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
-Presidential Executive Orders for oil and gas pipelines and environmentalist push back coming
-President Trump has inherited a forty year stretch of America in decline using all metrics
-Unfunded liabilities for U.S. could easily be 100 Trillion plus
-Why is U.S. backing Iraq’s Bonds in Dinar
-Richard M. Nixon’s “Checkers” speech was classic political ploy that worked
-Comparing President Trump with Andrew Jackson’s vision and push back Jackson recieved
-The system of money under Andrew Jackson; he hated bank notes and coins became more popular. Andrew recounts a fascinating story of monetary history.
-How one can get the original “Note and Mortgage” documents from the lender upon payoff?
-Andrew explains the difference between a Democracy and a Republic
-The difference between a numismatic and semi-numismatic coins
-Question from a listener: I watched D’Souza’s ‘Hillary’s America’ and did not like the way Andrew Jackson was portrayed. Can Andy recommend some readings for ‘Andrew Jackson’ as I only want the truth. ‘Truth’ a scarce thing in our school days’ history.
-Question from a listener: What is the general rate of return for semi numismatic coins for 10 years?
-Question and comment from a listener:In watching the CNN/Trump exchange where he is quoted as saying “you are fake news” it all felt a bit stagey… I see him as the guy that will get away with choking the freedom of the press, and perhaps freedom of speech. In his campaign against terrorism, I also see him as the guy that may end the freedom of religion. Regarding infrastructure: Perhaps Trump will only further plunder the nation for the billionaires of the world, privatizing the infrastructure etc, which should be in good shape given the taxes already levied for such purposes. I am beginning to see him as a wolf in a sheep with trump’s hairdoo clothing…
-Andrew loves the fact that Trump bypasses the press and goes straight to the American public
-The idea of an independent press is a farce; they’re all biased
-The banning of cash; will we see a day when there’s only digital currency?
-Retna scans and voice prints are in the future of the cashless society
-Do we have a responsibility to Mexico? Andrew doesn’t think we should modify our trade policies just because their people are suffering
-Question from a listener:Can you comment on the Triffin Dilemma ? An op-ed in today’s WSJ by John Mueller describes moving to the gold standard vs improving trade negotiations, via the Trump administration, will solve longer term monetary problems we’ve seen since the 1930’s.
-Question from a listener:I know you’ve touched on it before but I’m really curious about WHY the general culture, so many politicians included, refer to our Republic as a Democracy? How did this begin and what was the propaganda strategy when it started?
-Trader Scott shares his thoughts on the $:I keep telling you guys – the US$ bull market is still intact – Trump can’t stop it, YET. But the $ will have a MAJOR TOP in his first term. While I would not buy gold TODAY, the second half of 2017 will finally see a sustainable push higher in gold. But it is the mining stocks as a group which are super bullish long term. And I’m extremely bullish on numismatics – higher gold price and persistent inflation is a great environment for EVERY collectible market.
andrew gause and the real world of money, january 25, 2017, hour one
January 25, 2017 @ 4:12 pm Lucy
“C” on the environmental concerns of the pipeline is the one I have – they are going to bury it under farm/ranch land, and yes, while they will obtain the “right” to a certain margin of land around the actual pipe, if (or when) there is a leak, and underground pipelines do leak, land far exceeding the margin purchased by the oil companies will be devastated. Sure, you can pay the owners for the loss of their land, but property rights aren’t always about money. Land that my forefathers farmed, that I love, that is now ruined for my generation and more, cannot be compensated for by even a beach house in the Bahamas.
January 27, 2017 @ 12:33 am Cee
Lucy, Although I’m not an environmentalist, I understand your concerns. One of mine would be also the water table being decimated, (given that fracking is now escalating the incidence of earthquakes globally) thereby eliminating the hope of raising livestock on the land as well as the impact on people and wildlife for potentially hundreds of miles. Turn on the faucet and mmmmm, a nice cold glass of water and petroleum product, great for the liver; not. Of course if fracking chemicals are there as well, best to go with distilled water anyway. Another concern of mine would be, would America benefit from the dollars of these pipelines? Or, who would that be in a “follow the money” scenario?