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GATA Chairman Bill Murphy interviewed by Dave Kranzler and Rory Hall
12:30p CT Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
Interviewed by Dave Krazler of Investment Research Dynamics and Rory Hall of The Daily Coin, GATA Chairman Bill Murphy discusses the intervention by governments against the gold price and the developments that may overcome it. The interview is 26 minutes long and can be heard at YouTube here:
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
Ron Paul Endorses the Only Congressional Candidate
Who Is Campaigning on Returning to the Gold Standard
Former U.S. representative, presidential candidate, and chairman of the House Subcommittee on Monetary Policy, fiat money's fiercest foe, Ron Paul, has endorsed Daria Novak, the Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in Connecticut's 2nd District.
Paul said: "Daria Novak will be a forceful advocate for limited, constitutional government, individual liberty, and sound money on Capitol Hill. I am pleased to endorse her candidacy.”
Novak also has been endorsed by former presidential candidate and gold standard proponent Steve Forbes and by the New York Sun, among other friends of sound money. Novak also been endorsed by gold standard and sound-money advocates George Gilder, Lawrence Kudlow, Jimmy Kemp (Jack's son), and Jeffrey Bell. Forbes called Novak a "prosperity heroine."
Contribute to Novak's campaign $500, $250, $100, $50, or whatever you can afford of the fiat money that is eroding in your checkbook. As the Sun wrote, "She vows to crusade" on the gold standard "as key to getting job creation, economic security, and upward mobility back at a sizzling rate."
To donate to Novak's campaign, please visit:
Novak will personally thank all contributors.
Give Daria your generous backing to put a voice for gold in Congress.
This message was authorized by Daria Novak for Congress.
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