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The Lost Peter Schiff Interview – Freedom Fest 2010 January 18, 2011

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Originally filmed on July 8, 2010, this exclusive Dan Mangru interview with Peter Schiff, conducted at FreedomFest 2010 in Las Vegas, was broadcast on Fox Business but then was thought to be lost forever until now. Now view what former U.S. Senate Candidate and Euro-Pacific Capital President Peter Schiff thinks about freedom and the state of our nation.

“More of” or “Moron” – The Mangru Report – Episode 18 October 22, 2010

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Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is ready to do whatever it takes to whatever it takes to support the struggling recovery, but has declined to say how bad things are.

President Obama’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board has released their 8 recommendations for fixing the U.S. retirement system, but does it go far enough?

Citigroup’s Charles Prince and Robert Rubin failed to disclose that the company was taking massive loan losses in the subprime market. Should they prosecuted?

Watch the Mangru Report Panel of Experts composed of Anthony Pulieri (United Bullion Group), Richard Bernstein (Richard S. Bernstein & Associates), and Al Zucaro (World Trade Center Palm Beach) discuss what these leading financial and political decision makers are doing and whether the U.S. deserves “more of” these people or whether they are acting like “morons”.

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War On Your Dollar – Bernanke’s September Surprise – The Mangru Report on Fox Business – Episode 20 October 7, 2010

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Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke recently announced that the recovery was not as strong as originally thought, the U.S. did not have enough inflation, and that the Fed would increase it’s debt purchases & inject more money into the system.

Watch Dan Mangru, John Browne (Euro-Pacific Capital), Anthony Pulieri (United Bullion Group), and Michael Solomon (Author, Where Did My America Go?) discuss how the dollar is being devalued, how Bernanke has created the perfect storm for gold, why China is not buying U.S. debt, and whether there is too much hype and excitement in the gold market.

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“More Of” or “Moron”, Regulation Nation, & The Mangru Moment on the BP Oil Spill July 14, 2010

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As part of our best of series for episodes 8-11, we’re bringing you the following three segments: “More Of” or “Moron”, Regulation Nation, and The Mangru Moment, all from episode 8.  For videos and descriptions see below:

Dr. Nouriel Roubini is calling for more aggressive central bank policies and money printing as the answer to the financial crisis in Europe.  Ben Bernanke says that the economy cannot handle higher taxes or spending cuts.  Tim Geithner doesn’t seem to get much out of the Chinese during his “negotiations”.  So who’s a “more of” and who’s a “moron”?  Find out in Episode 8’s edition of “More Of” or “Moron”.

The easiest answer for any problem according to the government is to put a new “watchdog” on the case.  So when bank rating agencies were on the Congressional hotseat, our friends in Washington D.C. got the great idea of putting a new agency/bureaucracy on the case.  Find out more about this in our Regulation Nation segment.

As the BP oil spill continues to go on and one, did you ever wonder where were the other countries to help America?  Everytime there is an earthquake in Haiti or a financial crisis in Greece doesn’t the U.S. always come to the table with at least a couple billion?  Find out the answers in Dan Mangru’s “Mangru Moment” from Episode 8 of the Mangru Report.

It’s No Big Deal, You Only Owe $123,636 – Dan Mangru WND (WorldNetDaily) Commentary June 15, 2010

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It’s no big deal, you only owe $123,636

by Dan Mangru

On a warm D.C. Friday evening, our pals over at the U.S. Treasury, led by our revered Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, put out a little report that they didn’t want you to see. After all, who’s looking for news on a Friday night?

In that little report, they just happened to mention that U.S. debt will rise to at most $13.6 trillion (as if the government has never underestimated a time or two).

For all of you 110 million taxpaying Americans, that’s $123,636 each, and that’s probably just the low estimate.

But it gets even better. By 2015, based on our current path of spending, out debt will be a paltry $19.6 trillion.

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For those keeping score, that’s $178,181 for each taxpaying American, assuming that there are 110 million taxpaying Americans by 2015.

You see, our buddies in Washington, D.C., named Obama, Biden and Geithner want as few Americans as possible paying taxes.

Currently 47 percent of taxpayer-eligible Americans do not pay income taxes and that number is rising steadily.

So, let’s say if that number creeps up and only 100 million Americans are paying taxes, then each taxpayer will have a bill of $196,000 even. Considering this is the federal government we are talking about let’s just round it up to an even $200k.

For most taxpaying Americans, this means that you will owe more than what you take in during any given year, which sounds about right considering that by 2015 our debt will be 102 percent of our GDP, meaning that we will owe more than what we collect.

(Editor’s Note: To read the entire article please CLICK HERE NOW.)

The Mangru Moment – On Ben Bernanke and Deficit Reduction – The Mangru Report – Episode 3 May 21, 2010

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In this edition of The Mangru Moment, Dan Mangru tackles Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. Recently, Bernanke has been lecturing Americans about the need to reduce deficits. What Bernanke fails to acknowledge is that he has spent more money on bailouts and toxic mortgages than any other Fed Chairman in history. Combine that with low interest rate policies and we are seeing how Bernanke is reflating the bubble all over again.