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Speaker: G. Edward Griffin Author, The Creature From Jekyll Island

Speaker: G. Edward Griffin Author, The Creature From Jekyll Island

  Event Announcement Coming soon!         Thursday, Nov. 16 G. Edward Griffin Author, The Creature From Jekyll Island Mr. Griffin is our most popular speaker of all time! (since we began in 2009). He spoke at our earliest meetings (2009, 2010, 2011) Last time he spoke to us indoors and drew our largest audience ever! His topic:  “Beyond Jekyll […]

How did withholding taxes get started?

It was sold as a “temporary” emergency wartime measure … American Minute with Bill Federer War Emergency – IRS Withholds from Paychecks Withholding taxes from paychecks began JUNE 9, 1943. Congress passed it as an emergency measure during World War II to get money to fight Hitler. Withholding taxes was the idea of Beardsley Ruml, […]

The coming catastrophic collapse of the middle class

The coming catastrophic collapse of the middle class

By Jack Mullen | 17May2016 | The Government Rag “Is there no danger to our liberty and independence in a Bank that in its nature has so little to bind it to our country. The president of the Bank has told us that most of the State banks exist by its forbearance. Should its influence […]

How safe are top US banks?

How safe are top US banks?

.   Recently I was having drinks with a friend of mine who is an ultra-successful US real estate developer and investor. He told me that his team had just closed a large real estate transaction worth hundreds of millions of dollars, and they got a sweetheart deal from the bank. The bank is loaning […]

King of Debt Seeks Presidency

King of Debt Seeks Presidency

By: Peter Schiff   During a lengthy interview on CNBC the week before last, Donald Trump, fresh from becoming the presumptive Republican nominee, came as close as any major presidential contender ever has to saying that America is not capable of repaying her debts in full, and that our path to economic recovery might involve some […]

Dishonoring Harriet Tubman

Dishonoring Harriet Tubman

By Thomas L. Knapp When Harriet Tubman died in in March of 1913, the US $20 bill bore George Washington’s portrait and the inscription “THIS CERTIFIES THAT THERE HAVE BEEN DEPOSITED IN THE TREASURY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TWENTY DOLLARS IN GOLD COIN PAYABLE TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND.” Later that year, Congress […]

In Voicemail, Bank Says It No Longer Lends to Firearms Dealers

In Voicemail, Bank Says It No Longer Lends to Firearms Dealers

By Kelsey Harkness The stories of two businessmen who recently were denied banking services because they sell firearms suggest a secretive government program called Operation Choke Point still affects industries across the nation that the Obama administration considered undesirable. In one case, a large bank in New England denied a line of credit to a […]

Why do the U.S. and EU REALLY want to eliminate high denomination currency?

Why do the U.S. and EU REALLY want to eliminate high denomination currency?

By George Miller The U.S. eliminated large bills years ago. The Franklin – $100 bill is now the largest. But, now they want to ban those and go down to $20 bills. The largest EU (European Union) bill is €500 (Euros) and they want to drop that down to €100. The only problem is that […]

What Does The Federal Reserve Have to Hide?

What Does The Federal Reserve Have to Hide?

. . By Thomas L. Knapp Over the years, dissidents in Congress (notably including former US Representative Ron Paul and current Republican and Democratic presidential contenders Rand Paul and Bernie Sanders) have periodically proposed legislation to audit the Federal Reserve. The legislation is always rejected and, when it gets any significant attention at all, roundly […]

Federal Reserve boosts lending rates for first time under Obama

After one of the longest wind-ups in monetary policy history, salve the Federal Reserve on Wednesday delivered a small brushback pitch to the American market, hospital raising its key lending rate by a quarter of a percentage point for the first time in nine years. The decision, meant to head off future inflationary pressure as […]

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