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MoniQue
MoniQue

Ron Paul and Peter Schiff have been RIGHT all along. Spot-on. Thanks for posting this video.

Matt
Matt

Freedom watch is the only show I find 99.9% agreement. It would be amazing to see them get an hour every day! Viva Ron Paul.

Heather
Heather

It's been pretty wild watching these New World Order events unfold when only a few years ago the mere utterance of such words was still fairly underground, but, 'audacity' has always been their motto and it looks like 2009 is their big coming out party!

Unfortunately, the 'crazy', 'republican' rants of personalities like Lou Dobbs and Glenn Beck are actually harming any attempt to 'warn' the masses of this 'conspiracy' (but maybe this is their purpose?) as the majority of the population is intent on only listening to the hype of optimism and change from the 'liberal, intellectual, left' media personalities, and frankly, Jon Stewart and company thinks we're all a bunch of crack-heads (seriously, Mr. Beck, crying?).

Unless someone can discuss this topic in a serious, calm, rational, and captive manner (with a mound of evidence & logical deductions),no one is going to pay any real attention to this (sorry Mr. Jones- I do respect and appreciate all of your efforts).

ARepentantYankeeLivingInOccupiedAlabama
ARepentantYankeeLivingInOccupiedAlabama

Wow! Did Mark Skousen give any of you the same creepy feeling he did me? With friends like that......

He did serious damage to a fine organization back a few years ago. He was the president of The Foundation For Economic Education (www.FEE.org) for a relatively short time, thankfully.

My experience with FEE went back to 1984 (funny, huh?) when I read a book called "The Law", currently published by them. You can read it and many other books on economics on-line at their Library/Book menu, or purchase any of those and a wealth of others done in ink on real paper. I learned a great deal from the folks at FEE, but things slipped badly during Skousen's presidency.

I was quite discouraged, and even lost touch with them for a few years until Walter Williams responded to my e-mail on the subject telling me to give them another try. He said things had been fixed and were looking up. Like always, Williams was right on. Give them a look. If nothing else, to read "The Law". It was written over 150 years ago, by a Frenchman to boot. But it is as timely now as it was then. And Walter Williams has his name on the Foreword if the current edition.

Not too far behind Skousen on this particular video was Alex Jones. He introduced some interesting documents, but his disdain for contracts was not something I hoped to hear. He seemed to think ends justified means. I don't know much about him, but will probably not endeavour to find out more, either. Should I?

(You can keep up with Walter Williams at http://www.gmu.edu/departments/economics/wew/index.html. His syndicated columns are 3 minutes of great education every week.)

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