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Josh TolleyI was a guest on the Josh Tolley Show on January 28, 2014, and I talked about economic freedom and the an entrepreneurial economy vs. an employment economy (from 14 mins. to 37), especially vis-a-vis Canada and the U.S., and how Canada has increased its freedom relative to the U.S. for five straight years according to the Heritage Foundation.

I said how I had watched other State of the Union addresses but wouldn’t be watching this one.

Then, I talked about usury-free community currencies like those by Wayne Walton of Colorado and Tom J. Kennedy of Ottawa, Canada.

I was pleasantly surprised to hear a caller call in during the start of the second hour and said that he had heard me on another network (Oracle Broadcasting) and he really appreciated the point I had made about the educational system.

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Gerald CelenteTo my surprise, just three days after my article, Why is Gerald Celente Avoiding Dr. Stan Monteith’s Show?, Gerald Celente made a brief appearance (22 minutes) on the show, on January 6, 2014.

In my article, I had pointed out that Dr. Stan had tried getting him on at least half a dozen times since 2009, all to no avail.

I asked whether it was because Celente is purportedly anti-Zionist, or because he realized that Dr. Stan’s audience is more cerebral and discerning, or whether it was something else, because, clearly, he wasn’t interested in coming on, and had cancelled at the last minute in December.

Now, it seems, we have our answer. It appears, on the surface, at least, to be primarily, if not exclusively, related to him thinking he’s got better things to do now that he’s so popular in the alternative media.

This despite Dr. Stan’s show having nearly 70 terrestrial radio affiliates over the course of each week. Celente tipped his hat during the interview that he had recently appeared on Russian TV.

True to his carnival barking self, he was in full form 19 minutes into the interview, if you’re up for a little bit of pure entertainment, lacking any meaningful results.

For more on Gerald Celente, see my article, To blow off ritualistic steam, watch Gerald Celente. For real solutions, watch Wayne Walton and Tom J. Kennedy.

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Lew RockwellFrom his December 31, 2013 article, “‘Rockwell, You’re No Grover Cleveland’“, Lew Rockwell says:

LRC could use your help, too, of course. We want to be more effective in 2014 for freedom. If you can help, you’ll not only do good, you’ll bother the bad guys. Let’s give them a hotfoot!

Your gift of $100, $50, or $25 would be great. $500, $1,000, or any amount would be magnificent.

The relentless and well-funded attack of our enemies took its toll this year, but we never fell, never stumbled, and are ready to counterattack in 2014.

We are determined, with your help, to work harder to be worthy of our ideas. We have the truth on our side, after all, and Murray Rothbard asked us to carry on his work. How can we falter?

With you, we can’t.

For more on why I won’t be donating to LRC or the Mises Institute, see my articles:

10 questions for Lew Rockwell and Austrian economics is big business: The Mises Institute’s $22 million war chest.

For true monetary reform and economic justice, consider donating to George Whitehurst-Berry, Wayne Walton, Tom J. Kennedy and Anthony Migchels.

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Tom J. KennedyMonetary reformer Tom J. Kennedy was my guest on the September 29, 2013 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism.

Hour 1: Interview with Tom J. (UsuryFree) Kennedy about the 9th annual Usury Free week, from November 13 to 19, about the Richard Warman v. Fournier et al trial, Richard Warman’s civil case against him and David Icke, and about his monetary reform efforts.

Hour 2: The non-existent free market gold standard, Lew Rockwell’s selective publishing, tariffs, taxes, and my recent media appearances.

For my previous interview with Tom J. Kennedy, see here.

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Exposing Faux CapitalismI’m scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the 9th annual UsuryFree week event in Toronto, November 16, 2013.

Event details can be found at Tom J. Kennedy’s site here.

Jason Erb from Waterloo, Ontario will be our key-note guest speaker. Jason’s blog is Exposing Faux Capitalism: which he started during the global financial collapse of 2008. Jason has been actively involved in the alternative research community since 2006. Since 2009, has guest hosted other radio programs and has been hosting his own weekly radio show since 2012. I have had the privilege of being invited to be a guest on Jason Erb’s radio talk show two times:

Jason Erb will discuss the highlights listed below in his presentation at Conspiracy Culture on Saturday, November 16, 2013:

Highlights:
– What is money?
– Most money is created as debt
– Not fraudulent contract individually, but in the aggregate
– Gold has no intrinsic value
– Mis-definition of fiat money
– What is legal tender
– The U.S. Constitution doesn’t say money should be gold or silver coin
– Constitutional money powers
– Restriction upon the states from coining money or printing notes
– Colonial currencies – Pennsylvania Pound
– Articles of Confederation
– Continental Dollar
– Lincoln Greenbacks
– Bank of Venice
– Tally sticks
– 1933 gold confiscation, 1934 silver confiscation
– Privately vs publicly owned central banks
– Is fractional reserve banking fraudulent?
– Bank for International Settlements
– Fake quotations
– Mountain Hours, other local and regional currencies, – –
– Bitcoin
– State banking
– Critique of the Austrian School
– Prominent monetary reformers

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Winged Lion AwardsFrom monetary reformer Tom J. Kennedy’s site:

The Winged Lion Awards are in honour of the ‘Winged Lion’ – which is the historical symbol of usuryfree money. The Winged Lion Awards are presented to the winners from the nominated usuryfree creatives on behalf of the UsuryFree Network during the Annual UsuryFree Week scheduled from November 13th, until November 19th, each year.

Nominations are commonly accepted from local, national and international usuryfree creatives.

The winners of the Winged Lion Awards are honoured at a special event each year during the celebration of UsuryFree Week.

Nominations are currently open for the following 15 categories – ideas for additional categories are welcomed:

Here are the top three categories. See the announcement for the other 12 categories.

1. A community that has launched new paper notes of usuryfree community currency during the current year. This community must have done something unique for their launch of paper notes of usuryfree community currency. Samples of the paper notes and details of this unique activity must be submitted with the nomination.

2. An individual usuryfree creative who has authored a unique article about the design flaw of usury during the current year. A copy of the article must be submitted with the nomination.

3. An individual usuryfree creative who has authored a unique article about the usuryfree community currency movement during the current year. A copy of the article must be submitted with the nomination.

For more on the Winged Lion Awards, see my article, My nominee for the 2013 Winged Lion Awards for usury-free money: George Whitehurst-Berry.

For more on Tom J. Kennedy, see my interviews with him here and here.

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Tom J. KennedyTom J. (UsuryFree) Kennedy will be my guest on Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb on September 29, 2013 at 8 PM Eastern.

We will talk about the 9th annual Usury Free week, from November 13 to 19, about the Richard Warman v. Fournier et al trial, Richard Warman’s civil case against him and David Icke, and about his monetary reform efforts.

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