South Carolina Approves Gold and Silver as Money

Back in February, CNN reported on the growing allure of the “shiny new currencies made of silver and gold” as over a dozen states across the nation contemplated an alternative currency.

Fast forward two months into present day and the South Carolina House has given the go ahead to use gold and silver as real money.

As local and state economies attempt to ward off devastating fiscal disasters amidst the plummeting value of the dollar, lawmakers in states all over the country are considering passing laws that would make gold and silver legal forms of currency.

Last year, Utah led this movement by becoming the very first state in the United States of America to officially legalize silver and gold coins as legal tender.

South Carolina Approves Gold and Silver as Money [continued]

via AuditTheFedPhoneBomb.com.

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