October 2018 BankNotes
Earlier in this series of articles I wrote a little bit about Social Security. But,
it kept haunting me that there is much more that needs to be revealed about
this unbelievable con game. And so, I offer just a few additional facts about it
and my observations of human financial behavior because of it.
September 2018 BankNotes
In the May 2017 issue of the LMR, I wrote the first part of this series. I
began to tackle a common objection that Carlos and I get, when we talk
to crowds familiar with Austrian economics. (Notice the quotation marks
around the title of the article: These words are coming from the public, not
from me.) Specifically, people wondered how Carlos and I could be in
favor of the Infinite Banking Concept (IBC), after we had systematically
explained that the Federal Reserve’s actions since 2008 had set the U.S.
economy up for another crash, and also threatened the U.S. dollar. In such an
environment, why in the world would somebody want to load up on a dollardenominated
asset like life insurance?
June 2018 BankNotes
The World Population Clock1 is currently registering 7.6 billion people on the planet. Among those 7.6 billion people, Forbes2 has identified only 2,208 individuals who are billionaires from 72 different countries. Based on this information our chances of ever becoming a billionaire are pretty slim — somewhere around 0.00002%.
May 2018 BankNotes
The Hope of Victory: By Bob Murphy
May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit. (Romans 15:13, NIV)
April 2018 BankNotes
Several years ago, I was conducting an Infinite Banking Concept Seminar
in Western Colorado. The sponsor of the event assembled his audience and
said. “The Infinite Banking Concept is all about how you think. It’s all about
how you think. It’s about how you think!”—and then he introduced me. It
was such an effective—and truthful—way to start the seminar that I adopted
the phrase in all speaking events and it is expressed—or implied—in all
writing that I do.