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Federal Reserve Steals From the Poor and Gives to the Rich

 
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Federal Reserve Steals From the Poor and Gives to the Rich

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on how the Federal Reserve’s policies of easy money and crony capitalism benefit politically-powerful special interests and big-spending politicians while hurting everyone else. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty is leading the effort to let the American people know the full truth […]


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Ex-Fed Offical: I am sorry for QE

Former Federal Reserve official Andrew Huszar, who managed what he calls “the heart of QE’s [Qunatitive Easing] bond-buying spree—a wild attempt to buy $1.25 trillion in mortgage bonds in 12 months,” has apologized to the country for QE. Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Huszar not only admits the “QE” failed to help America but was […]


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Chained CPI Chains Taxpayers

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on the proposal to rises taxes via “Chained CPI.” As Dr. Paul explains, Chained CPI underestimates the amount of inflation–even though the government is currently understating the amount of inflation as well as understating the unemployment rate. So the  government lies to us […]


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Representative Bentivolio: Congress should Stand with Rand and Audit the Fed

Representative Kerry Bentivolio (MI-11) is circulating a letter to send to the Senate in support of Rand Paul’s effort to place a hold on the nomination of Janet Yellen as chair of the Federal Reserve until Harry Reid schedules a roll call vote on Audit the Fed (S. 209). Right now, only Representatives Thomas Massie and […]


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The Future of Conservatism

In September I participated in a panel discussion on The Future of Conservatism with Steve Bannon of Breitbart.com, Lori Sanders of R Street, and Brittney Morrett or the Libre Initiative. You can watch the entire presentation here, and you can watch an edited version of my remarks here.


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