Posts Tagged ‘Federal Reserve’

MSNBC Calls the Fed a “Con and Cover-Up”

Monday, April 12, 2010 21:25 2 Comments

Was this really on cable television? Yes, Dylan Ratigan said that Congress screws over some folks in order to enrich others in one of the great redistribution schemes of all time. He also refers to the Fed as perpetuating the largest wealth transfer in the history of the world, with no consequences. Bill Fleckenstein and [...]

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The Federal Reserve’s Inspector General Hasn’t Inspected a Thing

Friday, July 10, 2009 7:23 3 Comments

The Inspector General for the Fed’s Board of Governors, Elizabeth A. Coleman, explains her role at the Fed, and what she has done, as congressman Alan Grayson questions her. Kudos to a Democrat for keeping on the subject of “what has the Fed done with the money?” Salon’s Glenn Greenwald interviewed him on this back [...]

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The Federal Reserve’s Punch Bowl and Those Who Drink From It

Wednesday, July 1, 2009 20:49 4 Comments

On NPR the other morning I heard the commentator describe the Federal Reserve Bank as an entity whose job it is to “take away the punch bowl just as the party gets going.” The punch bowl line is not a new one. The punch bowl, in fact, was allowed to remain on the table for [...]

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What Michele Bachmann Learned from the Ron Paul Revolution

Sunday, June 21, 2009 16:29 No Comments

I’ve liked her for a few months now, especially since she nailed Timothy Geithner to the wall while repeatedly asking him what in the Constitution gave the Treasury Department the authority to manage markets and the financial services industry. On that note, check out this story. Try to not laugh at the last paragraph. Outspoken [...]

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