Tag Archives: Cyprus

10 Lessons from the Government Shutdown

Eric Blair via Activist Post Thank God the government shutdown crisis is over. Not because it averted economic catastrophe, that’s still coming, but because the phony narrative was destructive. It dragged even the most open-minded people into a designated political camp. … Continue reading

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The Money-ness of Bitcoins

by Nikolay Gertchev via the Mises Daily Bitcoins have been much in the news lately. Against the background of renewed concerns about the integrity of the euro zone and the imposition of capital controls in Cyprus, the price of a … Continue reading

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Canadian Deposits As Safe As Cypriot Deposits

Being aware of this should leave no doubt in anybody’s mind but what the world is teetering on economic collapse. If you read carefully and think while you read, it should become obvious that somebody (bodies) is going to get … Continue reading

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Bitcoin’s Moment

by Jeffrey Tucker  via Laisseze Faire Club   Bitcoin may reach $100 today. That brings the total value of the existing Bitcoin stock (10,960,500) to more than $1 billion. It was only a few weeks ago when a local Bitcoin trader … Continue reading

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Why Texas wants its gold back from the feds

I am as anti-State as anyone can possibly be, but, in cases like this, I’m still proud to call myself a Texian. Think secession. It is a step in the right direction. — jtl, 419 More security ‘in the event of … Continue reading

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