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Sound Money Interview Series: Dr. George Selgin

Sound Money Interview Series: Dr. George Selgin
Should a monetary system be centrally planned? Don’t make Dr. Selgin laugh. We sat down with Dr. George Selgin of the University of Georgia and discussed the history of central banking, the performance of the Federal Reserve, and alternatives to a government run money monopoly. First, what it all...
April 23rd, 2012 | Commentary, Featured, SMP Interview Series | Read More

Sound Money Interview Series: Dr. Edwin Vieira, Jr.

Sound Money Interview Series: Dr. Edwin Vieira, Jr.
When life gives you lemons, plant an orange tree.  We need an alternative to the Fed’s lemons. We sat down with Dr. Edwin Vieira, Jr., Constitutional Attorney and Author, and discussed money, history, his plan for a Constitutional alternative gold and silver currency, run at the state level, to...
April 9th, 2012 | Commentary, Featured, SMP Interview Series | Read More

Sound Money Interview Series: Dr. Thomas Rustici

Sound Money Interview Series: Dr. Thomas Rustici
What’s the point of saving the banks if you’ve got to destroy money to do it? We sat down with Dr. Thomas Rustici from George Mason University and discussed his speech “Thinking the Unthinkable” about the coming demographic and fiscal crisis and the possibility of hyperinflation...
March 28th, 2012 | Commentary, Featured, SMP Interview Series | Read More

Sound Money Interview Series: Dr. Judy Shelton

Sound Money Interview Series: Dr. Judy Shelton
Treasury Trust Bonds.  Two out of three won’t cut it anymore. We sat down with Dr. Judy Shelton, Co-Director of the Sound Money Project, and discussed the US Dollar, the coming demographic and fiscal disaster, and her plan to begin moving the country back to sound money. First, what it all means...
March 12th, 2012 | Commentary, Featured, SMP Interview Series | Read More