Our resident economist, Wayne Jett, tells why he believes the economic ideas conveyed by Ben Bernanke to students at George Washington University are fallacious.
Wayne Jett is a registered investment adviser who serves as managing principal for Classical Capital, LLC that is based in San Marino, California. A staunch proponent of monetary and tax reform, Jett recently completed and released his newest book called “The Fruits of Graft: Great Depressions Then and Now” that’s available from his website and online stores like Amazon. He is also the author of an earlier book called “A General Theory of Acquisitivity” that combines free market economics with theoretical, moral, and ethical underpinnings.
Click here to listen to an excerpt of Jett’s last appearance on the radio show on Dec. 29, 2011.
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