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Amazing History of Paper Money: the Gengis Khan Epoch

The Bark Of Trees In the 1190s Genghis Khan extended a practice that changed the world: A new payment transaction system, paper money. This was introduced to the west via Marco Polo and is the primary root to the paper … Continue reading

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Why I can’t afford to go to a movie this weekend…

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Snyder: Economic Slowdown Confirmed…

14 Very Alarming Numbers That Reveal The Current State Of The Economy The economic numbers just continue to get worse and worse, and at this point it has become exceedingly clear that an economic slowdown is happening. In fact, even … Continue reading

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Americans Had To Borrow 88 BILLION Dollars To Cover Their Medical Bills Last Year

I know that the headline sounds outrageous, but it is actually true. According to a brand new report that was just released, Americans had to borrow 88 billion dollars to cover their medical bills last year. That is a truly … Continue reading

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On this day, April 2, 1792…

On this day in 1792, the Coinage Act creates the U.S. Mint and provides for the construction of a new building in Philadelphia. That building was the first federal building to be built under the new U.S. Constitution.

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April 2, 2019: Just another FOOL’s Day

Retail Layoffs Are 92 Percent Higher In 2019 – And Now Even Wal-Mart Is “Quietly Closing Stores” Just like we witnessed during the last recession, major retailers are laying off tens of thousands of workers, and it looks like this … Continue reading

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The Federal Reserve’s Controlled Demolition Of The Economy Is Almost Complete

The Federal Reserve is an often misunderstood entity, not only in the mainstream, but also in alternative economic circles. There is this ever pervasive fantasy on both sides of the divide that the central bank actually “cares” about forever protecting … Continue reading

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A Civics Lesson on the One-Dollar Bill

Scarcely worth two cents of its once mighty purchasing power the U.S One Dollar bill (once as good as gold) is steeped in history – yet a strange one – with a history of its own… September 27, 2001 ~ … Continue reading

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