Economics - page 2
By Zac Nickerson George Will recently wrote an article for the Washington Post entitled “When Bootleggers and Baptists Converge”. In the article he discusses how the State has become both sides of the Bootleggers and Baptists economic [...]
A great message, in easily sharable form:
With Janet Yellen's nomination to be the next Federal Reserve Chair hitting the Senate floor soon, C4L members should contact their senators with the following clear message: The number listed above is for the Capitol Hill switchboard, and [...]
Congressman Ron Paul took on and thoroughly rebuked the inflationists in the below speech from March 2001. A personal favorite quote from it: “Only a free market can tell us what interest rates should be or what the money supply should be, [...]
The centerpiece of President Obama's State of the Union was something he called "middle-class" economics. Not surprisingly, Obama’s definition of a “pro-middle class” economic policy is a laundry list of new spending programs and mandates. [...]
Below are the results of Monday night's 56-26 vote to confirm Janet Yellen to be the next Federal Reserve Chair. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid still refuses to hold a vote on Audit the Fed, but Campaign for Liberty will continue educating [...]
Congressman Ron Paul talked about trouble ahead and the need for sound money in this speech from May 2000, noting, "It all ends when the world wakes up and realizes it has been had by the U.S. printing press."