Video: Ron Paul vs. Bernanke (for the Last Time)

Written by Gary North on July 19, 2012

Ron Paul will retire at the end of this term. This encounter with Bernanke was his last chance to deal with Bernanke, and Bernanke with him. Paul is Bernanke’s most tenacious critic in the government. The video has a nice introduction by the chairman of the committee. Then, around 1:30 into the video, Paul begins. […]

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Big Bank Bailout: Why You Will Be Asked to Pay

Written by Gary North on November 30, 2011

The politicians in Europe are planning another summit meeting on December 9. The more summits they have, the more it becomes clear that they have no solution. If they did, they would need only one summit. Matthew Lynn nails it: “Every week we get another big search for a smart-sounding scheme to rescue the project. […]

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European Loophole: How to Inflate Legally

Written by Gary North on November 18, 2011

The only institution with enough money to bail out the PIIGS is the European Central Bank.  The threat of a domino effect is increasing. By treaty, the ECB is not allowed to buy the debt of governments. It gets around this by lending to banks that buy government debt. But the bankers are beginning to […]

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