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Investors Should Demand an Audit of the Fed

So says Denis Kleinfield at Newsmax: Who needs to operate in secrecy? The Federal Reserve, Wall Street and the government. But who gets audited? Investors. Just this last week, however, proposals were introduced into Congress to audit [...]

Former GAO Officials Say, Yes, We Can Audit the Fed!

Opponents of the Audit the Fed legislation claim that allowing the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to Audit the Fed would somehow "politicize" the Fed by giving Congress power to dictate monetary policy.  The Wall Street Journal's [...]

Ron Paul Testimony Before the Senate Banking Committee

Ron Paul reads his written submitted testimony to the Senate Banking Committee hearing on Federal Reserve Reform on March 3, 2015 Testimony of Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee Hearing [...]

Yellen: Don't Audit Me!

This Tuesday, the Senate Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs Committee will hold a hearing titled "Federal Reserve Reform." Unfortunately, Audit the Fed (S. 264), despite its massive popularity among the American people, isn't on the [...]

Federal Reserve in "Deep Panic" Over Audit the Fed

And they should be... Christopher Goins, writing at The American Spectator, writes about Federal Reserve  Governor Jerome Powell's recent speech at Catholic University and the Fed's campaign against Audit the Fed. Goins quotes yours truly [...]

More Americans wising up to who benefits from Obamanomics

According to a new Pew Research Center Poll, 66% of Americans believe that President's Obama's polices have benefited the rich, not the middle-class (H/T: The Daily Caller): Sixty-six percent of Pew’s 1,504 respondents say “government [...]

Don’t Be Fooled by the Federal Reserve’s Anti-Audit Propaganda

In recent weeks, the Federal Reserve and its apologists in Congress and the media have launched numerous attacks on the Audit the Fed legislation. These attacks amount to nothing more than distortions about the effects and intent of the audit [...]

Is the Fed Arguing in Bad Faith?

Paul-Martin Foss examines the Fed's claim that the Audit the Fed bill would allow Congress to dictate monetary policy and let Congress  "look over the Fed's shoulder" in real time, to see if the Fed's claims have any credibility (SPOILER ALERT [...]

Why does the Fed fear an Audit?

Seth Lipsky of the New York Sun wants to know: Yellen dug in her heels Tuesday, when she appeared before the committee and was asked about Sen. Rand Paul’s Federal Reserve Transparency Act. She said she wanted to be “completely clear” that [...]

Does Fed Leverage and Asset Maturity Matter?

CATO's Mark Calabria examines whether the American people should be concerned about the Federal Reserve's balance sheet and whether those concerns are one more reason why Congress should pass the Audit the Fed (SPOILER ALERT: IT DOES): Debate [...]