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By maintaining artificially high or low-interest rates, the central bank induces booms and busts in the economy according to Austrian Business Cycle Theory. ... A part of Ron Paul's speech to Congress when introducing his bill (H. R. 1207) to audit the Federal Reserve System is displayed below:.
While prominent libertarian communicator Ron Paul shares concerns about these developments, he also sees much reason for hope. ... While Paul explains that he sees trouble ahead in America, including economic trouble resulting from Federal Reserve policies, he also says he is optimistic because he ...

Ron Paul Warns Of Tariffs And Rising Economic Storms ... What does Dr. Paul think it will take to restore the U.S. economy to the good old days of egalitarian income distribution before 1971, and does he continue to believe rising levels of inflation are a threat to the well-being of average Americans?
Earlier Monday, White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow told CNBC the tariffs announced by Trump last week are just a proposal. Kudlow, formerly a CNBC senior contributor and ex-Wall Street economist, said he hopes it brings China to the negotiating table to reconcile "decades of misdeeds" on ...
With the arguable exception of his father Ron Paul, the United States has never seen an explicitly libertarian politician with the visibility and influence Rand ... nothing good for libertarians is happening or can ever happen—on economic policy, foreign policy, the drug war, criminal justice reform, you name it.
Those who celebrated Trump the businessman clutch their heads as his preposterous economic policies produce terror in the stock markets and chaos ... policy has not moved in the direction of Rand Paul's mild non-interventionism or the more uncompromising non-interventionism of his father, Ron Paul.

The Federal Reserve recently increased interest rates to 1.75 percent. This is the highest interest rates have been since 2008, but it still leaves rates at historic lows. While the Fed says economic growth justifies future rate increases, an honest examination of the economy suggests that future rate increases ...
In light of Trump's establishment threatening tariffs, we seek enlightenment from Charles on this issue and hear Jeff Deist's insights into what that might mean for the American economy. As usual ... Jeff previously worked as a longtime advisor and Chief of Staff to Congressman Ron Paul. He is also a tax ...
Paul is popular in the state that his father, Ron Paul, energetically wooed in his 2008 and 2012 presidential bids, said Malloy and other political observers in the state. Ron Paul won 24 percent ... I could not in good conscience vote for a bill that puts our economy at risk and jeopardizes our children's future.
... asked for some evidence they were behind the alleged attack. London refused. What's behind Trump's decision to back up UK Prime Minister Theresa May in her allegations? Is it a diversion from economic issues like the new PetroYuan? Maybe it's about Iran? Tune in to today's Ron Paul Liberty Report: ...

by RON PAUL || President Donald Trump's planned 25 percent tariff on steel imports and 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports may provide a ... Any libertarian or free-market conservative who thinks the WTO promotes economic liberty should remember that the WTO once ordered Congress to raise taxes!
Donald Trump's recent protectionist tariff proposal has sparked debate as to what the economic impacts of such an action will be. Most agree that it will lead to pain in the economy, but to what extent is the question many are posing. Will it be a calamity, or will it be a minor correction that we will be able to ...
Gary Cohn, the director of the National Economic Council, resigned Tuesday night after the president refused to reverse course on the tariffs. Trump said the tariffs – 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum – would protect U.S. companies and allow for the creation of new manufacturing plants, one of his main ...
Former Congressman Ron Paul says market watchers fretting over President Donald Trump's steel tariffs are missing the bigger economic picture as he predicts a massive stock market plunge. Over the past few days, economic experts featured in mainstream media have been sounding the alarm about ...
The situation facing stocks may appear more ominous with the addition of President Donald Trump's tariff threat. But libertarian Ron Paul suggests Wall Street is missing the bigger picture. The real trouble stems from Federal Reserve policy and easy money, according to the former presidential candidate.
Libertarian Republican leader Ron Paul said that the American system under President Donald Trump is “coming apart” and that the booming economy this year is “a bit of an illusion.” “We're on the verge of something like what happened in '89 when the Soviet system just collapsed,” the former Texas ...


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