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POSTED ON July 12, 2023  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

The US dollar is on shaky ground. There is a growing trend toward de-dollarization. Meanwhile, the Federal Reserve is tinkering with the idea of a digital dollar that could give the government unprecedented control over your spending.

Given the trajectory of the dollar, it might be a good idea to find some alternatives. In other words, we need currency competition.

POSTED ON July 5, 2023  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

The Federal Reserve has hiked interest rates to levels not seen since before the financial crisis in 2008. The money supply had contracted at a rapid rate. This should cause the economy to slow down. Yet month after month, we get strong job numbers, rosy economic headlines, and assurances that the economy remains robust.

What exactly is going on here? Why hasn’t the predicted recession materialized yet?

POSTED ON April 12, 2023  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

The ink wasn’t even dry on the newly printed money to bail out the banking system before people came out of the woodwork to blame the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank on “deregulation.”

But is the deregulation boogeyman really to blame?

In a word, no!

POSTED ON March 23, 2023  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

After the Federal Reserve raised interest rates another 25 basis points, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell assured everybody that the collapse of SVB and Signature Bank “are not weaknesses that are at all broadly through the banking system.” That raises a question: if that’s true, why did the Fed bail out the entire banking system?

The fact is Powell’s spin isn’t true. Furthermore, the breakdown in the banking system is a sign of a much bigger problem, as Ron Paul points out.

POSTED ON March 8, 2023  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

During testimony on Capitol Hill, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank may have to raise interest rates higher than previously expected to bring down price inflation.

Despite the speed of Fed hiking and the enormous amount of debt in the US economy, most people in the mainstream seem convinced the central bank can keep hiking rates without breaking the economy.

Economist Thorsten Polleit disagrees.

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