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Sacred vs Mundane? It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown

 

Would replacing our commodity-based economic model with one that prioritizes human-interest qualify to be called “Sacred Economics?”  That’s the name of a book by Ellen’s guest this week, Charles Eisenstein, a highly popular radical re-thinker of the nature of human economy. Eisenstein observes some of the inherent flaws in our economic thinking and reminds us that we are the ones in a position to create new priorities. And co-host Walt McRee speaks with Santa Fe public banking leader Nichoe Lichen of Banking on New Mexico, which this past week saw release of a very positive city feasibility study that supports creating a new city-owned public bank.

Santa Fe Symposium Speakers Gwendolyn Hallsmith and Dr. Thomas Keidel on the Tim Danahey Show

Tim Danahey set up his portable studio in the Green Room of the Banking On New Mexico Symposium to interview several of the invited speakers at the Symposium. The Symposium, whose principal topic was public banking, was held at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center on Saturday, September 27, 2014. Videos of the full program … Continue reading Santa Fe Symposium Speakers Gwendolyn Hallsmith and Dr. Thomas Keidel on the Tim Danahey Show read more…

Gwendolyn Hallsmith, Executive Director, Public Banking Institute – Interviewed by Craig Barnes

Gwen Hallsmith, Executive Director of the Public Banking Institute, was interviewed this morning (Saturday, September 6, 2014) on Our Times with Craig Barnes. Gwen points out that actions to establish state and local municipal public banks are sweeping the country. She explains how interest income that normally goes to the Wall Street banks can be … Continue reading Gwendolyn Hallsmith, Executive Director, Public Banking Institute – Interviewed by Craig Barnes read more…

Craig Barnes’ Interview of Public Banking Institute Experts

Craig Barnes, Gwen Hallsmith, Mike Krauss

Listen to Craig Barnes interview two experts on public banking, Gwen Hallsmith, Executive Director of the Public Banking Institute, and Mike Krauss, a director of the Public Banking Institute and chairman of the Pennsylvania Project–an organization dedicated to the formation of Public Banks at the state and municipal level in Pennsylvania. They recently visited Santa Fe on behalf of We are People Here! to meet and discuss, with Mayor Gonzales, City Councilors, and other civic leaders of Santa Fe, the benefits and the formation of a Public Bank for the City of Santa Fe.