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The End of Monetary Hedonism

The FedU.S. Economy


What happens to a society when spending is encouraged and saving is for chumps? 

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The State Uses Trauma as a Weapon against Innocent People

The Police State


In its unending quest for power, the state has no problem traumatizing the innocent.

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The New Rules of Engagement



All people of goodwill have an obligation to fight the escalation of politics in American life. 

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The Fed’s Quantitative Easing Gamble Costs Taxpayers Billions

Monetary PolicyMoney and BanksU.S. Economy

At current interest rates, the Fed’s operating losses will impact the federal budget for years, requiring new tax revenues to offset the continuing loss of billions of dollars in the Fed’s former remittances to the US Treasury.

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The Trillion-Dollar Coin Idea Is Just Another Way to Rip Us Off

Money and BanksU.S. History


The difference between the trillion-dollar coin and the usual debt mechanism is simply the manner in which the taxpayers are exploited to pay for more government spending.

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They Won't Leave Us Alone: The Invasion of Politics



Forget minding your own business. Ours is the age of invasive politics, demanding we take sides no matter how much we would like to be left alone.

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The Modern State Cannot Exist without Fiat Money

U.S. HistoryBusiness CyclesGold StandardMonetary Theory


Fiat money is the fuel of the modern Leviathan state. If we wish to have freedom, we must have sound money.

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The State Will Always Set the Rules in Its Favor

AntipoliticsBureaucracy and Regulation


Remember Lady Justice, who wears a blindfold and holds the scales? She is a state creation, too, and when it comes to state wrongdoing, her thumb holds the scales down.

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