Posts Tagged ‘Gold’

Arizona Legislature Approves Gold and Silver as Money

Arizona Legislature Approves Gold and Silver as Money
By Alex Newman As trust in the Federal Reserve System and its fiat dollar continues to plummet worldwide, legislation making gold and silver into legal tender was given final approval by Arizona lawmakers on Monday when the Republican-led state House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly in favor of...
April 26th, 2013 | Popular Articles, Resources | Read More

What Is a Dollar?

What Is a Dollar?
by EDWIN VIERA Mr. Vieira is an attorney specializing in constitutional law. He is the author of numerous publications on monetary law. This is a condensed version of the monograph “What Is a Dollar?,” distributed by the National Alliance for Constitutional Money. All rights to this condensed version...
April 22nd, 2013 | History of Money, Money Timeline, Resources | Read More

Paul Krugman v. David Stockman: The Great Debate Over Gold Continues

Paul Krugman v. David Stockman: The Great Debate Over Gold Continues
by Ralph Benko Amid an ongoing decline in the price of gold, a major brawl recently broke out in the elite media over … the gold standard. What is this free-for-all all about?  And why does it matter?  It matters because… the gold standard finally has demonstrated that, after a long eclipse, it...
April 22nd, 2013 | Popular Articles, Resources | Read More

Will the U.S. Nationalize Gold Within its Borders?

Will the U.S. Nationalize Gold Within its Borders?
Money manager Peter Schiff predicts, “We are headed for a monetary crisis, a dollar crisis. . . . Money supplies are going to explode, and gold supplies are going to be constricted.” According to Schiff, that means only one thing, “The price of gold has one way to go in the long term, and that...
February 25th, 2013 | Audio-Video, Future of Money, Resources | Read More

The Impossibility of Economic Calculation in a Fiat World

By Alasdair Macleod The purpose of keeping accurate accounts is to quantify net worth at any given point in time – as well as the change from a prior date. It goes without saying that the measure used, money, should be constant if comparisons over time are to mean anything. Only then do prices of...
February 11th, 2013 | Popular Articles, Resources | Read More