By Andy Duncan Economics8 November 10 Ron Paul: Inflation is Taxation without Representation Congressman Ron Paul celebrates the birth of The Creature from Jekyll Island by running through its accomplishments on CNBC. The Congressman also spares some time for an interesting appraisement of Paul Krugman, which starts at around six minutes on the clock: TagsFederal ReserveInsightRon Paul Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + LinkedIn Email Previous articleA third way: instant access by exception Next articleBernanke spurned: Gold hits $1400 dollars You may also like Capitalism and How Expectations Coordinate Markets Jeffrey P. Snider: Good or Bad, But Surely Not Transitory Are inflationary expectations the heart of inflation? 4 Comments Pingback: Ron Paul: Inflation is Taxation without Representation » The … | Taxation Without Representation John says: 8 November 10 at 23:01 Ron Paul, great man. Thanks for the video! Andy Duncan says: 9 November 10 at 21:48 He is great, indeed. Now that he’s the ranking member on the overseeing congressional committee, I’m sure he’s also going to have some fun with Chairman Ben. If only the Republicans could see the sense of having him as their next Presidential candidate, and assuming he is up to it physically, what a difference that would make to America and the world. He would wipe the floor with Obama and that ‘hopey changey thing’. Won’t happen, of course. But you never know. Pingback: The World Bank world gold standard? No thanks! » The Cobden Centre Comments are closed.