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Ok folks. There's been a lot posts about gold prices and the gold market, which is fine, and I can see why it's not wholly irrelevant to Austrian Economics, but is it what the folks who read this community really want? It's very narrowly focused, and doesn't address economics as such, doesn't address theoretical matters in any way. It's commodity exchange reporting, not Austrian economics as such.

So, I propose that this sort of news about gold, unless it is tied in to austrian economic theory in some specific way, be no longer posted here. It feels like noise (to me) and if I want to get gold news, there are communities that exist or can be created for that sort of information.

Thoughts? Agreement? Disagreement?

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Cenk from The Young Turks = Economic Illiterate

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Support Fidget Spinner Neutrality or we're all doomed! A parody on net neutrality and more State regulation. See: https://libertopiacartoon.wordpress.com/2017/07/11/support-fidget-spinner-equality-or-were-all-doomed/
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Please check out my weekly finds. Some gold on the dip and some Silver finds
https://youtu.be/z7YyshQUfrk

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Government doesn't keep its corruption to itself.

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Feecon 2017: Bolstering the Principles of a Free Society and Bitcoin

On June 15-17 hundreds of liberty focused individuals attended the Foundation for Economic Education’s Feecon 2017 to learn about economics, free markets, and network with like-minded thinkers who are inspired to change the world. Bitcoin.com was a proud sponsor of Feecon and got the chance to teach attendees about the decentralized currency’s attributes while also showing them why we believe #Bitcoin is an innovative tool that will push freedom to new levels.

https://news.bitcoin.com/feecon-2017-principles-free-society-bitcoin/

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I found this pretty hilarious. Especially the observation, somewhat accurate that bankers themselves may not be particularly aware of economic theory.

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There’s a worrying trend in Nigeria. It’s the craze, the obsession of politicians with making millionaires. The governor of Imo state in announcing his contribution to the state prior to its 40th year anniversary boldly stated “I’ll make 40 millionaires before Imo turns 40.” Two years to this announcement, a former head of state in citing his achievements to the nation was joyous at creating 25 billionaires within the country. These two men are not unique instances in the nation, the Federal government recently defended its tomato policy on the account of the ‘tomato millionaires’ to arrive from such a scheme. It’s a governmental ideology, the government’s way of solving poverty.

See more @
https://goo.gl/4rIUrP

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