Charles Goyette


Charles Goyette, our long-lost former co-contributor to Antiwar Radio and author of The Dollar Meltdown: Surviving the Impending Currency Crisis with Gold, Oil, and Other Unconventional Investments, discusses how the Iraq war went from “paying for itself” to costing trillions, the individuals responsible for the US financial crisis, the widespread use of accounting tricks and phony balance sheets to delay bankruptcy, the declining worth of all the world’s paper currencies, India’s landmark gold purchase, how the FED’s low interest rate policy discourages much-need saving and how alternative currencies could keep markets functioning should the US dollar collapse.

MP3 here. (1:12:38)

Charles Goyette is an award winning morning drive-time radio host from Phoenix, AZ. He is a libertarian commentator, who is noted for his outspoken anti-war views, his opposition to the war in Iraq, and his economic commentary. He is the author of the book The Dollar Meltdown: Surviving the Impending Currency Crisis with Gold, Oil, and Other Unconventional Investments.

7 thoughts on “Charles Goyette”

  1. Good interview. Americans wander along in a collective economic fog, thinking that their country is "too big to fail"… You could put Larry, Moe and Curly in charge of the Fed, the Treasury and the WH and most people would think that they are doing a fine job. "Defying the laws of nature"; good call Mr. Goyette.

  2. Wonderful tribute to Ron Paul, but tjere is an unsung hero in his saga, the voters of the 14th Congressional Distric of Texas. They have sent to Washington not only its singular honest politician, but the only member of Congress that is not an absolute crook. I bought a case of Boy Scout popcorn* and sent it to a Scout troop in Victoria. I asked them to distibute it to the voters of the 14th District as a token of my gratitude for their stellar achievement.

    * For anyone who puts stock in the twisted numbers coming from Washington, the CPI point in case, look at the price of Scout porcorn this year compared to last!

  3. So I wandered into the local Border's Monday in search of "The Dollar Meltdown" …

    tripping over stacks and stacks of the latest Beck, Huckabeebeebeee, and Palin books located at the end of every aisle and displayed prominently up front as one enters …

    and had to use the store computer to find the Goyette work – 3 copies only in the store – on the shelf, out of sight, in the back corner – the Business & Finance Section.

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