If you’re feeling bewildered by the paper money crisis, join us with Michael MacDonald and Christopher Whitestone – the authors of The Silver Bomb – as we bring it back to square one with an eye firmly fixed on silver.
Whistleblower Karen Hudes has an interesting role to play in life; her passion is holding others accountable to the rule of law. She shares the inner workings of The World Bank and offers unusual information from an insider’s point-of-view.
GATA Chairman Bill Murphy discusses the outcome of GATA’s lawsuit against the Federal Reserve under the Freedom of Information Act, the Fed’s secret gold swap arrangements with foreign banks, the United States Treasury’s power to confiscate wealth, and the mechanisms used to fix the market and suppress the real price of gold and other precious metals.
Where did the Federal Reserve come from, and what do they actually do? G. Edward Griffin, the author of The Creature from Jekyll Island, sheds light on the private bank’s clandestine origins.
American Monetary Institute director Stephen Zarlenga, the author of The Lost Science of Money, recounts the history of money and monetary policy.