(00:00) The Federal Reserve controls the money supply and supports the banks who own it. Isn’t it time for the Fed to answer to the people and not the banks? Why can’t there be public banking? It works fantastic for the people of North Dakota. Why not the rest of us?
Guest: Ellen Brown
(26:44) The recent Congressional budget agreement restored increases in military budgets and avoided a number of major issues. However, the House and the Senate had the time to cut pensions for veterans and active duty personnel $6 billion. It will cost our veterans about $80,000 to $120,000 each despite promises made by the government made when they enlisted. How can Congress break a promise to men and women who serve our country? How can they do it while increasing money for weapons programs and not cutting military bases overseas?
Guest: Nick McCormick
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