Monthly Archives: October 2010


Gulietto Chiesa – Member of European Parliament, 2004 – present (Italy), and Member of the Committee on Legal Affairs. Vice Chairman, Committee on International Trade, and Member of Committee on Security and Defense – sent me the following email: The … Continue reading

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The Elephant In The Room: Debt Grows Exponentially, While Economies Only Grow In An S-Curve

  Michael Hudson is a highly-regarded economist. He is a Distinguished Research Professor at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, who has advised the U.S., Canadian, Mexican and Latvian governments as well as the United Nations Institute for Training and … Continue reading

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War: A Desire for More Cows

Sometimes hearing something said in a foreign language can give some new perspective. For example, the word for “war” in the ancient Sanskrit language (dating to 1200 BC) literally means: A desire for more cows. Simple. Your neighbor has more … Continue reading

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Fraud Caused the 1930s Depression and the Current Financial Crisis

Robert Shiller – one of the top housing experts in the United States – says that the mortgage fraud is a lot like the fraud which occurred during the Great Depression. As Fortune notes: Shiller said the danger of foreclosuregate … Continue reading

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The Founding Fathers’ Vision of Prosperity Has Been Destroyed

Paintings by Anthony Freda: The Founding Fathers not only fought for liberty and justice, they also fought for a sound economy and freedom from the tyranny of big banks: “[It was] the poverty caused by the bad influence of … Continue reading

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