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Posts tagged PBI (Public Banking Institute)

Public Banking Institute News: August 24, 2016

Just Like Healthcare Needs a Public Option, So Does Banking The recent kerfuffle over private health insurance companies refusing to accommodate those with plans acquired through the Affordable Care Act exchanges has exposed a glaring issue — why don’t we have a public option to compete with private health insurance profiteers? The same could be […]

Public Banking Institute News: August 9, 2016

Five Public Banking Resources From our partners in New Mexico, New York, Seattle and Boston, here’s a glossary, a startup guide, and strategic talking points to help you with the public banking movement in your own cities and states. See them here. Ellen Brown on Greens’ Proposals to Tap Fed The nation’s central bank has […]

Public Banking Institute News: July 5, 2016

Protester demonstrating in Germany against the policies of the European Central Bank Public Banking Discussed at CA Dem Convention On June 18, 2016, Ellen Brown joined a conversation with the Business and Professional Caucus of the California Democratic Party on the topic “Big Banks and the Changing Impact on Business and the Safety of Our […]

Public Banking Institute News: June 28, 2016

  New on It’s Our Money: Control New episode of the world’s only public banking podcast: Ellen talks to Canadian statesman Paul Hellyer about debt as power; Walt speaks with Lisa Cody of SEIU about what Wall Street costs Los Angeles, and Matt makes a case for a Universal Basic Income. Listen here. Baltimore Mayoral […]

Public Banking Institute News: June 14, 2016

“A Public Bank for Santa Fe will return profits to the public rather than private investors. Therefore, it can be very conservative in its investments because it does not have to satisfy private investors’ desires for profit. It can reduce borrowing costs for local public projects and provide funding as needed and support local banks […]

Public Banking Institute News: April 13, 2016

Ellen Brown on Panama Papers & War on Savings Exposing tax dodgers is a worthy endeavor, but the “limited hangout” of the Panama Papers may have less noble ends, dovetailing with the War on Cash and the imminent threat of massive bail-ins of depositor funds. Read more here. Taibbi: Break Up the Banks Matt Taibbi […]

Public Banking Institute News: March 29, 2016

Canada to Begin Bank Bail-ins The new Canadian budget provides for bail-ins, where depositors’ money is at risk of expropriation for economic crises the depositors did not create. Watch the video here. Gar Alperowitz: Do We Need Billionaires? With worker-owned co-ops and other forms of democratic enterprise, we can create wealth without creating a super […]

Public Banking Institute News: March 15, 2016

For a Public Bank in Manchester, NH The Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen has formed a committee to investigate whether the city should establish a public bank. According to committee chair Chris Herbert: “A public bank would save a considerable amount of taxpayer money, which could be invested directly into the community without issuing […]

Public Banking Institute News: February 23, 2016

New on “It’s Our Money”: Is George Orwell Smiling? Our popular public banking podcast continues. William Engdahl discusses subversive journalism, Kevin Zeese talks about the TPP, and Matt Stannard talks about the trade-and-finance side of climate change mitigation. Listen here. Maryland House Considers Public Banking This week, the Maryland House of Delegates’ Economic Matters Committee […]

Public Banking Institute News: December 23, 2015

Twas the night before Christmas but up on Wall Street the bankers still looked  for signs of fresh meat. “Santa, give us a city that we might bleed dry with complex fixed rate swaps and a good alibi!” But when Santa arrived he was not amused at the number of cities Wall Street had abused. […]

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