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Audit the Fed Surpasses 218 Cosponsors

 
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Audit the Fed Surpasses 218 Cosponsors

Today, Campaign for Liberty announced that H.R. 24, Ron Paul’s “Audit the Fed” bill, which was reintroduced this Congress by Rep. Paul Broun (R-GA), is now cosponsored by a bipartisan majority of the House of Representatives for the third Congress in a row.  Audit the Fed calls for a full audit of the Federal Reserve. “I […]


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Yellen: Print More

Speaking today in front of the Joint Economic Committee of Congress, Janet Yellen called for continued action from the Fed to prop up the struggling US economy. From Bloomberg News: “A high degree of monetary accommodation remains warranted,” Yellen said today in testimony prepared for delivery to the Joint Economic Committee of Congress. “Many Americans who want […]


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Food Freedom, it does a body good!

The Food Freedom movement is getting a lot more attention these days, in particular for the bipartisan nature of the effort. In a recent article in The American Conservative magazine titled “Locavore Revolution,” Joel Salatin was quoted saying, “If there’s one bipartisan bridge, it’s food. Because everyone has to eat. The message is really community.” The […]


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Throwback Thursday: Ron Paul Lives, Will Fed be Dead?

Shortly after reintroducing Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill, Representative Paul Broun spoke to World Net Daily about the bill. Congressman Broun also released the following statement after he introduced the bill: “I first want to thank Congressman Ron Paul for his tireless and unwavering dedication to auditing the Federal Reserve.  His efforts paid off […]


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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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