Segment 1: Groundhog Day in Washington SEGMENT BEGINS AT 00:37 Many Americans may not realize that the current debt ceiling debate is not about future expenditures but about already-promised current obligations. The wheel goes round and round and round and yet it...
SHOW NOTES – America’s $120 Trillion Debt Crisis
Plus, a market update for precious metals investors
This week, we have a different kind of program. As you may know, Jerry Robinson has recently been on a major book tour promoting his latest book, Bankruptcy of our Nation. On this week’s show, we share a few clips from some of Jerry’s recent radio interviews where he shares his ideas and insights on the economic crisis. In these interviews, Jerry boldly exposes the most powerful financial elites in the world and explains the hard truth about the Federal Reserve, the debt-based U.S. Dollar, the $120 trillion entitlement crisis, and the crumbling petrodollar system.
The first clip is from Jerry’s appearance on America Now with Andy Dean.
Later in the program, we have another audio clip of an interview with Jerry on another national radio show called Erskine Overnight.
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Tom Cloud – Precious Metals Advisor
Tom Cloud joins the program to provide an update on gold and silver in this week’s Precious Metals Market Update.
Listen to this week’s Precious Metals Market Update with Tom Cloud
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John Bearss – Financial Advisor
Many people are living longer today than ever before thanks to medical advances. The greatest fear that most retirees have is the fear that they will outlive their assets. So how much money is enough to last you through your retirement? This week, John provides some wise counsel on how much to save for your retirement.
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