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Other Voices

In this column, we present commentary for the benefit of our readers from opinion makers and writers not associated with Euro Pacific Capital. Opinions expressed are those of the writer, and may or may not reflect those held by Euro Pacific Capital, or its CEO, Peter Schiff.
Marin Katusa
The Fukushima disaster reminded us all of the dangers inherent in uranium-fueled nuclear reactors. Fresh news yesterday about...
David Howden
Credit ratings agencies have come under fire for not being proactive enough in recognizing bad sovereign risks. Even if the...
Axel Merk
Swiss National Bank (SNB) President Philipp Hildebrand finds himself in the hot seat. SNB rules prohibit his family from...
Rod Rojas
I have to say that I share most — if not all — the goals of the honest Left, which would be embodied in a...
John S. Chamberlain
On July 13th, the President of the United States angrily walked out of ongoing negotiations over the raising of the debt...
David Theroux
In their new study, “The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: Public Sector Jobs Saved, Private Sector Jobs...
Jacob Hornberger
The doomsday crowd claims that the sky will fall in if Congress fails to raise the debt ceiling. If the ceiling isn't...
CJ Maloney
"If central bankers threw out all the data that was poorly measured, there would be very little information left on which...

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