Hang Onto Your Wallets: Negative Interest, the War on Cash, and the $10 Trillion Bail-in

Nov 22, 2015. By Ellen Brown. In uncertain times, “cash is king,” but central bankers are systematically moving to eliminate that option. Is it really about stimulating the economy? Or is there some deeper, darker threat afoot? Remember those old ads showing a senior couple lounging on a warm beach, captioned “Let your money work

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Wall Street and Domestic Violence

Oct 30, 2015. October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, is coming to a close. October also contains the anniversary of the 1929 Stock Market Crash. The macro-economy is related to personal relationships—and interpersonal violence—in the same way that the condition of the oceans as a whole is a factor in the dispositions of fish

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Community Banks Reinventing Themselves–But Can They Survive?

Oct 17, 2015. The Institute for Local Self-Reliance reports that two members of Seacoast Local, “a local economies non-profit that works in eastern New Hampshire and southern Maine,” have developed an application that will point investors and savers in the direction of socially responsible and sustainable banks. The application utilizes particular “criteria to quantify a bank’s

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