Ron Paul to Congress: Don’t “Stir the Pot” with Armenian Genocide Resolution

Ron Paul spoke out in opposition to a resolution in the House Foreign Affairs Committee that would recognize as “genocide” the mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Empire forces during World War I. The Congressman argued that America should remain neutral on the subject and let the involved countries work …

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Ron Paul Exposes Bizarre Spending Habits at the Federal Reserve & State Department

Bizarre Spending Habits by Ron Paul Last week I had the opportunity to bring up spending and transparency in two important hearings. On Wednesday I questioned Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on some highly questionable uses of funds at the Federal Reserve, and on Thursday I asked Secretary of State …

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Ron Paul Questions Hillary Clinton on $1 Billion London “Fortress”

At today’s House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing, Ron Paul asked Hillary Clinton how she can justify spending $1 billion to build a “fortress” in London while Americans are hurting economically. Location: House Foreign Affairs Committee Date: 02/25/2010 Ron Paul: Welcome, Madam Secretary. I have a question about the cost of …

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Ron Paul to Obama: Don’t Assassinate American Citizens!

Congressman Ron Paul warned on the House floor that the assassination of American citizens by their own government is setting a dangerous precedent for the rest of us. Location: Congress Date: 02/24/2010 Transcript Ron Paul: My topic for this evening is “now, it’s assassinations”. What have we allowed ourselves to …

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Ron Paul and Rand Paul Discuss Healthcare & National Security

Government involvement in health care eliminates price competition and therefore increases costs, asserted Rand Paul, who appeared with his father Ron Paul on CNN’s Situation Room today. The Obama administration’s notion that increased health care spending won’t increase the debt is ridiculous, and new solutions are required. Ron Paul attacked …

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