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END the FED Rallies Pre-Event Show with RMTV and CLC Tonight!

The Constitutional Liberty Coalition Presents…
The November 22nd, 2009 – End the Fed Rallies Across America this weekend

Pre-Event Show
Live on air Thursday Nov 19th, 7-9pm EST (6-8pm CST) on RepublicMedia.TV

Join Sam Ettaro and E Wayne Johnson bringing you the Constitutional Liberty Coalition Grassroots Live and in Action with Shelli Dawdy and Sandra Crosnoe. Their guests this week will be Charles Burris, Bobby Kessler and Ryan Underwood talking about END the FED movement past and present and future – getting ready for grassroots rallies all over the country on November 22nd.

Our weekly online interactive series continues with live video and audio conferencing, and simulcast audio and video, and online chat.

If you would like to join us in the video conference room, please email to

Click Here For More Details on the Constitutional Liberty Coalition Broadcast Page on RMTV

End the Fed Rallies and Links (with details on over 38 cities and event locations)

If you are looking for a specific show in archives – we will have links for you soon.  For now you can see whatever is playing live or rebroadcast on the link above.

You can also find our section on RMTV with the button on the right CLC Grassroots in Action with RepublicMedia.TV.  The CLC button takes you to our page there and the RMTV banner takes you to the home page on Republic Media TV.

Hope you will join us live and with questions for our guests on air.  Of course if you have a scheduling conflict – the archives will be available on demand.


Audit Then End the Fed Where Things Stand HR 1207 News

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Click the image to check for list of sponsors

H.R. 1207 is currently in the House Financial Services committee, with a hearing having been held on September 25.

No report has been issued regarding this bill on the committee’s website. The list of reports can be viewed HERE.

There is no further action noted on the current schedule, which can be seen HERE.

A fairly exhaustive search of a number of sources, including some listed here seems to reveal that H.R. 1207 is in that misty limbo land of “in committee”.

That is not a bad thing, to be sure. Frustrating? Yes.

WHEN will H.R. 1207 go to the House floor for a vote? Maybe the bill will need 400 sponsors.

It seems to me, when over half of a legislative body is listed as sponsoring a bill, that bill deserves a vote. It should trouble every American, regardless even of their knowledge on a particular piece of legislation, why that bill would not make more visible progress with such a high number of sponsors.

In any case, I’ve compiled some information on the bill, the Fed, and suggested action by H.R. 1207′s original sponsor, Rep. Ron Paul.

Govtrack.us lists 297 co-sponsors as of yesterday, October 2.

The Business Wire site reports 299 as of today, through a Campaign for Liberty report.

The New American gave a report from the September 25 Committee Hearing

And HERE is a transcript of Thomas E. Woods’ prepared testimony for that hearing. Woods is member of the Ludwig Von Mises Institute.

Minnesota Daily:

Ron Paul vs. The Federal Reserve

Article in the Washington Post on September 27:

As Suprime Lending Cris Unfolded, Watchdog Fed Didn’t Bother Barking

Federal Reserve Appeals Court Order To Disclose Loans Bloomberg, Sept. 30.

Click to see list of Congressman Sponsoring & Action Suggested
Click to see list of Congressman Sponsoring & Action Suggested

Rep. Ron Paul’s website seems to be updated regularly with the list of sponsors and also recommends a plan of action. Paul’s site lists the number of sponsors at 295, so will likely have the additional four names on Monday. The suggested actions seem well worth following.

When Dr. Paul was interviewed in early August for the documentary A New America, he was asked his opinion on the likelihood of H.R. 1207′s passage and its chances for accomplishing his goal of ultimately abolishing the Federal Reserve. He noted that it will ultimately depend upon the American people and whether or not members of Congress will manage to slip any provisions in the bill that will only resulting in continuing to shield the Fed’s activities from scrutiny.

The moral of the story here is that whether or not the effort to full examine the Fed and ultimately rid America of this entity rests on all our shoulders, and unfortunately, the character and resolve of those we have elected to office.