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Animal Farm – George Orwell [Full Length Animated Movie, 1954]

Animal Farm is a British animated film by Halas and Batchelor, based on the book of the same name by George Orwell. It was the first British animated feature released worldwide, which, despite the title and Disney-esque animal animation, is in fact a no-holds-barred adaptation of George Orwell’s classic satire on Stalinism, with the animals taking over their farm by means of a revolutionary coup, but then discovering that although all animals are supposed to be equal, some are more equal than others.
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Peter Schiff Questions Paul Volcker 03/14/12

Peter asks former chairman of the Federal Reserve, Paul Volcker, how he can support the stimulus if he thinks we’re too in debt.
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Peter Schiff – The Atlantic Economy Summit 03/14/12
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Inside Job #4 Movie CLIP – Financial Stability in Iceland (2010) HD

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Frederic Mishkin writes a study on the stability of Iceland’s financial system, but he has conflicting interests that tarnish his conclusions.

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Jim Rogers – ET Now 23 Feb 2012

Legendary Investor Jim Rogers; Unconventional and surprisingly accuracy of Global Market investing. Jim Rogers is sharing what he’s currently investing in,
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Thomas Sowell Dismantles Egalitarianism (Frances Fox Piven Edition)

Thomas Sowell addresses the economic and personal sacrifices by identifying people in groups based on frivolous attributes such as skin pigment. How is skin color grouping any different than grouping people by hair color. The result is less individual motivation and increased political controversies. Unfortunately, the group these policies intend to help have resulted in even less favorable conditions than ever before.

In this clip from the 1980 Free To Choose, socialist Frances Fox Piven tangles with Milton Friedman and Thomas Sowell. Sowell, in particular, is incisive with his discussion of “process” versus aspiration — concluding that whatever the purported social goals, liberty suffers.
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The Liquidity Trap: Academic Envisioning or Imagination?

Brian E Hynes

Krugman, disagree or agree with his underling philosophy, has demonstrated he’s a dangerous person to follow for Market Advice. I call to caution as he is likely on the same level of the academic defrauder Mishkin. However, it is more fair at this point to simply illustrate lack of confrontation of his contradicting suppressed premises. Although that’s a very intellectually dishonest way to write; his fallacies are likely the result of his lack of knowledge between subjectivity and objectivity.

After much study of the prospect of a liquidity trap, objective logic presents a case resulting in a simple conclusion. It is beyond any objective doubt that its existence is nothing short of fiction. The liquidity trap is related to the transformation of definitions throughout the 1980s; Where falling prices; which undoubtedly is irrationally feared is completely inaccurate when a…

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