>The Root of the Present Crisis and Its Cure

>Who Should Create the Money Supply?Should It Be Created as Debt or Debt-Free? by James Robertsonjamesrobertson.com (April 06 2009)1. Who decreed that 21st-century societies must depend for their supply of money on banks creating it for their own profit? Not God; no faith scriptures teach it. Not Nature; winds, tides, plants, trees, animals - none … Continue reading >The Root of the Present Crisis and Its Cure

>Landmark Decision Promises Massive Relief …

>... for Homeowners and Trouble for Banksby Ellen Brownwww.webofdebt.com (September 19 2009)A landmark ruling in a recent Kansas Supreme Court case may have given millions of distressed homeowners the legal wedge they need to avoid foreclosure. In Landmark National Bank vs Kesler {1}, 2009 Kan. LEXIS 834, the Kansas Supreme Court held that a nominee … Continue reading >Landmark Decision Promises Massive Relief …

>The Unsung Heroes of the Financial Crisis

>How Short Sellers Brought the Speculator Party to an Endby Dean BakerCounterPunch (September 16 2009)Last year, as the collapse of the housing bubble was threatening to turn Wall Street into a pre-industrial economy, many leading financial commentators were blaming short-sellers for the meltdown. They argued that the fundamentals of the financial industry were essentially sound. … Continue reading >The Unsung Heroes of the Financial Crisis

>Original Sin

>Clusterfuck Nation by James Howard KunstlerComment on current events by the author ofThe Long Emergency (2005)www.kunstler.com (September 21 2009) In our history, the American nation committed obvious sins against select groups of people, and we've paid bitterly for some of that. But now it's our sins against the land itself that threaten to sink the … Continue reading >Original Sin