Post Tagged with: "House Financial Services Committee"

November 18, 2010 05:04

Will fellow Republicans hamper Ron Paul’s look at the FED?

Mises Institute Chairman Lew Rockwell and Judge Napolitano discuss whether Rep. Ron Paul will be able to investigate the Fed as chair of the Monetary Subcommittee of the House Financial Services Committee.

May 17, 2010 09:58

Questions arise about White House ties to failed Chicago bank

The story about the bailout attempt of ShoreBank first began breaking last Thursday night. The FDIC was demanding that the bank have $125 million in investments by Friday, but discussions to bail out the bank, which has close ties to both senior members of the Obama Administration, as well as the Clinton family, went deep into the weekend as Chicago politicians scrambled to save the bank.

February 26, 2010 04:57

Why is Obama Administration Hiding $5 Trillion More Debt with Accounting Gimmicks That Would Make Enron ‘Blush,’?

“The accounting gimmicks that are used today would make an Enron and WorldCom accountant blush,” Hensarling told reporters. “The American people know that under the policies of this administration—under the policies of this Congress—we are drowning in a sea of red ink.”

February 25, 2010 16:48

Bernanke delivers warning on U.S. debt -Stage is set in U.S. for a Greek tragedy

With uncharacteristic bluntness, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke warned Congress on Wednesday that the United States could soon face a debt crisis like the one in Greece, and declared that the central bank will not help legislators by printing money to pay for the ballooning federal debt.