Ron Paul's Golden Opportunity - WSJ OpEd by Seth Lipsky, Nov.17, 2010Submitted by BleuCream013 on Tue, 11/16/2010 - 20:22
"Who better to host the debate over sound money in Congress than the Fed's most persistent critic?"
"One of the most exciting features of the new Congress is the prospect that the chairmanship of a House subcommittee that oversees the Federal Reserve will go to Ron Paul. Final assignments are still being worked out, and the leadership may yet shy away from giving the position to a congressman who doesn't believe the Fed should exist. But Dr. Paul, an obstetrician, has been the ranking Republican of the Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology subcommittee, and tradition suggests he will be the next chairman..."
** UPDATE: Not sure how the WSJ Subscriber Version works(whether by cookies, or IP address), it could have a daily time limit on the link; when I initially posted the URL, the ENTIRE article in FULL was accessible. Now it seems to be limited to the paragraph I put up. Pardon the inconvenience, folks.