Posts Tagged ‘currency’

Benjamin Tucker on the source of capital, first published in an 1881 issue of Liberty, and later in his classic, Instead of a Book, by a Man Too Busy to Write One.


Brazil, India, and China meet in Russia as the four contries begin talks to break away from dollar hegemony — an ambition strongly pursued by Russia lately. (more…)

Great article by Simon Schama in the Financial Times weekend section on American presidents battling with banksters. Read the full article. You can ignore the last paragraph. Anyone semi-literate knows that making money “moral again” won’t happen with this president. (more…)

Jake Towne: Do you know how much gold is exchanged daily in dollars? If not, prepare to be shocked. (more…)

Ron Paul introduces HR 1207 before Congress, a bill to audit the Federal Reserve. (more…)

China is concerned with the depreciation of the dollar, due to US money creation out of control. (more…)

A crash course in the system that binds us — upon which wage slavery and economic crises exist — introducing Jake Towne’s 15-article series. (more…)

A Nov. ’01 lecture by libertarian socialist and market abolitionist Michael Albert, co-author of Parecon: Life After Capitalism, on the rational anarchist alternative to capitalism. (more…)

We’re trying to get a camel through the eye of the needle. If they can’t show your signature, it is not your debt. (more…)

Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, comprehensively analyzes the US economic crisis at the macro levels of the government to the ‘micro’ levels that really matter — you and I at the ‘kitchen table’ — as of Sept. ’08. Part One is the meat and potatoes of it all. Part Two is the extremely comprehensive analysis of the national debt for everyone to embrace. (more…)