In July 2011, a partial audit of the Federal Reserve as authorized by Congress revealed an unprecedented $16.1 trillion in unreported loans to U.S. financial institutions and foreign financial institutions.
On December 29, 2010, Herman Cain flatly denied the need for a Federal Reserve audit.
Herman Cain served as the Deputy Chairman (1992-1994) and Chairman (1995-1996) of the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
"The real significant finding in this data is not so much who the frontrunner is at this point - Governor Romney has been the front runner in this field for a while - but who is NOT in the top tier,” said Patrick Griffin, Senior Fellow at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics.
In New Hampshire you can vote in the GOP primary if you are UNDECLARED but not if you are third party or Dem or the 'Independent PARTY' etc. In NY you have to be GOP.
Voter registration info links are here:
Video from Dr. Paul's interview with NECN in NH on Friday:
Why haven't I heard about this until now? Spread the word. It's the message that is important not the speaker(Morris).
Kevin Kervick has been writing some great stuff in the Manchester Independent Examiner (New Hampshire):
It looks like Hillsdale College might be starting to recover from it's long affliction of neoconservatism. A bright young sophomore helps to shed some light:
The outspoken Congressman talks jobs and his recent FEMA comments.
* By Jake O'Donnell
U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) visited Salem medical solutions company Medicus on Friday morning, speaking with employees as he campaigns for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination.
Following his visit, we caught up with the outspoken Congressman and asked him a few questions.
Q: We learned today that zero new jobs were created in the U.S. last month. What role does government play in the creation of new jobs?
There is also audio. My husband and I are interviewed briefly, as well as a few other supporters.
Airing Date 08/18/ 2011
Ron Paul Interview With Cnn's Wolf Blitzer 08/18/ 2011
On a Wednesday evening with about 24 hours notice!
Time, NHPR, WMUR, Concord Monitor, and New England Cable News are there to cover the event as well.
Way to go Jared, Jordan, Brian, Kate and the rest of the NH crew!
New England Cable News was there and they did a great job covering the event.
Here, thanks to some number crunchers from the FSP who live in NH, is another way to see that NH actually did have a higher percent that one might think:
First, NO other state with a Primary shows Ron Paul Paul over 7%
New Hampshire - 8%
New York - 7%
Michigan & Tennessee - 6%
Before any results were in, Jason Sorens, FSP founder, stated:
I just got off the phone with Bev Harris of Black Black Voting. She is currently on the ground in New Hampshire. She has been working to verify the integrity of the election process for the recount that is occuring on both the Democratic and Republican sides.
However, we urgently need observers to videotape and photograph the process. Unfortunately, it's becoming clear we will be unable to do this without trusted volunteers and the necessary resources.