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New York Times

Making fake money remains a thriving enterprise in the United States, as it has been since before the Civil War. In more than two-thirds of all cases, criminals manipulate scanners, printers and toner ink to create money where once there was none.

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Mike Salvi's World

On December 15, 2012, activist group Truth, Freedom, Prosperity hosted the East Coast Bitcoin Summit at Underground Arts in Philadelphia. The entire event was from 1pm-5pm. We were fortunate enough to have great speakers join us to help create a bett

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bloomberg., By Liz Capo McCormick & Daniel Kruger

Even as U.S. government debt swells to more than $16 trillion, Treasuries and other dollar fixed- income securities will be in short supply next year as the Federal Reserve soaks up almost all the net new bonds.

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Free Press Publications

Every year or two a proposal comes forth that would abolish the $1 bill and “replace it” with a dollar coin. Such a switch would save estimated $4.4 billion over 30 years or roughly $147 million per year (a drop in the bucket when compared to the fed

News Link • Global Reported By Darryl W. Perry
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This newly discovered, expanded version of Aesop’s most famous fable bears an eerie resemblance to the modern day and sheds new light on its tragic moral. One day a countryman checking his goose’s nest found there an egg all green and flattened. W

News Link • Global Reported By Chris Menke
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Whereby government intervention – not the rigours of the free market – is the cause of the financial mayhem on Wall Street that becomes economic crises on Main Street. The Global Financial Crisis shows that it is not ‘capitalism’ (Karl Marx’s insult

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There’s already talk on Wall Street about the possibility of the Federal Reserve providing further monetary accommodation in response to the damage wrought by Sandy.