Glen Beck's program today on real mothers who just want their country back asks who they really trust in Washington. The Answer speaks for itself.
Update: Live Stream Links: Jeff Frazee of Young Americans for Liberty sent this info along, including these links to watch & listen to the event over a live stream:
The links appear only to work with Windows media player. If you don't have it installed, especially if you're using a Mac, try this open source player which should support the format:
Ron Paul & Michele Bachman will lead a student town hall discussion at the University of Minnesota on Friday, September 25, 2009 at 7:00pm CT. This is a big day for Dr. Paul and the movement, as it is the same day as the HR 1207 hearings. Dr. Paul will fly immediately from the hearings in DC to Minneapolis for the event, so this will be his first opportunity to comment on the hearings. Jeff is trying to set up a webcast of the event so everyone can watch and hear Dr. Paul's comments. Stay tuned for more info.
Here's an article from the local press, the Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune: Paul, Bachmann to speak at student town hall at U
The event is hosted by Young Americans for Liberty and sponsored by the Minnesota Campaign for Liberty, Republican Party of Minnesota, Minneapolis City Republican Committee, College Republicans, CFACT, and Students for a Conservative Voice.
For more information, visit www.yaliberty.org
I am sick to my stomach watching this. Shades of Nazi Germany...
It's here folks it is time to prepare to resist while we still have any ability to do it.
National Guard, police, and other military units attacked American citizens with tear gas and deployed sound cannons today in response to an unpermitted protest as bedlam hit the streets on the first day of the G20 summit in downtown Pittsburgh.
we can do it here!
Ron Paul Gets His Day: The Federal Reserve’s distaste for government audits comes under scrutiny today at a hearing of the House Financial Services Committee. Texas Republican Rep. Ron Paul has two-thirds of the House behind his bill to open the Fed’s monetary policy decisions to audits by the Government Accountability Office. The Fed’s general counsel, in testimony today, will tell lawmakers that doing so would undermine the central bank’s independence and could raise consumer interest rates and U.S. borrowing costs.
This morning at 9 AM, the House Financial Services Committee committee will hold a hearing on Ron Paul’s HR.1207 bill to audit the Fed. Dr. Paul has two-thirds of the House behind his bill to open the Fed’s monetary policy decisions to audits by the Government Accountability Office.
Please be sure to call members of the House Financial Services Committee in support of Dr. Paul and this bill.
Walking downtown Pittsburgh today was like entering the Twilight Zone. The city was essentially at a standstill. Every road was edged with barricades, Blackhawk helicopters circled overhead, DHS agents with their insignia laden t-shirts and thigh holstered 9mm pistols chatted it up with National Guardsmen and walking stereotype spooks in sunglasses, suits, and earpiece radios. This was the closest thing to Martial Law that I had ever seen in my life, although I have the distinct feeling such sights will be more commonplace in the next few years. For a liberty lover like myself, this was stewed hell materialized in my cereal bowl, and I was losing my morning appetite...............
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Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
Testimony in Support of HR 1207, The Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009 House Financial Services Committee
September 25, 2009
I am speaking this morning in support of HR 1207, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act. As the Committee knows, this bill would require a full audit of the Federal Reserve by the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
On November 10, 2008, Bloomberg News ran the following headline: “Fed Defies Transparency Aim in Refusal to Disclose.” The story pointed out that the Fed was refusing to identify the recipients of trillions of dollars in emergency loans or the dubious assets the central bank was accepting as collateral. When the initial $700 billion congressional bailout was being debated last September, Fed chairman Ben Bernanke and then-Secretary of the Treasury Hank Paulson couldn’t emphasize their commitment to transparency strongly enough. But “two months later, as the Fed [lent] far more than that in separate rescue programs that didn’t require approval by Congress, Americans [had] no idea where their money [was] going or what securities the banks [were] pledging in return.”
Matthew Winkler, editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News, put it simply: “Taxpayers – involuntary investors in this case – have a right to know who received loans, in what amounts, for which collateral, and why specific loans were made.”
This has been portrayed as a trivial matter being pursued by some cynical and uppity Americans who don’t know their place. But there is no good reason for Americans not to know the recipients of the Fed’s emergency lending facilities. There is no good reason for them to be kept in the dark about the Fed’s arrangements with foreign central banks. These things affect the quality of the money that our system obliges the American public to accept.
Friday against perhaps the single most powerful entity to ever exist on the planet. They're a cabal that has fomented countless wars, overturned governments and clandestinely killed or in someway "neutralized" anyone who has ever dared cross their path. The Federal Reserve Bank is Goliath to the world.
Let us all keep Ron in our prayers tonight that he might have courage and strength and clarity to carry out the vital cause he's chosen to engage and for God to protect him and his family from the evil he is confronting.
God-speed Ron Paul!
Did Delay Dance on Ron Paul's Head? "The Republican Party was a staunch defender of the Fed against Ron Paul."Submitted by Libertexian on Thu, 09/24/2009 - 15:55
By Jonathan Allen | September 23, 2009 5:09 PM
"In 2003, Ron Paul was in line to be chairman of the Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee of this committee. Specifically and solely to frustrate Ron from being the chairman, they merged the Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy with the Subcommittee on International Monetary Policy. Ron Paul then complained to Tom DeLay, and Tom DeLay told [then-Chairman Mike] Oxley [R-Ohio] 'Don't change it' ... [T]wo years later, even though they merged the two subcommittees in the progression, Ron was then again ready to be chairman, this time of the combined one. [Then-Rep. Deborah] Pryce [R-Ohio] was dragooned to come back and assert a subcommittee chairmanship ... Ron at that point said to me, 'I guess I have to wait for you to be chairman for me to have any authority around here.' The Republican Party was a staunch defender of the Fed against Ron Paul."
The march does not have a city permit and police have declared it an unlawful assembly. They played an announcement over a loudspeaker telling people to leave or face arrest or "other police action."
Permit? The permit is the 1st amendment of the constitution. I wonder what makes all these people unlawful?
Republicans adopt Ron Paul's message with something missing
Charleston Ron Paul Examiner ~ by Rick George | Sept 24, 2009
Trouble is it won't work! One must do more than study the words of another in order to embrace a new philosophy. Beck, Palin, Romney even Ann Coulter are all now sounding like avid Ron Paul supporters, although seldom giving credit where it is due.