Ron Paul: Price Inflation Caused by Federal Reserve

Date: 04/05/2011

  • WKaliberr

    Ron Paul – Strict constitutionalists who is against the separation of church and state

    what a moron



    im 17 and i hate everyone over the age of 30 now.

  • ICantDecryptTheCode

    LOL. Ronny boy, this government shutdown thing is going to single handedly prevent you from winning. If servicemen don’t get their checks, you don’t get their votes. Good luck winning when you don’t have the support of the military families.

  • nemzz9st

    Is Ron Paul running for President ?

  • curiousone2530

    Dr Paul is one of a kind. He has been on the forefront of our economic issues for decades.And he has been right all along. I don’t agree 100% with Dr Paul. Its closer to 95%. I will vote for this man , come hell or high water. Examine the issues, the ones that matter. There is no other option. Get this great American in place to do what has to be done. I hope its not to late already.

  • anyandeverything


  • igoodnessi311

    Can someone please crop this video down to the last minute where Mr. Ratigan explains why Dr. Paul is the best choice for the GOP nomination?

  • Dfens

    What inflation? There’s more deflation than inflation as housing prices continue to fall all across America. As usual Ron Paul won’t address the real problems facing this nation, jobs. Without jobs there is no inflationary pressure. No dollars in your pocket = no inflation. He’s for open borders and the unilateral elimination of all US tariffs. Those policies would destroy our nation. Vote for Ron Paul, the Manchurian candidate.

    • Allison

      Please do not fall for hearsay please look into things entirely before you base your decision … This is a good man that TRULY has our best interest at heart and with that territory his adversaries will do and say anything to detour him from the public eye or make him look like he is not what he Is. The facts speak for themselves he carries the majority Vote and donations from military families the ones that serve the front lines, He is the one the Media Does NOT want to Show on TV because He is not for the Big companies running america and HE cannot be BROUGHT or be a PUPPET and THEY KNOW IT!, He is Not the favorite Because he stands for the Truth, Justice and our nations bill of rights & constitution Please I implore you! I am speaking to you as a Fellow american that is Done Being BS’d and doesn’t want you to be Either ,This should answer your questions on where he stands with open borders… this nation needs a DR…. to bring her back to life.

    • tj

      Dfens..please take an economics class…the definition of inflation is an increase in the money supply…thanks to QE2 and deficit spending, inflation is rampant….whether this leads to consumer prices rising depends on the other criteria in determining prices…namely, supply…thanks to the price fixing fed who lowered interest rates well below market rates…and thanks to the Community Reinvestment Act…there was overbuilding in the housing market…thus, supply lowers prices

      as for other prices…look at the grocery bill…up at least 10 per cent since last fall when the fed announced QE2…

    • kevin

      …….more deflation?than inflation?… obviously don’t do the grocery shopping,or have kept an eye on last years prices,and the tricks that the food industry uses to gradually fool you into thinking prices haven’t changed much
      ……they lower the price on a box of cereal….cool!…..only thing is the price per pound has increased,they lowered the weight per box so you ,who don’t compare prices,and are too busy or preoccupied to notice the differance won’t boycott the seemingly benign changes
      ……this gambit of ending prices with 99 cents is one of the deceptions that has worked so well for so long ,[because it works] ….is just the tip of the iceberg of deception…..”they ” have been studying consumer minds intensely for many years,and they know that gradual change is the least detectable of all brainwashing
      ……you might say that brainwashing is a bit paranoid ,”or over the top”….but consider all the university training that goes into teaching people how to advertise effectively… is a science and an art that goes into swaying people to buy,buy, buy!

  • UbermenschBOB

    RON PAUL!!! From Chicago.


  • joe9083

    Ron Paul for Pres

  • Talodus

    Ratigan is the only one I can stand to watch on MSNBC for a brief amount of time.

    And the only show I watch on FOX is Freedom Watch w/ Judge Napolitano.

    Everyone else just sounds like a political shill.

  • pismo10

    Wow, very conservative talk on MSNBC, amazing

  • pismo10

    Welfare spending and empire building is killing America. Those 2 comprise almost all fed spending. Cutting welfare does not buy votes so nobody will do it. It is ALL about buying re-election.

  • pismo10

    NPR needs zero dollars. Planned parenthood needs unlimited money.

  • aragornsargonath

    Wish their was a law that would require not only on the federal level but the state level, that the federal and state debts have to be paid back and also require that the federal level and the states to not spend more than what is actually available.

  • Woopa

    Tired of the virtual revolution? Sick of habitual capitulation to the Federal Reserve’s “hegemony”? Don’t enjoy seeing your expenses shoot up while your income stagnates? Don’t enjoy being dependent on a corrupt instrument — the Federal Reserve Note?

    The American economy is limping, staggering, perhaps soon failing… why?

    Is your energy diminished? Is your work ethic gone?
    Are there not enough resources, or is our technology inferior to its past state?


    Americans are suffering because their currency is a tool to enslave them.

    It’s time to break free. The Alternative Market Project is the beginning of the solution to economic totalitarianism. Join our online network to find nearby individuals who want to act… or to help them find you. Participate in our forum to discuss self-sufficiency, pre/post economic collapse action, bartering, commodity based money, non-commodity credit currency, and other forms of economic emancipation.

    Be the change you want to see in the world.


    Paul/Ventura 2012!


    UBSCARED is a troll … don’t reply to him and he will go away

  • I thought this new poll is newsworthy for Ron Paul and his followers: I believe a free market must be regulated just as the Federal Reserve must be regulated. Otherwise, human greed will most often ‘sneak in’ . Please, Dr. Paul reconsider your view of an unregulated ‘free market’. I love you grandly, Lady Liberty

    Sharp Drop in American Enthusiasm for Free Market, Poll Shows

    American public support for the free market economy has dropped sharply in the past year, and is now lower than in China, according to a GlobeScan poll released today.

    The findings, drawn from 12,884 interviews across 25 countries, show that there has been a sharp fall in the number of Americans who think that the free market economy is the best economic system for the future.

    When GlobeScan began tracking views in 2002, four in five Americans (80%) saw the free market as the best economic system for the future–the highest level of support among tracking countries. Support started to fall away in the following years and recovered slightly after the financial crisis in 2007/8, but has plummeted since 2009, falling 15 points in a year so that fewer than three in five (59%) now see free market capitalism as the best system for the future.

    GlobeScan Chairman Doug Miller commented: “America is the last place we would have expected to see such a sharp drop in trust in the free enterprise system. This is not good news for business.”

    The results mean that a number of the world’s major emerging economies have now matched or overtaken the USA in their enthusiasm for the free market. The Chinese and Brazilians, 67 percent of whom regard the free market system as the best on offer, are now more positive about capitalism than Americans, while enthusiasm in India now equals that in the USA, with 59 percent rating the free market as the best system for the future.

    Among the 20 countries polled in both 2009 and 2010, an average of 54 percent today rate the free market economy as the best economic system, unchanged from 2009.

    Americans with incomes below $20,000 were particularly likely to have lost faith in the free market over the past year, with their support dropping from 76 percent to 44 percent between 2009 and 2010. American women have also become much less positive, with 52 percent backing the free market in 2010, down from 73 percent in 2009.

    The poll was conducted by telephone in China and the US, and by telephone, in-person, or online in the 23 other countries between June 24 and September 18, 2010 by the international polling firm GlobeScan and its national partners. Before today’s public release, only clients of GlobeScan’s “Radar” reports have had access to these results. National results are considered accurate within +/- 3.0 to +/- 4.9 percent, 19 times out of 20.

    GlobeScan Chairman Doug Miller added: “The poll suggest that American business is close to losing its social contract with average American families that has enabled it to prosper in the world. Inspired leadership will be needed to reverse this trend.”

    Fieldwork was conducted in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, the Philippines, Russia, Spain, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the USA. Interviews were conducted via face-to-face, by telephone, or online (Japan only) between June 24 and September 18, 2010. Polling was conducted by GlobeScan and its research partners in each country. Some urban-only surveying was conducted in certain developing countries, following generally accepted research standards in each country. The margin of error per country ranges from +/-3.0 to 4.9 percent, 19 times out of 20.

    For more information about GlobeScan see

  • Gene, G

    geraldcaron, that part of the problem though this illusion our government has successfully I might add, that we live in a democracy.

    We take a democratic policy on how to vote for elected official’s, and these officials from each states vote the view of their constituents to determine laws that govern us all, but that is it, we don’t have and should never have a democracy.

    Our founding fathers created a REPUBLIC not a Democracy, again for those not sure of the difference.

    A Democracy= The majority vote on what is best for the rest.
    A Republic = The Government serves only the people and all laws passed must be equal to the benefit of all it’s people.

    So I pay property tax, you pay the same percentage of property tax or you don’t own it.
    I go to jail for a crime you go for the same amount of time for breaking the same law.
    The rules can NOT benefit one person over another, thats is why it is called a REPUBLIC, Freedom, inalienable rights that all man are created equal, all are to be judged and treated equally, lady liberty is SUPPOSED to be blind. walk into the old court houses and you will see here.

    She stands tall and in her hands she holds a scale, one side holds the law and the other side hold your rights and the scale is perfectly balanced, but you know what else you will see, she has a blind fold on because the law has to be equal for ALL not for whom she likes or dislikes, so she is kept blind to prevent injustice.

    Our government pulled that blind off long ago and injustice has ran rampant, this needs to stop, we need to elect Rep. Dr. Ron Paul as the next President of the United States.