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Ron Paul Statement on Bernanke Hearing

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Ron Paul, Campaign for Liberty Chairman, and former Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Monetary Policy issued the following statement today regarding Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s testimony before the House Committee on Financial Services: “While I certainly don’t miss Congress, where politicians are constantly trying to limit Americans’ freedom, during […]


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America is Ready to Audit the Fed

By: David Heacock A quick search this morning for articles on the Federal Reserve returned some headlines that are telling of the public’s sentiment toward the Central Bank, namely: “Federal Reserve policies hurt the poor,” “Two Awful Anniversaries: Income Tax and Federal Reserve,” and “The Real Risk-Takers Are at the Federal Reserve.” Many are skeptical […]


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Hemp: America’s Growing Opportunity

By: David Heacock The use of industrial hemp has a rich heritage in America of providing people with inventive, affordable, and sustainable solutions to the needs of society. So, why has hemp production been virtually prohibited for decades in the U.S.? Even though smoking hemp does not get a person ”high,” hemp’s biological similarity to […]


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ICYMI: Senator Paul’s SOTU Response

Senator Paul’s delivered a response to the President’s State of the Union address tonight. Below are the prepared remarks of his speech: I speak to you tonight from Washington, D.C. The state of our economy is tenuous but our people remain the greatest example of freedom and prosperity the world has ever known. People say […]


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Audit the Fed Gains Steam!

Thanks to an impressive level of grassroots advocacy from C4L members nationwide, Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed continues to pick up cosponsors in both the House and Senate. The House bill, H.R. 24, currently has 117 cosponsors, while the Senate bill, S. 209, picked up three since its introduction this week, including a high-profile cosponsor […]


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