In your description of the Q&A after your speech at the Fed you said (after giving several examples):
After pondering this for a bit, I came to the conclusion that this is actually very favorable for the Austrian School of Economics and the future of The Ron Paul Movement.
Let me draw an analogy, imagine the New York Knicks have a game against the 76ers. Prior to the game, the Knicks refuse to watch any tape on the Sixers. They don't want to know anything about them. Even as the Sixers take their warm-up shots before the game, the Knicks turn their backs and shut their eyes.
Meanwhile, the Sixers know the strengths & weaknesses of every Knick on that court. They watch tape, know what they're up against, and are prepared for every game.
It's easy to see who has the advantage here.
This is the equivalent to the situation that these Fed economists (and their cheerleading media) have put themselves in. If their knowledge of the Austrian School is "close to non-existent," then they are closing their eyes to their competition.
Meanwhile the competition's ideas are spreading like wildfire. Thanks to Ron Paul it has reached many millions of people!
At the same time, Austrian School economists like yourself, Lew Rockwell, Mises.org, Tom Woods,Robert Murphy, Gary North, not only know Keynesianism inside & out, but also refute the arguments in public on a continuing basis. Austrians are also not afraid of their readers knowing exactly what the Keynesians are saying and doing. They constantly link to Keynesian websites & news stories.
The opposition doesn't dare do the same. Like you mentioned yesterday, the media is hush-hush about your speech, yet it's on fire online.
Since as Von Mises pointed out (in the long-run) the world is run by ideas, this situation is to the great advantage of the Austrian School of Economics