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The True Nature of Gold Is Liberty

The True Nature of Gold Is Liberty

Article By Guy Christopher “Look at that screen,” exclaimed Fox Business Network’s Stuart Varney, referring to the television graphic showing markets crashing across the globe. “The only thing going up is the price of gold!”    “It’s always a dangerous thing when you leave democracy up to the people,” joked Varney’s guest – venture capitalist and author Peter Kiernan, as they watched Britain vote Thursday night to escape the European Union The dust is still settling after Britain’s seismic Brexit vote June 23rd.  At issue: who should control British economic and immigration policies – Brits themselves, or unelected bankers and their bureaucracy stooges.  A choice between the liberty of self-determination or […]

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The US Is Committed To Redistribute Income

In this video, the presentator explains the unintended consequences on the economy of the recent “fiscal deal”. He closes by saying: “I believe this will lead to economic disaster for the country.”

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What Does Liberty Really Mean to You?

| August 13, 2012 | Articles: Insights

By David Galland, Casey Research For some time now – years actually – I have pondered the nature of liberty. Or more specifically, what liberty actually means to me. And to be extra clear, I am not talking about the meaning in abstract or philosophical terms, but tangibly – in much the same way I might answer if asked what my wife means to me. The trigger for this entirely personal discourse comes from reading various articles and viewing various YouTube videos and speeches from self-styled champions of liberty (COL). There is even an entire conference, Mark Skousen’s FreedomFest, dedicated to the topic. Invariably, these well-meaning COL rail against “The […]

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