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More States Pursuing Hard Money

 
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More States Pursuing Hard Money

By: David Heacock A couple weeks ago, we saw Texas propose an initiative to move their gold from the Federal Reserve in New York City to a newly founded state bullion depository. Consideration of such a policy shows that the actions of the Fed have caused some legislatures to work to gain independence from the […]


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Beware of “benign” gun control legislation

By John Watts Don’t allow the punditry to fool you – serious gun control efforts have not lost momentum. Legislative efforts to restrict Americans from possessing firearms are not dead by any stretch of the imagination. Predictably, a few senate Republicans have bowed to the conventional narrative that something needs to be done about gun […]


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“Congress, Drones, and The Imperial Presidency”

Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk: Last week the US Senate took a break from debating the phony cuts known as “sequestration,” for Senator Rand Paul to hold a 13-hour filibuster to force the Obama administration to state whether it believes the President has the right to kill American citizens with drones on US soil. I […]


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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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Brian Doherty on what’s next for the liberty movement

In case you missed it, Reason senior editor Brian Doherty, author of Ron Paul’s R3VOLution: The Man and the Movement He Inspired, had a piece in the New York Times earlier this month on the future of the libertarian movement after Ron Paul. Now, it is inaccurate to say that the liberty movement is somehow in […]


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