Thursday, March 25, 2010

Jim Rogers BLASTS FOX Business NEWS

Monday, March 22, 2010

I hope you enjoy this

What is the one thing we all have in common? The desire to be free! To do that the message of freedom needs to spread like a wild fire out of control. People need to be reminded of the value of freedom everyday. A great way to spread this message is through music. As many of you know we have been a supporter of Jordan Page since we discovered him. Recently he filmed a video for his new song "Liberty". Below is the youtube video for this great song. We hope you enjoy!

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If you have not heard now Jordan is doing a College tour to help spread this wonderful message. Please come out and support Jordan on tour. Details of this can be found on Jordan's Myspace page. Thank you for your support and we hope you will pass this message on!

Jordan Page is a young singer/songwriter/guitarist who uses his music to promote a message of peace while educating and mobilizing resistance to tyranny and the erosion of American civil rights. He embodies the protesting spirit of past years that is so rare in music today. He believes that armed service is not the only way to serve one’s country. Armed with the truth in song, he has raised up his voice in opposition to extreme military foreign policies, the corruption of the Federal Reserve, subversion of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, torture of prisoners, warrantless domestic surveillance, and oppression perpetrated by globalist elements in government. His songs are often stirring, and always challenging.

Bryan Siemon

Friday, March 19, 2010

Money Out of Thin Air

Now Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke Wants To Eliminate Reserve Requirements Completely?

Up until now, the United States has operated under a "fractional reserve" banking system. Banks have always been required to keep a small fraction of the money deposited with them for a reserve, but were allowed to loan out the rest. But now it turns out that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke wants to completely eliminate minimum reserve requirements, which he says "impose costs and distortions on the banking system". At least that is what a footnote to his testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services on February 10th says. So is Bernanke actually proposing that banks should be allowed to have no reserves at all?

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