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In this podcast, Jerry Robinson on “Follow the Money Weekly” reveals a strategy for ending tyranny and restoring liberty in America.
The ideas come from his recent article where he cited the situation: an unconstitutional and unsustainable monetary system, citizens enslaved by consumer debt, and a once-free people who don’t even recognize what’s happening.
“For those of us who love liberty, the whole situation can seem utterly hopeless. But giving up is not an option. There is hope. America’s origins are uniquely tinged with the sweet fragrance of liberty and freedom. Winning the hearts and minds of the American people, who once understood the value of personal, financial, and spiritual liberty, is a worthy goal,” he said.
Among other issues he discusses the Federal Reserve Act, “a leach upon the American economy); the Transportation Security Administration, which “should be shut down permanently;” the Patriot Act, which should be eliminated; the IRS; marriage; and the Department of Education.
“The Constitution does not give the federal government the right or authority to operate as a morality police force,” he said. “If marriage must be defined by government authorities, let it occur at the state level.”
He also added, “The public education system is an absolute disaster. Compulsory education, which mandates homogenized curriculum, is unnatural and ineffective. The process of educating our children should be determined at the state level.”
Also, Tom Cloud provides an update on precious metals and Jan Markell, founder of Olive Tree Ministries, which discusses the Middle East and Iran.
And Jay Peroni talks about the benefits of adding alternative investments to your portfolio.
John Bearss also has some comments on the latest considerations for retirement planning.
Podcast is 1:18:04.
Jerry Robinson is an economist, published author, columnist, radio talk show host, and international conference speaker. Robinson has been quoted as an economic authority by USA Today, FoxNews and many other news agencies. His columns have appeared regularly in numerous print and web publications, including WND. In addition, Robinson is also the editor-in-chief of the popular economic newsletter, "Follow the Money Quarterly."