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My guest today is: Byron Dale

www.wealthmoney.org

The SOLUTION to our growing debt, tax and cost-of-living problems (the American Transportation Act) proposes a return to ‘monetizing’ of production as wealth to the people rather than as debts to the people as is currently practiced. ‘Monetizing’ would be done through the government coining and printing the money to pay for the building and maintenance of public roads, bridges and public transit systems. This is the best form of production to be ‘monetized’because building roads and bridges is an excellent way to move newly coined or printed money into commerce.In studying the Supreme Law of our Land, the Constitution of the United States of America, Byron Dale, author of the American Transportation Act, observed that Article 1, Section 8, clause 5 states that Congress was “to coin money.” and clause 7 states that Congress was “to provide …post roads.” Byron reasoned that there would be major advantages to combining the two processes.

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