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Monthly Archives March 2015

Sound Money meets the Fed

March 6, 2015

In October of last year, while speaking at the Boston Fed,  Janet Yellen announced her concern over growing inequality in the United States, revealing that she thought it was “appropriate to ask whether this trend is compatible with values rooted in our nation’s history.” This concern was turned into action on November 14 when she […]

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Op-ed: Greek solvency requires political reform, support from populace

March 2, 2015

A hard currency backed by specie like gold or silver imposes sound economic policies on the nations that use them, but currency established by central bank fiat requires sound policies to be established by political mechanisms in concert with the support of the electorate. In the case of the stagnation in Greece, the European Union […]

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