Here is a clip of Paul Ryan on Sound Money at Atlas Economic Research Foundation program, in association with FreedomWorks. In addition to Ryan, we had Mike Pence and Judy Shelton arguing that the battle for sound money requires going beyond economics 4 Min Congressman Mike Pence (IN), and Judy Shelton (Atlas Economic Research Foundation) on Sound […]Read More
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Written by Alex Newman As concerns over the U.S. dollar and the Federal Reserve continue to grow, U.S. lawmakers explored sound money, competing currencies, and the route to monetary freedom during an August 2 congressional hearing chaired by Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas). It was the final House Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee hearing led by the long-time champion of […]Read More
[Testimony before the Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology of the Committee on Financial Services, US House of Representatives “Fractional Reserve Banking and Central Banking as Sources of Economic Instability: The Sound Money Alternative,” June 28, 2012] by Dr. John Cochran Fractional-reserve banking has historically been viewed by some economists and most monetary cranks […]Read More
House Subcommittee to Examine Fractional Reserve Banking and High-Powered Money WASHINGTON, June 25 Congressman Ron Paul, Chairman of the Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology Subcommittee, announced today that the subcommittee will hold a hearing this week to examine fractional reserve banking. “Fractional reserve banking underpins the entire banking system, yet its effects on society […]Read More
Our own, Dr. Tyler Watts of Ball State University, has been honored with the Beth A. Hoffman Memorial Prize for Economic Writing. From the theFreemanonline: The second annual Beth A. Hoffman Memorial Prize for Economic Writing has been awarded to Tyler Watts, assistant professor of economics at Ball State University, the Foundation for Economic Education […]Read More
by Alasdair Macleod At the Fall Meeting, 20th October 2011.Before addressing the consequences of today’s macro-economic policies I want to tell you my philosophy. I support sound money for two very good reasons: 1. Firstly, it is a basic human right to choose to save, without our savings being debased by the tax of monetary inflation. […]Read More