Monthly Archives: September 2015

Interest Versus Income American Family

America’s financial statement for the average American family. Help us pass the Minnesota Transportation Act and stop this ever increasing costs of living (interest) that is placed on you.  We can change this if we want to.

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Why there is trouble with American Businesses

TROUBLE AT THE LEMONADE STAND   . Sometimes it helps to illustrate a concept by breaking it down to its essential parts. A sort of elemental examination of the thing. So it is with understanding how money works – a simple illustration can make it easier to grasp a new concept. All you have to […]

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Money Creation is This Simple.

Money Creation is This Simple A. If money exists, it was created. All money is created by banks, when they make loans. They create brand-new money; they do not loan out deposits. If they did, you could not get your deposit until the loan was paid back! B. Banks only create the principal when they make the […]

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Radio guest this week: Prof Steve Keen

Radio Show with Prof Steve Keen Steve Keen is an Australian-born, British-based economist and author. He considers himself a post-Keynesian, criticizing neoclassical economics as inconsistent, unscientific and empirically unsupported.  

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Lessons from hurricane Katrina

Sow the Wind, Reap the Whirlwind. “Naa… We’ve seen this before. Nothing to worry about.” “I know it looks bad, but what can we do?” “Yeah, but, these types of things are natural.” “I just don’t think about it…” “I’m not a weather expert, so…” “I don’t know what to do!” There is a financial […]

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If Milk were money.

If Milk Were Money…   Where Does Milk Come From? If you think that money comes from your job, do you think that milk comes from your refrigerator? . Seriously. Think about where money comes from, not just where you get it. And it’s not “The Fed just prints it up”, (see below). . Money […]

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What the Bible says about Money.

…the borrower is servant to the lender.    

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Saturday’s Guest: Dr. Richard Wolff

Listen here:  Radio Show with Prof Richard Wolff Our guest for Saturday’s Wealth Money Radio Show is Richard D. Wolff. Richard Wolff is Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he taught economics from 1973 to 2008. He is currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New […]

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Help Reform Money

You Can Help How? Send Us An Email. admin@wealthmoney.org We’ll tell you how to help.

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Time and Interest Makes Debt Grow

Tic… Tic… Tic… Time and interest makes the debt grow.   Time or interest does not make the money supply grow. Its true that all money is debt but not all debt is money.

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