February 7th, 2022 • Stefan Gleason, President of Money Metals Exchange and Director of the Sound Money Defense League, joins The Gold Newsletter Podcast to discuss sound money, state legislation, and cryptocurrencies
February 7th, 2022 • Jp Cortez, Policy Director for the Sound Money Defense League and lead author for the Sound Money Index, joins Free America Now to discuss the actions state legislatures can take to fight inflation and defeat the Federal Reserve.
February 1st, 2022 • Stefan Gleason, Director of the Sound Money Defense League, sits down for a comprehensive interview with David Morgan of TheMorganReport.com
Currency or Money? Dollars or Precious Metals? Has America’s Lack of Monetary Education Resulted in an Unlimited License to Print and Lie?
January 28th, 2022 • The complexity associated with how the money is printed, allocated and dispersed warrants an entire book but if Americans knew the process, I do not believe they would willingly participate.
January 28th, 2022 • It may be true that our money is screwed up at the federal level, but there are actions we can take at the state level to counteract the lunacy. Jp Cortez of the Sound Money Defense League joins us to discuss what can be done more locally to protect ourse
January 27th, 2022 • The prospect of Federal Reserve rate hikes continues to rattle Wall Street and cloud the outlook for precious metals. On Wednesday, the central bank strongly signaled it will raise its benchmark Fed funds rate for the first time in three years – likely
January 25th, 2022 • Members of the Virginia House of Delegates have voted overwhelmingly to keep gold and silver purchases tax free in the Commonwealth
January 20th, 2022 • Oklahoma ended sales taxes on purchases of precious metals long ago, but now a state senator from Broken Arrow wants to end capital gains taxes on gold and silver transactions
January 20th, 2022 • Legislators in Oklahoma aim to protect state funds with physical gold and silver and remove capital gains taxes from gold and silver transactions
January 19th, 2022 • Building on the success enjoyed by sound money advocates in Arkansas and Ohio last year, more than a half dozen states are now considering legislation that rolls back discriminatory taxes and regulations on the sale, use, and purchase of gold and silver.