I submitted the letter below to Governor Hickenlooper’s office on May 26 @ 9 am.
If you stand for the US Constitution, I urge you to stand for the people and ban the TSA statewide for its blatant violation of the 4th amendment. This is America. We do not violate the people’s rights. We stand up for and protect them.
Do you stand with the people and the constitution, Mr. Hickenlooper? Isn’t that what public officials swear to, or is it simply theater with a little business thrown in?
Dear Federal Reserve System: I am actively tracking, logging and publishing daily visits from San Francisco, Denver, Kansas City, Dallas, New York, etc. I am not the threat. I am not robbing the American people at the supermarket or gas pump. I am not destroying the purchasing power of their currency. The Federal Reserve has failed to serve the people since 1913. The American people are tired of being misled and lied to. Eventually, the Federal Reserve will self-destruct at the heavy hand of Ben Bernanke’s policies. Any hope for containing the damage caused by the Federal Reserve is beyond its control.
Demand accountability NOW at the Federal Reserve! Call 202-452-3000.
Lately, the Federal Reserve has been an active reader of my blog, tweets and other content online. They’ve been visiting for years, but since April Fool’s Day 2011, I’ve logged more than 40 hours of visits from their facilities in Washington (“Headquarters”), New York, Boston, Denver, Philadelphia, Kansas City and Chicago. They even visit from home. What’s their interest, you ask? I’m not sure, but they’re definitely keeping tabs on my Fed activism.
So, in my tradition of Fed transparency, I present the latest visitor log from the Federal Reserve System. I haven’t witnessed this much interest in three years.
Stop the Fed’s destructive monetary policy on the US Dollar. Support competing currencies in America under HR4248. Call 202-452-3000. Ask for Ben Bernanke’s office or public affairs. Tell them he’s fired. Demand accountability now! Time is running out for the Federal Reserve and the US Dollar. Both will self-destruct thanks to quantitative easing, the Fed’s $3 trillion balance sheet, and the many liabilities the Fed has no control over.
Denver, Colorado-based OneReach has developed a unique Communications-as-a-Service platform for individuals and businesses. Watch Rob Weborg (CEO) and Heath Phillips (VP, Marketing) discuss their new venture.
Denver, the Mile High city, is now home to two Apple iPad 2 billboards. Spotted on April 2 in the Performing Arts District, these billboards are prominently featured in a high-trafficked area for potential buyers. Video below.
The Internet is a beautiful platform. Everyday, millions of people around the world rely on it for communication, shopping, dating, business and more. In 2001, I leveraged the power of the Internet to organize a major revolt against XO Communications in response to a secret buyout deal. XOShareholders.com was launched to represent 24 million shares in a global fight against a corporate raider, Forstmann Little.
This brief video explains the what, when, where and how. It’s a forgotten story that deserves repeating.
Update: Dallas Federal Reserve President: “Fed at tipping point” (Unfortunately, the Fed has already crossed the point of no return)
Update: Since my April Fool’s sit-in, numerous visits by Federal Reserve members in Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, Kansas City and Washington have been logged (from home and work) — See log of their visits
Update:Read my correspondence with late Bloomberg reporter Mark Pittman re: their landmark lawsuit against the Federal Reserve
On April Fool’s Day 2011 at approximately 9:45 AM Mountain, I entered the lobby of the Denver Federal Reserve Branch to ask important questions about Fed policy and its recent disclosure of 29,000 documents. After 10 minutes of a passionate (but peaceful) sit-in, Denver Fed branch security officers forced me outside. I will visit again soon.
Denver Federal Reserve's Stacee Montague
Please listen to the audio. The female voice is Denver Fed’s Stacee Montague (pictured at left). Share it with a friend. Now is the time to demand accountability from the Federal Reserve and our politicians. Current events demand our action in America and around the world.