Daily Archives: April 10, 2020

On Our Attitude Towards Our Times

Yesterday on the first day of unleavened bread, the speaker from the Home Office gave a message that resembled a previous one relating to the quarantine order that many people have.  While previously the focus had been on the quarantine … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Creature From Jekyll Island

The Creature From Jekyll Island:  A Second Look At The Federal Reserve System, by G. Edward Griffin As someone who has been to Jekyll Island on multiple occasions, I find it deeply humorous that the small Georgia island has acquired … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Federal Reserve Bank

The Federal Reserve Bank, by H. S. Kenan How is it that one goes about writing about the Federal Reserve bank?  By and large, the friends of the reserve system have not written about the bank.  It is possibly thought–and … Continue reading

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Book Review: What Price Federal Reserve System?

What Price Federal Reserve System?, as told by N.W. Rogers This book is an example of the wrong way to criticize the Federal Reserve system.  Coming in at only a few pages and written in somewhat odd and not entirely … Continue reading

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