Restore Constitutional Money
According to the Constitution, Congress only has the power to “coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin,” and furthermore, “No state shall … coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts….” This means that it is unconstitutional for the Federal Reserve, a creation of Congress, to issue fiat money such as the Federal Reserve Note. Moreover, the only constitutional money is gold and silver coin. This Restore Constitutional Money action page provides resources for learning about the nature of money, then offers actions that can be taken to restore constitutional money.
- NEW 'Sound Money Bill in Congress Would Define Dollar as Unit of Gold' by Alex Newman, online article (2018)
- NEW Ron Paul: Testimony in Support of Arizona Honest Money Bill, HB2014 on March 8, 2017, 18-minute video
- NEW "Why Congress Must Vote to Audit the Fed" 4-minute online video (2017)
- "Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve" online video (2009)
- "End the Fed" by Ron Paul, book (2009)
- “Dollars and Sense” by John McManus, online video (2016)
- “What Is Constitutional Money?” by Edwin Vieira, online video (2011)
- “A Crisis of Dollars and Sense” by Edwin Vieira, online article (2008)
- “What Is Money” PDF by JBS (2009)
- “The Creature From Jekyll Island” by G. Edward Griffin, book (2010)
- Contact your congressmen in support of Audit the Fed bills, S. 16 (14 cosponsors in Senate) and H.R. 24 (86 cosponsors in House).