Economic HealingMindN

Here we discuss how to return to a healthy economy through holy scripture and human endeavor.

The site at Economic HealingMindN is actually built upon a pamphlet that found it’s way into my hands in the mid 1980’s. The pamphlet was entitled, “Billions for the Bankers, Debts for the People” by Rev. Sheldon Emry.

Evil Mind and Holy Life, HealingMindN actually grew out of Economic HealingMindN because this site has so many holy scripture facets, with illuminati references to it, that there just had to be some sort of seperation, otherwise, there would be an information overload for you, my visitor.

The concepts of Rev. Emry’s pamphlet are just as true now as they were back then: We need to return to the scriptural laws of economics to put the power of coining money back in the hands of every American Citizen rather than a private “federal reserve.”

We can come back from inflation, depression, and every other kind of economic depravity by simply returning to God’s Laws.


We can’t let unscrupulous banks off the hook

The notorious robo-signing scandal is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to wrongdoing by the mortgage industry. And New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is one of a handful of state attorneys general standing up to make sure the Wall Street crooks who illegally cheated millions of people don’t get a free pass.

But the Obama administration and federal banking regulators are pressuring Attorney General Schneiderman to back down and accept a settlement with the major mortgage firms that would impose no criminal penalties for breaking the law.

As the Attorney General of New York, Eric Schneiderman has a unique opportunity and a unique obligation to stand up for the victims of unscrupulous Wall Street firms. And the Obama administration and federal regulators should stop trying to strong-arm him.

I just signed a petition telling the Obama administration and federal banking regulators that I stand with Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and attorneys general like him who are fighting to hold banks accountable for criminal activity.

I hope you do too. Just click the link below.

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