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The Key to a Sustainable Economy Is 5,000 Years Old

The Key to a Sustainable Economy Is 5,000 Years Old

    by Ellen Brown We are again reaching the point in the business cycle known as “peak debt,” when debts have compounded to the point that their cumulative total cannot be paid. Student debt, credit card debt, auto loans, business debt and sovereign debt are all higher than they have ever been. As economist […]

If the University of Alabama Doesn’t Need Hugh Culverhouse, Jr.’s Money, it Doesn’t Need Yours

If the University of Alabama Doesn’t Need Hugh Culverhouse, Jr.’s Money, it Doesn’t Need Yours

  By Thomas L. Knapp Last year, Florida attorney and philanthropist Hugh Culverhouse, Jr. donated $26.5 million to the University of Alabama. The university, grateful for its largest private contribution ever, reciprocated by naming its law school after him. Hugh and UA, sittin’ in a tree … On June 7, the UA’s board of trustees […]

The Bankers’ “Power Revolution”: How the Government Got Shackled by Debt

The Bankers’ “Power Revolution”:  How the Government Got Shackled by Debt

    by Ellen Brown This article is excerpted from my new book Banking on the People: Democratizing Money in the Digital Age, available in paperback June 1. The U.S. federal debt has more than doubled since the 2008 financial crisis, shooting up from $9.4 trillion in mid-2008 to over $22 trillion in April 2019. The debt […]

CAGW—Citizens Against Government Waste

CAGW—Citizens Against Government Waste

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Most of us have heard, many times, how government institutions and offices have wasted and, yes, allowed larcenous people to defraud Medicare, Welfare, Social Security, Healthcare and any other number of government-administered programs. Add to that the waste occurring in the military, in Congress and any other program funded with […]

The Public Banking Revolution Is Upon Us

The Public Banking Revolution Is Upon Us

    by Ellen Brown As public banking gains momentum across the country, policymakers in California and Washington state are vying to form the nation’s second state-owned bank, following in the footsteps of the highly successful Bank of North Dakota, founded in 1919. The race is close, with state bank bills now passing their first […]

Money in Politics and the Complacency Effect

Money in Politics and the Complacency Effect

    By Jim Sullivan On March 5th of this year the New York Times published an op-ed piece by Tim Wu titled “What the Public Wants, It doesn’t Get.”  Mr. Wu correctly stated that our governing class caters primarily to the combined influence of industry groups and donor interests.  The wants and needs of […]

Let’s do follow the climate money!

Let’s do follow the climate money!

  By Paul Driessen The climate crisis industry incessantly claims that fossil fuel emissions are causing unprecedented temperature, climate and weather changes that pose existential threats to human civilization and our planet. The only solution, Climate Crisis, Inc. insists, is to eliminate the oil, coal and natural gas that provide 80% of the energy that makes […]

What is the Process to Install a New Monetary System? 

What is the Process to Install a New Monetary System? 

. .. . By Alan Myers The Federal Reserve Acts are laws, they are not Constitutional Amendments.  Therefore, in order to rid ourselves of the disease that is the FED, the FED Acts and all their amendments must be REPEALED. To accomplish the REPEAL, a sufficient number of elected employees, in the House must vote […]

Who Will Benefit From the New Monetary System?

Who Will Benefit From the New Monetary System?

..   . By Alan Myers Who will benefit from the new U.S. monetary system?  Ordinary Citizens, in place of those who currently enjoy the riches and benefits of the FED’s monetary system, the banking elite. How will We The People benefit from our new monetary system? a) Our federal government will receive all required […]

State Audit Exposes High Speed Rail’s Epic Waste of Time and Money

State Audit Exposes High Speed Rail’s Epic Waste of Time and Money

    by Jon Coupal Although the midterm election was held on November 6th, the news media was absorbed for several weeks with undecided close races and the strength of the “blue wave,” especially here in California. Perhaps that is why a reportfrom the Auditor of the State of California on the High Speed Rail Project […]

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