Archive for February, 2019

The first Bank of the United States (Nancy Spannaus)

The Constitutionality of the National Bank

By Nancy Spannaus Feb. 27, 2019—February 25 was the anniversary of a momentous event in American history—George Washington’s signing of the bill establishing the Bank of the United States.  This action was crucial to establishing a government-backed source of national credit and a uniform currency in the United States, and […]

by February 27, 2019 Commentary, Infrastructure Bank
First Book Shipment Arrives

First Book Shipment Arrives

These arrived at my house today, February 26.  For more, see my release.

by February 26, 2019 News
Statue of George Washington at George Washington University.

The Washington-Hamilton Alliance

By Nancy Spannaus Feb. 22, 2019—George Washington deserves to be celebrated in his own right, but I am going to devote this brief Washington’s Birthday post to the Washington-Hamilton alliance.  The two men shared a vision of developing this vast country into a strong continental republic, committed to the “blessings […]

by February 22, 2019 Commentary, History
Hamilton's grand industrial project at Passaic Falls, New Jersey was part of his broad economic vision. (Leonard A. Zax)

Hamilton’s Vision: “Perfect Harmony of All the Parts”

By Nancy Spannaus Feb. 20, 2019—In his grand exposition of his vision for a future American industrial republic, the 1791 Report on Manufactures, our First Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton laid special stress on the fact that his economic policy was the essential grounding for national unity. Contrary to the accusation […]

by February 20, 2019 Commentary
Hamilton Versus Wall Street: Available for Purchase Now!

Hamilton Versus Wall Street: Available for Purchase Now!

By Nancy Spannaus Feb. 19, 2019—Online bookstores are now selling Hamilton Versus Wall Street to the public. You can now start ordering and circulating the only book on the market which presents our First Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton’s economic principles, and the way in which they were taken up and […]

by February 19, 2019 News
Construction on California's high-speed rail project has already begun.

Infrastructure Bank Needed for California Rail

Feb. 18, 2019—The need for a National Infrastructure Bank (NIB), built along Hamiltonian principles, has come sharply to the fore in the current debate/uproar over the fate of California’s plans for a high-speed rail connection between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Establish a national bank with long-term, low-interest credit, capitalized […]

by February 18, 2019 Infrastructure, News Shorts
A contemporary scene of poverty in Alabama.

Rep. Tom Jackson Speaks on the “State” of Alabama

By Angela Vullo Feb. 17, 2019–Approximately fifty years after Dr. Martin Luther King made his pleas for economic justice, we are confronted with the fact that wealth inequality has turned the United States into one of the most extremely income-stratified nations in the world. In this context, it is instructive […]

by February 17, 2019 Commentary, News
My book

Coming Soon: Hamilton Versus Wall Street

By Nancy Spannaus Feb. 15, 2019—Enraptured by the Hamilton musical? Eager to learn more about the Founding Father that many leftists love to hate? Or just downright disgusted with the fact that the U.S. Congress can’t seem to figure out how to rebuild our economy? If so, I have the […]

by February 15, 2019 News
Australian Senator Pauline Hanson

Australian Senator Moves for Breaking Up the Banks

Feb. 15, 2019—The issue of Glass-Steagall-style separation of the too-big-to-fail (TBTF) banks is once again before the Australian Parliament. On February 12, One Nation leader Senator Pauline Hanson introduced the Banking System Reform (Separation of Banks) Bill 2019 into the Australian Senate. Her motion was as follows: “That the following bill be […]

by February 15, 2019 News Shorts
Congressman Jones at a press event in 2015

In Memoriam for Congressman Walter B. Jones

By Nancy Spannaus Feb. 13, 2019–The U.S. Congress lost one of its most honorable members on February 10, when Congressman Walter B. Jones, who represented Eastern North Carolina in Congress for 34 years, died in Greenville. While elected as a Republican, Jones was well-known as an independent voice, who was […]

by February 13, 2019 News