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Proponent of Federal Reserve Secrecy complains about inflation on House floor

 
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Proponent of Federal Reserve Secrecy complains about inflation on House floor

Earlier today, Representative Chris Van Hollen (D-Md), who voted against Audit the Fed in 2012, took to the floor of the House to argue against a bill that would prohibit the CBO from assuming annual spending increases due to inflation. He even had an expensive-looking chart to go with his argument.         […]


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Freshman Representatives Haven’t Cosponsored Audit the Fed

Below is a list of Freshman Representatives who have not yet cosponsored H.R. 24, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, or Audit the Fed. If your representative is on this list, please call, email, and tweet at them to sign on as a cosponsor and urge them to push for a roll call vote on Audit […]


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The Fed at 100: It Isn’t Working

By: Michael Clayton Yesterday afternoon I attended a panel discussion at the Heritage Foundation titled, “The Federal Reserve at 100: How Well Has It Done?” The discussion was very interesting, led by 3 scholars who have extensive experience with the subject, including one former Fed employee. The panel started with an introduction from former Senator […]


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Ron Paul Statement On Yellen Hearing

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul issued the following statement today regarding Janet Yellen’s first appearance before the House Committee on Financial Services. Dr. Paul served on the Financial Services Committee during his tenure in Congress, including serving as Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Domestic and International Monetary Policy from 2007-2011 and […]


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Statement on Yellen Confirmation

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate after the United States Senate confirmed Janet Yellen to be the next Chair of the Federal Reserve: “As long as Congress allows the Federal Reserve to operate in almost total secrecy, it makes no difference who chairs one of the world’s […]


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