Bringing gold and silver back as America's Constitutional money


Perpetual Inflation vs. Sound Money

December 10th, 2018 • Among the most important financial forces in the world are fashions in central bankers’ ideas. The dominant central bank fashion in recent years is the notion that they should create perpetual inflation at the rate of 2% per year—not 2% sometimes, but 2% always. If this indeed should happen, in a lifetime of 80 years, consumer prices on average will nearly quintuple. Keep Reading...

Richard Cantillon, the Most Important Economist You’ve Never Heard Of

December 10th, 2018 • Richard Cantillon is the most important economist you’ve never heard of. Born in Ireland sometime in the mid- to late-1600s, Richard Cantillon’s contributions to economics are found in his major work, Essai sur la Nature du Commerce en General (Essay on the Nature of Commerce in General). Keep Reading...

2019 Outlook: The State of Sound Money in the United States

December 5th, 2018 • The Great Recession, coupled with the “Ron Paul Revolution,” prompted a renaissance of the sound money movement in the United States. As Germany, Russia, and China -- to name a few -- continue to increase their gold holdings, the hegemonic power of Federal Reserve Notes (referred to today as the dollar) is slowly slipping away. Simultaneously, whispers—once relegated to fringe corners—of restoring sound money have become passionate, concerned, and loud. Keep Reading...