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Anonymous, The Fed, and Mixed Feelings
By: Barry Belmont

I’m not entirely sure how I feel about this latest proclamation from Anonymous. While I am very much in favor of the dismantling of all the institutions they have listed, I’m not entirely sure the stated reason (massive wealth disparity) is an appropriate reason. Huge gains in wealth are not necessary bad things and often [...]

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Visualizing the Rate of Federal Spending
By: John Russell
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Dems Block Vote to Audit the Fed
By: John Russell

Here’s background on what is going on, taken from the Campaign for Liberty Newsletter: July 6, 2009 Dear Friend of Liberty, Earlier today, the first shot in our battle to pass Audit the Fed through the U.S. Senate was fired on the Senate floor by Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina. Senator DeMint, who has [...]

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Ron Paul’s HR 1207 Gains Majority Sponsorship!
By: John Russell

Just moments ago, Ron Paul’s congressional office posted a press release stating that HR 1207 has received its 218th cosponsor – which is the critical number needed to force a vote on the floor.  In fact, the list has grown up to 222 representatives.  This is quite exciting to finally begin the process of dismantling [...]

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If Dina Titus Can Support HR 1207, Can’t You?
By: John Russell

For those that may not know, HR 1207 is the Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009 which will amend title 31, United States Code, to reform the manner in which the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System is audited by the Comptroller General of the United States and the manner in which such [...]

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