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Senate Passes $2.2 Trillion Bailout; Demand for Sound Money Remains High

March 30th, 2020 • The roller coaster ride in markets took a sharp turn higher this week after the Federal Reserve and Congress together pledged over 6 trillion dollars to rescue the financial system.

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FDR's Tyrannical Gold Confiscation

March 23rd, 2020 • Sometimes people say, “I guess we’ll just have to have a major economic or monetary crisis to wake people up and cause them to want a sound monetary system.” There is one big problem with that refrain, however: A crisis or emergency oftentimes indu

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The Crazed Trillion Dollar Coin Proposal is Back

March 23rd, 2020 • Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute explains the latest crazed trillion dollar coin proposal. Sound money still matters, much to the chagrin of elected officials.

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Idaho House Considers Eliminating Income Taxes on Gold and Silver

March 20th, 2020 • Representative Nichols has introduced House Bill 602, a tax-neutral measure to exclude from gross income any net capital gain and any net capital loss derived from the exchange of precious metals bullion in Idaho.

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Washington State Politicians Drop Cynical Attempt to Impose New Taxes on Gold & Silver

March 12th, 2020 • Efforts in Washington State to impose sales tax on gold and silver were SHUT DOWN today thanks to intense efforts by the Sound Money Defense League, a group of in-state coin dealers led by Dan Duncan, and a large number of vocal grassroots supporters

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Alabama House Considers Eliminating Income Taxes on Gold and Silver

February 6th, 2020 • Representative Sorrell has introduced House Bill 122, a tax-neutral measure to exclude from gross income any net capital gain and any net capital loss derived from the exchange of precious metals bullion.

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Freedom and Prosperity: The Importance of Sound Money

January 30th, 2020 • Sound money is a key to a free and prosperous society. That principle was clearly reflected in the monetary system that the Constitution established when it called the federal government into existence.

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Mississippi Senate Considers Removing Tax on Gold and Silver

January 30th, 2020 • Introduced by Senator Joey Fillingane (R-41), Senate Bill 2097 removes sales and use tax against gold, silver, platinum, and palladium bullion and currency in Mississippi.

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Hawaii Representatives Consider Ending Taxation on Sound Money

January 30th, 2020 • Introduced by Representative Okimoto (R-36), House Bill 1830 removes sales and use tax against gold and silver bullion and currency in Hawaii.

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Mississippi House of Representatives to Hear Measure to Remove Taxes from Sound Money

January 30th, 2020 • Representative Bomgar (R-51) has introduced a measure that removes sales and use tax against gold and silver bullion in Mississippi.

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