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Enough Keynesianism. Time for Tax Reform | RealClearPolicy

Via realclearpolicy.com » Submitted On Wed, 02/27/2013 - 3:20pm by Kristina Ribali

Issue: Tax Reform

(Photo via the Treasury Flickr feed) Policymakers in Washington have adopted a fundamentally Keynesian response to the Great Recession, but not all economists agree with the administration's strategies for economic growth. In fact, many economists are more interested in addressing long-term economic problems that confound entrepreneurs and make business investment challenging.

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US easing spurs inflation fears Updated: 2013-02-28 02:04 By Chen Jia in Beijing and Zhang Yuwei in New York (China Daily)

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@Washington76 - I agree wholeheartedly that the nation would benefit from breaking up the "two party cartel", as you said. Unfortunately, that process takes roughly 20 years to occur.

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Jan. 17 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu displays how inflation has increased in the 100 years since the creation of the Federal Reserve. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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The only problem is the Political class establishment two party cartel! We need to break it up, and its grip for good and for freedom. Until then we will continue loosing freedom and purchasing power thanks to the countfeitrs at the Federal Reserve.

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