Response to Michael Rozeff, “The Many Fallacies of Ellen Brown”

Michael Rozeff has just posted a piece on LewRockwell.com called “The Many Fallacies of Ellen Brown,” responding to my article titled “Time for an Economic Bill of Rights” (below).  Here is a short reply. 

Mr. Rozeff seems to think that (1) saving the government money is a bad idea, and (2) keeping the status quo, in which private bankers get the inflated cost of money — a cost that is passed on to the consumer — is a good idea. . . .

Read full post here.

One Response

  1. Mr. Rozeff sounds like a fifth grader repeating nonsense fed to him by a dumb grade school teacher.

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