Walt McRee and I just started a new radio program, “It’s Our Money,” on Progressive Radio Network at noon PST/3pm EST every second Wednesday (we’re working up to weekly!).
Today’s program features Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, our favorite activists. Listen to archive here.
Our first show, on March 12th, featured Professor Tim Canova, who is a wealth of knowledge on the Federal Reserve; and ended with an interview of public banking catalyst Mike Krauss. The archive is here.
Our second show, on March 26th, featured Professor Bob Hockett — also a wealth of knowledge — on the plan to take underwater mortgages by eminent domain and renegotiate them on behalf of homeowners. The archive is here.
Coming soon, journalist and author Nomi Prins, senior fellow at Demos, on her new book All the Presidents’ Bankers. Stay tuned!
Links and writeups to all this are below.
IT’S OUR MONEY WITH ELLEN BROWN
Wednesdays at 3 PM (ET)/ 12 PM (PT)
“It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown” provides a unique view behind the curtain of global finance and the monetary system by one of the top experts in the field. Ellen Brown is the author of the bestselling “Web of Debt” and most recently “The Public Bank Solution” and is the founder and president of the Public Banking Institute, which supports the creation of a national network of state, county and municipal banks. “It’s our Money” will delve into a number of financial topics, including how public money is usurped from public service by financial interests that redirect it toward private profit. Ellen will interview experts, activists and others working on change, and will report on recent developments in the fields of banking, the economy, and our money.
It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – The Legality of Using Eminent Domain to Stem Foreclosures – 03/26/14
Cities around the country have been ravaged by significant numbers of community foreclosures following the mortgage loan scandals of recent years. Big banks have been wheeling and dealing these finance contracts, often illegally, to execute fraudulent takings of property or profiteering from servicing fees. But they…Read More »
In the very first edition of this new program, Ellen provides a foundational
statement describing the nature of our debt-based money system, and what
this show hopes to achieve. With the recent 100th birthday of the Federal
Reserve and the appointment of its new Chairman, Janet Yellen, Ellen…Read More »
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