Dec. 19th, 2010
When the 112th Congress convenes next month, Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) will become the chairman of the Financial Services Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and will have Congressional oversight of the Federal Reserve.
On C‑SPAN's Newsmakers, he shares his concerns regarding the agency's monetary policies. In the past, the representative has been very vocal in his criticism of the way the Fed is handled and has gone so far as to propose that it be eliminated in his latest book, "End the Fed."
Rep. Paul also explain his agenda concerning financial issues and how they harmonize with the incoming Republican-majority's overall agenda, as well as efforts to stimulate the sagging U.S. economy.