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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Giovanni Capriglione
Texas Gov. Rick Perry told Glenn Beck on his radio show last week that he wants the state's $1 billion in gold reserves back from the Federal Reserve.
Mr. Capriglione told the Texas Tribune that the measure is "not about putting Texas on its own gold standard, [but instead will] give the state a reputation as being more financially secure in the event of a national or international financial crisis."