Show Info 11-21-2014 – JD’s News, Guest Andrew Gause

Show Info 11-21-2014 – JD’s News, Guest Andrew Gause

11-21-2014 - JD's News, Guest Andrew Gause

Second Hour Guest

In the second hour, JD is joined by Andrew Gause. He is a Nationally recognized U.S. monetary historian and numismatic expert, who has been apprising Americans about the pitfalls of our electronic banking transactions, and the intrusion of “Big Brother” as we move into a “cashless society”. Andrew Gause has been studying and lecturing on the problems and solutions connected to our monetary system for more than two decades. Andrew GauseHe tackles the challenging questions about America’s REAL economic future, and provides behind the scenes insight as to how the politicians and bankers in DC plan to secretly deal with the debt crisis – and how their plan will be catastrophic for every American taxpayer.

They will dig in to the shadow banking system and fractional reserve lending system. They’ll discuss the capitalization of labor as the backing of fiat currency, and the history and future of currency including bitcoin, BRICS and precious metals.

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First Hour News with JD for November 21, 2014

World News

Iran nuclear talks stuck, deadline may be extended – officials

French ISIL militants urge fellow Muslims to launch attacks back home

Senior ISIS figure killed in Mosul

Iceland jails former Landsbanki CEO

Russia to need guarantees of Ukraine’s NATO non-entry in case Kiev changes mind — diplomat

North Korea responds to UN with nuclear test threat

Julian Assange’s arrest warrant still stands, Swedish appeals court rules


US News

FSU Gunman Identified As School Alumnus and Attorney: Report

The CIA wants to destroy thousands of internal emails covering spy operations and other activities

Grand jury decision on Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson could come Friday

Obamacare’s Subscriber Rolls Include Unpublicized Dental Plans


Exclusive: U.S. to allow people from nations hit by Ebola to stay temporarily

Pentagon got duped, made ransom payment for Bowe Bergdahl to con man

Economic News

European Consumer Confidence Tumbles To 9 Month Lows

SpectroCoin Launches Bitcoin-to-Cash Service in 25 Countries

Gold: It’s Time to Buy

U.S. pumped most oil since the 1980s

Commerzbank hits customers with negative interest rates

YEN 118!

Obesity rivals smoking and war, with $2-trillion hit to global economy

New Scrutiny of Goldman’s Ties to the New York Fed After a Leak

Science & Technology

Will cops soon arrive by JETPACK? New Zealand firm reveals it is developing craft for Department of Homeland Security and Department of Defense

Laser from a plane discovers Roman goldmines in Spain

Spy cable revealed: how telecoms firm worked with GCHQ

World’s first 3D-bioprinted transplant-ready organ to be unveiled in early 2015

Baby monitors, CCTV cameras and webcams from UK homes and businesses hacked and uploaded onto Russian website

The FBI Is Very Excited About This Machine That Can Scan Your DNA in 90 Minutes


Health News

New Report Will Reveal Which Yogurts Are Healthy, and Which Are Best Avoided

Traveler from Mali tested for possible Ebola at New York hospital

5 Seniors Die after Flu Shot at Assisted Care Center in Georgia

Celebrities Ditch Starbucks After Company Openly Supports Monsanto

Cancer Therapy and Barriers to Open Biopharma

Long-term mobile phone use and brain cancer

More Than Ebola, Other Tropical Diseases Pose Growing Threat to U.S.

Energy & Environment

Eight dead in storm as Buffalo braces for more snow

Roofs collapse under Buffalo Snow

Clear the Air: Learn How Often To Change Furnace Filters

Home, Farm & Garden

8 Eco-Friendly Ways to Stay Warm This Winter

Organic Seed Alliance: Stewardship of Genetic Resources

Housing News

US housing starts dip 2.8 percent in October, but market grows stronger

Weird, Funny & Good News

This Letter Left On A Car Windshield Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity

Generous high school athlete, 17, sells her brand new Jeep to buy her teammate a car so she can get to practice

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