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Why the 2,776 NSA Violations Are No Big Deal

 
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Why the 2,776 NSA Violations Are No Big Deal

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk regarding last week’s revelations that the National Security Agency has “inadvertently” spied on American citizens: Thanks to more documents leaked by Edward Snowden, this time to the Washington Post, we learned last week that a secret May 2012 internal audit by the NSA revealed […]


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Federal Reserve: A 100-year-old failure

Sense on Cents blogger Larry Doyle examines the Federal Reserve’s record of fomenting economic instability and eroding the value of the currency. The Fed’s record of failure shows why Congress needs to reconsider the wisdom of entrusting monetary policy to a secretive central bank. A good first start would be to pass Ron Paul’s Audit the […]


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Taxpayers pay for Fed’s printing errors

Courtesy of The New Yorker comes news that a printing error is forcing the Fed to return more than thirty-million dollars’ worth of the “new” $100 bills. This is not the first printing error made in  creating the new bills, which were supposed to be introduced in early 2011 but now will not be circulated […]


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Investors Doubting the Dollar

More evidence of the Federal Reserve’s inflationary polices destructive impact: fear of how “QE 3, 4, 5,” will impact the dollar’s value is causing investors to abandon the dollar. A weak dollar will lower almost every American’s standard of living, yet the American people are forbidden from learning the truth about the Federal Reserve’s operations. […]


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Why Are We At War In Yemen?

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on the follies of US intervention in Yemen: Most Americans are probably unaware that over the past two weeks the US has launched at least eight drone attacks in Yemen, in which dozens have been killed. It is the largest US escalation of attacks […]


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