In this video, Dr. Paul cuts to the chase by pointing out that Obama is really making an argument for more and bigger government, while attempting to camouflage it behind fanciful (perhaps one could say “Orwellian”) rhetoric.
Though it seems to fall on deaf ears, Dr. Paul continues to drive home the fact that central planning does not work and that it’s time to liquidate the bad debt.
Dr. Paul continues to try and educate his fellow Congressmen regarding Israel, Palestine, how Hamas came into being and why we should never have gotten involved in the first place.
Surprised that Dr. Paul didn’t make it to the recent hearing Congress had with the automaker CEOs, Neil Cavuto questions Congressman Paul about the impending auto industry bailouts. Dr. Paul’s answer as to why he wasn’t there-
“I know all the answers they’re going to give me, and they’re not going to entertain a serious approach to what they ought to be doing.”
The 2008 Mises Institute Supporters Summit
The Gold Standard Revisited
This past weekend was a chance for many of the Mises Institute’s supporters to get together, get familiar, and get updated on the Austrian tradition’s interpretation of recent events. The focus of this weekend seminar was on the gold standard, and the increasingly desperate need for sound money in today’s fiat fiasco of an economy. Speakers, local and international, delivered the message of monetary sanity to the supporters and students in attendance, as well as those who tuned in around the world via Mises.org. Talks were given by many of today’s
CNN is reporting that Palin is ready to “bust free” of the constraints placed upon her by the struggling McCain campaign and all I have to say is, “Thank goodness!”
You know it’s getting close when a 20-year incumbent needs to attack his opponent, and his political ideology, head on. Anyone who’s in office for that long should be able to stand on the merits of his own record, rather than launching attacks. Here is an excerpt from a letter that he recently sent out to his supporters.
Dr. Paul laments Greenspan’s departure from the free market principles he once stood for and what effect the November election will have on the future of the Republican party.
You know that I don’t mince words and I don’t back down in fighting a federal government that has far exceeded the confines of our Constitution. I could use some help in the House, and that’s why I’m asking you to support my friend Tom McClintock.
You may remember when he stood up to the liberal Republican establishment in California and took on Arnold Schwarzenegger during the recall election in 2003. This guy will stand and fight, and we need him in the Congress. Tom has said that he expects our federal government to protect our borders and to preserve our individual freedoms as Americans. And beyond that, he wants it out of our pockets, away from our families and out of our faces. That’s my kind of candidate.
He’s facing the Daily Kos and DCCC fundraising machine, and he’ll need our financial help on his side.
While the Fed keeps on adding zeroes to its balance sheet in order to carry on with its monthly purchase of $85 billion in bonds, Americans become increasingly skeptical of the Federal Reserve chairman’s overbearing power over the country’s economy.
The monetary policy known as Quantitative Easing hasn’t improved economical growth. Its impact is mainly negative to common Americans who are affected by the overall price increase caused by the devaluation of our currency. We are becoming increasingly dependent on Wall Street for economic boost and entrepreneurs, the only job creators we should be supporting, are not as confident as they could be thanks to the heavy-handed governmental interference.
According to the latest Rasmussen Report, 74% of Americans support auditing the Federal Reserve precisely because of the failure of its latest policies. They also want the results of the audit to be made public.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) could put these recent reports concerning the public support to good use to pressure a vote on the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, legislation that was first introduced by his father, former congressman Ron Paul (R-TX), that would audit the central bank. On October 29th, the senator from Kentucky announced he was planning on placing a hold on the new Fed chair nominee Janet Yellen to try and force a vote on his bill.
The bill would increase transparency at the central bank by authorizing the Government Accountability Office to investigate how the central bank implements its monetary policy.