I saw this on the Lew Rockwell blog and had to repost it. It’s pretty interesting, there are old clips of Peter Schiff talking about the economy on TV with other economists. They all make fun of Schiff for his views but he was the only one that turned out to be correct in the predictions he was making — a lot like Ron Paul vs. the status quo Republicans.
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Here is Glenn Beck on October 13, 2008 with economist Peter Schiff.
Beck seems to finally be coming completely around to what many of us have known for quite a while. Along with making comparisons between where the U.S. is headed and the Weimar Republic, they also discuss (briefly) the likelihood of a conspiracy for an eventual global currency and the possibility of martial law in the the streets of America:
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The revised bailout has a few good things in it, along with more bad things — and it’s loaded with “pork”. When it’s all said and done and the bailout is passed, there will still be a recession and maybe a depression.
Ron Paul gives a good overview of the real financial problems in the U.S. and the mistakes that are the bailouts in this interview on CNN with Wolf Blitzer.
“The bailout of Wall Street is sticking it to Main Street”:
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Ron Paul appeared on Fox News yesterday to discuss the bailouts and their potentially disastrous implications:
Ron Paul goes into even greater detail in a statement he released on the bailouts and economy in another excellent clip that can be found here.
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The IRS is now monitoring all of your credit card transactions.
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Ron Paul was on CNBC yesterday discussing the inflation tax, the weak dollar, and his meeting with Ben Bernake:
Here is the full excerpt from the above referenced House Financial Services Committee meeting where Paul once again tried to set Bernake straight:
Ron Paul was really making the rounds yesterday. Funny how people are having to admit he’s been right all along now that it’s becoming undeniably obvious. Even Glenn Beck is treating him with more respect these days (if only Glenn could get the whole war on terror/foreign policy thing figured out he’d be an OK guy!). Here is the clip of Paul on Beck’s show:
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