Transparency is good


It seems as though the revolution has already begun…somewhat.  I received an email from Campaign from Liberty, as I do everyday, and I was pleased to learn the following:

June 11, 2009

Dear Friend of Liberty,

We wanted to make sure you were the first to know that your hard work and dedication has resulted in Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill, HR 1207, gaining the support of a majority of the House of Representatives!

Just moments ago, Dr. Paul’s congressional office issued a press release announcing that HR 1207 had received its 218th cosponsor, and that the list has now grown to 222!

Read their press release here.

Since our last update put the number at 207 on Tuesday, here is the list of representatives that have signed on:

-Rep. David Loebsack
Rep. Gary Miller
Rep. Frank Wolf
Rep. Corrine Brown
-Rep. Jackie Speier
Rep. Bruce Braley
-Rep. Donna Edwards
-Rep. Bobby Bright
-Rep. Anh “Joseph” Cao
-Rep. Jared Polis
Rep. Dennis Kucinich
-Rep. Howard “Buck” McKeon
Rep. Howard Coble
Rep. Jean Schmidt
Rep. Heath Shuler

This is an incredible victory for the freedom movement, but our work to Audit the Fed is only just beginning! Now we must concentrate on seeing the bill through the committee process and getting it to the House floor for a vote.

With your continued support, we will do just that. Together, we will restore transparency to our nation’s monetary system.

Thank you for all you do for the cause of liberty!

In Liberty,

John Tate


This makes me very happy.  So hopefully now it wont die in committee or get changed and adjusted to where it wont actually produce any good.  I believe the country is somewhat starting to see the fallacy that is the Federal Reserve and hopefully this bill will force the nation to rise up and rebel against them.  End – the -Fed!  End – the – Fed!  End – the – Fed!…

current music:  Country Joe McDonald – Feel Like I’m Fixin’ to Die (Woodstock 1969)

PS I wish I could have been at Woodstock!


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