Independence Day Special
-Patrick tells us how he was first introduced to Andrew and his work
-Some of the good things about the U.S.; everyone in the world still want to be here, so it can’t be all bad
-Our founders intended for free people with issuance of their own money
-The Declaration of Independence is more than just a dusty document
-Andrew explains ‘common law’
-There is no money as it relates to the Constitution, there is no jury trial as it relates to the Constitution; how have we gotten here?
-How with the ‘war on drugs’ we’ve given away all of our rights
-We listen to the Declaration of Independence read by celebrities
-How was The Revolutionary War financed?
-A word about freedom of speech
-The First Bank of North America in 1792 was a private bank – Why on Earth would the Colonists borrow printed money rather than print it themselves?
-Andrew makes a case against buying bonds
-Deep explanation from Andy on what the “Bond Bubble” is all about
-China cooking the books on gold backed loans
-Don’t Cry for me Argentina – Defaulting on bonds – again
-Listener asks about Donald Trumph’s assertion that “Country is in financial ruin…”
-China buying 1 Chase Plaza from JP Morgan at bargain basement prices. Why such a deal?
-Hear Andy’s stock holdings portfolio
Andrew Gause may just be the top man anywhere for the highest quality analysis into the world of money we all live in. Andrew is a currency historian, an internationally recognized expert on the United States monetary system. He’s written two books, The Secret World of Money and Uncle Sam Cooks the Books.