Sunday, February 22, 2009

Financial fix? Abolish the Fed, says congressman

Paul: Constitution requires coin based on gold, silver
Posted: February 21, 2009
By Bob Unruh
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

In just recent weeks, the federal government has designated billions of tax dollars for bank bailouts, including vast quantities to quasi-government agencies that helped create the economic crisis; billions more for automakers, and billions more for homeowners who default on their loans, so where will it end? Republican Rep. Ron Paul of Texas says he has at least part of the answer: abolish the Federal Reserve.

The congressman, a candidate for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination, once again has introduced a bill that would get rid of the private organization that sets interest rates and establishes monetary priorities. FULL STORY.

The Government refuses to provide Redress to the People's First Amendment Petitions for violations of the Constitution

“If money is wanted by Rulers
who have in any manner oppressed
the People, they may retain it
until their grievances are redressed,
and thus peaceably procure relief,
without trusting to despised petitions
or disturbing the public tranquility.”

1774, Journals of the Continental Congress, 1:105-113

The Petition for Redress Regarding

The U.S. Government has abandoned the Rule of Law as defined by the People via the Constitution.

The numerous crises currently confronting our Republic are not the result of poor political policies. These evils are the direct result of decades of violations of the U.S. Constitution by our servant Government.

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