In 1933, with America five-years deep into The Depression, the stage was set for an act of unprecedented proportions.

Senator Paul sat down in the debut series of the Alpha Pages Interview to discuss the broken tax code, regulation surrounding Bitcoin, and his plans for the 2016 Presidential election.
The U.S. Congress is talking about allowing unfettered oil exports for the first time in almost four decades. Its timing couldn’t be worse.
Keystone XL pipeline backers came up one vote short in the Senate though vowed to try again in January when they expect to have enough support to send a bill to President Barack Obama.
U.S. stocks rose, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average to a record, as Republicans won their first Senate majority in eight years and data showed companies added more workers in October.
Stronger demand for goods and services is prompting companies to hold the line on firings and expand headcount. Continued progress in the labor market will be needed to boost aggregate income and drive consumer spending, which accounts for almost 70 percent of the economy.
Senator Rand Paul is an independent-minded thinker in the U.S. Senate, even challenging the conventional policy approaches of his own party on issues ranging from Iraq to drug sentencing. This month, Senator Paul sat down in the debut series of the Alpha Pages Interview to discuss the broken tax code, regulation surrounding Bitcoin, and his plans for the 2016 Presidential election.
The Alpha Pages Editor's Note
Gold fell from its biggest advance in four weeks amid tension in Ukraine and the Middle East.
“Short-lived, but potentially potent” heat will sweep most of the lower 48 states July 21 through July 25.