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Posts Tagged ‘Ron Paul’
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The U.S. congressman plans to introduce a bill in 2011 that would force the claimed gold holdings at Fort Knox and the central bank in New York to be audited for the first time in almost 60 years.
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Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) on the exploitation of xenophobia and tribalism to encourage the violent violation of property rights, liberty and reason itself.
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Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) and Mises Institute President Lew Rockwell, Jr., earlier today, discussed the connection between the U.S. government’s war and monetary policy with Judge Andrew Napolitano on his FOX Business Network program, “Freedom Watch.” Dr. Paul notes that consent is manufactured for the Fed because it’s tyranny is necessary for the Republicans’ war fetish and Democrats’ welfare illusion. Mr. Rockwell notes the ‘dictatorship’ of the presidency and Washington’s quest for global domination and usurpation (5:23):
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The massive dump of U.S. military records relating to the war in Afghanistan confirms prior knowledge in some areas and shines light to other grim realities of aggressive war and occupation.
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The Pentagon has confirmed the weapons budget will grow at a rate past inflation for many years to come.
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Congress and the media further narrow the ‘Wall St. reform debate’ performance.