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    09-22-2017, 09:45 AM
    Unregistered replied to a thread Wasn't Libertarianism tried in the 1920s? in Guest Forum
    I disagree with the above POST: The Great Depression was caused by the creation of a Central Bank (The Federal Reserve) in 1913, when private banks took control of America's money supply. No matter if the following quote is by Mayer Rothschild or another Bankster, its truth is simple to understand, "Give me control of a nations money supply, and I care not who makes it's laws.". Further, Ronald Reagan's economic policy of borrowing money to triple military spending (hoping that "spin-off technologies" would pay for the increased borrowing) was a very bad policy, resulting in the skyrocketing of America's National Debt - from $1 Triilion before Reagan - to $3 Trillion by the end of his two terms - and now surpassing $20 Trillion. BORROWING MONEY IS NEVER A SOLUTION FOR AN ECONOMY, whether it is a family or a nation. Libertarian economics require a money supply directly tied to created/existing wealth, and certainly never to an uncontrolled group of private Banksters.
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    09-14-2017, 05:38 PM
    Unregistered replied to a thread Wasn't Libertarianism tried in the 1920s? in Guest Forum
    Firstly I never said the 1970s were libertarian I said they were Liberal and they failed too . The fact is both big government and too little government result in failures. The fact is the crash of 1929 resulted in demand dropping sharply despite the fact that prices also dropped sharply meant there was no way the problem could be solved by classical economics. This meant you had to increase demand some other way , and that was what the New Deal was as infrastructure projects create jobs thus increase demand . Also no unemployment did not fall under Hoover , the graph in the link I posted shows that unemployment dropped beginning in 1933 and dropped sharply until 1937 when the government actually cut back on the new deal . By 1939 unemployment started dropping again . The problem with classical economics is that it believes the a drop in inflation will result in a increase in demand (1929-1933 proved that wrong ) and the problem with kenyesian economics is that it believes that an increase in inflation will decrease unemployment (late 70s proved that wrong ).
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    09-12-2017, 04:23 PM
    Unregistered started a thread Wasn't Libertarianism tried in the 1920s? in Guest Forum
    Basically we had a Libertarian President and congress throughout the 1920s , who cut taxes even more than Reagan did , got rid of most government regulations passed in the progressive era , didnt interfere with the economy , and cut the size of government down to a size where it didnt have much power. That eventually led to the depression cause Hoover refused to stimulate the economy through infrastructure , and other means. Also Harding/Coolidge/Hoover were isolationists and that lead to the rise of the Nazis and Imperial Japan. Then FDR came in and he cut unemployment to 15% by 1936 and by 1941 it was cut down to 10% compared to 25% when he took office (https://elainedu1996.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/graph-of-us-unemployment-rate-1930-1945_3c9a1385fd.jpg), and he rebuilt the American military which destroyed are enemies . Yes Liberalism does not work either as when we implemented them fully in the 60s and 70s it led to double digit inflation, interest rates , and unemployment along with the commies getting stronger. We instead need a 80s , 90s style conservatism for our country to be successful , which means low taxes (but not eliminating it ), some regulations(like worker and consumer safety regulations , child labor regulations , along with monopoly regulations), along with having a strong military and strong infrastructure. Thanks to those policies implemented by Reagan, HW, Clinton(who governed as a conservative) we had the greatest economic boom in history .
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    09-06-2017, 08:13 PM
    Unregistered started a thread List of Libertarian Professional Services? in Guest Forum
    Does anyone know of a website or list of professional services for libertarian or like minded individuals? Would be nice to find lawyers, doctors, cpas, and others that you could hire.
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