Ron Paul to Ben Bernanke: When will you admit that your policies have failed?

Date: 07/22/2010 Rush Transcript This is a rush transcript. Can you help us out and proofread the transcript while you watch the video? Go to our writeboard (password: failed). Then click the “Edit this page” button to make changes. We check all writeboards daily and will update this post with …

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Ron Paul Explains to Keynesian Economics Professor Why Inflation is Bad

At today’s House Financial Services Committee hearing Ron Paul asked Laurence Ball, Larry Meyer, Marvin Goodspeed and John Taylor about inflation, the government’s role in the value of money, and the Federal Reserve’s monetization of debt. Location: House Financial Services Committee Hearing: Unwinding Emergency Federal Reserve Liquidity Programs and Implications …

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Ron Paul to Ben Bernanke: Price Fixing Doesn’t Work, So Why Does The Fed Do It?

At today’s House Financial Services Committee hearing Ron Paul criticized the Federal Reserve’s policy of hiding information about troubled banks from the public. The Congressman then asked Ben Bernanke about the Fed’s balance sheet and inquired as to why the Fed engages in price fixing (of interest rates) even though …

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Tim Geithner “Agrees” With Ron Paul – But Still Wants To Keep The Fed!

Ron Paul questioned Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner today on the Federal Reserve’s price fixing activities and the moral hazard generated by a “lender of last resort” that, in cooperation with the government, picks up the pieces and bails out insolvent banks and companies. Geithner agreed that we need to deal …

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Regulations Won’t Help as Long as There’s a “Lender of Last Resort”

Ron Paul attacks the Federal Reserve’s price fixing activities in his opening statement at the House Financial Services Committee hearing on bank supervision and monetary policy. Location: House Financial Service Committee Date: 03/17/2010 Transcript Ron Paul: This is an important day because this is the day that FOMC met and …

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