Suggested Readings

The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve
By G. Edward Griffin

The system, which amounts to a national bank under control of (surprise) the money interests who dominate the government of the United States, was rather sneakily enacted into law by Congress just before Christmas recess in 1913. Creature shows how this surreptitious meeting on Jekyll Island, a private resort off the coast of Georgia owned by J.P. Morgan and associates, led to the FRBS and its seemingly unlimited license to steal continuously from the productive class?

The Coming Collapse of the Dollar and How to Profit from It: Make a Fortune by Investing in Gold and Other Hard Assets
By James Turk , John Rubino

The dollar is in trouble. It has fallen against other currencies for the past three years, and now its orderly retreat could well become a rout. This spells potential disaster for the American economy-and potential riches for a few smart investors. In The Coming Collapse of the Dollar and How to Profit from It, financial gurus James Turk and John Rubino show how the dollar arrived at this precipice, why it will plunge, and how you can profit from the resulting financial crisis.

What Has Government Done to Our Money?
by Murray Rothbard

FEW ECONOMIC SUBJECTS ARE more tangled, more confused than money. Wrangles abound over "tight money" vs. "easy money," over the roles of the Federal Reserve System and the Treasury, over various versions of the gold standard, etc. Should the government pump money into the economy or siphon it out? Which branch of the government? Should it encourage credit or restrain it? Should it return to the gold standard? If so, at what rate? These and countless other questions multiply, seemingly without end.

Gold Wars:The Battle Against Sound Money as Seen from a Swiss Perspective
by Ferdinand Lips

Financial markets can only function satisfactorily under a gold standard. History has shown that monetary stability was best under the automatism of the classic gold standard. Fiat money can only lead to short-lived financial and economic booms. The end result is inflation and embezzlement of savings at the expense of workers, pensioners and the poor, who are unable to defend themselves against the ongoing fraud.

My Financial Guide to Success: What You Should Have Learned in School and at Home
By Tim Smith

This book was created to help people open their eyes and see what problems lay ahead for their future and what can be done about it. It will go over the housing crises and why you will not be able to afford a house now or in the years to come if you make a certain income and what you need to do to change this situation. It will also go over why the advice you have been given by your financial planner/advisor or financial news program(s) many no longer be viable in today's economy. This book will give you an insight into what new technologies mean for your career and what jobs may be eliminated or combined.