Free Trade is Expensive -Importance of Being Debt Free – Dr. Richard Proctor – Full Show – 5/27/2020

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Dr. Richard Proctor joins Doug Hagmann to talk about Free Trade and why it’s far from free. A real-life example is discussed in the context of our coffee packaging. Additionally, the importance of being debt-free and how to achieve that objective. The role of precious metals, the erosion of our rights and more, including governmental order made invalid by 18 USC Section 242 – Deprivation of Rights Under Color of Law (https://www.justice.gov/crt/deprivation-rights-under-color-law).

 

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- Douglas J. Hagmann has been a licensed investigator in the private sector for the last 30 years. As a private detective, Hagmann has worked well over 5,000 cases and is recognized as a surveillance specialist. He has worked as an informational and operational asset for various federal and state law enforcement agencies.