Category Archives: Macro Economics

This Trick Allows State Banks To Create Debt-Free Money | Walter I Baltzley

States can use this one simple trick to turn the tables on the FED and make all the money they need to pay for their projects.  It takes the FED’s own trick and turns it around to replace their Debt … Continue reading

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Its a Race to Insanity | Money Morning

If you are invested in the lofty stock markets of the United States or Japan, legendary investor Jim Rogers has a message for you … Euphoric gains always lead to hangover pains – it’s just a matter of when. “This … Continue reading

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Why Canada Can Avoid Banking Crises and U.S. Can’t | The Wall Street Journal

Since 1790, the United States has suffered 16 banking crises. Canada has experienced zero — not even during the Great Depression. It turns out Canada can thank the French for their stable system, according to a paper by Columbia University’s … Continue reading

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It’s Official: Austerity Economics Doesn’t Work | The New Yorker

With all the theatrics going on in Washington, you might well have missed the most important political and economic news of the week: an official confirmation from the United Kingdom that austerity policies don’t work. In making his annual Autumn … Continue reading

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Keynesian Economics | Questia

British economist John Maynard Keynes (1883 to 1946) gave his name to his theory of the need for government intervention in a mixed economy, which was influential in the United States in the 1930s when President Franklin D. Roosevelt applied … Continue reading

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Ludwig Von Mises | Concise Encyclopedia of Economics

Ludwig von Mises was one of the last members of the original austrian school of economics. He earned his doctorate in law and economics from the University of Vienna in 1906. One of his best works, The Theory of Money … Continue reading

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Culture In Decline…Economics 101 | Peter Joseph

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