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A Constitutional Dollar — by Michael Rozeff

Are you aware that a Federal Reserve dollar bill is not a constitutional dollar? Perhaps you are, but if so, do you know what a constitutional dollar literally is? Is it gold? Is it silver? Is it both? What is … Continue reading

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Governments Request “Contingency Planning for Extreme Scenarios Including Rioting and Social Unrest”

The writing is on the wall. If you can’t read it, then you’re going to have a problem – very soon. It was in early 2009 that we first warned our readers of the coming wave of riots and social unrest that … Continue reading

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China, Russia quit dollar

St. Petersburg, Russia – China and Russia have decided to renounce the US dollar and resort to using their own currencies for bilateral trade, Premier Wen Jiabao and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced late on Tuesday. Click link below … Continue reading

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Race to the Bottom by Peter Schiff

Long ago, before economic models developed their current levels of sophistication, it used to be that the goal of a government’s economic policy was to bring prosperity to its citizens; in other words, to raise the general level of material … Continue reading

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Best Places to Stretch a Weak Dollar

By Katrina Brown Hunt Remember the days when flashing a few greenbacks—even singles—made you look like a big shot overseas? Alas, those aren’t these days. In Western Europe, one euro costs you nearly $1.50, and in Great Britain, the pound now costs … Continue reading

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Ecuador to Divorce the U.S. Dollar?

August 30, 2010, 2:46 PM EDT  By Nathan Gill Aug. 30 (Bloomberg) — Ecuador’s foreign reserves dropped to the lowest level since July 2009, heading for their biggest monthly decline since May, as government cash deposits at the central bank fell. … Continue reading

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