Economy

 Robert Taft

Global Race to the Bottom by Central Banks in Unison

Global Race to the Bottom by Central Banks in Unison

            Global Weimar hyperinflation – currency wars – coordinated race to the bottom The public loses – coordinated to hide what they are doing to the value of your money Substitute the term currency war, for coordinated inflation, cloaked in the public announcements, out of the globalist ministers for a […]

 End the Lie

Defending the indefensible

Defending the indefensible

By Charles Horton Contributing writer for End the Lie The events surrounding hurricane Sandy have provided an excellent opportunity to learn some basic economic truths. The officials of states hammered by the hurricane flooded the airwaves and newspapers with warnings to those who would increase their prices, always referring to them as price gougers. “Our […]

 Richard Cottrell

Good morning Mr. President: Uncle Sam is dead broke and there isn’t a darn thing you can do about it

Good morning Mr. President: Uncle Sam is dead broke and there isn’t a darn thing you can do about it

By Richard Cottrell Contributing writer for End the Lie Few Americans – that is apart from the inner core of carrion feeders and general scavengers on Wall Street – presently realize that America is not only flat broke but rapidly slipping behind Public Enemy Number One, namely, China. Moreover, the Federal Reserve is probably working […]

 Richard Cottrell

The Gold Rush: why are we not being told the truth?

The Gold Rush: why are we not being told the truth?

By Richard Cottrell Contributing writer for End the Lie We are now approaching one of the most important tipping points in world history and yet we stagger on besotted by iPhones and other electronic brain frying clutter in the expectation that  things being as they are, so they will remain the same in the future. […]

 End the Lie

Buy local movement is spawning local currencies

Buy local movement is spawning local currencies

By Brent Daggett Contributing writer for End the Lie With growing distrust of big banks and the unstable economy, the buy local movement is gaining more traction, especially if localities create their own currency. The concept of printing local currency (in the form of paper money) is nothing new and is perfectly legal by federal […]

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Report: at least $20.3 trillion hidden in offshore banks by global elite

Report: at least $20.3 trillion hidden in offshore banks by global elite

By End the Lie According to the most detailed study of the so-called offshore economy to date, conducted by James Henry, former chief economist with the consultancy McKinsey, the world’s richest people have taken advantage of cross-border tax laws in order to put away a shocking $20.31 trillion in offshore banks. While this likely isn’t […]

 End the Lie

LIBOR: the “mega-scandal of all mega-scandals” is upon us

LIBOR: the “mega-scandal of all mega-scandals” is upon us

By End the Lie The London Interbank Offered Rate, or LIBOR, scandal is growing by the minute and is shaping up to be one of the largest, if not the single largest, financial scandals of all time. This has the potential to make the massive conflicts of interest at the Federal Reserve and the $16 […]

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Fed survey focuses on recession: credit card debt drops, family wealth gets trodden

Fed survey focuses on recession: credit card debt drops, family wealth gets trodden

By Rick Murphy Contributing writer for End the Lie After the recent financial havoc of 2008, loads of Americans have been trapped in the vicious cycle of credit card debt. Debt is an interesting topic, especially in the United States, where debt collectors have been known to actually “invade” hospitals in tracking down healthcare debt. […]

 End the Lie

With Greek elections over, gold remained steady

With Greek elections over, gold remained steady

By Jeremy Holcombe Contributing writer for Goldco Direct and End the Lie The Greek elections were held this past weekend, and as many investors held their breath, good news (according to some but not others, such as Richard Cottrell) came from the results. The outcome of the election was expected by many analysts and commentators, […]

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