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  The Liberty Dollar IS Liberty
Liberty Dollar can change that frustration into success because we are striking at the root of evil instead of hacking at the branches as Thoreau put it.
Liberty Dollar is more than an inflation-proof investment in a valuable commodity -- it's an investment in a strong economy for your community.
The Liberty Dollar, on the other hand, will escalate in value, keeping its value head-to-head with foreign currencies because it is not based on the "good faith and credit of the US government." That basis has disappeared and there is little hope that it will be turned around in time.
www.the7thfire.com /Liberty_Dollar/liberty_dollar_IS_liberty.htm   (2940 words)

  
  Liberty Dollar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Liberty Dollars are specially-minted.999 pure silver rounds and.9999 pure gold rounds, as well as silver certificates and gold certificates sold as "warehouse receipts," which can be redeemed for gold and silver Liberty rounds.
Liberty Dollars are officially accepted in a handful of merchant locations around the country.
According to NORFED, its Liberty Dollar currency was submitted to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing for review, which verified that the Liberty Dollar is not an attempt to counterfeit under 18 USC 3056.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Liberty_Dollar   (2383 words)

  
 Liberty Dollar - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
By buying a Liberty Dollar, a person is exchanging one US dollar for an amount of private currency declared equivalent to 1/10th of an ounce of silver or 1/500th of an ounce of gold.
Liberty Dollar Associates and merchants can get the currency at a market-driven exchange rate for less than USD$1, depending upon the spot price of silver at the time of exchange.
As with all forms of private currency or corporate scrip, including air miles, acceptance of Liberty Dollars is at the option of the merchant, and at an exchange rate to be determined by the contracting parties.
www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/l/i/b/Liberty_Dollar_26f8.html   (1865 words)

  
 Liberty Dollar Bill Act Back on Track -- 03/01/1999   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
It's called the Liberty Dollar Bill Act, a creation of students from Liberty Junior High School and Patrick Henry High School in Hanover County, VA. If enacted into law, the back side of the One Dollar bill will list portions of the United States Constitution.
The idea began in an effort by Liberty Civics teacher Randy Wright to have his students memorize The Preamble, The Articles and the 27 Amendments to the constitution.
The "Liberty Dollar Bill Act" has received endorsements from the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Military Order of the Purple Heart and a number of newspaper editorial boards.
www.cnsnews.com /InDepth/archive/199903/IND19990301a.html   (416 words)

  
 Liberty Dollar
Plus the Liberty Dollar is easy for merchants and customers use because it functions dollar-for-dollar with the US dollar as its "unit of account" is exactly the same.
The Liberty Dollar was specifically designed circulate in the community for the advantage of the local economy and stay in the community, so REAL money may not be deposited into a bank.
Because the Liberty Dollar cannot be whisked away, it remains in your community and circulate for the good of both the merchants and consumers.
www.libertydollar.org   (3696 words)

  
 Coin Community | US 1916-1947 Walking Liberty Half Dollar History
For the obverse of his design, Weinman chose a full-length figure of Liberty striding toward the dawn of a new day, clad in the Stars and Stripes and carrying branches of laurel and oak symbolizing civil and military glory.
Over 485 million Walking Liberty halves were made between 1916 and 1947, but they were issued only sporadically during the 1920s and early 1930s, none being minted in 1922, 1924-26 and 1930-32.
Mintages were particularly low in 1921, and the P, D and S half dollars from that year all rank among the major keys of the series.
www.coincommunity.com /coin_histories/half_dollar_1916_walking_liberty.asp   (1225 words)

  
 The United States Mint Pressroom
Depict images that are similar to United States coins, such as the torch on the reverses of the current dime coin, 1986 Statue of Liberty Commemorative Silver Dollar and 1993 Bill of Rights Commemorative Half-Dollar, and the Liberty Head designs on the obverses of United States gold coins from the mid-1800s to the early 1900s.
However, despite their misleading appearance, NORFED "Liberty Dollar" medallions are not genuine United States Mint coins, and they are not legal tender.
NORFED’s "Liberty Dollar" medallions are specifically marketed to be used as current money in order to limit reliance on, and to compete with the circulating coinage of the United States.
www.usmint.gov /pressroom/index.cfm?flash=yes&action=press_release&id=710   (554 words)

  
 Liberty Dollar
2007 Liberty Services, the organization that promotes and distributes the Liberty Dollar, has filed suit against the U.S. Mint in U.S. District Court in Evansville Indiana to enjoin the government from claiming that the use of Liberty Dollar is a 'federal crime'.
For that reason, the Liberty Dollar has filed a federal lawsuit: Liberty Dollar v Henry M. Paulson, Secretary of the Treasury, Alberto Gonzales, Attorney General of the United States, Edmond C. Moy, Director, US Mint for a declaratory judgment.
Donations are accepted in Liberty Dollars: metal, paper or digital, even those dreaded Federal Reserve Notes that pass themselves off as US dollars are accepted, and credit cards.
www.libertydollar.org /ld/legal/legalissues.htm   (1179 words)

  
 Liberty Dollar in Quixotic Bid To Replace Greenback - May 11, 2006 - The New York Sun
Backed by real gold and silver, the Liberty Dollar is created and issued by the National Organization for the Repeal of the Federal Reserve Act and the Internal Revenue Code.
He used the Liberty Dollar at several local establishments, including Grey's Papaya, a bodega near Grand Central Terminal, and Dunkin Donuts.
Degidon heard the lecture - given by regional currency officer for the Liberty Dollar, Vijay Govindan - and wanted to confirm that the currency was redeemable and was commercially viable before investing.
www.nysun.com /article/32541?page_no=1   (498 words)

  
 1916-47 HALF DOLLAR WALKING LIBERTY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
He honed his skills as a student of the famed Augustus Saint-Gaudens, and by 1915 he was widely acclaimed as one of the nation's finest sculptors.
The reverse depicts a majestic eagle perched on a mountain crag, wings unfolded in a pose suggesting power, with a sapling of mountain pinesymbolic of Americaspringing from a rift in the rock.
Other scarce issues include the 1916, 1916-S, 1917-D and S with the mintmarks on the obverse and 1938-D. Brilliant proofs were minted from 1936 to 1942, totaling 74,400 pieces, and a very few satin-finish proofs were struck in 1916 and `17.
www.coinsite.com /CoinSite-PF/PParticles/50cwalkr.htm   (1063 words)

  
 NORFED
Just imagine, while your US Dollars are losing purchasing power, the Liberty Dollar is rewarding those who have started using the new gold and silver based currency by keeping pace with inflation, caused by the decline of the US Dollar.
The important "unit of accounting" of the Liberty Dollar is exactly the same as the US dollar so it functions dollar-for-dollar with the current Federal Reserve Note (US dollar) and makes it very easy for merchants and customers to use it.
Because it cannot be whisked away, the Liberty Dollar will remain in your community - and circulate for the good of both the merchants and consumers.
www.norfed.org   (3878 words)

  
 The Liberty Dollar Bill
Wright and his students thought that replacing this strange design with an abridged version of the United States Constitution encompassing the entire Preamble and a brief description of each of the seven Articles and each of the twenty-seven Amendments would serve many educational purposes.
They called it the Liberty Dollar Bill and the legislation to require the U.S. Mint to change the design was called the Liberty Bill.
A good number of these dollar bills would be framed on walls or used as paper weights.
www.commondreams.org /views05/0618-25.htm   (791 words)

  
   Welcome to The Statue of Liberty Club (SLC)
Thank you to those who voted for the Statue of Liberty to be included as one of the New 7 Wonders of the World.
Striking images of Lady Liberty and Ellis Island where millions of immigrants first set foot on American soil are featured in vivid detail throughout the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island 2007 Calendar.
The DVD of the Statue of Liberty and the struggles of ordinary citizens to raise money to finance her construction.
www.statueoflibertyclub.com   (385 words)

  
 Liberty Dollar
THE LIBERTY DOLLAR: Offers a simple, proven, positive and profitable solution to the ills fostered by our country's fiat monetary system.
Please protect your money, amaze your friends and family, and show your support for the ideals the Liberty Dollar represents.
FREE SOLUTION BOOK: Please call the office: 888.LIB.DOLLAR (888.421.6181) and mention Reason to receive a 500 page Liberty Dollar Solution book for $5 S&H. Please click HERE for the home page.
www.libertydollar.org /ld/reason   (214 words)

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