Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Peter Schiff Vlog

March 25, 2009

investments, stock, bonds, gold, silver, commodities, jim rogers, marc faber, peter schiff, ron paul, banking crisis, economic meltdown


  1. Daniel Hannan is my new hero! Watch this:

  2. This is already the second video... can somebody tell peter schiff to adjust the volume of his mic before recording?

  3. First, I want to thank whoever is responsible for this site. It saves us all from having to endlessly troll through scattered YouTube files. Thanks again!

    And....again, Peter Schiff lays it on the line.

    For an excellent conference lecture check out Nouriel Roubini >
    Video Title: Roubini on The Financial Crisis - 1

    This is the first of a five part lecture you'll have to troll through on YouTube.

    Another interesting economist onYouTube is Dr. Michael Hudson with a refreshing solution to the financial mess - Jubilee Year - Wipe the slave debtors slate clean and let the crooked lenders take the loss and start over again - Instant readjustment of the markets to a sane and equitable level. >

    Michael Hudson on Max Keiser's "Oracle" >
    .....And >

  4. I like Peter but he has never listened to his own blog. If he did he would get someone to fix the audio. Apparently no way to contact him either.
    He is wrong about health care. We must have a national health care plan and it will be paid for by employers, efficiency and people. we are paying for it now in rising costs while the uninsured goes to clinics and the ER. Health insurance companies are just crap. Would you run fire and police protection the way we run health? I'm tired of brain dead Republicans and while Peter may be right on many things, he is dead wrong on this.

  5. I disagree. ANYONE that says that National Health will work has never lived in Canada or visited Great Britain. People are treated like animals, you wait in line for Doctors, it is a sordid burecratic nightmare. Canadians stream over the border to see our Doctors for their health needs.
    If you think that National Health is the answer, visit your local Post Office and see how efficient they are. That mess is what you are in for.