Feds Pay High School Dropouts 36% More Than the Private Sector

Written by Gary North on August 17, 2012

High school dropouts who find jobs with the federal government are paid 36% more than high school dropouts in the private sector. This was the finding of a recent study by the Congressional Research Service. This is good news for defenders of liberty. It means that the Federal government will absorb these short-sighted people who […]

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Government Mandate: Banking Bankruptcy Plan

Written by Gary North on August 13, 2012

Bank regulators for the United States government have been working secretly for two years with the five largest U.S. banks, It has required them to draw of “last wills and testaments” in case they go under. This is sensible. O\If one or more go bust in the next crisis, the government wants a fast transition. […]

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The Idiot Politician Who Made Me Rich

Written by Gary North on July 9, 2012

Gordon Brown, the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, is an idiot economically. This is probably an insult to idiots. In 1999, he sold half of the gold reserves of the nation. He was Chancellor of the Exchequer. He drove down gold’s price to under $300. I bought. I bought a lot. I put […]

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$4 Trillion in Bailout Money for Federal Reserve Bankers’ Banks

Written by Gary North on June 15, 2012

Senator Bernie Sanders has released the names of 18 bankers who have served as board members of regional Federal Reserve Banks (private) and whose banks collected $4 trillion in low-interest loans from the Federal Reserve System. The list is here. Sanders has revealed the following. More than $4 trillion in near zero-interest Federal Reserve loans […]

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Co-Signed Italian Debt: The Eurozone “Solution”

Written by Gary North on December 5, 2011

There is lots of news today about how the newly non-elected leader of Italy is proposing spending cuts. That’s what the headlines say. The New York Times reports: In the process, European leaders will begin to change the fundamental structure of the union, creating a form of centralized oversight of national budgets, with sanctions for […]

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