The Big Boys are making their moves, it won't be long now before the dollar is worthless.
Alex just mentioned that Dr. Ron Paul will be on within the hour. The Judge is also scheduled.
Here they are!
Submitted by BleuCream013 on Tue, 11/23/2010 - 14:24.
"The economy, Korea attacks & TSA: Ron Paul - Alex Jones 23/11/10"
Part 2 Below:
It might just be Ron Paul himself. He talks to Salon -- and it sounds like he's a little uneasy with Mitt and Sarah
"People ask me if I think about it, and I do," Ron Paul says, talking about the possibility of making another presidential run in 2012. "I haven’t decided. It is going to be several months before I need to, or expect to, make a decision like that."
SNIP--Will he run in 2012?
A decision, he adds, will come "by spring."
The political landscape, which has become markedly more hospitable to Paul's libertarian brand of Republicanism in the last two years, probably makes the idea of another run tempting. Paul's ultra-skeptical view of the Federal Reserve was, in 2008, cited as axiomatic evidence of his kookiness. Now, mainstream unease about the Fed appears to be building, most recently finding expression after Ben Bernanke’s decision to launch a $600 billion bond-purchase plan earlier this month. Even Mitch McConnell and John Boehner wrote to the Fed chairman to express their "deep concerns" about his move.
by Dr. Ron Paul
Tuesday, November 23, 2010 | The Daily Bell
The growing revolt against invasive TSA practices is encouraging to Americans who are fed up with federal government encroachment in their lives. In the case of air travelers, this encroachment is quite literally physical. But a deep-seated libertarian impulse still exists within the American people, and opposition to the new TSA full body scanner and groping searches is gathering momentum.
I introduced legislation last week that is based on a very simple principle: federal agents should be subject to the same laws as ordinary citizens. If you would face criminal prosecution or a lawsuit for groping someone, exposing them to unwelcome radiation, causing them emotional distress, or violating indecency laws, then TSA agents should similarly face sanctions for their actions.
This principle goes beyond TSA agents, however. As commentator Lew Rockwell recently noted, the bill "enshrines the key lesson of the freedom philosophy: the government is not above the moral law. If it is wrong for you and me, it is wrong for people in government suits. ... That is true of TSA crimes too." The revolt against TSA also serves as a refreshing reminder that we should not give in to government alarmism or be afraid to question government policies.
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Tom Woods interviewed by Gary Franchi before his speech in front of 450 students / general public at Illinois State University. Conversation focuses on QE2 and the coming economic calamity. The event was sponsored by ISU's YAL and Illinois C4L.
The Freedom's Phoenix Freedom Summit 2010 runs from December 3-5, 2010 at the Sheraton Crescent Resort in Phoenix. Ernie Hancock asked me to make sure that Daily Paul Readers are encouraged to register for the FreedomSummit as 'Students' so that they get the $175 rate.
The RunRonPaul.com moneybomb is nearing the 2,000 pledge mark at 1,849 total pledges.
The pledges are promises by supporters to give one hundred dollars each on a specific date that will be announced after Ron Paul has declared his candidacy for President for the 2012 election cycle. During the 2008 Ron Paul Presidential campaign, donations consistently doubled pledges meaning the RunRonPaul.com moneybomb is already set to raise over $400,000!
During the past year Ron Paul has been quoted as saying he will run if people show they would support his bid for the presidency.
Ron Paul supporters can pledge to give $100 on a moneybomb at www.RunRonPaul.com.
"OSI Systems is the owner of Rapiscan Systems which manufactures the Secure 1000, one of the most commonly used backscatter x-ray machines. And, no it is not the Deepak Chopra you’re thinking of.
OSI Systems Chief Executive Officer Joins US Presidential Visit to India