Money and monetary systems are not morally neutral!
How you spend your money and how governments spend your money is a reflection of your priorities. Will the stock market crash again? Should we invest in gold and silver?
Listen to hear what kind of philosophy our monetary system promotes and what you need to know about it.
Our guest today is Doug Jaden. Doug is an expert on monetary reform and co-leads the public policy group on monetary policy for the statesman project.
If the housing market in the St. Louis area is any indication, we’re on a roll!
Listen to our show today with Financial Expert, Doug Tjaden, to learn more about our economy than you will hear anywhere else! Doug explains to us what is going on and what we can do to protect our assets both now in the future.
On this episode, we interview Doug Tjaden. Doug is an expert on monetary reform and co-leads the public policy group on monetary policy for the statesman project.
Many people find it difficult to understand what’s happening in the financial world. Today, our guest, Doug Tjaden, breaks it down for us into digestible pieces. By the end of the show, you’ll agree that you have a much better understanding of our world, the economy and what you should do to protect yourself in case of an economic collapse.
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Some of you may remember a few years ago when a presidential candidate made a famous quote, “It’s the economy, stupid!” While some people might think that, if it were true, Obama would never have been elected to a second term.
Obviously, there’s a lot more that goes into what motivates people than just money. I have had the responsibility of working with some of these like-minded people. After being in the Missouri State Legislature for eight years, one gets the idea that money is the only essential element. Fortunately, I have been able to refresh myself with those who know better.
A few weeks ago, we were invited to a birthday party for a St. Louis legend, Harold Hendrick. Harold is best known for doing a radio program on Bott Radio Network called, “Encounter”. It is an honor to know a godly man who, for decades, has faithfully confronted the shifting culture with Christian principles.
Are you optimistic or pessimistic about our economy?
Do you worry about the country’s monetary system crashing and leaving us penniless?
Today we interview an expert on the financial systems of the world who will answer all of these questions and more.
On today’s episode, you will get to hear from financial expert, Doug Tjaden. He answers our questions you may have had, but never knew who to ask about money, investing, storing gold, Bitcoin, FinTech, and when the market might reset.
Doug Tjaden is a pastor, author, public speaker has a wife and five children lives Kansas City.
What is the best way to invest our money? If the government has gone off the gold standard, is anything safe? Today we talk with Kevin Wolter from Coins Plus in Spokane, Washington about the strategies that work.
Kevin has been trained in Keynesian economics and Austrian economics. He shares with us how the current system entices people to take on personal debt and why that is not good or helpful.
Kevin also explains to us how to know if you are being ripped off by some of the online gold operations and shows how important it is to deal with someone reputable like coinsplus.com
Is it about money or philosophy?
While many candidates run on the promise of making government more fit, trim and live within its means, the actions show to the contrary. The House and Senate have finished their preliminary work on the state budget, and the end result is still more spending than ever before. At the time I was first elected to the legislature in 2002, the budget was around $18 billion. This year, it is around $24 billion. How does that happen if the Republicans are in control, and most of them told the voters they would pare down our bloated government? Although Democrats are in a severe minority, they should go home happy because they succeeded in keeping much of the excessive governmental spending. It’s kind of like going on a diet that only lasts until you discover you have to give up doughnuts, ice cream and french fries. If you have the stomach for it, “click here” if you want to read the story behind the broken promises to be financially prudent.
This process of waiting until the last week to work out a budget formed around bad decisions, forces the legislators to hurriedly pass the budget as they are constrained to do so before the adjournment on May 18th. These budgets also give us a glimpse into the priorities of the legislature.