It´s Our Money with Ellen Brown “It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown” provides a unique view behind the curtain of global finance and the monetary system by one of the top experts in the field.

December 18, 2019  

2019 was the Centennial celebration of America’s only publicly-owned State Bank, the Bank of North Dakota -- a living legacy that has helped sustain that state through thick and thin.  It’s also the year that new public banks gained important ground from state governments and governors in two key states, New Jersey and California. It’s also the year that one of the Fed’s best-known leaders passed away, Paul Volker, whose administration is credited with helping solve an inflation crisis in the 1970’s, a factoid that Ellen doubts to be true. We celebrate the North Dakota history with a leisurely conversation with its Centennial historian, Mike Jacobs, whose deep knowledge of the Bank’s history provides instructive context for new public bank initiatives. 

December 5, 2019  

It turns out that laws of nature are foundational to sustainable economies. The human overlay of extractive and exploitative industries and systems ultimately leads to a demise of life systems for people and the planet, yet we celebrate “free” markets that are driven by much different principles.  Ellen reports on her discussions with bio-nutritionists about how returning to principles of natural pasturing present the best way for us to correct global warming, and Walt talks with Professor Ed Quevedo about regenerative economies that mirror biological systems of collaboration and mutual support.  


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