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Articles by Gary North, the Tea Party Economist
I'm Gary North, and I'll be your server today . . . and tomorrow and the next day, too, I hope. I cover Tea Party economics.
I write here. I also write for my free daily site, www.TeaPartyEconomist.com. I hope you will visit both. (There, you can get my free special report on Winning the Gold War: see the offer on the site's masthead.)
I offer no-holds-barred assessments of the capital markets on a daily basis. I have been doing this full time ever since 1974, when I started my newsletter, Remnant Review. Ron Paul was one of my subscribers. He hired me as his staff economist in 1976. Had he not been defeated by 268 votes out of 180,000 in November, I might still be in Washington. Thankfully from my viewpoint, he lost.
If you want to understand my politics, listen to Ron Paul. If you want my view of the Federal Reserve, read Ron Paul's book, End the Fed. If you want my view of what's coming, read me.
My first vote as an adult was for Goldwater in 1963. I have been in the conservative movement since 1956.
How conservative am I? Consider this. I voted against Ronald Reagan in the 1966 Republican primary for Governor because I thought he was too liberal. I hope I'm not too hard core for you, but I'm too old to change.
Here is what we are facing. As the economic crises become more frequent, and the American economy fails to recover, a growing number of angry voters have begun to figure out that the political system is rigged. I figured it out in 1956. I have not been disappointed.
We are going to win this political war. The Establishment has bet everything on the Federal Reserve, endless federal debt, and its control of the mainstream media. The third is losing influence, the second is out of control, and the first is barely able to hold the economy together.
I hope you will appreciate what you read here. It's free.
(I do answer questions, but only on this site's forums. You must join to access the forums. A list of them is on the right-hand side of this page.)
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