Ron Paul Speaks on Government Coercion and Failure

In the following video, Ron Paul lays out the conditions upon which Washington has usurped the American dream. Deficit spending, inflationary threats, the Federal Reserve, and wealth redistribution through the primary hub of government bureaucracy are all points of contention needing more open debate and general awareness among the people.  Mr. Paul discusses these with welcomed candor.

In addition, Paul speaks on the Washington’s newest threats to liberty and privacy, passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), and most recently, the deployment of drones over American airspace.  It is a proven fact that as any government grows in size and influence, the people’s basic rights diminish at an equal rate.  Just taking a look at recent legislation from the Patriot Act to Obamacare to the NDAA paints a frightful picture of a Washington elite increasingly relying on coercion at a time when their policies are loosing popularity.

Take a look at the video and please feel free to pass it along to all you know.

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About Jeremiah Dow
I have a B.S. in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics with a minor in Economics. I finished school in 2010 and am currently working on independent research in various areas including political and economic philosophy, government, and history. I am also currently looking for work in research, particularly the social sciences dealing with public policy work. I aspire to a top-level graduate institution, but would first prefer some professional research experience. Some of my primary influences are Ayn Rand, Noam Chomsky, and Howard Zinn among others.

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