"There is no ruler who can compare in virtue with a condition of non-rule" -Pau Ching-yen

I just learned that Peter Schiff is now a regular on CNBC Fast Money. With twice-a-week appearance. The free market needs a voice and who better than Peter Schiff? I’ll quote his e-mail message to his subscribers in full:

Dear Clients and Friends:

Due to your support and viewership, CNBC’s Fast Money has invited me to become a regular guest on their show. I will appear twice weekly, Tuesday and Thursday, whenever my schedule permits. The show runs from 5-6pm EST, and I may appear at any time during the hour.

This is a huge boost to friends of the free market everywhere, and a demonstration of our increasing influence. While we believe in the principles of economic liberty, television networks must respond to ratings first. The fact that CNBC has given me a regular opportunity to share the free market viewpoint is a great credit to that organization, but it’s up to you to reward them for promoting commentators that speak truth instead of propaganda.

People who oppose the current economic drift in Washington and who abhor the phony advice offered by many Wall Street commentators can take action by tuning in to CNBC every Tuesday and Thursday at 5pm Eastern.

We need to boost their ratings so they boost our message. It’s that simple.

My supporters know that I am not a stock pumper or crony capitalist. I m out there trying to present basic economics to Americans so that our country can prosper. CNBC has given me a good platform. Let s build on it. Thanks for your support.

Cordially,

Peter Schiff

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