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Tag: Private Banking


Central Bank Digital Currencies: A Revolution in Banking?

Using technology developed for Bitcoin, central banks around the world could usher in a model of banking and credit that renders private banking obsolete.

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Bernie Sanders: Elect Me President and We’ll Kick Big Bankers Out of the Federal Reserve

Banks are bigger today than before the crash that began in late 2007 and subsequent bailout. To rein them in, we should begin by forbidding “big bank executives to serve on the boards of the main agency in charge of regulating financial institutions,” Sanders writes in The New York Times.

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Reinventing Banking: From Russia to Iceland to Ecuador

These transformations, current and proposed, are constructive steps toward streamlining the banking system, eliminating the risks that have devastated individuals and governments, democratizing money, and promoting sustainable and prosperous economies.

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How Obama Could Beat the Debt Ceiling and Go Out a Hero

The debt ceiling is an unconstitutional gimmick that violates the 14th Amendment, and it could be eliminated for good by restoring to the government its constitutional authority to create money.

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How America Became an Oligarchy

At the core of the doctrine that all people have “certain inalienable rights” is the right to vote. But the collective will of American voters no longer prevails. And private banking is largely to blame.

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Ensuring Scottish Sovereignty: Exploring the Public Bank Option

Will a publicly owned bank help Scotland avoid unnecessary debt and take control of its economic destiny as North Dakotans did in the U.S.?

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