Public Banking Institute is having our 2013 conference in San Rafael (Northern California) on June 2, 3, 4 to publicly present solutions in banking and money worth tens of trillions of dollars to Americans.

You literally have nothing more valuable to attend to (registration info here, including for only Sunday evening; Monday evening is free).

Among public banking’s available benefits:

Truth in banking opens truth everywhere: The facts we’ve documented and explained show a house-of-cards “modern” system of debt-based so-called “money,” so-called “lending” (really creation of debt out of nothing), so-called “banking” (really surrendering your assets in exchange for a promise to pay), and so-called state debt (really an abundance of over-taxation as proved with CAFR data).

The tragic-comic truth in this area begs the question: where else are we being lied to?

The tragic-comic answer: it’s challenging to find an area where we are not being lied to.

The house-of-cards or “emperor has no clothes” obvious (choose your analogy) opens truth in all areas: unlawful US wars can end, poverty can end that also increases productivity, and trillions of more dollars returned in the broader economy from other areas of parasitic oligarchic behaviors “covered” from public understanding by corporate media.

Are you ready to finally live Life in the light of truth? If so, are you proud that your thoughts, words, and actions are aligned to produce that outcome? I appreciate all engaged in this challenge!

We’ll discover what we create together. The 2013 Public Banking Conference is one venue to explore, express, and create.

In context of the above bullet points:

  • Florida economist and Governor candidate Farid Khavari documents that 2% mortgages, 6% credit cards, and 3-4% commercial and vehicle loans would replace all state taxes. A floating interest rate could also cover state budget deficits.
  • California’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) shows ~$100 billion in surplus taxpayer accounts that dwarf the $16 billion budget deficit. California also has ~$500 billion in claimed “investments” for pension costs. But the state received only $1 billion net from $500 billion “invested” (one-fifth of one percent) while Wall Street investors received over $2 billion in fees. The entire state has ~14,000 different government entities with CAFR taxpayer surplus totals conservatively data-sampled at the game-changing sum of $8 trillion ($650,000 surplus assets per California household). The idea of a state budget deficit in light of this sum is tragic-comic!
  • Monetary reform creates debt-free money to directly pay for public goods and services. Because infrastructure returns more economic benefits than costs, we have astounding triple benefits: government could become employer of last resort for infrastructure investment (creating full employment), falling prices because economic output increases more than infrastructure investment cost, and the best infrastructure we can imagine. Creating debt-free money is certainly another tool to end state budget deficits (documentation hereherehere).

Each of the bullet-point topics will have its own article to explain in detail within the context of public banking, along with an open letter to economics teachers/professors, and a final call to the public for their action. Those links will be added at my hub articles at Washington’s Blog and as I complete them.