Perhaps one of the only bright spots in the Irish economy is the prospect that they might recover some of their damaged monetary strength by creation of new Irish public banks. After the European Central Bank had its way with stripping the country of its financial underpinnings through more
speculative misbehavior by the global big banks, Ireland, like Greece and Cyrus, is on the ropes, doomed to debt slavery well into the future.

Ellen discusses her recent trip there and talks with some of the citizen leaders who are moving the prospect forward, and she also reports on a surprisingly positive review of North Dakota’s public bank by none other than the Wall Street Journal! 

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