Last Thursday, Ron Paul appeared on Bloomberg TV to discuss the Federal Reserve, placing the Consumer Financial Protection Agency under the Fed, and the need for government to stop intervening in the economy.
“…they sat in a corner and laughed at me during the presidential campaign, when the crash I said was coming came, FOX News had me on sixty times since then……………”
Congressman Ron Paul at CPAC……………enjoy!
Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason than that of blindfolded fear. – Thomas Jefferson At the risk of being redundant, I must join Michael in pointing out the sheer hypocrisy of Glenn Beck’s hatchet job of a radio…Details
Is federal government stimulus the answer to our declining economy? Texas Congressman Ron Paul discusses why government spending can’t reverse our anemic economy. Government does not create wealth or create value, this is done in the private sector by companies and individuals who take raw materials then assemble a product to create something more valuable…Details
Ron Paul on CNN’s AC360 last week talking about the public’s growing discontent with government.
Ron Paul, in a speech before the US House of Representatives, December 9, 2009 At this country’s founding, there was no government-controlled national currency. While the Constitution established the Congressional power of minting coins, it was not until 1792 that the US Mint was formally established. In the meantime, Americans made do with foreign silver…Details
Ron Paul, in the 2nd part of his recent interview on the Mike Church show (click here for part 1), talks about the constitution, foreign policy, national defense, and most importantly for this post – nullification. For years, the good Dr. has been a staunch supporter of the Constitution – and is probably the only…Details
A 1997 episode of “Conservative Roundtable,” hosted by Howard Phillips, welcomes Dr. Ron Paul, Republican Congressman from Surfside, TX. Paul talks about his run to reclaim his seat after imposing his own belief in Congressional term limits on himself, focusing on what kind of character voters are comfortable supporting. He also discusses the 9th and…Details
Writes Ron Paul: “There will be a day of reckoning when the credit stops and the bills for all this spending come due. When that day comes and politicians and bureaucrats have to deal with reality, it will be very uncomfortable to find yourself in their liability column, which is where healthcare reform will put many more Americans.”Details