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The FedGold Standard
As we wait to see what 2017 has in store for us, at least we can enjoy watching Krugman continue to destroy his reputation 140 characters at a time.
Legal SystemMoney and BanksGold StandardMonetary Theory
The courts have long sided with the Feds in refusing to enforce gold clauses in private contracts. State governments can undo some of this damage.
Money and BanksGold StandardMoney and Banking
It is no secret that secret Swiss bank accounts are not so secret anymore, as political elites worldwide wage an all-out war against financial privacy.
The FedMoney and BanksGold StandardPrices
The Federal Reserve and in particular fiat money ruins the incentive to save for a better future.
Utah has declared any gold and silver coins issued by the US government as legal tender in the state — and free from any taxation.
Money and BanksWar and Foreign PolicyGold StandardMoney and Banking
The dollar's last tie to gold was severed 45 years ago. Gold had always been an inconvenience for governments looking for more debt and spending.
Calculation and KnowledgeGold StandardMonetary Theory
This new issue features important contributions to monetary theory and policy, a novel program for re-establishing gold money, and much more.
Gold StandardMoney and Banking
Grant: "I think both the institution of government-credit money and of credit are in a tough way."
Big GovernmentStrategyGold Standard
Written in 1968, Hazlitt discusses libertarian strategy, why Big Business won't defend capitalism, and the importance of defending sound money.
Legal SystemGold StandardMoney and Banking
Texas is moving ahead with its plan to build an independent gold storage facility where ordinary people can have accounts.