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News Analysis: USA approaching Bankruptcy


01/09/2011 The US is out of money. Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul has said this, many economists and financial experts concur that the Federal Reserve is bankrupt and just printing money that loses value daily. In this episode of News Analysis, we’ll try to find out if our guests agree with this or not, and how Americans are taking their fate into their own hands, such as the October 6 “occupation” of Freedom Plaza in Washington DC GUESTS: Charles Young, Larry Birns & David Swanson

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One Response to "News Analysis: USA approaching Bankruptcy"

  1. jjjbot1 says:
    no mention of the federal reserve nor Nixon closing the gold window … how are you going to have prosperity if you can’t see what is enabling the deficit spending and the malinvestment?

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