College Aid and the Fiscal Cliff

Written by Gary North on November 9, 2012

The fiscal cliff is real. If Congress gets into gridlock, automatic spending cuts will begin. Whole segments of the economy will be affected. The private sector will get larger. The state sector will not gr0w as fast. It will not shrink, but it will not grow as fast. This is a good thing. This is […]

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Mr. Anti-Federal Reserve Assesses Where We Are Today

Written by Gary North on September 18, 2012

G. Edward Griffin wrote the best popular introduction to the Federal Reserve System in 1998: The Creature From Jekyll Island. It has gone through 38 printings. He gave an interview to Casey Research a few weeks ago. Casey Research has printed a transcript. Here are highlights. I think that Einstein’s E=mc2was the epicenter of all […]

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What If Your Daughter Ran Up Credit Card Debt of $160,000?

Written by Gary North on July 9, 2012

You would be horrified. You would ask: “What bank would allow this?” Answer: lots of them. It’s credit for college. Students cannot declare bankruptcy to escape college debt. They are trapped for life. So are the men who marry them. Kathleen Bijas, 27, lives at home with her parents. She makes monthly payments of $1,608. […]

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