Enjoy this new and interesting interview with economist, investor and best selling author, Jerry Robinson by our friends over at MindPump radio. Topics include: The gold standard, the end of the petrodollar system, breaking free from the consumption trap, how economists lie with numbers, why you must have a financial plan in these dangerous times, and much more!
Listen as megachurch pastor explains why he prefers Trump to Christ as a leader in the 21st century.
Why aren’t more Christians happy, especially when we have everything that money can buy? Listen for the answers in this special interview with Randy Alcorn.
The confusion and propaganda that swirls around Syria has all the feel of a build-up to another major world war.
Watch as Christian economist and best-selling author, Jerry Robinson of Follow The Money examines the emerging global economic system in the light of End Time prophecy this Friday evening on GOD TV.
In a world filled with anger, violence, and vengefulness, hatred just couldn’t win.
What is a cable-less, DISH-less family to do on election night? We have put together a list of live streaming election results coverage.
Jerry Robinson explains that the lines are being drawn between Russia and Western powers.
Jerry Robinson weighs in on President Obama’s recent announcement and provides subscribers an actionable investing idea.
In this brief “subscribers-only” video, Jerry Robinson shares his latest thoughts on the U.S. dollar, the S&P 500, gold, and gold mining stocks.
In this brief “subscribers-only” video, Jerry Robinson shares his latest thoughts on the S&P 500, gold, the silver price fixing scheme, and current margin debt levels in the U.S. financial markets.
In this brief 15 minute “subscribers-only” video, Jerry Robinson shares his latest thoughts on the S&P 500, gold, silver, plus a brand new trading idea.
Jerry Robinson discusses all the hot economic topics with Elijah Johnson on the Finance and Liberty channel. Our regular podcast will return next Saturday!
While hopes of renewed diplomacy between the U.S. and Iran are emerging, the religious ideologies on both sides will remain insurmountable obstacles to a lasting peace.
Here are two alternative solutions to finance the upcoming Syrian intervention that, in theory, will not increase America’s gargantuan deficits.
As the Western military forces congregate in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea in anticipation of a “limited strike” on Syria, it is time to ask ourselves a simple question: Why?
Admittedly, our options for fighting this massive surveillance state are few. But here are a couple of potential solutions to start the conversation.
As if the Middle East is not already awash in U.S., Chinese, and Russian armaments, the military-industrial complex has sought Congressional permission to send another $2 billion in arms to war-torn Iraq.
Good news: A new amendment to defund the NSA is gaining steam…
Confused about the recent debt ceiling debate? Let Jerry’s satirical piece be your guide.
Even the most conspiratorial minds among us are perhaps just beginning to scratch the surface…
The struggle between East and West will inevitably explode in the resource-rich Middle East.
The latest allegations of transatlantic espionage conducted by the U.S. against its European “allies” have placed President Barack Obama and the U.S. State Department in the global hot seat.
At least we are safe from those evil “terrorists.” Right?
Geopolitical tensions have created a growing number of current global conflicts that threaten the existing global financial order.
“The USPS is bleeding — losing $3.2 billion in the second quarter of fiscal year 2012 — and its problems require immediate Congressional action.”
With prices currently below $2 and demand growing, U.S. natural gas prices will eventually stabilize at a much higher equilibrium price.
Here’s a round up of the some of the latest shocking numbers detailing the continuing bankruptcy of our nation.
For those who are new to swing trading, right now is an interesting time amid the global volatility. I typically hold a stock for at least three days.
How does the government work? Forget the top 1%… We are talking about “the top 1% of the top 1%” that really pull the strings in this country. Learn more here.
When the government sticks their hands down your pants and tells you its “good for you,” you know that we are nearing the end of the American experiment.
There has never been a better descriptive phrase than television “programming.”
Now, as a student of Austrian economics and as a firm believer in the free markets, I am not opposed at all to leveraging one’s talents and abilities to increase wealth. However, doesn’t it seem that our modern day “public servants” may be getting the better end of the deal? After all, they are sent to Washington with a mandate to promote the will of the people. However, America’s politicians often end up serving the wishes of their corporate masters as well as other special interest groups.
Ron Paul’s Presidential Campaign has just released a brand new web ad exposing the serial hypocrisy of corrupt former Speaker, Newt Gingrich entitled: Selling Access.
Jerry gives some brief comments on the Supreme Court’s recent decision to hear a challenge to Obamacare. He also discusses what to expect on this weekend’s FTMWeekly radio show which includes special guests, Peter Schiff, and David Morgan. And what are those strange lines in the Chinese desert?
Economist and author Peter Schiff recently braved a stroll through the loony mob (affectionately referred to as the “Occupy Wall Street” movement by the mainstream media) currently inhabiting Lower Manhattan. He was armed with a video camera and a microphone. There is no need for further comment. Just watch the video for yourself.
There is no need for further comment. Just watch the video for yourself.
After beginning the fourth quarter near bear market territory, the major U.S. stock indexes staged a rally this week on news that Europe would step in to help its ailing banking sector along with some better than expected economic data in the U.S.
Despite trillions of dollars in stimulus and Washington’s hype over a “recovery”, the economy is still barely growing in most parts of the country.
This weekend, I ran across this unique presentation that attempts to visualize the U.S. National Debt through stacks of $100 bills.
Friends, you often hear me talk about the fact that America has a debt-based monetary system. But what exactly does that mean? Watch this video to see how money is debt.