Originally posted on March 27, 2019.
In 2009, Congressman Ron Paul, wrote End the Fed, a book that I recommend everyone have in their library. End the Fed is a discussion of the Federal Reserve’s unsavory history as America’s central bank. Here are some sample’s of Paul’s thinking throughout the book:
“It is no coincidence that the century of total war coincided with the century of central banking.”
“Our goals can only be achieved with a society that respects and equally protects the rights of every human being, old and young, rich and poor, regardless of gender, color, race, or creed. We must reject the initiation of violence by individuals or government as morally repugnant.”
“For the same reason a disease cannot be cured by more of the germ that caused it, the inflation and debt accumulation of the Obama years will not inflate our way out of it.”
“Intellectually and compassionately explaining the reason freedom works is required for credibility.”
Along with Victor Davis Hanson’s The Case for Trump, End the Fed is a must own.
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