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Bringing the federal government back into the limits of constitutional spending and keeping the states from taking the money from the feds must go hand in hand with these bills.
The majority of power and influence that exists in our world today lies within the grasp of five wealthy families and their descendants, many of whom were complicit in the creation of the Federal Reserve. That has led to a devaluing of real money, replacing it with fiat currency and
Article first appeared at The Free Thought Project. When mentioning the Federal Reserve, most Americans have no idea that it even exists. Those that do know of its existence think it simply sets interest rates and helps the economy — but they are wrong. And, thanks to the efforts of
What is the Federal Reserve system? How did it come into existence? Is it part of the federal government? How does it create money? Why is the public kept in the dark about these important matters? At the end of this post is a feature-length documentary film where The Corbett Report
Report: “If Trump gets Elected, Fed will almost Immediately be hit by Audits that will Reveal lots of Secret, Sinister Things”
It’s no conspiracy. The music will soon stop and the economy will take a big hit when the bubble bursts – even the timing has been chosen. The Fed has been pumping easy money and buying time with future pain for years now, but the worm is turning. Only, the
Ahead of last night’s Republican Debate, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is the latest Republican to surge behind Donald Trump. There’s a good chance that there’s one question that won’t be asked tonight by the moderators which is, “Why did Cruz miss a very important vote this past week on a
Former Federal Reserve official Bill Dudley’s recent op-ed calling for the Federal Reserve to implement policies that will damage President Trump’s reelection campaign states that such action would be unprecedented. Dudley claims the Federal Reserve bases its policies solely on an objective evaluation of economic conditions. This is an example
The US Constitution never granted the federal government authority to create a central bank. The Founders, having lived through hyperinflation themselves, understood that government should never have a printing press at its disposal. But from the very beginning of America’s founding, the desire for a crony central bank was strong.
The Federal Reserve, responding to concerns about the economy and the stock market, and perhaps to criticisms by President Trump, recently changed course on interest rates by cutting its “benchmark” rate from 2.25 percent to two percent. President Trump responded to the cut in already historically-low rates by attacking the