Continuing the series.
The Creature from Jekyll Island Lecture Part 4, The Federal Reserve System by G. Edward Griffin A lecture on the Federal Reserve System by G. Edward Griffin,…
The Blogfather, Glenn Reynolds, tells Bill Whittle about how he became the Insapundit, one of the first bloggers in America. After 9/11, thousands of people turned to Glenn Reynolds for information to supplement what they were seeing on television. What does it take for your blog to get noticed by Glenn Reynolds? Find out?
Irresponsible liberals refuse to confront staggering national debt or reform entitlements. Now our kids owe billions to finance the promises we made to ourselves. How will they pay?
Email President Obama and demand responsibility: http://goo.gl/QSDt3
In honor of Bernanke’s first ever public address as Chairman of The Creature from Jekyll Island.
A lecture on the Federal Reserve System by G. Edward Griffin, author of the book The Creature from Jekyll Island.
Where does money come from? Where does it go? Who makes it? The money magicians’ secrets are unveiled. We get a close look at their mirrors and smoke machines, their pulleys, cogs, and wheels that create the grand illusion called money. A dry and boring subject? Just wait!
You’ll be hooked in five minutes. Reads like a detective story – which it really is. But it’s all true. This book is about the most blatant scam of all history. It’s all here: the cause of wars, boom-bust cycles, inflation, depression, prosperity.
Creature from Jekyll Island is a “must read.” Your world view will definitely change. You’ll never trust a politician again – or a banker.
We’re told Barack Obama’s history and character are somehow off-limits. But personal history makes character, and the character of the President of the United States is something we have a right to be interested in.
In Part 1 of this meticulously researched and and sourced series, Bill Whittle examines both the Dunhams and the Obamas — each steeped in Marxism and anti-Americansm and each a long, long way away from mainstream American culture.
While a great debate rages in states across the country about benefits and pensions for state workers, existing pensions continue to fall short of their funding needs. State pension deficits increased 26% to $1.26 trillion in 2009, according to the Pew Center.
Jestina Clayton, a college graduate, wife, mother of two and refugee from Sierra Leone’s civil war has been braiding hair for most of her life. Now she wants to use her considerable skills to help provide for her family while her husband finishes his education. But the state of Utah says she may not be paid to braid unless she first spends thousands of dollars on 2,000 hours of government-mandated cosmetology training—not one hour of which actually teaches her how to braid hair. In the same number of class hours, a person also could qualify to be an armed security guard, mortgage loan originator, real estate sales agent, EMT and lawyer—combined. Such arbitrary and excessive government-imposed licensing on such an ordinary, safe and uncomplicated practice as hairbraiding is not only outrageous, it is unconstitutional.
Jestina pled her case to the Utah’s licensing board and to Utah legislators but to no avail. That is why on April 26, 2011, the Institute for Justice (IJ) filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Utah to challenge Utah’s hairbraiding regulations.