Show Info 5-15-2015 – News, Guest Andrew Gause
News and Guests
Second Hour Guest
In the second hour, JD is joined by monetary historian and numismatic expert, Andrew Gause, for a discussion about current economic events including the continuation of the war on cash, insight on what China’s pending gold disclosure and the likelihood of an economic collapse or GCR and what we might do to prepare for the inevitable.
You will receive $40.00 in numismatic investment booklets free from Andrew by calling 800-468-2646, and mentioning Red Pill Reports.
Since 1981, Mr. Gause 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. He 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.
The World of Money Newsletter, published quarterly, is in its 25th year. The Secret World of Money, written by Andrew Gause in a comprehensive Q & A format, challenges a wide range of topics dealing with the history and future of money. Uncle Sam Cooks the Books, Mr. Gause’s latest release, will inform you about Words of Art and the Secret Recipes of Government Spending. Some topics covered and revealed, include Trust Funds, Social Spending, Budget Busters, the FDIC and more.
The key to protecting your wealth is to be prepared. Mr.Gause will expand your knowledge through his vast research. For more information about Andrew Gause, please visit his websites.
Full Bio: https://redpillreports.com/guests/andrew-gause/
Book: The Secret World of Money
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