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Day of Reckoning Approaches: The Math Is Finally Catching Up To Big Government

Ron Paul Liberty Report, Released on 12/28/18

It’s been reported that (just) the interest payments on the U.S. government’s debt will be larger than Medicaid in less than 2 years, and larger than the military budget in 6 years. The math is finally catching up with the big government. Supply & Demand is finally catching up to The Federal Reserve. Change is coming, and believers in omnipotent government are in for a big surprise. Ron Paul discusses on today’s Liberty Report.

Dr. Ron Paul is a physician and former twelve-term congressman from Texas who ran for president in 2008. He is the author of eight books, including the New York Times bestsellers The Revolution: A Manifesto and End The Fed. An unwavering defender of the US Constitution, Paul has been an advocate of sound money, personal liberty, free markets, and international peace throughout his political career and beyond. He is chairman of the FREE Foundation, founder of the Campaign for Liberty, and distinguished counselor to the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Dr. Paul recently started the Ron Paul Channel, an online broadcast alternative to the mainstream media. Ron’s most recent novel is Swords into Plowshares.

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One Response to Day of Reckoning Approaches: The Math Is Finally Catching Up To Big Government

  1. shelly Reply

    12/29/2018 at 3:22 am

    Though I agree with making government smaller and getting rid of the ridiculous spending by congress … wasting millions of dollars on research such as,for example, how a certain bird reacts to a particular drug or how fast a butterfly’s wings beat, etc., etc., etc., it is incorrect for Chris to say that President Trump is irresponsibly spending. When he took on this presidency, Obama had let our military in his 8 years in office become dangerously in need of updating, while he had our military become murderously involved in Libya, Syria … President Trump could not accomplish anything in a monetary vacuum — he needed/needs to spend to create. The first job of the executive branch is to secure our country and its citizens.
    What you failed to mention is that ever since President Trump took office, he has been working 24/7 to bring in monies from wasteful same purpose agencies/projects, from countries that have not paid their fair share in the United Nations & under other agreements, putting a stop to aide to other countries that seemed illogical to give. He’s negotiated better trade deals for the country and its farmers, and he has enticed corporations/industry to return to our country for having manufacturing in our country, this president understands, is very important to the actual security of our country (so obviously the steel industry). Please do not even try to say that $5 billion is wasteful spending for a wall to secure our southern border … especially with people like Soros funding organizations to create mass caravans to head there. Congress allowed $8 billion to be spent by Obama on his Solindra (sp)solar company that soon thereafter went bankrupt, yet you question spending $5 billion for our security? I strongly believe in solar energy, but developed honestly and with thrift. Note: It has now, by the way, been exposed that those same Solindra (sp) people have hidden away millions of dollars in gold on various plantations owned by them in Thailand.
    Just get rid of the corruption in government and the wasteful spending. Our elected president is working strategically and wisely for the betterment of our country.

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