Annual Spring Dinner Meeting Thursday, May 17, 2012
Annual Spring Meeting Thursday, May 17, 2012
The Union League Club 38 E. 37th Street, New York City
Reservation May 2012
Money and the Corporate State
In the 1990’s CMRE presented its studies of Corporatism with monographs by Walker F. Todd, “From Constitutional Republic to Corporate State” and by Edwin Vieira, Jr., “The American System or The Corporative State?”
Since then, corporatism has so increased that government influence and power are evident to many but real understanding of the consequences – while unpopular – still is not clear. This meeting clarifies the problem, and suggests solutions.
CMRE welcomes with pleasure:
H.S.H. Prince Michael of Liechtenstein
to speak on:
European Fiscal and Economic Crisis and the Problems of Growth
from his famous Mineset News, has observed:
“…as far as the dollar is concerned, no one is focused on the ‘utilization’ that is fading fast
and will negatively impact the value of the US dollar in 2012.”
Today’s central bankers have been unable to prevent the distinguishing feature of the
post-bubble contraction - a world of strong recessions and weak recoveries.
Typically, this is accompanied by a rising real price of gold that prompts exploration success.
The party is still ahead of us.
Investor and Author of Panderer to Power
how we got here…a world run by central bankers with Bernanke more powerful than Obama.
Sheehan follows the career of Alan Greenspan and shows how
the Fed was at the center of the 1% vs. 99% imbroglio
Principal of QB Asset Management
analyzes macroeconomics and has concluded that all the world’s fiat currencies are experiencing
a significant devaluation against gold and that this secular trend is in its early stages.
William J. Bergman
Director of Research, Social Movement Sciences
Formerly a financial markets policy analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Money & Power: The Chicken or the Egg?
A distinguished journalist on international economic issue,
she writes The Auditors and is an Accounting Watchdog for Forbes.
How Hot Money and Hubris Stole $1.6 Billion of Customer Funds
bankruptcy columnist and editor-at-large for Bloomberg News
On MF Global
What is to be Done?
Restore Sound Money
Edwin Vieira and Thomas Selgas
Selgas is the Constitutional law advisor for the United States Bill of Rights Foundation and has been called by several state legislators to testify and educate about constitutional, statutory lawful money. He is also a successful industrial executive. Vieira, a long-time associate of CMRE, has received standing ovations as he has concluded meetings. His monographs are essential reading.
Chairmen for the Evening
Chris Powell-GATA; Walker F. Todd-CMRE Director, Author;
Daniel Oliver Jr. CMRE Director; J. William Middendorf II - CMRE Chairman
To continue this important study, Participants are urged to obtain CMRE Monographs:
From Constitutional Republic to Corporate State: The Federal Reserve Board, 1931-1934
by Walker F. Todd CMRE Monograph No. 51;
The American System or the Corporative State?
By Edwin Vieira
Constitutional Foundation of American Economic Power
with Philip Bradley CMRE Monograph No. 48
“The reimplementation of constitutional money and banking would go far toward mitigating the present crushing public and private debt burden, restoring confidence in the economy, and making at least moral reparation for decades of dishonesty at the highest levels of government” pg. 15; Edwin Vieira
Monographs may be ordered at the front desk at this meeting, or ordered from CMRE
Early Reservations by Mail Recommended – Registration and Gathering begin at 4:00 PM May 17.
Contact: Elizabeth Currier, email: CMRE@bellsouth.net
10004 Greenwood Court, Charlotte, NC 28215 704-598-3717