News 4/28/2013

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Small banks and credit unions, usually foes, form alliance on ‘too big to fail’

The Hill 4/27/2013 

From Subprime Crisis to QE3 the Federal Reserve has Failed America

Market Oracle 4/26/2013

How to Spend a Bitcoin

Popular Mechanics 4/26/2013

Arizona’s hard currency: How much gold might it need?

Resource Investor 4/26/2013

How to Get the US Economy Going Again

The Daily Bell 4/26/2013

Central Banks Join the Herd, Openly Buying Stocks in Record Amounts

Zero Hedge 4/25/2013

Come Back to Gold

Ludwig von Mises Insttitue 4/25/2013

Jim Rogers Exclusive: It’s a “Race to Insanity”

Money Morning 4/24/2013

The Federal Reserve: Playing Thug Politics With Banks

Forbes 4/17/2013

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Congressman Stephens on the Money Trust investigation

                    Money Trust Investigation

     Finally a resolution was introduced in the House providing an investigation of the subject.

     It was alleged that a small group of financiers had acquired such control of some of the great financial and industrial corporations of the country that they were, in a large measure, the masters of the finances of the entire country.  It was said that they were able to use the funds and property of the great national banks and other moneyed corporations in the leading money centers to control the security and commodity markets; to regulate the interest rate for money; to create, avert, and compose panics …

Congressional Record Sept. 13, 1913 via