Wise men knew, though, that specie money would serve as financial handcuffs on government. They could have never taxed sufficiently to swell government as the fiat system has enabled before the people would have rebelled. Of course, the fiat changed all that and has been the mechanism used to slowly reduce the once burgeoning middle class.
Tying knots in the minds of the people.
Congress only has the power to stamp bullion; to regulate the value thereof and of foreign coin. Knowing there is no constitutional provision for a central bank (although the current one is the third such—the previous two being allowed to die a fitting death), why do we think things are being done in our best interests? Has it ever worked out that way?
(1) How long do you feel the banksters will be able to successfully suppress the price of the metals?
(2) What is their Achilles Heel?
Why? MJNA is already able to produce CBD product and I fail to see the connection between more widespread hemp production (it's already being grown in several states) and it having an impact on the share price.
I think what I would rather know was in the works would be the laying of the groundwork for the preparation of THC infused products given that the trend is taking the country in that direction.
It's amazing, but they must substantiate all the other propaganda it seems. Maybe it will be like 1938.
Even back then there were some that understood the linguistics shenanigans employed by government of all tiers.
There were numerous people that did not turn in their gold because they knew that they WERE NOT "PERSONS", i.e., the same as a corporation, and thus the executive order did not apply to them.
Amazing... 5 up and 5 down thumbs... and I said it was my opinion. You're entitled to yours even if we think it stinks.
BTW, in my opinion Holder is obviously crooked.
What would you expect from a system that has a revolving door policy where banksters work for the Fed and government and then like musical chairs change places?
That's like Al Capone investigating himself..... It also reminds me of Sergeant Shultz's "I see nothing!"
You may be right. Often there's a lengthy delay for my posts to show up. I'm excited to know that what I write is causing someone(s) some grief. They obviously have the throttling of information at heart.
That said, why don't you just tell us what the deal is with electrical power consumption? My guess is it declining for a number of reasons, but primarily due to the contracting economy.
We do some e-commerce and it has slowed to a trickle.