Government Spending Is The Problem! Abolish The IRS & The Fed!

The U.S. has the largest government spending problem of any government in history - over $31 trillion in debt (just for starters). Playing around with tax policy may work politically, but it will not

The "American System"
An economic system of peace and prosperity for individuals who would like to live as sovereigns.
American System Now

Gold, Peace, and Prosperity by Ron Paul

This book is a quick read that covers the whole history of monetary destruction, providing information that most people have never heard or thought about. In that sense, it is the perfect conversation starter, and it could inspire more reading and activism for sound money.

Human Nature
“A Caveat Against Injustice”
James Battle and the judge who cheated Roger Sherman and his brother would fit this profile. 1/3 of the people in the world fit this profile.

The Anarchical and Revolutionary Character of a Democratic Party by Jonathan Norcross - 1891

Roger Sherman - “A Caveat Against Injustice” Honest trade vs. Dishonest trade … evils of “elastic currency” or “An Inquiry into the Evils of a Fluctuating Medium of Exchange” 1752.

The fundamental issues are currency wars and law. In 1750s, Roger Sherman and his brother were cheated by giving credit for 15 months to James Battle for “divers wares & merchandizes” amounting to 129 pounds. When Battle paid the bill, he paid in Rhode Island pounds which had been depreciated to near worthlessness. The Sherman brothers thought they were going to get paid in “Old Tenor” pounds which was a stable currency. So the Sherman brothers sued to get paid in real money with value and lost.

Roger Sherman became determined to get honest trade written into law. Sound money. Twenty years later he helped write the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Association, Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution of the United States of America 1787.

Roger Sherman was instrumental in getting gold & silver money written into the Constitution. Sound money because it funds honest trade.

Modern money is monopoly money...