By David J. Theroux | Sunday June 26, 2011 at 10:37 PM PST | 1 Comment
In the new hit album by pop-singer “Weird Al” Yankovic, Alpocalypse, he includes the song, “Party in the C.I.A.”, which is a parody of the hit song by Miley Cyrus, “Party in the U.S.A.”
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By Robert Higgs | at 4:01 PM PST | 8 Comments
As more and more people have taken an interest in monetary affairs—especially in the Fed and its various operations—in recent years, many people have joined the discussions related to these matters, especially on the World Wide Web. In reading these posts over the years, in particular in reading the comments on a post I placed...
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Tags: base money, Business, central bank, deposit liabilities, Economics, excess reserves, Federal Reserve, fractional reserve bank, high-powered money, hyperinflation, M1, M2, M3, monetarism, monetary base, Monetary policy, Money and Banking, money stock, MZM, reserve requirements