"Ben Bernake fancies himself as a student of the Great Depression," says renowned investment broker, global strategist, author, and Austrian economist Peter Schiff, "but... if he were my student he would have gotten an F."
"During a lecture entitled "The Fed Unspun: The Other Side of the Story", Schiff responded to Bernake's recent four-part college lecture series, rebutting many of the Federal Reserve Chairman's claims about the cause of the housing crisis, the role of the Federal Reserve, the value of the gold standard, and more.
"Cosponsored by the FreedomWorks Foundation and hosted at Reason Foundation's DC office on March 29, 2012, the lecture was followed by a lively Q&A with the assembled audience, including students who attended Bernanke's George Washington University lectures.
"Shot by Meredith Bragg and Jim Epstein. Edited by Swain. Additional help from Anthony Fisher.
"Approximately 1 hour and 26 minutes long.
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i think that gun control will have nothing to do with crime control.because its like you make something illegal people will still go and do it it will never stop the violance guns dont kill people people kill people just give guns to people who can properly handle a gun .
A high-profile former sheriff who once sued the U.S. government over its gun regulations – and won – says it’s the local sheriff who will have to defend Americans when and if the feds start banning and confiscating guns.
i think that if our gov does have a gun control law. they should not punnish us for being good when it comes to owning a gun. i think that they should check the backround for the person owning the gun.and if someone does end up killing another person the person who gun is regestered under should have as much to do with the killing as the person who really did kill the person.
Sen. Tom Coburn (R., Okla.) is quietly circulating his own proposal for expanding gun-sale background checks, a sign that the conservative lawmaker may be trying to build support outside of long-running bipartisan negotiations on the issue.