The U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 3189, the FORM Act of 2015 calling for greater congressional oversight of the Federal Reserve
American Principles in Action Says the Left Doesn’t Have a “Monopoly” on Working Americans, Fed Chair Janel Yellen Should Meet with Conservatives Too
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s recent speeches and an upcoming meeting lends credibility to the argument that she is no more than a political hack.
Steve Lonegan & Steve Forbes launch the Money Revolt with the FixtheDollar.com campaign demand lawmakers to take on the Fed’s irresponsible monetary policy.
American Principles Project on Tuesday released a new paper by Marc A. Miles, Ph.D., that challenges the claim by the Federal Reserve that inflation is low.
Marking the 100th anniversary of the Federal Reserve now is a good time to examine our monetary policy through the Centennial Monetary Commission Act.
I recently stumbled on an interesting article by Edward Hadas. The headline is “Admit economic ignorance”, and that’s what he urges us to do: Recognize that there are questions that we, economists, can’t answer yet and maybe never will. While I’m all for recognizing when we don’t know the answer to a question, and while […]
Conservatives want less financial regulation and vow to repeal and replace what Obama has implemented. Here are three reforms they should favor.
QE3 is now a fact. The Federal Reserve will be printing up money – $40 billion a month – to buy mortgage-backed securities and it is destined to fail.
By Ethan Ware Take your pick on when it started, but federal control continues to bleed into state and local affairs in direct contradiction with the Constitution. Some examples are obvious and others more nuanced, but together they are diluting the federalist model by breaking down the checks and balances our nation’s founders set up […]
Washington, D.C.–Republican presidential candidate and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich called for "hard money with a very limited Federal Reserve" at the Republican presidential debate in New Hampshire on Tuesday. Gingrich is the third candidate to take this position. Herman Cain endorsed the gold standard at the American Principles Project Palmetto Freedom Forum in South […]
Texas Congressman Ron Paul in his remarks said that their campaign has been marked by one word he said he’s proud of and that is “liberty.” He said that life precedes liberty and government’s responsibility is to protect all life. “You can not have relative value for life, you can not play God and make […]
By Ralph Benko The Wall Street Journal on May 7th, wrote a profile of the silver market precipitated by its sharp sell-off. Gregory Zuckerman and Carolyn Cui observe: Long-time fans of precious metals often are mavericks who can be suspicious of mainstream securities firms, wary of financial catastrophe and reluctant to keep their money in […]
By Congresswoman Michele Bachmann The American people have given Republicans a second chance. On January 3rd we will take the Majority and face a difficult road ahead. We have many challenges to overcome including defunding and repealing Obamacare, ending the bailouts, and facing a harsh financial reality: our national debt has almost reached the allowable […]
By Sarah Palin In his press conference on Monday, President Obama responded to critics of the Federal Reserve’s decision to start a new round of quantitative easing – a fancy term for printing money out of thin air. He claimed this move would drive up U.S. growth rates. He also warned that “the worst thing […]
Gary Johnson is the former Republican Governor of New Mexico from 1995-2003 (term limited out). As the Honorary Chairman for Our America Initiative, a 501(c)(4), Gary Johnson is not allowed to officially declare that he is running for president in 2012, but many people believe he is strongly considering it. The American Conservative 770AM KKOB Radio out […]