Dr. Ron Paul | Last week, my bill HR 1207, known as the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, was discussed at length, as well as the general question of whether or not the Federal Reserve should continue to operate independently.
Reuters | A proposal from a long-time congressional foe of the Federal Reserve that could give lawmakers sway over monetary policy has won the support of a majority in the House of Representatives, alarming officials at the U.S. central bank.
CQ | Paul’s legislation, popularly known as the “Audit the Fed” bill, has drawn 244 cosponsors, ranging from Republican floor leader John A. Boehner to Democratic chairman of the Judiciary Committee John Conyers Jr.
Dr. Ron Paul | Last week, General Motors finally declared bankruptcy. Public officials are now involving themselves in tactical business decisions such as where GM’s headquarters should move and what kind of cars it will build.
Huffington Post | Rep. Ron Paul released a video on Sunday offering support for the principles of secession, calling them “very much American.” And he described Perry’s recent talk about pulling Texas out of the union a discussion worth having.
YouTube | Dr. Paul also talks about the antitax rallies around the country.
TODAY ON THE ALEX JONES SHOW
TSA and travel surveillance
On this Thursday, January 29 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Nightly News host David Knight covers a wide range of topics, including the outrageously expensive disaster known as Obamacare, how the elite continue to use media as a propaganda platform, climate fail and the East Coast non-blizzard, the ramp up of TSA travel surveillance, and other important topics. On today’s worldwide broadcast, David talks with Rosa Koire, a forensic commercial real estate appraiser specializing in eminent domain valuation, about the Agenda 21 game plan. Prison Planet editor and journalist Paul Joseph Watson also makes an appearance to talk about a plan in the UK to remotely control private vehicles, Soros and the panic of the elite over social chaos, and the push to make obesity a standard for women.