70 votes

The Fed is so sorry, but the gold is wet. You can't see it.


I am copying the top reply here:

"Louis Nardozi, Yesterday 07:28 PM

How can someone whose job is to investigate be so phenomenally stupid? The issue isn't whether the gold is THERE, or whether it has been adulterated. Those are straw men, deliberately brought up to mislead questioners.

The issue is, WHOSE gold is the gold that's 'there'? Is it owned by one person, or do a thousand have claim to the exact same bar? We're all certain Germany's gold is IN there - the question is, can they get it back out? Doesn't look like it, they best they can do is get a paltry 50 tons a year when they 'have' thousands here. Has it been promised as collateral? Has it been leased? Is it part of a gold swap - those same gold swaps that the FED says doesn't exist but that they have also denied FOIA requests about?

-11 votes

Doug Wead: A Mitt Romney Win?

“The time will come when the constitution and government will hang by a brittle thread and will be ready to fall into other hands but this people, the latter-day saints will step forth and save it.”

- Joseph Smith, May, 1843.

If history is any indicator Mitt Romney will win tomorrow’s election. Yes, the polls show it close and the electoral map actually tilts in President Obama’s favor but never before in history has a president been returned to power with such a dismal economic performance.

1.) Unemployment has remained high.

2.) The housing crisis remains untouched, crushing the middle class. Even the smallest tweaks expected by the real estate community within 90 days of the inauguration of Obama have been consistently ignored for the full four years.

12 votes

CNN: Tracking Ohio Ballots

Hamilton County, Ohio may be the deciding factor in this presidential race. We have been bombarded - no doubt as every one else - with flyers and candidate rallies. So attention to potential fraud is paramount.

I don't know if this video is in response to Ben Swann's special last week but this is interesting none-the-less.

Video below:

40 votes

TED.com: "Living Beyond Limits" by Amy Purdy

An Inspiring Story Of One Woman Not Giving Up And Living Beyond Limits

[TEDxOrangeCoast] - Amy Purdy - Living Beyond Limits (May 19, 2011)

Embed Here:


Something to Keep the Chin Up the Day After Tomorrow.

69 votes

Happy Moneybomb Anniversary!

Just wanted to say Happy Guy Fawkes Day. Our movement shattered records today 5 yrs ago when we raised $4.2M for Dr. Paul. This event led to the creation of the Tea Party. How fitting it is the day before the election. I want to thank everybody for all the sacrifice and contributions to the Liberty movement. I hope this serves as a reminder that we accomplished so much with so much stacked against us.

Whoever you vote for or if you vote tomorrow, keep fighting for peace, honest money and LIBERTY!


30 votes

Daily Paul interview with Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson

Gary Johnson Libertarian Presidential Candidate joins Daily Paul Radio with Kurt Wallace for ‘Daily Paul interview with Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson’ to discuss many issues facing our country: medicare, debt, undeclared wars, civil liberties and the war on drugs.

Listen to the Interview Here!

75 votes

Remember Remember the 5th of November

Video courtesy of DPer conza88, from Liberty Australia:


The Ron Paul Rabble: Political Pioneers: The three major political movements of the day are Occupy Wall St, Anonymous and the Tea Party. It might be hard to believe but the concepts and imagery in all of these movements were pioneered by Ron Paul Supporters in his 2007-2008 campaign. Ron Paul supporters use of the movie V For Vendetta and the Tea Party concept in particular, pre-date Occupy, Anonymous and the current Tea Party. These ideas were then taken by the establishment and split up, to cater to the fake left-right political paradigm.

101 votes

Ben Swann Reality Check - Friday's 1/2 Hour Election Special

Tomorrow night - Friday 11/2/12 - Ben will have a half hour election special, scrutinizing the candidates and he's going to try to have some actual undecided voters present to ask their OWN questions. He even mentioned that tonight on his newscast, about how the questions are given to people to read.

Video below:

85 votes

Media, White House owes preppers & survivalists a massive apology in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy

(NaturalNews) In the wake of superstorm Sandy, preppers are the new prophets. Those who failed to prepare are the new homeless.

For as long as we can all remember, preppers and survivalists have been derided by the mainstream media, labeled "kooks" and "wing nuts" for stockpiling food, water, ammunition, medical supplies and emergency gear. Only paranoid conspiracy theorists engage in evil preparedness activities, we were told by the sellout mainstream media, and they've convinced many that preppers may even be terrorists.

The very word "stockpiling" has been used in a derogatory manner, as if it's somehow bad for private citizens to stockpile food, medicine and emergency supplies that might save lives in a crisis. Never mind that the government stockpiles all these things for its own survival; citizens are routinely taught that stockpiling is bad!

99 votes

"The Little Government That Could" A Must-see 6 Min. Video Told So That Even A 6 Yr. -Old Gets It!

Watch this little video. Its very timely and one that you will want to pass around to those who need another little, but gentler nudge to WAKE UP! Demonstrates the illusion of choice in this 2012 election.


42 votes

Never Say Never: Gary Johnson, Humble Libertarian: Exclusive Interview

In interviewing Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate for President, I was following the advice of Ron Paul, who recently stated, "[Gary Johnson] is wonderful, and I think he's doing a good job, and I think people should look at him, and every individual should make up their own mind."

A curious thing about Johnson’s candidacy is that if you are not a libertarian – but you are liberal who believes in basic civil rights, the right to due process, personal privacy, an unregulated Internet, a peaceful foreign policy, marriage equality, and an end to crony corporatism and pro-wall street policy making, for example, then Johnson – not Obama - is much closer to you on policy, but you’ll probably vote for Obama. Similarly, if you are a conservative who believes in the Constitution, small government, free markets, balanced budgets and the Fed out of huge areas of your personal and economic life that could be better handled by yourself or even the States, then Johnson – not Romney – is much closer to you on policy, but you’ll probably vote for Romney.

If you do vote for Romney or Obama, you probably have no clue who Gary Johnson is.

37 votes

NY and NJ are at the Breaking Point, Open thread on Sandy aftermath and what happens next

What are you hearing?

I'm hearing about some desperate situations and parts of society on the verge. We are not seeing this in the news right now. I have several people reporting from Staten Island and other areas that people are cold and down to their last candles. What happens next?

Here are some photos sent to my phone from a friend:


If you know anyone that has firsthand knowledge, please post here. The Daily Paul Community wants the facts not the BS we're being fed on FOX.

107 votes

Tom Mullen: Support for Kill List and NDAA Make Both Romney and Obama Unfit for Office

by Thomas Mullen

TAMPA, November 2, 2012 – It wasn’t so long ago that the following statement could only appear in a dystopian novel or movie script:

The U.S. President has killed an American citizen without due process, without even charging him with a crime. His decision to do this has been challenged by members of neither party.

While the media-fueled frenzy goes on about how supposedly different Romney and the conservatives are from Obama and the liberals, no one even raises an eyebrow about this terrifying political development.

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