Federal Reserve: Destroyer of “Breadwinner Jobs”

Federal Reserve: Destroyer of “Breadwinner Jobs”

Although I stated just over a week ago that I was going to put Solidus.Center on the back burner and focus on my new landscaping venture, I came across an excellent article regarding the U.S. employment situation during the Fed’s 15+ year bubble/burst economic paradigm that compelled me to write. The article, by former Reagan budget director David Stockman, one of the most vocal critics of the Federal Reserve, reflects my recent “parting thought” regarding the Fed, but from the perspective of those hurt most …

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How to Cure America’s Ailing Monetary System

How to Cure America’s Ailing Monetary System

Some organizations–including this one–have devoted tremendous amounts of time and energy to exposing corruption within our nation’s monetary system, demonstrating how that corruption adversely affects the financial health of average Americans. While we believe that it’s important to try to wake up the American public by screaming from the rooftops about our country’s monetary problems, we believe that it’s equally important to communicate to the common man what a cure for our monetary ills would look like:

Neutering the Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve is, of course, …

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Greenspan’s Insulting Admission of Fed Culpability

Greenspan’s Insulting Admission of Fed Culpability

As if to thumb his nose at the millions of Americans who have undergone long-term financial distress since the late 1990s due to the interventionist monetary policies he implemented, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, the original engineer of the Fed’s bubble/burst economic paradigm, indirectly admitted to CNBC’s Kelly Evans that the Fed has created unsustainable asset bubbles that could burst when it allows interest rates to rise.

Greenspan defended the Fed’s promotion of these bubbles, though, stating though a smile, “It’s good, not bad”:

Greenspan noted …

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