Campaign: Legal & Policy Challenges

Force the "break up" of companies too large to fail

We were all sold snake oil recently with the so-called government financial bail-out. The main reason stated for this bail out was that some companies are just "too large to let fail". WELL, if that is true, then these companies MUST be broken up into smaller pieces.

 

Companies need to be limited in size and scope so that if they fail they will not "bring down the whole system".

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Nationalize the Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve is a private corporation owned by a consortium of private banks. The owners are the infamous "international bankers" who have controlled western money for many centuries and who financed all sides of every war since the middle ages. Federal Reserve Notes ar enot really money, they are notes, debt instruments. The notes are loaned to the Unuited States at full face value plus interest. The interest ...more »

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A Balanced Budget Ammendment

It seems clear after years of trying to tackle our ongoing deficit spending, that Congress has neither the will nor perhaps the desire to truly manage the people's money. While today is NOT the time balance the budget by increasing revenues and cutting services, it IS the time to plan for that day. Politically, the populace is nervous about the debt, the Republicans (disingenuously) rant about "liberal spending," and ...more »

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