You are here
New York Sun: Watch for 'In Money We Trust' on public broadcasting
From The New York Sun
Saturday, December 22, 2018
Coming soon to a public television station near you is a documentary favoring the gold standard. If that seems improbable it may be from underestimating the determination of Steve Forbes. He is the author of the book "Money," on which the film is based. The book is about how, in the words of its subtitle, the destruction of the dollar threatens the global economy and what we can do about it.
The book was first brought out in 2014. At the time the Sun dubbed Mr. Forbes the "anti-Piketty" -- that is, the best answerer of the economist Thomas Piketty, then in vogue for his complaints about inequality. Mr. Forbes' brilliant book nailed the point that the inequality so many were complaining about had burgeoned after our government abandoned a stable, gold-based dollar.
... Dispatch continues below ...
Storage and Withdrawal of Gold with Bullion Star in Singapore
Bullion Star is a Singapore-registered company with a one-stop bullion shop, showroom, and vault at 45 New Bridge Road in Singapore.
Bullion Star's solution for storing bullion in Singapore is called My Vault Storage. With My Vault Storage you can store bullion in Bullion Star's bullion vault, which is integrated with Bullion Star's shop and showroom, making it a convenient one-stop shop for precious metals in Singapore.
Customers can buy, store, sell, or request physical withdrawal of their bullion through My Vault Storage® online around the clock. Storage rates are competitive.
For more information, please visit Bullion Star here:
At the time it looked to us as if the idea of monetary reform might prosper in Congress. And it did, at least in the House (more on which in moment). It failed in the Senate. Not for lack of trying by Mr. Forbes. The significance of the new documentary is that it may restore some lift to this issue, as the film starts to make its way around the public broadcasting stations. ...
... For the remainder of the commentary:
Help keep GATA going:
GATA is a civil rights and educational organization based in the United States and tax-exempt under the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Its e-mail dispatches are free, and you can subscribe at:
To contribute to GATA, please visit: