Ron Paul Disappointed, But: “The Fed Is No Longer Untouchable!”

Congressman Ron Paul (TX-14) today expressed disappointment that the Senate failed to pass an amendment offered by Senator Vitter (amending the Senate financial reform bill), which included the express language of Congressman Paul’s landmark “Audit the Fed” legislation. Paul’s legislation passed by a large margin in the House of Representatives …

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America Deserves an Up or Down Vote on Audit the Fed

A vote could come at any time, so please contact your senators with the following three points: Support a standalone vote on S. 604 (the original Audit the Fed bill) Oppose the overall Dodd bill Support the Vitter amendment (containing the original Audit the Fed language) when the vote comes …

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Ron Paul: Full Transparency Is The Only Acceptable Option

For Immediate Release May 6, 2010 Senate Sellout Threatens Congressman Paul’s “Audit the Fed” Bill Taxpayers Deserve a Full, Transparent Audit of the Federal Reserve by the GAO Washington, D.C. – Congressman Ron Paul (TX-14) expressed disappointment that his landmark legislation to audit the Federal Reserve Bank – which passed …

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Audit the Fed Amendment Modified – Allows Fed To Keep Secrets

Ron Paul just posted the following message on Facebook: Ron Paul: “Bernie Sanders has sold out and sided with Chris Dodd to gut Audit the Fed in the Senate. His “compromise” is what the Administration and banking interests want: they’ll allow the TARP and TALF to be audited, but no …

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