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Join us the first week of every month as we call our Federal legislators asking them to co-sponsor and support H.R. 459 [full text] and S. 202 [full text],the legislation that will give the American people a full audit of the Federal Reserve system. Please pledge to participate in the Audit the Fed Phone Bomb by entering your email address below. You will receive a reminder email when the next phone bomb takes place.
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Here is the list of congresspersons and Senators who have NOT yet signed on as co-sponsors for legislation requiring a full audit of the Federal Reserve.
Ohio Congressional HIT List for HR 459
Ohio Senator HIT List for S 202
The History of Money - Part 1
All Citizens Should Boycott all these companies, their products, and services, until action is taken against the FED. Class C - appointed by Board of Governors to represent the public:
Alfred M. Rankin, Jr. - Chairman President and CEO NACCO Industries, Inc.
Richard K. Smucker - Deputy Chairman Executive Chairman and Co-CEO
The J.M. Smucker Company
Roy W. Haley - Chairman and CEO
WESCO International, Inc.
Class B - elected by member banks to represent the public:
Les C. Vinney - Senior Advisor and Immediate Past President and CEO
Tilmon F. (Tim) Brown - President and Chief Executive Officer
New Horizons Baking Company
Susan Tomasky - President
Class A - elected by member banks to represent member banks:
James E. Rohr - Chairman and CEO
The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.
Charlotte W. Martin - President and CEO
Great Lakes Bankers Bank
C. Daniel DeLawder - Chairman and CEO
Park National Bank
Cleveland FED, Cincinnati Board of Directors:
James M. Anderson - Chairman Immediate Past President and CEO
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Donald E. Bloomer - President and CEO
Citizens National Bank
Daniel B. Cunningham - President and CEO
Long-Stanton Manufacturing Cos.
Gregory B. Kenny - President and CEO
General Cable Corporation
Highland Heights, KY
Paul R. Poston - Director, Great Lakes District
Janet B. Reid, Ph.D. - Principal Partner
Global Lead Management Consulting
Peter S. Strange - Chairman and CEO
Messer Construction Company
Cleveland FED, Pittsburgh Board of Directors
Sunil T. Wadhwani, - Chairman Co-Chairman
Todd D. Brice - Chief Executive Officer
S&T Bancorp, Inc.
Howard W. Hanna, III - Chairman and CEO
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services
Glenn R. Mahone - Partner,
Reed Smith LLP
Petra Mitchell - President
Robert A. Paul - Chairman and CEO
Margaret Irvine Weir - President
The Solari Tapeworm 20 of the Federal Reserve System -
Boycott these Banks!
Following is Solari's list of the 20 Best Banks to flush from our lives in the US.
In 2004 alone these 20 banks reaped $89 billion in net income, while in the same year US households ran a deficit of $342 billion.
Think what could happen if we turned the tables?
1. Bank of America
2. Bank of New York
7. Credit Suisse
8. Deutsche Bank
10. JP Morgan Chase
12. Merrill Lynch
14. Royal Bank of Canada
15. State Street
20. Wells Fargo
TOTAL NET INCOME $89 Billion
End The FED November 22nd 2008
End The FED March on Cleveland FED Novemeber 22nd 2009 JIM TRAFICANT Speakes to ETF Cleveland 11-22-2009 VISIT THIS INFORMATIVE ABOLISH THE FED SITE...CHECK IT OUT! http://www.abolishthefederalreserve.org/
From President Jackson’s farewell address:
It is well known that there have always been those amongst us who wish to enlarge the powers of the General Government, and experience would seem to indicate that there is a tendency on the part of this Government to overstep the boundaries marked out for it by the Constitution. …There is, perhaps, no one of the powers conferred on the Federal Government so liable to abuse as the taxing power. …Congress has no right under the Constitution to take money from the people unless it is required to execute some one of the specific powers intrusted to the Government; and if they raise more than is necessary for such purposes, it is an abuse of the power of taxation, and unjust and oppressive. …Plain as these principles appear to be, you will yet find there is a constant effort to induce the General Government to go beyond the limits of its taxing power and to impose unnecessary burdens upon the people. …There is but one safe rule, and that is to confine the General Government rigidly within the sphere of its appropriate duties. It has no power to raise a revenue or impose taxes except for the purposes enumerated in the Constitution, and if its income is found to exceed these wants it should be forthwith reduced and the burden of the people so far lightened.
"As nightfall does not come at once, neither does oppression. In both instances, there's a twilight where everything remains seemingly unchanged, and it is in such twilight that we must be aware of change in the air, however slight, lest we become unwitting victims of the darkness. " - William O. Douglas