Posts Tagged ‘end of military industrial complex

17
May
10

good schtuff from dr. paul

if only all his TV appearences were this concise…..

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27
Apr
10

classic bill maher on teabaggers and big gov’ment

30
Mar
10

and we wonder why Muslims hate us..

great video on evolution of Iran-USA relationship over 20th century…also brings up thee old inconvenient point of USA supporting Saddam Hussein’s war against Iran…

25
Feb
10

ron paul ties fed to saddam hussein in the 1980’s

maybe farfetched but wouldn’t friggin’ surprise me….

http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2010/02/24/ron-paul-on-watergate-saddam-hussein-and-the-federal-reserve/

here’s henry waxman backing up RP’s claim:

from dailypaul.com

22
Feb
10

ron paul interviewed by fox’s raddow maddow copy

20
Jan
10

ron paul on the america in 2009/10

Vodpod videos no longer available.

more about “ron paul on the america in 2009/10“, posted with vodpod

 

06
Jan
10

steve forbes 2010 predictions

nice ron paul shout out:

End the Fed–by Ron Paul (Grand Central Publishing, $21.99). When it comes to money, the mainstream media like to portray Congressman Ron Paul (R–Texas) as a gadfly. Let Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke enjoy his Time-ly accolades, because history will judge that Paul had it right when it came to the Fed and its often misbegotten monetary policies.

Paul has aroused the fear and ire of the Federal Reserve with his bill calling for the Government

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Accountability Office to audit the Fed. This tenacious Congressman makes the point that independence should not be confused with a lack of accountability. One doesn’t have to agree with Paul’s ultimate conclusion that the Fed should be done away with to realize that this powerful institution is a kingdom unto itself. The Fed can bring about depressions (many historians agree with Milton Friedman’s belief that the Fed was the chief cause of the Great Depression), horrific periods of inflation, as it caused in the 1970s, as well as the current economic crisis, which the Fed fueled with its excessive easing of monetary policy several years ago. Without the excess liquidity, the housing bubble could never have happened. Yet Congress exercises no oversight of the Fed. In fact, no one outside the Fed has the right to examine to whom it lends money or the agreements it makes with other central banks around the world.

http://www.forbes.com/2009/12/30/fact-and-comment-opinions-steve-forbes.html




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