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Thursday, May 11, 2017

Arizona officially removes taxation on gold and silver purchases and sales

On May 10 the Arizona state legislature completed its approval of Bill 2014 which removes the state taxation on the sale and purchase of physical gold and silver.

This move is also the first step by the state to once again recognize gold and silver as Constitutional money, and to begin the process towards one day allowing the precious metals to be used in commerce within its borders.

Arizona also joins Utah, Idaho, Texas, Oklahoma, and Virginia in either proposing or passing legislation to work towards the legalization of gold and silver as money.

Sound money advocates scored a major victory today when the Arizona state senate voted 16-13 to remove all income taxation of precious metals at the state level. The measure heads to Governor Doug Ducey, who is expected to sign it into law. 
Under House Bill 2014, introduced by Representative Mark Finchem (R-Tucson), Arizona taxpayers will simply back out all precious metals “gains” and “losses” reported on their federal tax returns from the calculation of their Arizona adjusted gross income (AGI). 
Dr. Ron Paul noted, “HB 2014 is a very important and timely piece of legislation. The Federal Reserve’s failure to reignite the economy with record-low interest rates since the last crash is a sign that we may soon see the dollar’s collapse. It is therefore imperative that the law protect people’s right to use alternatives to what may soon be virtually worthless Federal Reserve Notes.” - Goldseek

Monday, March 6, 2017

Ron Paul to speak to Arizona legislature to help push through bill to make gold and silver legal tender

On Wednesday March 8, former Congressman and Audit the Fed champion Ron Paul will be speaking to the Arizona Senate Finance Committee regarding Bill HB2014, and the benefits of making gold and silver legal tender in the state.

HB2014 encompasses two key components regarding gold and silver.  First, it recognizes the metals as legal tender in accordance with the Constitution of the United States, and second it would remove any state capital gains taxes on the sale of these metals, making it easier for Arizonan's to begin the process of using gold and silver as money now, or in the near future.

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Audit the Fed is not the only focus of the growing anti-Fed movement. For example, this Wednesday the Arizona Senate Finance and Rules Committees will consider legislation (HB 2014) officially defining gold, silver, and other precious metals as legal tender. The bill also exempts transactions in precious metals from state capital gains taxes, thus ensuring that people are not punished by the taxman for rejecting Federal Reserve notes in favor of gold or silver. Since inflation increases the value of precious metals, these taxes give the government one more way to profit from the Federal Reserve’s currency debasement. 
HB 2014 is a very important and timely piece of legislation. The Federal Reserve’s failure to reignite the economy with record-low interest rates since the last crash is a sign that we may soon see the dollar’s collapse. It is therefore imperative that the law protect people’s right to use alternatives to what may soon be virtually worthless Federal Reserve notes. 
This Wednesday I will be in Arizona to help rally support for HB 2014, speaking on behalf of the bill before the Arizona Senate Finance Committee at 9:00 a.m. I will also be speaking at a rally at noon at the Arizona state capitol. I hope every supporter of sound money in the Phoenix area joins me to show their support for ending the Fed’s money monopoly. - Ron Paul Institute

Monday, February 20, 2017

Former central bank Chairman gives a mea culpa to Ron Paul and admits the Congressman was right about the Gold Standard

Ever since Alan Greenspan left his office as Chairman of the Federal Reserve, he has embarked on a near decade's long 'roadshow' to try to rebuild his reputation as a fiscal conservative.  And one of the biggest things he has been pushing for has been the belief that gold is money, and that a return to some form of a gold standard would solve many of the world's current financial problems.

This of course is the ironic dichotomy with Greenspan, since he was originally a staunch advocate of the Gold Standard up until he took over the reins of the world's largest central bank.  And it was through his Keynesian style monetary policies of low interest rates and bubble creation that not only led to the financial collapse of 2008, but paved the road for the next two Fed Chairmen to expand upon his policies to absurd degrees.

But now that the former Fed Chair is out of the establishment, he has become once again a crusader for gold as money.  And over the weekend he even admitted that former Congressman Ron Paul was correct all those years when they stood toe to toe during House testimonies, and when Paul pushed Greenspan mercilessly for why we weren't heading back towards a gold standard today.

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Finally, buried at the very end of the interview was perhaps the most interesting statement by Greenspan : the former Fed Chair's implicit admission that Ron Paul was right all along: 
Q. Against a background of ultra-low and negative interest rates, many reserve managers have been large buyers of gold. In your view, what role does gold play as a reserve asset? 
When I was Chair of the Federal Reserve I used to testify before US Congressman Ron Paul, who was a very strong advocate of gold. We had some interesting discussions. I told him that US monetary policy tried to follow signals that a gold standard would have created. That is sound monetary policy even with a fiat currency. In that regard, I told him that even if we had gone back to the gold standard, policy would not have changed all that much. - Zerohedge
For those who may not know, back in the 1960's Alan Greenspan became the architect of electronic banking, as he was also an excellent computer programmer as well as an extraordinary economist.  And in a blueprint discovered by analyst Bix Weir on the website of the St. Louis Fed called the Road to Roota, Greenspan's plans entailed using electronic banking and fiat currency to expand and then implode the monetary system in order to bring it back to a state where a return to the gold standard would be both necessary and viable.

Since China has already stated publicly their end goal is to return money and trade to a gold standard in the near future, what remains is the question of whether the U.S. is both willing and prepared for such a sea change.

And ironically for the first time in decades, the U.S. has a President who is himself a believer in gold.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Analysts believe gold demand will continue higher as price expects to hit $1400 by end of year following pullback

The recent pullback, or slam down in the gold price over the past two weeks has done little to stop the demand for gold... as seen by the huge buying of physical metal, as well as ETF paper in the period following gold going down to $1260 from $1330.  And many analysts concur that the manipulated smash in the gold spot price will only continue to fuel this demand, and bring the price to over $1400 before the end of the year.

Gold prices are on the move again, settling at $1,260 per ounce at market close on Monday, according to Apmex. 
That's after gold prices fell 5% last week, the largest decline in the metal of Midas since 2013. "Gold prices are quite appealing after the recent correction," notes Richard Xu, portfolio manager at China-based HuaAn Gold. "In China, what we see today is that there is some demand to buy gold following its dip." 
Former U.S. Congressman Ron Paul concurred with that assessment in an appearance on CNBC last week. A healthy economy "will be fundamentally good for gold," Paul said. 
Paul says that an ongoing low-interest rate policy by the Federal Reserve will boost gold prices and that the volatile U.S. presidential race, no matter which candidate emerges victorious, won't substantially impact precious metal prices. - The Street

Friday, July 22, 2016

GOP calls for commission to look into return to the gold standard as one of the their convention platforms

Donald Trump's son many have been correct when he said that his father's rise to become the Republican Presidential nominee was more than just a campaign, but that it is a movement.  And like the success on the Democratic side with Bernie Sanders, this movement is based on the people's desire to change a status quo that threatens to bring the economic, political, and social environments of America to the brink of collapse.

Two interesting planks came out of the just completed Republican convention this week, and they both deal with a return to former financial states.  First, the RNC voted to demand a re-instatement of the Glass-Steagal Act, which was removed under former President Bill Clinton, and directly led to the rise of too big to fail banks, and the speculative casino environment that brought about the 2008 financial collapse.

And the second plank passed on the Republican platform is something that a Presidential candidate from 2012 called for in his own platform, and that is a return to the gold standard.  And while Ron Paul was unable to get this message across to the RNC four years ago, the frequency of it has manifest this year as the Republicans voted yes to creating a commission to look into a return of gold backed money.

The Republican Party’s 2016 platform calls for a commission to explore the feasibility of effectively returning the U.S. to a gold standard. - Wall Street Journal

Sunday, December 27, 2015

Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders channels his inner Ron Paul

Former Congressman and Presidential candidate Ron Paul was known primarily for his movement within the financial and political realms, and it involved a crusade to both audit and end the Federal Reserve bank.  And while his tireless efforts led to a miniscule audit of the private central bank which revealed how it had bailed out domestic and foreign banks, as well as many multi-national corporations, the end result accomplished little as his retirement signaled the end of the war on the Fed.
Or has it?
On Dec. 23, Senator and Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders wrote an op-ed in the New York Times picking up Ron Paul’s mantle and channeling his own crusade to bring about a full and independent audit of the 100 year old central bank.

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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Ron Paul: Yellen will never understand that the Fed is responsible for our monetary crises

It has been a little over a week since the Obama administration leaked the news that the President intends to nominate Janet Yellen to replace Ben Bernanke as the head of the world’s largest central bank, and just yesterday, former Congressman Ron Paul weighed in on the announcement.  As the chief firebrand against the Fed during his tenure in office, Paul’s assessment that Yellen is a virtual clone of the previous two central bankers is quite appropriate, and he states on Yellen’s nomination, ‘the possibility that the Fed itself could be responsible for the booms and busts of the business cycle would never enter her head’.

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Ron Paul’s golden portfolio

Have you ever wondered what Ron Paul invests in, and keeps in his portfolio?  If you guessed gold, you would be correct.  If you guessed physical gold and gold mining stocks, you could be Ron Paul’s financial planner.
On Aug 20, a report was published on former Congressman Ron Paul’s stock holdings, and other investment assets.  And as many can guess, Paul’s portfolio is made up of primarily silver and gold mining stocks, with a smattering of real estate and cash.
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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

The ghost of Ron Paul spoke on evils of government surveillance thirty years ago

Former Congressman Ron Paul may have left public office last year, but his legacy of fighting tyranny and oppressive behavior by the government is laced throughout his legacy.  In fact, even during the conservative years of Ronald Reagan, the Texas Congressman foresaw what government was doing then, and would do in the future in regards to surveillance on citizens in America.

Ron Paul Legacy:  Fighting for Freedom and liberty when few did

For many of us today, in the wake of the NSA spying scandal, and uncovering of near total surveillance on the American people, we can look back and realize that at least one politician fought for, and foresaw the end game of government, even if it may now be too late to stop it.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Former budget director says Ron Paul is only man who is right about the Fed

On Sept. 10, former Reagan budget director David Stockman appeared on CNBC to talk about the economy, and the Federal Reserve.  During his nine minute interview, Stockman slammed the Republican party quite often on their fiscal policies and reiterated that Ron Paul is the only man who is right about the Federal Reserve, and its affect on the failing economy.

"Ron Paul is the only one who is right about the Fed, and the Fed is the heart of the problem. They have destroyed the capital markets and the money markets; interest rates mean nothing; everything is trading off the Fed and Wall Street isn't even home - as it's now a bunch of computers trading word-clouds emitted by this central banker and that" - Zerohedge transcript of interview

The 2012 primaries and coming election will be the result of an America that does not truly want monetary change, but simply, the ability to keep the status quo of the welfare state while not having to deal with the repurcussions of a $16 trillion debt.

Friday, August 24, 2012

Republicans offer to channel their inner Ron Paul by talking return to gold standard

In politics, nothing is done without cause and purpose.  These words came from President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and validate that politicians do NOTHING that isn't intended to further their own power.  So it comes as a major surprise, when polls are showing Romney losing to an easily beatable Barack Obama, that the Republican party is desperate to get the millions of Ron Paul supporters into their camp, and are attempting to do so by offering to discuss a return to the gold standard.

Stranger than fiction perhaps but the FT is reporting that the gold standard has returned to mainstream US politics for the first time in 30 years with a 'gold commission' set to become part of official Republican party policy. While this could simply be a reach for as many Ron Paul marginal voters as possible (with the view that the GOP would never really go for it); it appears drafts of the party platform from the forthcoming rain-soaked convention call for an audit of the Fed and a commission to look at restoring the link between the dollar and gold. The FT, citing a spokesperson, adds that "There is a growing recognition within the Republican party and in America more generally that we’re not going to be able to print our way to prosperity," but "We’re not going to go from a standing start to the gold standard," although it would provide a chance to educate politicians and the public about the merits of a return to gold. Interestingly, the Republican platform in 1980 referred to "restoration of a dependable monetary standard", while the 1984 platform said that "the gold standard may be a useful mechanism." - FT via Zerohedge

The bottom line is, the Republican party spent millions hijacking the primaries in states across the country to ensure Ron Paul did not receive enough delegates to appear viable in the coming RNC convention.  However, millions of Americans now know the RINO foundation of the Republican Party, and as such, without their support Romney doesn't have a chance in defeating the Jimmy Carter of the 21st century.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Audit the Fed musters vote in House but appears dead in the Senate

The long standing legacy of Congressman Ron Paul has reached its climax just months before his inteded retirement from the House.  On July 25, Congress voted 327-98 to demand an audit of the U.S. central bank and private Federal Reserve.

However, Senate leaders, many of whom are bought and paid for by the banking industry, immediately condemned the vote, and do not even plan on allowing a floor vote.

Never mind that the Fed audit is dead in the Senate — Majority Leader Harry Reid’s office has said he won’t bring it up.
And Hoyer said no matter how many Democrats are co-sponsors, he still thinks the bill is bad policy — and he’s urging Democrats not to support it.
“Whatever the motivation is, and however broad the sponsorship is, my own view is that it’s bad policy,” Hoyer told reporters on Wednesday. “It will undermine the independence of the Federal Reserve and will, therefore, undermine the competence in the Federal Reserve, which plays a significant role in stabilizing the economy and addressing the creation of jobs.” - Zerohedge

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Ron Paul explains what Audit the Fed legislation means for America

The House of Representatives asked Congressman Ron Paul on July 19 to create a short video explaining what Audit the Fed legislation means for America, and to garner public support for the bill.

Here is the video.

Without government or public controls over the central bank which controls our money supply, no American is ever safe in an economic system run by a select few.

Friday, June 1, 2012

Bilderberg attendees discuss the killing of Ron Paul

There is one hard and fast rule in American economic politics.  No one is allowed to discuss or champion the end of the Federal Reserve or central bank.  Presidents and Congressmen who have in the past, have found themselves experiencing mysterious deaths at the hands of the power elite.

So it should come as no surprise that at this week's Bilderberg meeting in Virginia, the growing fear of Ron Paul and the End the Fed campaign has led some attendees to openly discuss how they could outright kill Congressman Ron Paul, and his supporters, through Muslim terror attacks.

Journalist Jim Tucker was onsite at Bilderberg today, and through sources who heard the discussion, passed on information from many elites on ways to take down Ron Paul over his objection to the Law of the Sea Treaty they so desperately crave.

Thanks to the alternative media, and open internet (for now), we can get information from places that were once held silent by the mainstream media.  Something former Senatory Larry MacDonald, Presidents John F. Kennedy, William KcKinley, and James Garfield could have used in their day when the powers that be took them out for wanting to go against the cental bank establishment class.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Independent study determines Ron Paul as only candidate who would cut US debt

In the 2012 election campaign, Americans hear many proposals and promises by candidates saying they would cut the deficit, and force fiscal responsibility onto Washington and the national debt.  However, in a new study by an independent source, Congressman Ron Paul comes out as the single and only candidate who would actually cut spending, and move to cut the national debt.

Budget Office

And here is a chart provided to show past promises made, kept, and instituted by the candidates running for President.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Ron Paul plays Moonlight Graham in 1983 Congressional baseball game

Presidential candidate and Texas Congressman Ron Paul has been succcessful in nearly every endeavor he has chosen to pursue.  From Medical Doctor, military Doctor, Congressman, and leader of a conservative revolution, there is very little the man cannot do when he puts his talents towards it.

Including baseball.

Below is a clip of Ron Paul going 2-3 in the 1983 Congressional baseball game where, like Moonlight Graham in the Field of Dreams, he takes off his Doctor stethescope to don the pinstripes of the Houston Astros and looks like a true major leaguer on the diamond, as well as the House floor.

Video courtesy of bxtidre7

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Ron Paul's message isn't just affecting conservatives

You know that either the world has turned upside down, or that even liberals are coming to a point where the government system is no longer fixable.  In an astounding remark by known critic Bill Mahar, he lambasted those who are purposely opposing Ron Paul as 'Brainwashed Liberals'.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Ron Paul leaves South Carolina for Washington to submit bill to repeal parts of NDAA

Congressman and Presidential candidate Ron Paul continues to put his money where his mouth is, and on Wednesday, he did so once again.  Leaving the campaign trail of South Carolina for a day, Paul went back to the House Floor and submitted a bill to repeal draconian parts of the new National Defense Authorization Act.

Part 1021, which currently gives the Executive Branch carte blanche authority to arrest and detail without warrant or legal representation anyone deemed with the spurious title of 'terrorist', was the primary portion of the NDAA bill Ron Paul seeks to remove.

You can see his House floor speech and bill submission in the video below.

Video courtest of Congressman Ron Paul

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Ron Paul lays out the new global currency path during campaign stop

On January 15th, Ron Paul took time to speak to a group in South Carolina during his campaign trek.  He laid out before the people the true end game of the current financial and economic crisis, and that being the creation of a new global monetary order which is being driven by the UN and IMF.

"We have a financial crisis... they know it as much as we do, and they're planning an international answer to this."  "They're planning through the IMF to come up with a world currency to replace the dollar, because the dollar will be replaced... you just can't keep printing them forever."

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

President Obama ready to ask Congress to raise debt ceiling within days

Over the Christmas holiday, President Obama tried to downplay the need to call upon Congress for a raising of the debt ceiling, only to pull back the request.  That delay appears to have only lasted two weeks as once again news is coming out that Obama plans to submit to Congress a request to add to the nations debt just five months after the debt ceiling showdown.

Obama may seek to raise debt ceiling again just five months after vote

And as The Hill reported yesterday, Obama is expected to request that Congress allow the incremental and final $1.2 trillion debt expansion (of the $2.1 trillion total) within a few days. So it is all on autopilot right? Wrong. As Bank of America explains below, it is very likely that the US will not have a debt ceiling hike for at least a few weeks, meaning that while a debt hike will ultimately come, it will very soon be all the song in dance, potentially overtaking the GOP drama, coupled with the pillaging of government retirement accounts yet again and likely leading to more rating agency action as the US debt fiasco is once again brought front and center. - Zerohedge

Ironically, any publicity about raising the debt ceiling may actually help Presidential candidate Ron Paul, as it will give him ammunition in his debates and stump speeches that the government, no matter who is in office, is completely out of control and bankrupt.