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In the July–August Issue

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Understanding Money
Stephen Leacock’s Lessons on Skewering Inequality
Capitalism has Failed: Five Bold Ways to Build a New World
Credit Market Debt vs. Gross Domestic Product
Take a Stand to Save Our Local Hospitals
The Dragon with Five Heads
Bond Rating Agencies Loom Like Divine Oracles
Charter Discontent Reveals Conservatives’ Incoherence
Green Leader Elizabeth May Says Democracy “Slipping Away”
Strip Private Banks’ Power to Create Money
Out-of-control Central Banks are Buying Up the Planet
Only the Ignorant Live in Fear of Hyperinflation
      
COMER LAWSUIT DONATIONS

Thank you to each and every one contributing to the COMER lawsuit.
    Although we have a separate account clearly designated “COMER Lawsuit,” the bank has refused to honour some cheques made out in this way.
    We have been instructed that donations must be made out to “COMER” or “The Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform.”
    Please include a note, or indicate at the bottom of the cheque, “Lawsuit.”
We are contacting those contributors who have been affected.

 
FEDERAL COURT DECISION,
APRIL 24, 2014

Two individual Canadians and COMER are confronting the global financial powers in the Canadian federal court. In early August 2013, the case was struck.
Decision, April 24, 2014 (pdf)
Motion to Appeal, April 24, 2014 (pdf)
Appeal, December 10, 2013 
Press Release, December 2011 (pdf)
Amended Court Filing, Jan. 2012 (pdf)
Proceedings, December 5, 2012 (pdf)

 
CONFERENCE CALL FOR TOPICS

COMER, a highly respected Canadian think tank, is pleased to announce its participation in a co-sponsored, international Internet agenda that will lead to a COMER 2014 conference. Deadlines have been extended. Read more…

 
DANGEROUS EU TREATY

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The Canadian government is about to sign a treaty with the European Union that is almost certainly unconstitutional, irresponsible and immoral. Read more…

 
COMER EMAIL UPDATE

COMER is updating its confidential email contact list in order to better inform members and Economic Reform subscribers of relevant, late-breaking news and local events. Interested parties are encouraged to send a message immediately to “COMER Email Update” cnic@on.aibn.com from their preferred email account. As ever, all preferences will be respected.

 
AN INITIATIVE!

COMER civil society organizations which work in many ways for public welfare to join us in…

A Call for Renaissance of the Bank of Canada

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