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It was forty-three years ago today

 
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It was forty-three years ago today

President Richard Nixon closed the gold window, ending the post-WW II “Brenton Woods” system and severing the last link between the U.S. dollar and gold. Nixon did this to “stabilize” the value of the dollar. As Dr. Phil would say, HOW IS THAT WORKING OUT FOR YOU? Nixon’s closing of the gold window was the […]


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Audit the Fed: The Time Has Come

By: Michael Clayton With Sen. Rand Paul announcing his intention to place a hold on the nomination of Janet Yellen to be the new Federal Reserve Chairman unless he gets a vote on his Audit the Fed bill, the moment we have been waiting for may have finally come. S.209 and H.R.24, The Federal Reserve […]


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Audit the Fed will dispel misconceptions about central banking

By John Watts Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is continuing the fight against the United States’ inherently corrupt, obstinate cartel banking-system by re-introducing the Federal Reserve Transparency Act (S. 209). Supporting the Federal Reserve Transparency Act is vitally important to the economic well-being of every American citizen. After all, the Fed’s policy of constant increase in […]


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