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Marilyn Barnewall - who has written 4 posts on Liberty Defense League.

Marilyn Barnewall is a career banker who received her graduate degree in Banking from the University of Colorado Graduate School of Business in 1978. She has authored seven non-fiction books about banking; two are listed at Oxford and Cambridge University libraries. Her current book, When the Swan’s Neck Breaks, details the banking problems she foresaw in 2006. Barnewall was named one of America's top 100 businesswomen in the book, What It Takes (Dolphin/Doubleday; Gardenswartz and Roe) and was one of the founders of the Committee of 200, the official organization of America's top 200 businesswomen. She can be found in Who's:Who in America (2005-08), Who's Who of American Women (2006-08), Who's Who in Finance and Business (2006-08), and Who's Who in the World (2008). She began her career in 1956 as a journalist with the Wyoming Eagle in Cheyenne. She has written extensively for The American Banker, Bank Marketing Magazine, Trust Marketing Magazine, and other major industry publications. She has been quoted in Time, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, and other national publications

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SECESSION AND A PLACE CALLED SNAKE HILL

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

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SECESSION AND A PLACE CALLED SNAKE HILL

by Marilyn Barnewall

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BULLET TRAIN BOONDOGGLE

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

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BULLET TRAIN BOONDOGGLE

by Marilyn M. Barnewall

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YOU SAY “SOVEREIGN,” I SAY “MAYBE NOT”

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

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YOU SAY “SOVEREIGN,” I SAY “MAYBE NOT”

by Marilyn Barnewall.

The solutions to State Sovereignty: Currency, monetary policy (coordinated with other states) and a State Bank that provides a distribution system for both.

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Functionally Sovereign? Or, Just Sovereign?

Saturday, June 19, 2010

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Functionally Sovereign? Or, Just Sovereign?

by Marilyn Barnewall.

What needs to be in place for a state to function without the federal government?

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