Campaign: Legal & Policy Challenges

TAKE BACK THE POWER TO CREATE MONEY FROM THE PRIVATE BANKING INDUSTRY

The Constitution states, “Congress shall have the power to coin money and regulate the value thereof.” This power has been abdicated to private bankers. Today, 99.99% of our money is created by private banks when they make loans. This includes the Federal Reserve, a private banking corporation, which orders Federal Reserve Notes to be printed, and then lends them to the U.S. government. Only coins are actually created ...more »

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UNPRIVATIZE BANKING

Our banking system is a privately-owned, for-profit enterprise based on fraud. It is owned and run by the international banking cartel because congress passed a law in 1913 (the Federal Reserve Act) creating the FED (a privately owned bank) and legalizing/granting a monopoly on the creation of money to the private banker owners via the FED. Uh-oh. That's bad because it requires the US gov't to BORROW money AT INTEREST ...more »

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Regulate or Outlaw Derivates

Derivatives are not assets. Derivatives are pieces of paper on which is placed some ink that is adjusted into particular patterns. The adjusted ink is arranged so as to refer to some other thing, the supposed underlying asset, or worse, another derivative. All a derivative can do is refer to that other thing. It is not that other thing and cannot be traded for that other thing. Therefore, derivaties are not fungible, ...more »

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VOTE WITH YOUR DOLLAR

I propose that we tally up what we should pay in taxes at the end of every year and that we should be able to elect to send the money to the public program(s) of our choice. If our concern is education, then we should send some to the school our kids go to. If the concern is poverty, send some to the soup kitchen or the the rehabilitation center or the job service agency that helps those folks. If our concern is potholes ...more »

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Campaign: Between Federal, State, and Local Governments

The Community Banking Plan

The Community Banking Plan -- How to solve our Home Mortgage, Money and Banking problems -- all at once 5/9/09 From: http://www.primeronmoney.com/howtosolve.html This plan provides for the establishment of 4,000 Community banks -- one in each community-area of about 75,000 people. Each Bank will sign a contract with the State for a State Charter that will spell out, in detail, what that Bank will be doing. For the ...more »

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Charter a Class of High Transparency Banks

A new type of bank charter is proposed for national banks that operate at a level of higher transparency as to their environmental, social and other impacts (Impacts). This charter would allow such banks to be designated as CDFIs: Community Development Financial Institutions, free of geographic constraints, so that "community" equates to semantic concern. In exchange, such high transparency banks would be required ...more »

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Obama's NEW FOUNDATION philosophy to be applied to domestic and international monetary matters

The Obama Administration has been promoting the phrase of New Foundation as a summary of its governance approach in both domestic and international policies. Having just listened to his Cairo speech to the Muslim and Arab world I sensed that he was engaged in developing the principles or foundation for clear, principled, transparent policies in that part of the world. I would like the Obama Administration to do the ...more »

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