Tag: inflation

Chatter #244 – Christopher Leonard – ”Fed-Pilled” – The Lords of Easy Money And The Federal Reserve

Christopher Leonard is the author of the new book The Lords of Easy Money: How the Federal Reserve Broke the American Economy. If you asked most people what forces led to today’s unprecedented income inequality and financial crashes, no one would say the Federal Reserve. For most of its history, the Fed has…

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Chatter #232 – Melissa Ciummei on Financial Reset, Digital ID and a Social Credit System

Melissa Ciummei first came across my radar after I saw her speak at an anti-vaccine passport protest in Belfast about the concept of digital ID and a financial reset. Once I delved further into her work, I saw that Melissa was discussing ideas of good and evil, CBDCs, crypto, and above all, she…

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Chatter #209 – Simon Youel On Positive Money, Inflation, and Quantitative Easing

Have you ever wondered how a government budget works? How borrowing works? Whether the magic money tree really exists? Positive Money are a group hoping to educate people on how a sovereign government has the ability to create and spend money. Simon Youel is Head of Policy & Advocacy at Positive Money, a…

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Chatter #169 – Steve Grumbine on MMT, Tax, and a Federal Jobs Guarantee

Steven D. Grumbine was a conservative Republican who revered Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, and George W. Bush. He was raised with the social belief that no one was deserving of a handout, that everyone must pull themselves up by their bootstraps. Steve’s mother and father had both finished their careers at…

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Chatter #157 – Professor Antony Mueller On Inflation, Fiat Money, And The Impending Market Crash

Antony Mueller, Professor of Economics, contributor to many economics publications including American Institute for Economic Research and the Mises Institute, and the author of the book series “The Great Financial Crisis of 2008”, was my guest on today’s show. In his second appearance on my show I wanted to get more of his…

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10 Years Since The Crash – Where Is The Economy?

One of the central pillars of the argument for a Conservative government in Downing Street is fiscal responsibility; the idea is that the Labour party would run up debt with unrestrained spending and the Conservatives then have to come in and clean up the mess. With seven years in government, almost 10 years…

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