Scott Horton Interviews Charles Goyette

Scott Horton, July 30, 2010

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Charles Goyette, former Antiwar Radio co-contributor and author of The Dollar Meltdown : Surviving the Impending Currency Crisis with Gold, Oil, and Other Unconventional Investments, discusses the sacrifice of social programs to preserve the sacrosanct Pentagon budget, how American insularity breeds ignorance, the worthless 2300-page financial reform bill passed by Congress, how alternate systems of money and commerce will bypass Fed control and why oil and gold will hold their value against a declining dollar.

MP3 here. (39:38)

Charles Goyette was a longtime 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.

6 Responses to “Charles Goyette”

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  2. Great stuff as always

  3. So why are US interest rates 0% on the short end and 4% on the long end?

  4. January 2002 oil = $19 per barrel

    August 2008 oi = $147 per barrel

    At no point was oil in short supply.

    As oil went up in USD, USD went down in relation to the Euro.

    That was not a supply and demand event.That was not a rise in the price of oil. That was the collapse of USD.

    Since September 2008 oil has been between $60 to $80 per barrel due to the collapse of the global economy.

    The logic is fairly simple: compare oil at $19 per barrel in a moderately active world economy with oil at $60-80 per barrel in a collapsed world economy.

  5. The Trans-Afghan Pipeline. That´s why United Bluff invaded Afghanistan, isn´t it ?

  6. "Can the Fed Successfully Exit?"
    http://mises.org/daily/4570

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