. Mark Thornton is available for media interviews. Contact him here. David Morgan: Could you give us your personal assessment on the current economic landscape? […]

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Yellen: Where No Man Has Gone Before

Source: http://www.europac.net By Peter Schiff July 25, 2014 Yellen: Where No Man Has Gone Before   Although Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen said nothing new in her carefully manicured semi-annual testimony to Congress last week, her performance there, taken within the context of a lengthy profile in the New Yorker (that came to press at around the same time), should […]