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You Cannot Negotiate With Iran?

 
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You Cannot Negotiate With Iran?

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on why the war-mongers are wrong to say that nothing can be accomplished by negotiating with Iran. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty continues to oppose needless and unconstitutional wars: You cannot negotiate with Iran. That is what they told us for years. […]


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Can Karzai Save Us?

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s column on the difficulties the United States is having getting Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai to agree to allow the US to continue to provide his government with military and economic assistance. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership Campaign for Liberty will oppose any efforts to involve the United Sates […]


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Yellen’s nightmare

Robert Lenzner, writing at Forbes, looks at the difficulties facing the next Fed Chair. The main challenge will be liquidating the approximately $3 trillion of securities acquired by the Fed as part of Quantitative Easing (QE). Amongst the Fed’s holdings are 36% of all Treasury securities between 5 years and 10 years in maturity plus 40% of […]


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Senate should not rubber-stamp more secretive, flawed Fed polices

Mark Calabria of CATO criticizes the Senate Banking Committee for only spending one day questioning Janet Yellen before approving her nomination: Lost in Thursday’s “nuclear” attack on the Senate, the Banking Committee approved the nomination of Janet Yellen to succeed Ben Bernanke as chair of the Federal Reserve. Even without the filibuster changes, her nomination […]


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Coming soon to a bank near you: negative interest rates?

Former Treasury Secretary and one-time favorite to succeed Ben Bernanke as Fed Chair has called on the Fed to push interest rates below zero in order to “stimulate” the economy. Saint Louis Federal Reserve Chairman James Bullard has also suggested the Fed “study” this idea. Of course, all negative interests rates would do are hurt […]


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