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From left: Steve Forbes, Steve Lonegan and Ralph Benko

(Washington, DC) This week Steve Lonegan and Steve Forbes officially launched the the FixTheDollar campaign aimed at demanding the Fed return to fiscal responsibility.

“American needs leadership that is not afraid to take on the Federal Reserve System. That is why American Principles in Action have launched FixTheDollar.com,” said Steve Lonegan, Director of Monetary Policy for American Principles in Action. “It is designed to engage working Americans as champions of the value of our money.”

At the standing room only event, both Lonegan and Steve Forbes reaffirmed a commitment to the gold standard as an essential component to across the board prosperity, liberty, and justice for all. Forbes recently released his new book:  Money: How the Destruction of the Dollar Threatens the Global Economy – and What We Can Do About It.

“Fix the Dollar does not stand for ‘End the Fed’. Fix the Dollar stands for ‘Mend the Fed’,” said Lonegan. “Americans have struggled from paycheck to paycheck for far too long, It’s time for us to restore American prosperity by fixing the dollar.”

For more information, please visit: http://fixthedollar.com/

Editor’s note: Steve Lonegan will be a speaker at the Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing on Saturday, September 20th.

Update:Here are videos from the event.


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