Posts Tagged ‘bankruptcy’

Public Banking InstituteThe Public Banking Institute has announced that its third annual conference will be held in Detroit in 2014.

This follows on its conferences in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and San Rafael, California.

All three sites were chosen strategically, as Philadelphia was where the Constitutional Convention took place, it was the original seat of the U.S. government, and it was where the banksters established the First (central, mostly privately owned) Bank of the United States.

San Rafael, California was chosen because of the vast population it could attract, and Detroit was chosen because of its bankruptcy proceedings that could be avoided, in part, with a strong public banking system.

Stay tuned to their site and here for further updates.

For my interviews with Public Banking Institute president, Ellen Brown, see here and here.

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Michael Badnarik.

From The New American’s January 21, 2011 article, Will Congress Create “State” Bankruptcy Law, I challenge this claim:

Sovereign immunity — the immunity of a sovereign government from being sued against its will — is part of our system of government.

Where’s that in the Constitution?

If the purpose of government is to protect inalienable rights, then how can government be immune from being sued for violating rights?

Constitutional scholar, 2004 Libertarian Party presidential candidate and former radio host Michael Badnarik has called for rescinding sovereign immunity for government polluters, and I have heard him challenge the notion generally on his radio show in the past.

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