I remain utterly astounded by the total mendacity, not just mediocrity, of the mainstream media. Nothing they write about matters. Below really matters.
Judy Shelton may be the single most important advisor to President Donald Trump on monetary policy — along with our President's triumphs against the cabal, gaining control over the Federal Reserve, recovering stolen trillions — a gold-backed dollar, along with a balanced budget and an end to the federal income tax, will change everything. I have goose-bumps thinking about the brilliant possibilities for America the Beautiful — give me evidence-based governance on top of a gold-backed dollar, 9/11 Truth, and #UNRIG Electoral Reform Act and it is GAME OVER for the Deep State.
Sound Money Project Co-Director & Atlas Network Senior Fellow
Dr. Judy Shelton is an economist with expertise in global finance and monetary issues. She is Co-Director of the Sound Money Project at Atlas Network. Shelton is the author of Fixing the Dollar Now: Why US Money Lost Its Integrity and How We Can Restore It (2011), The Coming Soviet Crash (1989), Money Meltdown (1994), and “A Guide to Sound Money” (2010). Her international economics articles have been published by the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Washington Post, Financial Times, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, and El Economista. Shelton holds a Ph.D. in business administration from the University of Utah.
She has given expert testimony before the Joint Economic Committee, Senate Banking, Senate Foreign Relations, House Banking, and House Foreign Affairs committees. She is a former senior research fellow at the Hoover Institution (Stanford University) and was professor of international finance at DUXX Graduate School of Business in Monterrey, Mexico. She was a staff economist for the National Commission on Economic Growth and Tax Reform chaired by Jack Kemp (1995-96) and has served on the boards of Hilton Hotels and Atlantic Coast Airlines. In January 2010 she was named Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Endowment for Democracy; she is the Board s regional expert on Russia, Ukraine and Belarus and also serves on the Budget and Audit Committee.
From Jefferson's early warnings to Roosevelt's Bretton Woods and Nixon's Camp David Shock, Shelton's Fixing the Dollar Now is rooted in the need-to-know historical foundations of today's dollar crisis. Drawing on the hard-learned lessons of the late-18th century, she first makes clear, There can be no question that our nation's Founders deliberately sought to ensure that the new government…would never be able to indulge in the same monetary fraud that had brought ruin and cynicism to the individual states. And yet, Shelton argues the story of sound money in America has been an incremental slide away from these foundations in the name of political expediency. We need to end the practice of having our elastic currency serve as the default mechanism for government fiscal irresponsibility, she writes. Easier said than done? Shelton offers five complementary approaches weighed carefully and tailored for today's window of political possibility. Ranging from a reexamination of the Federal Reserve's dual mandate to a responsible return to gold convertibility, Shelton's solutions represent a bold yet well-reasoned challenge to today's leaders in Washington.