>America Facing Depression and Bankruptcy

>by Stephen Lendmansjlendman.blogspot.com (August 27 2010)Long-time economic, political and market analyst Bob Chapman publishes the International Forecaster, offering incisive analysis absent through mainstream sources, especially important now given America's deepening economic crisis getting harder to conceal as evidence mounts.His August 25 issue says the following:Twenty countries (including America) are headed into bankruptcy and more will … Continue reading >America Facing Depression and Bankruptcy

>Creating New Money

>Some Frequently Asked Questionsby James RobertsonProsperity (January 2003)In the introduction to Creating New Money (2000), co-authored by Joseph Huber and James Robertson, which we reviewed here the (then) Executive Director of the New Economics Foundation Ed Mayo, wrote, "We look forward to monetary reform moving to the centre stage of public and policy debate in … Continue reading >Creating New Money

>Creating New Money (2000) by James Robertson

>A Book Reviewby Alistair McConnachieProsperity (August 2000)Many people today think that the State creates all the money in circulation. It doesn't. Almost all money in circulation, around 97%, is created by the banking sector "out of nothing" and circulates as electronic and cheque book money - see Prosperity, April 2000 for the process by which … Continue reading >Creating New Money (2000) by James Robertson

>A Summary of Seigniorage Reform

>by James RobertsonProsperity (April 2003)The following is from the Speaking Notes of James Robertson, co-author of Creating New Money (2000), for his address at the Earth Emergency meeting, London School of Economics, May 07 2003, entitled Monetary Reform, Economic Justice and Political Democracy.Creating New Money is reviewed here: http://www.prosperityuk.com/prosperity/revus/crnewm.html. It is available from the New … Continue reading >A Summary of Seigniorage Reform

>The Government Can Use GPS to Track Your Moves

>by Adam Cohentime.com (August 25 2010)Government agents can sneak onto your property in the middle of the night, put a GPS device on the bottom of your car and keep track of everywhere you go. This doesn't violate your Fourth Amendment rights, because you do not have any reasonable expectation of privacy in your own … Continue reading >The Government Can Use GPS to Track Your Moves

>US Strategy: Control the World by Controlling the Internet

>A Chinese Perspectiveby Chen BaoguoGlobal Times (August 23 2010)Global Research (August 24 2010)US controls threaten Internet freedomIn May 2009, Microsoft announced on its website that they would turn off the Windows Live Messenger service for Cuba, Syria, Iran, Sudan and North Korea, in accordance with US legislation.In January 2010, Google, the company which owns the … Continue reading >US Strategy: Control the World by Controlling the Internet

>A Banking System We Can Trust

>by Laurence J Kotlikoff and Edward LeamerForbes (April 23 2009)Turn all financial firms into mutual funds.Before throwing more money at Wall Street, let's understand what our financial system was supposed to deliver, what it did deliver and what price it charged.The system was supposed to channel our hard-earned savings into the best real investments: new … Continue reading >A Banking System We Can Trust


>Three digital mythsby Christian ChristensenLe Monde diplomatique (August 09 2010)The release of the Afghan War Diaries on Wikileaks, with stories published in The Guardian, the New York Times and Der Spiegel by agreement with Wikileaks, has made news around the world. Le Monde Diplomatique, in conjunction with Owni and Slate.fr, have also made the documents … Continue reading >Wikileaks

>Why the Wars Can’t be Won

>by Professor John KozyGlobal Research (August 20 2010)Edmund Burke's statement, "Those who don't know history are destined to repeat it" is frequently cited, but in truth, even history's obvious lessons are unrecognized by many who know history very well.There was a time when every school child could recite the Gettysburg Address from memory, especially its … Continue reading >Why the Wars Can’t be Won