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Former Ron Paul Monetary Staffer on new Fed Bill: its defects are severe

 
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Former Ron Paul Monetary Staffer on new Fed Bill: its defects are severe

Paul-Martin Foss, Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s aide for Monetary Policy from 2007-2012,  is now the founder and President of the Carl Menger Center for the study of Money and Banking. The Menger Center’s mission  is “…to preserve and expand upon Ron Paul’s legacy in the field of monetary policy. The Center exists to […]


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Ron Paul on Yellen Testimony: Deja Vu all over again

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul released the following statement on Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s testimony before the House Financial Services Committee: “Janet Yellen’s testimony before the House Financial Services Committee was, in the famous words of Yogi Bera, ‘Deja vu all over again.’ Once again, Yellen ignored all the evidence that […]


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Bipartisan group of lawmakers urge McCarthy to hold vote on Audit the Fed

Today, a bipartisan group of lawmakers sent a letter to House Majority Whip and House Majority Leader-elect Kevin McCarthy, urging him to take action on H.R. 24 “Audit the Fed.” Congressman Paul Broun (R-Ga), the lead sponsor of H.R. 24, penned the letter, which was signed by 22 fellow House Members. HR 24 Audit the […]


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Audit the Fed Letter to Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling

This morning, I sent a letter to Chairman Hensarling calling for a vote on Audit the Fed. Read it in full below. Audit the Fed – Letter to Chairman Hensarling


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LIVE BLOG: House Financial Services Committee Hearing on the Federal Reserve

Director of Legislation, Tim Shoemaker and Vice President of Policy, Norm Singleton will be live blogging the House Financial Services Committee Hearing on the Federal Reserve this morning. You can watch the hearing here. Be sure to hit refresh! 10:12 am Tim: H.R. 24 is currently assigned to two committees in the House, Financial Services, chaired by Jeb […]


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