Andy Gause is one of the most respected monetary historians and contemporary experts on the American and international banking systems. Andy has a tremendous understanding of our monetary and economic systems and has attracted a wide following with over 1,000 TV and radio appearances. Andy publishes a newsletter and has authored two books.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 2/9/96 when money expert Andy Gause spoke about the national debt, the deficit, gold, investing, and the secret history of money. ... More »Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
In the first half of the program, monetary historian Andy Gause joined Ian Punnett to discuss the serious ramifications if states start filing for bankruptcy protection. In the third hour, journalist Adam Fergusson talked about what caused the German financial collapse in the 1920s and what can be learned from it today. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Monetary historian Andy Gause joined Ian Punnett to talk about America's gold reserves, which are reportedly stored at Fort Knox and other secure facilities. In the first hour, Ian spoke with acclaimed filmmaker, critic, and teacher Peter Bogdanovich about his career, recent film project, Abandoned, and trends in movie making. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
C2C science advisor, Richard C. Hoagland discussed how a current NASA return to the Moon has already led to a major new confirmation of the "lunar dome model," and shared evidence for the existence of a "secret space program." First hour guest, financial expert Andy Gause offered commentary on the current economic landscape. ... More »Host: George Noory
Investment adviser Catherine Austin Fitts was joined by financial commentators Bill Murphy (2nd hour) and Andy Gause (3rd hour) to discuss the current state of the economy, bailouts, and how fraud and manipulation are at the root of our financial turmoil. We've been draining value out of the real economy, and the proposed bailout will just funnel investments into propping up the bubble, said... More »Host: George Noory
Alternative media activist Alex Jones discussed the pending economic collapse and its relation to the New World Order. Several years ago, he warned that banks were planning to artificially implode the subprime mortgages, and now we've seen that come to pass. A thousand trillion in fake assets were leveraged out by select international private banks, who used the "false paper" to buy up... More »Host: George Noory