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Invitation to Panel Discussion by Steve Forbes and Nathan Lewis

New York, NY – November 7, 2017 – The Committee for Monetary Research & Education is please to extend an invitation from Steve Forbes, author of Money, and Nathan Lewis, author of Gold: The final standard to join their panel discussion in New York City on November 13 at 7pm on the topic: The Fed’s Central Planning Is Destroying Your Money and Hurting The Economy. Tickets are available here:

https://tinyurl.com/y7hr4ajj

Founded in 1970, the Committee for Monetary Research & Education is a non-profit, educational organization that seeks to promote greater public understanding of the nature of monetary institutions and of the central role that a healthy monetary system plays in the well-being of a free society.  Its ability to carry on its mission depends entirely on voluntary support from the public.  Donations are tax deductible.

CMRE Announces Video of its Blockchain Technology Conference now Available

New York, NY – November 7, 2017 – The Committee for Monetary Research & Education is pleased to announce that a video of its blockchain technology conference is now available on its website at: www.cmre.org.  The  Committee would like to thank the speakers, George GilderLawrence WhiteSaifedean AmmousRalph Benko, and moderator Valentin Schmid as well as those who attended and participated in the event.

The Committee is in the process of planning its Spring event.  Please check the website for updates.

Founded in 1970, the Committee for Monetary Research & Education is a non-profit, educational organization that seeks to promote greater public understanding of the nature of monetary institutions and of the central role that a healthy monetary system plays in the well-being of a free society.  Its ability to carry on its mission depends entirely on voluntary support from the public.  Donations are tax deductible.

CMRE Announces Next Meeting

New York, NY – July 24, 2017 – The Committee for Monetary Research & Education is pleased to announced that its next meeting will be held at the University Club in New York City on October 3.  The topic will be on crypto-currencies, and specially the opportunity for private currencies to disaggregate the banks from commerce and the allocation of savings.

Speakers will include noted author George Gilder, co-founder of Ethereum Joe Lupin, thought-leader Saifedean Ammous, and more.  Check back on www.cmre.org for more information and to purchase tickets.

Founded in 1970, the Committee for Monetary Research & Education is a non-profit, educational organization that seeks to promote greater public understanding of the nature of monetary institutions and of the central role that a healthy monetary system plays in the well-being of a free society.

Steve Lonegan

Steve Lonegan was mayor of Bogota, NJ for twelve years and was the Republican Party’s nominee for Senate in 2013. He is currently Director of Monetary Policy for American Principles in Action and head of the Fix the Dollar Project.

Larry Parks

Larry Parks is Founder of the Foundation for the Advancement of Monetary Education and Moderator of the Larry Parks Show. Mr. Parks has been a tireless advocate for hard money as the antidote to the destruction of the working middle class.

John Brown

John Browne has had an illustrious career as an officer in the Grendier Guards, a graduate of  Havard Business School, a Wall Street banker, and finally a politician. Mr. Browne served as a Conservative Member of Parliament from 1979 to 1992. He was a close advisor to Margaret Thatcher on Russia and later become vice-chairman of the UK Independence Party. See his recent interview with Greg Hunter in which he discusses the geopolitics of Ukraine, the economy, the dollar as a reserve currency, and gold mining. Mr. Browne currently serves as an advisor to Euro Pacific Capital.

Thomas Hoenig

Mr. Hoenig currently serves as vice-Chairman of the FDIC and formerly as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.

See his 2009 speech: “Too Big Has Failed” in which he deftly undermined the assumptions of the 2008 bailouts: “Any financial crisis leaves a stream of losses embedded among the various participants, and these losses must ultimately be borne by someone.” He provided a simple framework for financial regulation: “Shareholders would be forced to bear the full risk of the positions they have taken and suffer the resulting losses.”

Mr. Hoenig’s perspective provides invaluable insight into the current banking system – including what has happened to the festering losses that were suffered in 2008 but never resolved.

Joy Rendahl, Director

JoyJoy Rendahl is a director of the CMRE.