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Krugman, Crazies and Platinum Coins

August 27th, 2013
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Paul Krugman had another shot at creating some mayhem in the economic and political blogosphere Monday.  In a short column entitled "The Taper Versus the Crazy" the Princeton professor, Nobel Prize winner and widely read blogger discussed the upcoming de… more »

Framing Platinum Coin Seigniorage: Part Six, More Political/Economic Objections

February 13th, 2013
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This series provides a framing document for Platinum Coin Seigniorage (PCS). In the five previous parts of the series, I pointed out that there are three classes of opponents of High Value Platinum Coin Seigniorage (HVPCS, $30 T and above). The first… more »

The Terrifying Danger of the Trillion Dollar Coin

January 9th, 2013
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Written by John Lounsbury To be fair, I have to say almost no one is talking about the basic tenet of the seigniorage proposal.  Warren Mosler mentioned it this week, but it probably went right over the head of all but the most serious students of the… more »

The Insanity of the Debt Ceiling Platinum Coin Debate

January 8th, 2013
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People are calling the Trillion Dollar coin, crazy, a farce, and even dangerous, but there is a common, mainstream proposal which is far more dangerous to our economy than the Trillion Dollar Coin. Over the next page or so, you’ll find out exactly ho… more »

Should the Economy “Serve” Money or Vice Versa?

January 3rd, 2013
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A Treatise on Unsound Money: Part 5Written by Derryl Hermanutz The current structure of our money systems isn't written into the immutable laws of nature.  It is a flawed, some say perverse system, thought up by men.  If they were trying to design a… more »








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