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  • The Exclusive Starter Kit includes the Becoming Your Own Banker book, the Banking with Life DVD, The Places of Economics in Learning booklet, and some surprises and treats from us.
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  • Finally! A book that tells the truth about Dividend-Paying Whole Life Insurance. Exercise your imagination with this major paradigm shift. Reading the book just one time won’t do the job.
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  • Becoming Your Own Banker - The Infinite Banking Concept' is a text for a ten-hour course of instruction about the power of dividend-paying whole life insurance.... The whole idea is to recapture the interest that one is paying to banks and finance companies for the major items that we need during a lifetime, such as automobiles, major appliances, education, homes, investment opportunities, business equipment, etc
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  • This two Disc Audio CD set, (Disc 1 – 58 minutes, Disc 2- 52 minutes) is produced by Infinite Banking Concepts as a companion to the Best-selling book – Becoming Your Own Banker – The Infinite Banking Concept.
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  • Banking With Life is a documentary that covers a lot of material in under an hour. Featuring financial experts and economists, as well as testimonies of actual clients, Banking With Life is the definitive primer on what the The Infinite Banking Concept™ is, and how anyone can use it to build wealth and experience financial freedom.
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  • In this great book, Nelson Nash provides another generous helping of his inimitable wit and financial wisdom. Longtime fans will recognize the themes, but will be delighted by new material and insights.
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  • What if there was a solution to government intervention and our current money madness? Would you hesitate one minute in wanting to know what it is? Of course not! No one would.
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  • How To Secede From Our Current Monetary Regime One Household At A Time...
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  • Frederic Bastiat (1801-1850) was a French economist, statesman and author. He did most of his writing during the years just before and just following the Revolution of February 1848 in France. This was the period during which France was turning to Socialism. "The Law" is here presented again because the same situation was perceived to being transpiring in American in 1950, when this translation was first published. The explanations and arguments then advanced against socialism by Mr. Bastiat are were equally relevant for many Americans in the 1950s.
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  • Mises discusses the relationship between economics and economic history.
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  • Murray Rothbard was known as the state's greatest living enemy, and this book is his most succinct and powerful statement on the topic. He explains what a state is and what it is not. He shows how it is an institution that violates all that we hold as honest and moral, and how it operates under a false cover. He shows how the state wrecks freedom, destroys civilization, and threatens all lives and property and social well being, all under the veneer of "good intentions."
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  • Many current economic commentators across the political spectrum have credited Hazlitt with foreseeing the collapse of the global economy which occurred more than 50 years after the initial publication of Economics in One Lesson. Hazlitt’s focus on non-governmental solutions, strong — and strongly reasoned — anti-deficit position, and general emphasis on free markets, economic liberty of individuals, and the dangers of government intervention make Economics in One Lesson, every bit as relevant and valuable today as it has been since publication.
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  • Leonard Read illustrates the division of labor in this classic essay from the viewpoint of a common pencil–an item nearly everyone uses, but no one person can make cheaply by himself.
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  • In this book,  Dr. Cleveland clearly lays out the important foundational issues that policy makers sadly miss or deviously seek to mask.
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  • Individual freedom and liberty are fundamental principles upon which a good society is based. Regrettably, those principles have been under attack for over one hundred years around the globe. The notion that paradise on earth can be achieved by using government has led to the spread of tyranny and despotism. Dr. Clarence B. Carson originally explained this truth in his 1978 book, The World in the Grip of an Idea. Proponents of the idea often argue that freedom promotes the worst kind of human behavior and, therefore, must be rejected if moral human action is to prevail. They argue that liberty in general and free enterprise in particular promote jealousy, envy, and greed. In their opinion, life on this planet would be better served if we substituted government control over individual human action. The assumption is that such a collectivization of life would promote the highest level of virtuous living amongst us. But, this assessment is simply wrong. This book explains the history, and devastating results of policies developed in the grip of this idea.
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  • Clarence Carson’s classic economics text, updated and expanded. Easier to use! Includes expanded study guide and index. Key terms highlighted in the text.
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  • This 415 page HB book chronicles the development of the foundational principles upon which our culture is established. This culture has been profoundly shaped by Christianity. It has allowed the people living within it to flourish to a greater extent than any other in human history. Today there are forces at work within our own educational institutions that are seeking to destroy this culture by denying its very foundational principles.
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  • Mullins presents some bare facts about the Federal Reserve System with subjects on: it IS NOT a U.S. government bank; it IS NOT controlled by Congress; it IS a privately owned Central Bank controlled by the elite financiers in their own interest. The Federal Reserve elite controls excessive interest rates, inflation, the printing of paper money, and have taken control of the depression of prosperity in the United States.
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  • Compilation of American martyrs fully documented from government files. Illustrated with facsimiles of documents.
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  • The first codifications of law recorded in civilization acknowledged the importance of law to our human systems. Noah enjoined his sons to observe justice, to cover the shame of their flesh, to bless their Creator, to honor their father and mother, and to refrain from iniquity and uncleanness. These principles were later refined into the form in which we know them, the Ten Commandments. Man's very existence was predicated upon his obedience to the Law of God. Tradition maintains that this law was formulated as a verbal acknowledgement of the covenant between God and His People. It entailed consideration from both parties, and thus was a legal and binding contract according to the established principles of law. However, this Covenant did not encompass all of the known population of the world, but merely that group known as God's People, the People of Israel. As chronicled in Genesis, the first book of the Bible, Man, that is, Adam, was ruddy of complexion. This ruddiness was the conscious reminder of his dedication to upholding the Law of God. Whenever he transgressed this law, he would blush, in conscious acknowledgement that he had been disobedient. The blood would rush to his face, in a visible blush, as the mark of his disobedience and the reminder that he must fulfill the Law.
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  • Compilation of American martyrs fully documented from government files. Illustrated with facsimiles of documents.
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  • Blind Faith offers a cleverly simple yet revolutionary approach for managing investments in this perpetual high-risk environment.
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  • Pensions in America as we know them today began during World War II. Before that time the idea was practically non-existent. Everything was "frozen" during the war. When you went to buy gasoline it didn't matter how much money you had. The limiting factor was the A, B, or C sticker on the windshield of your car. Some government bureaucrat determined how much you "needed." When the housewife went to buy groceries, there were "ration points" that determined how much meat she could buy, how much of the other staples of life, etc, etc." A Socialist's paradise! The same idea applied to wages - they were "frozen". Under such an environment, how can you give someone a pay raise without "giving a pay raise"? Benefits, of course!! This was also a function of the IRS Code, which began in 1913. The monster has accelerated and now the inevitable results are beginning to manifest themselves. Pension plans and all other such "IRS qualified plans" are self-destructing. Not long after WWII, in 1950, Paul Poirot of the Foundation for Economic Education wrote a little book, THE PENSION IDEA, in which he demonstrated that the idea would never work. His prophecy is now apparent.
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  • (Book 6 of the series) People throughout the world strongly disagree on many things, yet there is one universal principlea Golden Rule as its often called upon which many people do agree: we should treat others the way we want them to treat us.
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  • (Book 7 of the series) In a world filled with consumers, what happens if the producers give up and leave? And how can people better practice personal responsibility and not have a sense of entitlement about the things they think they deserve?
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  • (Book 2 of the series) Based on the famous essay ""I, Pencil"" by Leonard Read, this installment of the Tuttle Twins children's book series helps young kids learn about the free market.
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  • (Book 3 of the series) Join the Tuttle twins in their exciting third adventure as they uncover the mystery of how a powerful creature is stealing their grandparents hard-earned savings, and how they can fight back to protect the money they make in their family business!
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  • (Book 1 of the series) Children are often taught that government protects our life, liberty, and property, but could it be true that some laws actually allow people to hurt us and take our things?
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  • (Book 4 of the series) Disruptive businesses often fight against their crony competitors and their allies in government. Ethan and Emily witness this firsthand with their food truck friends as they embark on a campaign to win public support and overturn the laws that shut them down.
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  • (Book 5 of the series) History abounds with examples of government officials making decisions, well-intentioned or otherwise, that harm others. Unfortunately, these unintended consequences are never anticipated and rarely considered once they occur. As the Tuttle Twins find in their latest adventure, central planning can ruin peoples lives.
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