If competition is supposedly "good" and monopolies are "bad" then why do we accept a monopoly when it comes to our currency?
Why do the anti-trust laws that exist for other industries do not exist for money creation? Is money a special good the requires special consideration or can it be treated like any other commodity?
Money is only useful when it is salable with other goods. We cannot eat it; we cannot live in it; we cannot wear it yet we rely on it to exchange if for these goods.
Should we be worried that monopoly control of money is destroying its value and impoverishing an entire civilization or are these unfounded worries?
Linked below is an article about how some states are starting to question this monopoly of the money supply. I, for one, am glad it is starting to get so much attention and consider monetary freedom to be at the crux of freedom for the entire human species.