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Minnesota Daily

Paul said the federal government does not have the right to tax a person’s income or dictate the way in which people live their private lives. He said it is the citizens’ duty to protect themselves from big government.

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WSJ

World Bank President Robert Zoellick questioned the wisdom of giving the Federal Reserve more power over banks, as the Obama administration has proposed

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This sort of hubris is almost beyond belief: But what B-movie writer could have conjured up this scary scenario—Too Big To Fail (TBTF) banks as the Blob that ate monetary policy and crippled the global economy? That's just about what we've seen in

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Reuters

The Federal Reserve is willing to work with U.S. lawmakers on ways to release names of companies that borrow from the central bank after a time lag. The idea was "something that we're giving serious consideration with and we'd be happy to work with y

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Zero Hedge

To those who do not understand the purpose of such machinations, the first question is to ask 'who benefits'? No doubt via the current schemes, the beneficiary have been the central banks and their power brokers.

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Bloomberg

Sept. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Nassim Taleb, author of “The Black Swan,” questioned why Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke, and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner kept their posts after failing to foresee the collapse in global credit markets.

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Goldman Sachs 666 (HT Liberty Pulse)

I would say something smells fishy here but the truth is it smells like 6 tons of dead fish washed up on the beach.

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New American

Almost as if a global memo had been sent out, headlines of major media outlets across the planet announced the unfolding of the coming “New World Order” — with a smaller role for the United States and freedom.

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Golden Jackass

A powerful hidden engine existed for close to 20 years called the Yen Carry Trade. The engine produced tainted trillion$ for its priviliged participants, whose access to cheap money was assured and whose control of government policy was tight.

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American Banking News

Although the acquisition of mortgage-backed securities was scheduled to end in December 2009, the Federal Reserve has decided to continue acquiring the securities, with plans to pump another $556 billion into them bringing the end total to $1.25 tril

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Economic Policy Journal

The White House press release says it all: The G20 leaders reached a historic agreement to put the G20 at the centre of their efforts to work together to build a durable recovery while avoiding the financial fragilities that led to the crisis.

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Reuters

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Jeffrey Lacker said it would be better to define the limits of the official US financial market safety net in advance and by a formal charter. "What could be problematic is defining the scope of the

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The Market Ticker

HR 1207 is having a hearing tomorrow on auditing The Federal Reserve. There has been much made of whether a Fed Audit would "compromise" Fed independence. This is the wrong standard to apply. The correct standard is whether The Fed should, u

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