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    Constitutional Silver (Junk Silver) Quarter Hunt – Big Bag of Silver Coins!

    that’s a pretty dirty Silver Mat… we’ll have to wash it soon but not right now because we’ve got another constitutional or junk silver hunt to do today… Hey everybody its Rob with Rob finds treasure and I decided it was time to stock up on some quarters went ahead and picked up ninety dollars and seventy five face value or three hundred and sixty three silver quarters from my silver dealer… now obviously I’ve paid a certain multiplier times face value for these based on the silver spot price that being said I’m hoping because I got it at a silver dealer and not a local coin shop that…

  • Mike Maloney on the Hidden Secrets of Money, Libertarianism, and Austrian Economics
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    Mike Maloney on the Hidden Secrets of Money, Libertarianism, and Austrian Economics

    Today’s episode of Hidden Forces is made possible by listeners like you. For more information about this week’s episode or for easy access to related programming, visit our website at hiddenforces.io and subscribe to our free email list. If you listen to the show on your Apple podcast app, remember you can give us a review. Each review helps more people find the show, and join our amazing community. With that, please enjoy this week’s episode. What’s up everybody? My episode today is with a dear old friend, who many of you already know from his Hidden Secrets of Money documentaries, which have graced the internet with millions and millions…

  • September 25th: Bill of Rights | U.S. Money Reserve
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    September 25th: Bill of Rights | U.S. Money Reserve

    On this day in 1789, the new U.S. Congress passed the Bill of Rights to protect Americans’ individual liberties. James Madison penned the amendments, drawing from documents like the Virginia Declaration of Rights and the Magna Carta. For over 200 years, the Bill of Rights has strengthened our Constitution, helping make it the longest-surviving in the world. U.S. Money Reserve

  • Constitution Lecture Extra: Coining Money and Legal Tender
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    Constitution Lecture Extra: Coining Money and Legal Tender

    I think it’s worthwhile occasionally to look around at claims that are being made and to try and apply what we’ve learned so far in this series to try to reach conclusions. This is a response to a video made by Dr. Tom Woods called, “Is Ron Paul Wrong on Money and the Constitution?” He made this video as a response to critics who claim that Ron Paul is wrong when he says that the Constitution requires gold and silver money, not fiat money. I invite you to watch this video, and you may wish to do so before playing the rest of this lecture. Dr. Woods does a good…

  • 1993 Bill of Rights 2piece Proof Commemorative Coin Set
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    1993 Bill of Rights 2piece Proof Commemorative Coin Set

    BOARD. LET’S TALK ABOUT THE BILL OF RIGHTS TWO-PIECE.50 OF THESE, 1993 BILL OF RIGHTS.YOU ARE GETTING BOTH OF ARE THEM, BRAND-NEW.FIRST TIME USING IT. EVERY TWO-PIECE THAT WE HAD PASSED 22ND HAVE BLOWN OUT THE DOOR.>>GUEST:THIS IS THE BILL OF RIGHTS. YOU’RE GOING TO SEE WOULD JAMES MADISON. JAMES MADISON DOLLAR.YOU ARE GOING TO HAVE, LOOK AT THAT BEAUTIFUL REVERSE.52 OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS HERE. LOOK AT THE PRICE AT $89.95. THIS IS FROM 1993. THESE WERE ALL 199 FROM THE 1990S.YOU ARE GOING TO HAVE THE SILVER DOLLAR AND THIS IS THE SILVER DOLLAR AND THE SILVER HALF DOLLAR.INTERESTING PART ABOUT THIS ONE IS THAT MOST OF…

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    Silver lining in Epstein saga New focus on victims rights .

    Silver lining in Epstein saga New focus on victims rights . Desktop notifications are on | Get breaking news alerts from The Washington Post Turn on desktop notifications? If there was a silver lining to the saga, attorneys for the women said, it was the emphasis on the victims that permeated the most recent proceedings — a night and day difference from their treatment the first time Epstein found himself under federal investigation. That enthusiasm was dampened Monday when a federal judge in Florida denied Epsteins accusers compensation from the U.S. Justice Department, even after ruling that prosecutors violated their rights by failing to consult them about the 2008 plea…

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    There’s not Enough Gold? Nonsense!

    Some people believe that we can’t use sound money because they’re supposedly “not enough gold.” But they couldn’t be more wrong. Claims that gold can’t be used as money because there’s not enough of it reveal a fundamental misunderstanding. There’s always enough metal to support the money supply. It’s just a question of price. While it would be impossible to support the economy at the current price per ounce, the market would simply re-price the metal higher to make the system workable. Some people estimate a gold price between $9,000 and $10,000 per ounce would do the trick for a worldwide gold standard. This might sound like a lot, but…

  • October 2nd: Bill of Rights Ratification
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    October 2nd: Bill of Rights Ratification

    On Oct. 2, 1789, twelve articles went to the states for ratification. A contentious debate raged between the Federalists, who opposed the articles, and the Anti-Federalists who supported them. Ten of the articles were ratified by the necessary three-fourths of states by December of that year. These ten became what we now call the Bill of Rights. U.S. Money Reserve