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Monday, April 12, 2021

Ron Paul finds support for Fed audit…!

Since there was no way to comment on this “read more” article on the front page of CHB I thought I’d post a Wiki link explaining the purpose of this legislation which seemingly is beginning to get a groundswell of support. : )

People have to realize that our national banker; ie., Federal Reserve has not had a true audit since 1913, but simply “whitewash” feelgood audits that always make things seem all too good to be true.

It’s time to shine a mighty spotlight on this cabal of international banking rats! : |

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Ron Paul finds support for Fed audit

Libertarian Texas Congressman Ron Paul is finding rare support for his push to shine the spotlight on the Federal Reserve.

"He’s finally found the right moment," Sarah Binder of the liberal Brookings Institution told Reuters.

"His bill happens to be in the right place at the right time," adds Paul spokesman Rachel Mills.

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Congressional dissent grows over Afghan war

The increasingly violent and unpopular war in Afghanistan, which many now compare to U.S. mistakes in Vietnam, is drawing growing opposition in Congress.

The political divide could derail Obama administration plans to send more troops into the troubled conflict.

Senate Democrats Friday said any attempt by Obama to send more troops into harm’s war in Afghanistan will hit resistance from his own party. The word to the White House came as U.S. troops blew up tanker trucks hijacked by the Taliban, leaving 70 dead, including Afghan civilians.

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Federal court cites Ashcroft for rights abuses

In what could be a landmark case involving members of the George W. Bush administration and abuses of constitutional rights after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a federal appeals court ruled Friday that former Attorney General John Ashcroft (left) can be sued by those who say they were wrongfully detailed in the days, weeks and months following the attacks.

The court ruling called the government’s actions "repugnant to the Constitution."

"We find this to be repugnant to the Constitution and a painful reminder of some of the most ignominious chapters of our national history," wrote Judge Milan D. Smith Jr.

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Fox Network says ‘nada’ to President’s speech

Fox News Network will not broadcast President Barack Obama’s speech to a joint session of Congress next Wednesday night.

It’s not the first time the network, owned by right-wing news magnate Rupert Murdoch, has opted for reality shows instead of a nationally-televised appearance of the nation’s first African-American president.

Odds are, it won’t be the last. Fox will air the speech on its "news" channel and business network.

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White House opens up visitor logs

President Obama has pledged that his administration will be "the most open and transparent administration in history." That remains to be seen but he took another significant step in that direction by agreeing to start releasing the names of visitors to the White House and incidentally settling four freedom-of-information lawsuits in the process.

Earlier, he had rescinded Bush administration restrictions on access to presidential archives, released the interrogation memos and ordered federal agencies to err on the side of openness in considering requests for information.

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