Andrew Gause

THE REAL WORLD OF MONEY

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”. You can order these books as well as speak to Andrew personally. As a One Radio Network listener, you’ll have highest priority in his phone time. His # is 800.468.2646
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Show Highlights:

-The bottom line is we’re building a One World Government: A central bank for the world, a single currency for the world

The Merchant Bankers-A very small book, but very good and recommended by Andy

-Nobody’s buying anything, what are the central banks to do?

-Andrew explains the difference between taxing oil and putting tariffs on oil

-Are ‘The Boys’ worried about a Trump presidency? Yes they are!

-Trump is getting 44% of the Hispanic vote against 2 other players named Rubio and Cruz. What’s that all about?

-Why Andrew wants to see a wall between Mexico and the US, even if it’s just a metaphoric one

-Why is Andrew so concerned with cloud technology? He talks about privacy and getting used to living in a fish bowl

-Are we going to see negative mortgages one day? “No way”, says Andrew and he explains why

-Questions from a listener:I’ve heard you discuss the obvious concerns about holding bullion. In your opinion, at what price do you think gold needs to rise to in order for the gov to start reconsidering telling people to turn in their gold?

In my area there are coin shows to go to for finding good deals. Sometimes I see the odd dealer with numismatic US gold coins, for someone on a budget, would you suggest as a sure bet US gold coin to get either semi or numismatic?

-Will we or our children ever see a ‘free market’ economy?

-Questions from a listener:I am in my late 20s and are looking at investing. I have about 10,000 invested in gold and silver physical coins and bullion. Surely one shouldn’t invest all they have into one asset. What advice can Andrew give me?

I have been thinking about buying some land to build a house, also thinking about setting up a Roth IRA with Vanguard to invest some money into index funds and another brokerage account to speculate on some stocks such as the water utilities you mentioned in the last show. I am avoiding treasuries because 19 trillion in debt just doesn’t sit right with me.

-Andrew’sthoughts on the First Lady Gold Commemorative Coins

-Does Andrew think Britain will leave the European Union?

-Comment and question from a listener:As the presidential primaries are progressing, and the Socialism vs. Capitalism debate continues to heat up, it’s had me thinking about one of my favorite gold coins- the Fugio Cent. The first official coin of the USA, designed by Ben Franklin, on which he included the message “Mind Your Business.” I understand he wanted this to be a national motto. It has a few more cool characteristics, but I’m wondering if Andy could expound on this coin. As a “first coin,” it’s pretty damn cool, and I bet ol’ Ben put a lot of thought into it that we could benefit from understanding today as to the Founding Fathers original intent. Putting that message on a coin in 1787 really meant something. Imagine if Ben Franklin was here today, proposing the issuance of a coin that encourages people to “Mind Your Business”? Andrew elaborates on this sweet coin

-Andrew talks about TheBolshevik Revolution

-The worst presidents in US history according to Andrew

and so much more!

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'Andrew Gause and The Real World of Money – The Bottom Line Is We’re Building a One World Government – February 24, 2016' have 5 comments

  1. February 24, 2016 @ 6:30 pm James

    Patrick, I missed today’s show and listened to the podcast and by that time 6 hrs. after the show had eneded Gold had fallen $ 32 and the Stock Market had a 330 point reversal off the lows to end up 53 points . This has been a common occurrence since the 2-11-16 miracle turn around in the stock market and the crush of the P.M.;s .

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  2. February 25, 2016 @ 2:54 pm Russell

    Andy and Patrick, you guys are too funny. You lament the fact that government has grown so large that it now controls every aspect of our personal lives; then, in virtually the same breath, turn around and advocate for that same government increasing tariffs, sealing borders and protecting domestic productivity. You can’t have it both ways, guys. Don’t you remember, “The government that’s big enough to give you everything you want is big enough to take everything you have”?

    I for one choose freedom. And true freedom means having the ability to choose whomever I want to trade with. Perhaps I want alternative cancer treatments (not allowed in the U.S.). Perhaps I want to make hemp products (not allowed to be grown in the U.S.). Perhaps I want to order some haggis (banned in the U.S.). Perhaps I want ancient green tea that can only come from remote mountains of China (impossible to grow in the U.S.). Perhaps there were droughts and freezes in California and Florida (as happens often) so I’m happy to buy fruits and vegetables from Mexico instead of going without like they did 75 years ago. Perhaps I’m poor and drive an old junker, so could benefit from a brand new car from Korea or China that only costs $8,000. While it may be more dangerous than an American car, it’s far safer than driving a motorcycle around. But alas, the likes of Bush, Obama, Trump, the auto unions, and Andy Gause won’t even let me have the choice. Praise God that they know what’s best for me!

    I suggest on next week’s show you take the writings of Bastiat and review them. Here’s a good quote to start with: “Legal plunder can be committed in an infinite number of ways; hence, there are an infinite number of plans for organizing it: tariffs, protection, bonuses, subsidies, incentives, the progressive income tax, free education, the right to employment, the right to profit, the right to wages…”

    Note that Bastiat doesn’t distinguish between income tax being “bad” and tariff taxes being “good” as Andy does. Both are evil… and are only necessary if you support a large government with a perpetual standing army.

    Cheers!

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  3. February 25, 2016 @ 4:24 pm Bill

    Itunes podcast has a bad url

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    • February 25, 2016 @ 5:13 pm One Radio

      It’s fixed!!

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      • February 29, 2016 @ 5:41 pm Kathie

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