by Selwyn Duke, The New American:
Your current dollars are worth less than four cents relative to their value in 1913, the year the privately owned Federal Reserve took over the banking system. What’s more, a recent report illustrates how states exacerbate the problem by “destroying” more tangible wealth: gold and silver.
As WND.com reports:
Wyoming, Texas and Utah are the best states for money policy, with South Dakota, Alaska, Arizona, New Hampshire and Washington close behind.