Ron Paul addresses the Libya conflict, including President Obama’s disregard for Congress, the lack of change in U.S. foreign policy, the unintended consequences of the initiative, and the need for Americans to take a stand against abuse of power. Date: 03/20/2011 »crosslinked« Likes(0)Dislikes(0)
Date: 03/21/2011 Ron Paul to Fed: Turn Off the Printing Presses! by Ron Paul Last week, the subcommittee which I chair held a hearing on monetary policy and rising prices. Whether we consider food, gasoline, or clothing, the cost of living is increasing significantly. True inflation is defined as an …
Sorry for all the confusion today – Cavuto was postponed, but I’ll be on CNN at 8:20 ET tonight, the FOX Biz with The Judge and finally Anderson Cooper ion the 10:00 ET hour.
I’ll be on TV three times today to talk about Libya – Cavuto on FOX at 4:05 ET, Judge Napolitano on Fox Business and CNN at 8:15 ET.
Obama said the Arab League was with us in Libya, but they are now condemning our actions. This bombing does not help our economic interests or protect our national security. Arab League condemns broad bombing campaign in Libya www.washingtonpost.com Group says endorsement of no-fly zone was intended to prevent civilian casualties