posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 09:45 AM
Well if this was just an signing of an un enforcable "declaration" made for this conference I have no Idea, though probably as an Publicity
Surely if it breaks from the fed and the proposals were in force state wide the government money would stop also immediately, an interesting and very
quick road to civil break down?
Though I do advocate a break from the Fed the only way is at an Government level, ie the Us government printing its own money, like Kennedy & Lincoln
wanted to do, and mysteriously died ahem.
Anyhow whatever the providence of this meeting and document some interesting people were there:
Representative Phil Hart has been serving in the Idaho Legislature since 2004. He is currently in his fourth term, serving on the Judiciary Rules
Committee and the Transportation and Defense Committee.
Kenneth (Ken) R. Ivory, Esq., represents Utah's 47th District in the State House of Representatives. He has been described as "a bright mind and
articulate communicator who benefits from an enormous catalog of knowledge ... amassed from his life experience."
Curtis ("Curt") S. Bramble was elected to the Utah State Senate in November 2000. He currently serves as chair of the Interim Joint Tax & Revenue
Committee which is tasked by the recently passed Utah Legal Tender Act to: (1) study the possibility of establishing an alternative form of legal
tender for the payment of debts, public charges, taxes, and dues within the state; (2) recommend whether legislation should be drafted to establish an
alternative form of legal tender; and (3) prepare any monetary reform legislation for consideration by the Legislature during the 2012 General
Dr. Olivier Ledoit obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from Ecole Polytechnique in Paris, France in 1990, a Master’s Degree in Economics
and Statistics from ENSAE (Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique) in Paris in 1992, and a PhD in Finance from MIT
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1995.
From 1995 to 1998 he was a Finance Professor at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management. He then moved from academia to industry and joined Credit
Suisse First Boston, becoming Managing Director and Head of Global Statistical Arbitrage in the Equity Proprietary Trading Division, based in London
(Great Britain). He took early retirement from CSFB in March 2008 to become Permanent Research Fellow in the Economics Department of the University of
Zurich. Dr. Ledoit still serves on the Systematic Trading Advisory Board of Credit Suisse Asset Management.