President Trump has voiced support for a statist, anti-liberty, and clearly unconstitutional scheme.— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2019年8月7日
The TAPS Act (H.R. 838) destroys virtually half of the Bill of Rights.https://t.co/XV12nzM60c
Turkey Threatens Syria Invasion - US Troops In Crossfire? - today on the Liberty Report:https://t.co/cngC8jEdGP— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2019年8月7日
Blame Poisons Individuals & Nationshttps://t.co/DNfohMK1Du pic.twitter.com/8S1O7REd8o— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2019年8月7日
Obama's Syria Policy Failed— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2019年8月7日
Trump's Continuation Of Obama's Policy Also Failed
Watch the whole show here: https://t.co/cngC8jEdGP pic.twitter.com/sMWnkOuQR7
Support The Troops: Bring Them All Home & Get out of NATO— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2019年8月7日
Watch the whole show here: https://t.co/cngC8jEdGP pic.twitter.com/EKtOcu9ZLy
Cicero said: "The sinews of war? Infinite money."— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) August 7, 2019
Empires need "infinite money," or the ability to create money out-of-thin-air.
America was not intended to be an Empire. The U.S. Constitution does not grant the federal government power to create money out-of-thin-air.
This prohibition was to keep a lid on any attempts at Empire, and it worked...until 1913.— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) August 7, 2019
In 1913, Congress passed unconstitutional legislation that created a Federal Reserve, which is central bank monopoly that can create money out-of-thin-air for whatever government wants.
With its new "infinite money" creator, the "sinews of war" were put in place for the U.S. federal government and it has been at almost non-stop war ever since.— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) August 7, 2019
It has also become the biggest government in history.
Want to end the nightmare of endless war, and a government that reaches into every single aspect of life?— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) August 7, 2019
End The Fed. pic.twitter.com/ME7MEHM4Zc
https://t.co/gfUdpEe4qk pic.twitter.com/KJcO83TTa1— Ron Paul Institute (@RonPaulInstitut) August 7, 2019