August 5, 2013 § Leave a Comment
It transpires that leading Libertarian websites have been catastrophically hemorrhaging visitors over the last 18 months. Gold buggery is definitely on the wane and this means that the classical enemy of Populist Monetary Reform may be on the way out. The Goldites have been confusing the Populists for 150 years.
This is the chance of an era to find common ground for a widely supported Monetary Reform Movement.
July 17, 2013 § Leave a Comment
In an amazing development, the Daily Bell editor Anthony Wile has just announced the Daily Bell is over. He's pulling the plug, moving on to other ventures.
Of course, they have their own agenda and we can't tell why, but the simple fact is: the Daily Bell never recovered from the fierce debates that raged in the first half of 2012.
June 25, 2013 § Leave a Comment
From Tom Woods' April 15, 2013 article, The Greenbackers' Fake Quote Industry, picked up by LewRockwell.com the following day, I made the following comments, to which Woods responded to:
"Bill Still tried to get fake quotations removed from his documentary, The Money Masters, but the copyright holder wouldn't allow it, for reasons we can only surmise. In 2011, he created this page dedicated to exposing false monetary quotations (
May 4, 2013 § Leave a Comment
The last post generated some thoughtful commentary so I feel the need to elaborate upon it and share some further information. Many will completely misunderstand me but a few will get it and may feel a desire to press into these uncomfortable areas further. Please consider reading the following books and articles to help you figure my perspective out:
May 3, 2013 § Leave a Comment
The Truth Movement is probably the biggest problem the Money Power dealt with in a long while. But it is being attacked from all sides and from within. Libertarianism and the End the Fed crowd are a Trojan Horse and the most insidious threat the Truth Movement faces. It happened because we still have not come to grips with 'the dismal science', economics, and we must pass the final frontier in truth-seeking: Usury.
April 30, 2013 § Leave a Comment
In academic circles, there's the principle of "publish or perish," meaning that academics have to regularly publish scholarly articles in order to keep their jobs, whether or not they are quality articles, and that, by implication, quantity is often more important than quality.
Austrian School economist, Dr. Gary North, demonstrates this principle.
His December 28, 2012 LewRockwell.com article, Retired Couple Turn Into World Traveling Nomads…