Monthly Archives: July 2012

Professor Hoppe: Politics, Money, and Banking

Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe, distinguished fellow with the Ludwig von Mises Institute, and founder and president of The Property and Freedom Society, explains the links between politicians, money, and banking, from the point of view of the Rothbardian Austrian School. The … Continue reading

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The Monetary Policy Politburo

In fascinating 30-minute interview, David Stockman – a former Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Ronald Reagan – discusses the global debt super-cycle of the last forty years, how he thinks it developed, how it might … Continue reading

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Steve Baker MP: The banking system isn’t capitalist

The English Ron Paul, Steve Baker MP, is much more of a ‘realist’ than I will ever be, if by ‘realist’ you mean someone who will be taken seriously by the nest of sociopathic thieves and vipers that infest the … Continue reading

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