The emperor has no clothes. Now that the President has been exposed by the likes of concerned patriots like Edward Snowden, he is running around trying to rescue his legacy and save face to the staunch leftists who once supported him. Make no mistake: these recent new proposals are in response to U.S. tech companies, such as Cisco and Google, possibly losing billions in future sales to foreign firms rather than concern for the individual citizen.
About: Jason Scheurer
Jason Scheurer is a Financial Advisor, former US Senate Candidate, Eagle Scout, radio talk show host and columnist.
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The United States gave birth to an abomination on December 23, 1913. It was conceived by a group of men right out of Rosemary’s Baby and consummated in a secret gathering place known as Jekyll Island. Some of the richest and most powerful men in America would go on to be its Godfathers. They nurtured this demon spawn and played wet nurse as it was sold to the public as the new panacea that would free us from the evils of the business cycle. The abomination they created is none other than the Federal Reserve.
Now you can understand what concerns me from the big picture standpoint. The theatrics playing out on TV right now are all show. America’s debt has morphed from a political problem into an inescapable math problem. Large debts take on a life of their own, much like an unattended fire at a campsite. If you don’t pay attention, you’ll soon end up burning down the forest. What’s even more disturbing is that most of Europe and Japan are in even worse financial shape. This is what happens with most governments throughout history.
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