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Nikhil Sridhar Scholarship Essay 2021

November 3rd, 2021 • First-place winning essay in the graduate category for the 2021 Sound Money Scholarship

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Rania Al-Bawwab Scholarship Essay 2021

November 3rd, 2021 • Second-place winning essay in the graduate category for the 2021 Sound Money Scholarship

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2021 Sound Money Scholarship Winners Announced

November 1st, 2021 • 4 Outstanding Students Earn Thousands in Tuition Assistance

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Prices Rising as New Dangers Point to Hard Assets

October 15th, 2021 • The economy was supposed to get back to normal this year. But instead, supply disruptions are spreading and driving shortages of various consumer products from office furniture to computer chips.

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An Emboldened, Super-Funded IRS to Target Bank Depositors

October 14th, 2021 • Insidious plans are afoot in Washington to give IRS officials another $80 billion for auditors and then unleash them on bank account holders. New, heavy-handed IRS and Federal Reserve controls along with other threats to financial privacy highlight the i

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Transitory Inflation and Useless Ingredients

October 6th, 2021 • This naturally leads people to think that whatever goods a dollar can purchase are intrinsic to the dollar itself. Indeed, if the quantity of dollars is the only cause of prices to rise, then the logical corollary is that the goods—and the people who pr

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The Inflation Tax Is Bearing Down on Investors Too

October 4th, 2021 • The post-COVID inflation surge that was supposed to be “transitory” is looking a lot more permanent. On Friday, the Bureau of Economic Analysis Friday released data on Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE), the Federal Reserve’s preferred inflati

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The Fed’s ‘Dangerous’ Path Toward Debt Monetization

September 30th, 2021 • A prominent U.S. Senator just called the head of the nation’s central bank “dangerous.” Unfortunately, the true dangers of U.S. monetary and fiscal policy were lost on everyone involved.

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What Happened in 1971? Edward Snowden and Jack Dorsey Want to Know

September 27th, 2021 • The first thing that becomes apparent is that something happened in 1971. This fact is made clear by a series of charts, all based on government data, that show various odd economic trends began in that year.

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$1 Trillion Coins Instead of More Federal Debt?!

September 23rd, 2021 • One proposal would have the Treasury Department mint platinum coins with an arbitrary face value of $1 trillion. These coins could then be deposited at the Federal Reserve, which would credit the government with the trillions of dollars it needs to pay it

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