Don’t Blame The Fed… Here’s How to Fix the U.S. Dollar



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  1. cerrone says:

    “the second step to take, in my opinion, is to create job growth and increase productivity by fostering innovation through government policy and funding.”

    or, perhaps we could lower the corporate tax rate. might be a better route in almost every regard.

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  2. Attila says:

    Yet another elitist who thinks subsidies and political insiders can make better decisions than the free market. Sure, they sometimes work, in the same way that a stopped clock is right twice a day. But mostly they benefit the politically connected and penalize the general public, corrupting the entire system. If governments are not restrained to specific and minimal powers (as in a Constitution that the voters demand be honored), the result is always an out of control tyranny.

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