- How Ludwig von Mises was brought to the United States and was funded with grants from the Rockefeller Fund
- How Austrian Economics isn’t a grassroots alternative to the current debt slavery system
- How the Volker Fund was established in the 1930s and was used to put Mises’ works into circulation when they would’ve otherwise been obscure
- How Gary North was on the payroll of the Volker fund and how he admits that a free market gold standard has never existed
- The Daily Bell site as an advocate of Austrian economics while its founder, Anthony Wile, admitted to consulting for large international banks
- Raised questions about G. Edward Griffin and his book, The Creature from Jekyll Island, regarding its misinformation and how he is a lifetime member of the John Birch Society, which the late Eustace Mullins said was founded by banker money
- The “dispute” between Lew Rockwell, the late Murray Rothbard and the Koch Brothers
- Lew Rockwell was influenced by Murray Rothbard to eventually hate the state, yet he was Ron Paul’s chief of staff in the 1980s.
- Why it was named the Mises Institute, and not the Hayek Institute
- David Rockefeller, former Chairman of Chase Manhattan and a supposed enemy of Austrian economics, was a student of the famed Austrian economist, F.A. Hayek, and reminisced about those times in his Memoirs
- Solutions, including local and regional interest-free currencies like Anthony’s Gelre in the Netherlands
I also covered the articles, Greeks turn to new digital currencies, not gold, during a crisis, and The Daily Bell shoots the messenger as it sinks into inefficient obscurity.