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Rep. Broun (R-GA) keeps Ron Paul's anti-Fed mission Alive in new Congress

In one of his first actions of the 113th Congress, Broun introduced what has become a legislative mainstay in Congress — a bill to authorize a top-to-bottom audit of the nation’s central bank.

For years, the megaphone for Fed-bashing legislation had been carried by Paul, who built his dark horse presidential candidacies in large part on his harsh critique of the nation’s monetary policy.

But with Paul’s recent retirement, Broun is aiming to pick up where the former Texas lawmaker left off.

“I applaud Congressman Paul’s efforts. He was fighting for liberty,” Broun told The Hill Friday.
“I’m just going to stand on his shoulders and go forward in that same fight.”

Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/on-the-money/banking-financial-inst...

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Best of luck to him! I was

Best of luck to him! I was hoping Justin Amash would jump on top of this but as long as Audit the Fed has an ally, that's a great thing.

I do hope he keeps in mind the fact that Ron Paul's goal was not to "audit the Fed" but to abolish it.

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Go Mr. Broun !

"Broun has already introduced a package of bills straight out of Paul’s playbook. They include a measure to have the United States return to the gold standard and others that would outright abolish the Fed."

Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/on-the-money/banking-financial-inst...



Thanks for posting!

Broun 2014

I think he has a chance to primary Chambliss. He isn't with us on everything, but he would be a good ally.