Ellen Brown, researcher, writer and author of Web of Debt and the chairman and president of the newly formed Public Banking Institute returns to the show to talk with us about the progress that has been made in the public banking movement. She addresses several misunderstandings about public banking. She describes how quickly a public bank can be put together and why public banks are not only not a risky endeavor, but is the solution to the problem the country is having. We discuss Quantitative Easing, Standard and Poors, and why she asserts that public banking is not inflationary.
Learn about how one of the big change agents in America has gone about to share her vision of solving the problem using the Bank of North Dakota as the model from initial public speaking to writing a book, all the way to starting an organic Google group to solve the problem on behalf of We The People to holding workshops around the world. We ask her very hard hitting questions and appreciate her joining us live from Basil, Switzerland.