Our nation’s credit rating has been under review for a while now. With the current and expected rate hikes by the Federal Reserve (the Federal Reserve is the federal agency that sets interest rates) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC), there is a lot of talk about the “fiscal cliff.
While we don’t have a great track record when it comes to fiscal cliff talk, there is no denying that there has been a lot of talk about it. We all know the Fed is going to raise interest rates by approximately 18% from today. There’s a lot of talk about who will be affected the most, the unemployed workers, students, or the elderly.
As you might imagine, with a federal agency like the Fed, there is a lot of chatter about where the Fed might be raising rates. One thing that has never been questioned is whether the Fed is going to raise rates to get the economy out of recession. The Fed has a very low correlation with the unemployment rate. This has been made obvious by the fact that Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke has not raised interest rates since July of 2009.
This is where the idea of a “recession” becomes a bit harder to understand. When the Fed raises interest rates, it is generally to make the economy more productive. We do know, however, that the Fed is not supposed to be raising rates in an attempt to stimulate the economy. The Fed is supposed to be raising rates only when the economy is in a recession.
The reason why this has happened: The Fed does not want to take out a single person, and then they have to go out of their way to make sure the people who have lost their jobs don’t get the job they really want.
In fact, most likely the Fed is just sitting on its hands with its hands folded and waiting for the economy to go out of its recession. It is not doing this to take on any individual person. It’s a way to save the economy, and that is what is so disturbing. The Fed is simply waiting for the economy to correct and then raising rates to make everyone more wealthy.
The Fed is simply waiting for the economy to correct and then raising rates to make everyone more wealthy. Its not just the Fed. The same thing is happening in the media as well.
In the same way that many Americans have forgotten why they are there, many in the news media have forgotten why they are there. It is possible that they have forgotten because they haven’t been asked. People who have been asked for their opinion are just as likely to forget as people who haven’t been asked, but that is not the same thing.
What exactly is the difference between a politician and a news reporter? In the first case, they are the ones who get to ask the people what they want and the people give them answers. In the second case, the people are the ones who get to think about how they want things to be. That is where a politician can be compared to a news reporter. A news reporter is there to report on the news, and the news is there to report on the news.
The problem with politics is that it’s all about the people. The media is the people who are supposed to represent the people, and the news is their means. But it’s easy to imagine how this works in television. A news reporter is there to report on what the people want, and the people want is the same thing as what the politicians want. Television is all about the people’s wants, and the people are the ones who decide what the news is going to be.