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An Iowa Christian conservative leader who bestowed his highly sought-after endorsement on presidential candidate Rick Santorum this week is now at the center of a controversy over whether he asked for cash in exchange for his public support.
“Clearly the endorsement was for sale — without a doubt,” one source said.
Here's a powerful new campaign ad from the Ron Paul 2012 campaign.
Jerry is joined by Agora Financial’s chief economist, Michael Pento. Michael is a fellow Austrian economist and will share his take on the global economic crisis and what lies ahead. In addition, he explains the best way to play these tumultuous markets despite the continuing crisis in the Eurozone.
Now, as a student of Austrian economics and as a firm believer in the free markets, I am not opposed at all to leveraging one’s talents and abilities to increase wealth. However, doesn’t it seem that our modern day “public servants” may be getting the better end of the deal? After all, they are sent to Washington with a mandate to promote the will of the people. However, America’s politicians often end up serving the wishes of their corporate masters as well as other special interest groups.
90% of what we see and hear in the way of news and entertainment through the printed word, television, and radio is owned by only five multinational corporations.
Ron Paul’s Presidential Campaign has just released a brand new web ad exposing the serial hypocrisy of corrupt former Speaker, Newt Gingrich entitled: Selling Access.
Here’s an interesting video showing Fox News personality, Bill O’Reilly, leaving a fundraiser for Presidential candidate, Newt Gingrich. When approached by a citizen journalist, Branden Lane, O’Reilly hits the cameraman with his umbrella and then asks a nearby policeman for help.
Jerry is joined by global financial expert, Jim Rickards. Jim is the author of a provocative new book entitled, Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis.
It is no secret that the cost of a college education continues to soar. But, by planning ahead you can determine which of several creative methods will work best for you. Some people will choose the 529 College Savings Plans that are available while others will choose using a cash value life insurance policy to help pay for these cost.
This week on FTMWeekly Radio, economist and best-selling author Jerry Robinson interviews Jim Rickards, counselor, investment banker, risk manager with over 30 years experience in capital markets, lecturer at Northwest University, at the School of Advanced International Studies, and author of a new national best-seller, “Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis”.
Rickards tells Jerry that he wrote this book in a way that doesn’t require a Phd.D or an economics background and hopes that everyone will read it. He said that he is trying to explain to people what is going on with the international monetary system and that there is a lot more risk than people realize. Here’s an excerpt to whet your appetite:
Congressman and Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul defended his support for Israel in an interview yesterday with Newsmax. We recently reported that The Republican Jewish Coalition did not invite Paul to the presidential-candidates forum the organization hosted yesterday.
Here's an interesting exchange between Bob Schieffer from CBS News and Rep. Ron Paul. Despite Schieffer's best attempts to distort Paul's views, Paul courageously defends himself. The media bias against Ron Paul is obvious.
Although Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) is the GOP candidate currently polling around third in New Hampshire and second in Iowa, he has not been invited to a presidential-candidates forum hosted by the Republican Jewish Coalition on Wednesday, December 7th.
Jerry is joined by Gerald Celente for a discussion on his recent financial losses in gold futures with the bankrupt MF Global. Additionally, Gerald and I will discuss current events as well as what to expect in the days ahead.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange just published hundreds of files detailing a global industry that gives governments tools to spy on their citizens.