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“Speed Bump” Yellen?

 
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“Speed Bump” Yellen?

Ben Bernanke was known as “Helicopter Ben” because of his infamous statement that he would through money from helicopters in order to “stimulate” the economy. So what should we call Janet Yellen? Town Hall columnist Phillip Bartling suggests we call her Janet Yellen “Speed Bump” Janet because in 2005 she said that the deflation of […]


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Forbes Magazine: Call Congress in support of Audit the Fed

Forbes Contributing Perianne Boring writes about the efforts to block Janet Yellen’s nomination as Federal Reserve Chair unless and until Harry Reid allows a vote on the Audit the Fed legislation.  Campaign for Liberty is leading the effort to make the Senate vote on and pass Audit the Fed before considering Janet Yellen’s nomination. One partiality […]


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After 100 Years Of Failure, It’s Time To End The Fed!

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on the Federal Reserve’s hundred years of devaluing the currency and enriching special interests and facilitating the growth of government. This column is particularly timely, as the Senate may began debate on Janet Yellen’s nomination to chair the Federal Reserve board this week. […]


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Hobby Lobby Case Is About Rights, Not Contraceptives

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on the significance of Hobby Lobby’s lawsuit challenging Obamacare’s mandate that employer-proved health insurance plans cover contraception and abortion.  Under Dr. Paul’s leaderhsip, Campaign for Liberty will continue to work to repeal Obamacare. One of the most important cases the US Supreme Court […]


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SBA spends tax dollars to promote Internet Sales Taxes

The Obama administration recently used your tax dollars to advocate for the “Marketplace Fairness Act,” more accurately called the National Internet Sales Tax Act. The push came in the form of a taxpayer-funded “study” by the United States Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy pended by   two pro-Internet tax economists from the University of Tennessee. The SBA […]


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