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On episode 100 of the Kennedy Financial Podcast,  Phil and John interview Dr. Ron Paul to discuss the Fed, sound money, taxation (theft), marriage, financial principles and the cause for liberty.

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In episode 98, Phil interviews Eric Dubin (link) from The News Doctors to discuss the Fed, Yellen, Trump, interest rates and way more.

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Liberty Blitzkrieg’s Michael Krieger spotlights elements of Wikileaks’ Vault7 release:

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Facebook has constructed a modern day People’s Receiver for corporate-financier special interests – with alternatives omitted from the tuning dials, and lacking the technical ability to receive alternative information from outside Facebook’s carefully controlled information space. It is the modern day destruction of independent thought – an information cage many – like the German people during the 1930-40’s may not even realize they’re locked in.

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The latest document dumb (click here for press release) from WikiLeaks is out and Paul Joseph Watson bird-dogs a key element relating to the 2016 election and the effort to link Trump with Russia.

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In the past three days, we have received multiple notices from YouTube demonitizing every video we ever made that dares to mention the words ISIS, ISIL, or Syria, or ones that criticize western government foreign policies in the Middle East with regard to regime change and the nebulous, manufactured war on terror.

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Trump wants a weak dollar but the Fed will raise interest rates.  Peter Boockvar discusses how this and other forces will collide in 2017.  The latest Wall St. For Main St. podcast is now live:

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What is really going on with economy, markets and the Trump administration?  Debt ceiling fireworks on the horizon?  Tune into this week’s “Operation Freedom” for experts discuss recent developments with Dr. Dave Janda:

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Gold researcher Koos Jansen reports tonight that the U.S. Mint has provided him with some documents in response to his freedom-of-information request for documents related to audits of the U.S. gold reserve but the documents provided are incomplete, redacted, and hundreds of pages short of the number of pages he was told were involved for which he was charged, and so the Mint has refunded his payment.