Archive for November, 2010


Consumer Price Index is a Misleading Indicator

In a recent speech, Sarah Palin claimed that Mr. Obama's “pump priming” strategy to get us out this recession would come at a serious price, with one of the results a significant rise in grocery prices, which we have already begin to notice. Unfortunately, the Wall Street Journal's Sudeep Reddy decided to rebut Ms. Palin's […]

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Technology Makes Insider Trading Easy

If you are one of the people who think the stock market ever was, or ever will be, a level playing field, you – how to phrase this politely – must have eaten paint chips as a kid. It's one of the great magical feats of all time that has convinced a fairly large segment […]

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The Dirty Little History of Banking (Part V)

While the Rothschilds and the rest of the international banking multigarchy had lost their bid for a strong central bank in America, and their plans to divide and conquer the country via means of inciting a civil war were thwarted, the year 1913 arrived amid high hopes that they could manipulate Congress into pushing through […]

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We promised today to return to the “Dirty Little History of Banking” series but recent news about a few currencies, taken from The Sovereign Investor, was too interesting to ignore. It's no big secret that the U.S. Dollar continues to be driven down in value by dunder-headed economic policies from alleged leaders with names like […]

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The Dirty Little History of Banking (Part III)

The original date that will live in infamy was the year 1773, for this was when a wealthy coin dealer named Mayer Amschel Bauer called twelve wealthy and influential men to a meeting in Frankfort, Germany. Bauer's aim for the gathering was simple – to lay out a plan for the group to pool their […]

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AMA 22 – Marc Chandler: Making Sense of the Dollar

Has the dollar really lost its supreme place in the world? Listen in as host, Jason Hartman, discusses this subject with long time foreign exchange expert, Marc Chandler. In this episode, Chandler explains why so many are wrongly defining current conditions of both the dollar and the U.S. economy. Chandler joins us from Brown Brothers […]

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The Dirty Little History Of Banking (Part II)

When last we left off with this encapsulated history of modern banking, there was no such thing as national coinage or currency – each individual bank produced its own money which, due to differing, values, didn't work well when it came to international trade. But then the year 1694 arrived on the scene, a date […]

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AMA 21 – The Creature from Jekyll Island with G. Edward Griffin

American Monetary Association is pleased to interview the gracious and scholarly G. Edward Griffin author of the masterwork The Creature from Jekyll Island an American film producer, author, and political lecturer. Starting as a child actor, Griffin became a radio station manager before age 20. After writing for the 1968 Wallace campaign, he began a […]

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The Dirty Little History of Banking (Part I)

Banks haven't always been with us but we can trace the beginning of the idea of loaning money and charging interest to the period of the Babylonian captivity of Judah, which kicked off some time around 600 B.C. Two influential families by the name of Egibi and Iranu, who were part of the the first […]

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