I envy those of you who attended the Mises Institute’s “Birth and Death of the Fed” conference on Jekyll Island, GA. Not only did you get to learn from superb scholars and mingle with fellow libertarians, but — if your mind works anything like mine — you enjoyed imagining just what those rich powermongers were planning, so long ago, on that same island you now found yourself on. Why did they want to create the central bank? What “extracurricular” activity did they engage in following the end the formal gathering?
Though an establishmentarian drone may think the “public good” and “wholesome fun” were on the Banksters’ itinerary, liberty activist Megan Duffield knows better. She wants attendees to offer their guesses as to exactly what went down at the Fed-Forming conference. To have some fun at the expense of the bad guys, and to make light of a usually serious and even frightening issue, send your ideas in!Published in