Ron Paul, Tom Woods, Jim Rogers and Judge Napolitano Take On the Fed

Ron Paul, Tom Woods, Jim Rogers and Judge Napolitano expose the Federal Reserve as a “Den of Vipers” in the latest episode of Freedom Watch.

Date: 12/21/2010

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  • srayner1946

    Two thumbs way up on this one. These gentlemen know what they are talking about. Read The Creature From Jekyll Island.

  • lumeriam

    IF the Constitution IS the RULE OF LAW then these people are TRAITORS for touching it on the basis of LIES!

  • nhwapshott

    My Keynes Hayek: The Clash That Defined Modern Economics is published in October by W.W.Norton. See website: sites.google.com/site/wapshottkeyneshayek/
    Nicholas Wapshott

  • SupportAndDefend

    Probably could be the other way around; Woods – Pres, RP – Cabinet or maybe Senator.

  • RunLiberty
  • Evidently… Jim Rogers KNOWS what he is talking about!

  • Alysean

    Evidently… Jim Rogers KNOWS what he is talking about!

  • Those actually aren’t unavoidable consequences; they would only follow if brutal suppression of dissent was beneficial to society. Of course, the problem is usually that the people deciding what’s best for society are biased and self-serving, which is what democracy is for (so that you have lots of different competing biases rather than one controlling one).

  • tifforo1

    Keynes was actually a stern critic of Marxism and of Lenin.

  • Show me the research!

    Show me the quantitative data supporting Hayek!

  • Totally agree man. He must be like “should I sell my soul for hits?” haha. Friggin Fox

  • hardtimefindingname

    It seems the constitution is nothing more than a piece of paper that keeps the lawyers fat.
    If Ron Paul does make it to the Presidency, he will still be surrounded by a bunch of good ole’ boys that laugh at everything he says. How will he achieve anything?

  • tifforo1

    Maybe I’m imagining it, but I can almost see the rap video creators’ inner conflict between letting the host agree with them and pointing out the inaccuracy and irony of the host saying both sides should be portrayed fairly while comparing Keynesianism to the Soviet Union. It’s like, “should we let this guy praise us at the cost of letting him twist what we say to suit his propoganda?”

  • dnlbrm

    Who is this Hayek guy? Never heard of him.

  • Because he’s not a communist. Control of money and banking is standard in any government that can do it. Interventionism, logically, might lead to Communism. That doesn’t mean all interventionists are Commies. Just because something is entailed does not mean it is de jure or de facto part of their program. Hamilton believed in private property, inegalitarianism and monarchism. That alone disqualifies him as a communist or even Social Democrat.

  • libertarianjury

    Boobus americanus doesn’t own gold, but they do own dollars, this is why the Fed persists: the rubes can’t comprehend a different system that incrementally replaces the current one. …And Bernard von Nothaus rots in jail. It’s sick!

  • s0beit

    Tom Woods is extremely awesome.

  • IF you are for Hayek and Austrian economics, then you should read Simple Wealth by Andrew Costello. It’s on Amazon, and will change the way you view the world.

  • SuperSpidey25

    IF you are for Hayek and Austrian economics, then you should read Simple Wealth by Andrew Costello. It’s on Amazon, and will change the way you view the world.