Posted April 27, 2012
There should be no monetary policy. The existence of policy is already the problem. What we need is proper capitalism in money and finance. We do not have that now. What we have is limitless state fiat money, quantitative easing, systematic market manipulation, bailouts, regulations, the IMF, the World Bank, the FSA, FDIC, TARP and LTRO. We need proper markets, not more policy, not more manipulation, and not more bureaucracy. And not more fiat money. We need the state to exit the field of money and banking. Completely.
By Jeff Berwick
Posted April 26, 2012
Worry about how to make a living in a foreign country is a chief concern among those considering expatriation. The worry stems from misconceptions in the Western World about the rest of the world. The fact is the perceived safety and opportunities of the West are grossly overstated, especially when compared to the non-Western World.