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Senator Rand Paul places hold on Janet Yellen nomination

 
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Senator Rand Paul places hold on Janet Yellen nomination

Tonight, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky) informed Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid that he “will object to any unanimous consent agreement or the waiver of any rule with respect to the nomination of Dr. Yellen” unless “Audit the Fed” (S.209) is brought to the floor of the Senate for an up or down vote. With nearly […]


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Rand Paul: Audit the Fed

Today in Time, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky) writes how Janet Yellen’s nomination for Federal Reserve Chair represents an excellent opportunity to shine some light on the Federal Reserve System: The Federal Reserve is structurally flawed.  The institution needs to be reformed to prevent Yellen, or any other future nominee, from using the enormous power of the […]


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Ron Paul Statement on Yellen Nomination

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia – Campaign for Liberty issued the following statement from Chairman Dr. Ron Paul on the nomination of Janet Yellen to be the next Chair of the Federal Reserve: “Many will make a big deal about the nomination of Janet Yellen to be the next Fed Chair, but the reality is, as long as we […]


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The Federal Reserve: Massive Government’s Best Friend

By Michael Clayton We are slowly learning that this shutdown is anything but a catastrophe, but many Americans are still asking themselves, “How did we get in this position?” They are learning this week that the shutdown of a part of government functions does not mean the end of the world. However, many citizens are […]


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Insider Trading at The Federal Reserve and Investment Giants?

It certainly seems that way. A new report from Reuters shows that the Pacific Investment Management Co. (Pimco) made a killing off mortgage-backed securities at the same time the firm was under contract with the Federal Reserve to implement and manage its unprecedented mortgage-backed security purchases. Based on Pimco’s asset purchases between 2008-2012, it appears that the […]


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