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Children are learning machines. Kids learn everything, no just what we want to teach them. They look for knowledge in any place they can find it. But now the United Nations wants to mandate authority based education-the system that has worked so well in the US. This means that children in developing countries will be forced to learn in centralized factory-type facilities. They will be prevented from working, thereby limiting their workplace knowledge. When the state monopolizes their education, it sabotages the creative process that children thrive on. Mike believes that privatizing education, allowing children to learn in the workplace and the recognition that different kids learn differently is the key to truly higher education. 

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Ranting Andy Hoffman joined us for his famous Monday Rant. We discussed the issue of record US gold exports. This statistic confirmed what we all knew and that is that the US is getting poorer by the day. While we may no longer be on a gold standard, some parts of the world do consider this "barbarous relic" to have certain universal monetary characteristics, that not even the US Government can change. And it is those very same countries that have been on a precious metals buying spree for the past 10 years. And while we're on the topic of who's got the gold, Germany's high court just ordered an audit of all their off-shore holdings. The results could be interesting. What's your thought?

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John Rubino, a long term friend of the show, penned an interesting article today about a coming Debt Jubilee Meme. He questions whether it would be enough to restart economic growth and whether it would actually solve any of the problems we are now facing. Respectfully, we believe that John isn't fully considering the purpose of the jubilee. In and of itself, it will not bring on economic prosperity. Rather, it will help end or limit the rampant  malinvestment that is occurring due to the Fed/Treasury's desire to keep the financial system afloat. Negative real interest rates, non-risk adjusted interest rates and excess creation of currency units are certainly more destructive to growth than simply acknowledging what we already know, which is that the cumulative debt can never be paid back and it is rapidly becoming unservicable. 

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